Sermons by “Pastor Adam Soderberg”

Sermon Series: What Do We Do Now? Part II ~ Seeking Justus ~ May 12, 2019 ~ Acts 1:21-26

The twelve apostles were now eleven and needed to choose a replacement for Judas. You never know when God has an opening you are supposed to fill. Are you ready? Will you answer His call or will you tell God, “No?” Really?

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Sermon Series: What Do We Do Now? Part I ~ Just Do It!

The disciples did not grasp the need for Jesus to die. They also struggled to comprehend His resurrection. Now they are wondering what to do. After we accept Christ – what are we supposed to do next?

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Do You Love Me?

Why did Jesus ask Peter three times, “Do you love me?” How would you respond if Jesus asked you, “Do you love me?” Do you really love Jesus? Is there any evidence you could point to that would confirm that?

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He Isn’t Here!

The tomb is empty! Mary thinks He is the gardener. The two men from Emmaus thought He was a fellow traveler. If you look with your heart, you will find Jesus in places you never expected.

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Long Live the King!

Jesus enters Jerusalem in triumph! Now, everything will change! Or will it? When we recognize who He is, and welcome Him into our hearts, everything changes as well, right?

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Who Do You Say I Am?

The disciples did not grasp the need for Jesus to die. Were they not sure who He really was? Are you? How might our lives change if we believe Jesus is God?

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One Grateful Guy

Just one of the ten men Jesus healed of leprosy returned to say, “Thank you.” God does not demand that we thank Him, but should we not be appreciative that God loves us so much? How do you show God you are thankful?

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The Chosen Lady

Parents, share with your children the truth. There is only one God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Jesus died for our sins so that we would be forgiven and enter into heaven when the end of our time comes. Your children’s eternal salvation depends on the seeds you plant.

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We Musht Feed Them

Who was this little boy? Who were his parents? Their names remain unknown to history, but their actions taught us that Christians should always remember hat their problems are never too large for God to handle. Why is it that we read these stories and yet still tend to doubt that God will want to meet our needs?

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Jeremy the Alien

All babies are cute, right? right? No? we do not love them any less though, do we? God’s love is similar. Regardless of the ugly things we might do, say, or think, He loves us anyway.

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