Sermons by “Pastor Adam Soderberg”

EVOO

God can take a common, everyday object (like you and me) and use it to work miraculous things. However, we cannot be passive. Couch potatoes and pew sitters experience few miracles.

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Pray Like This

“When you pray…” implies that we all pray. Who would pass up an opportunity to speak with God? He wants to hear from His children. Talk to Him. Do not ask others to speak for you.

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A Thrill of Hope

Joy to the world. The Lord is come. Let earth receive her peace. Let every heart prepare Him room.

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Come and Behold Him

Three things will last forever – faith, hope, and love – and the greatest of these is love. God loved the world so much that He gave His one and only Son.

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Every Heart Prepare Him Room

You worked too hard. You ate too much. The cheesecake made you greedy! Let your aching head and stomach hear this message from ol’ Speedy! Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh, what a relief it is!

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All is Calm, All is Bright

The Lord promises Abraham a son, but his wife Sarah is barren and he is now 75 years old. Is this even possible? What would you say to your dad if he told you (at 75) he was going to be a father again?

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Songs of Faith IV: Blest Be the Tie That Binds

John Fawcett and his wife Mary began their ministry at an impoverished Baptist church. Poorly compensated, they had an opportunity to leave but did not. Instead, they chose to carry on for fifty-four years. It is not about what you have. It is about Who you know.

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Sermon Series: Songs of Faith ~ Take My Life and Let It Be

Frances Ridley Havergal wrote this hymn. She said it was a “consecration hymn” in which the singer commits all of her possessions and being to the Lord for His purposes. It expresses what each of us ought to feel and long for, even if at times we do not. At such times, Frances said, we should sing it in hope and faith.

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Sermon Series: Songs of Faith ~ It Is Well With My Soul

This hymn was written by Horatio Spafford. He suffered great financial loss in the 1871 Great Chicago Fire, as well as deep personal loss. Nonetheless, amidst his grief, e was moved to write, “It Is Well With My Soul.”

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Sermon Series: Songs of Faith ~ A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

A leader of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther, wrote this hymn. It was immensely popular throughout Reformed Europe. I was sung in the streets, by poor Protestants on their way into exile, and by martyrs at their death. It became the true national hymn of Protestant Germany. What inspired Luther to write it?

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