This is part 1 of my sermon on Galatians. I was preaching through Acts in Fall of 2021 and in January of 2022 we were in Acts 14. The letter of Galatians was written somewhere around here, so it seemed appropriate to take a detour for a month or so into Galatians. The main conflict […]
This is a short reflection I gave for a pastors’ luncheon. I talk about Isaiah seeing the Lord in Isaiah chapter 6 and what that GLORY was all about. You’ll notice the abrupt ending. It’s all about awe here, leaving the application for everyone to go figure out for themselves.
The end of 2 Samuel is chronologically wonky. It’s not meant to be in order, but it’s like the forgotten highlights that didnt’ make into the chronological part. Another way to look at it is as an overview of his legacy. We all know King David is about to die, so let’s look over some […]
Here is my sermon on John 19. What is unusual about this is that usually I would preach on the passion and crucifixion on Easter, but since I’m doing expository preaching chapter by chapter through John, we have Easter in February! Pilate, Jesus, the Jewish leaders of the day, I talk about a lot of […]
My sermon on John 8 where we learn that God’s favorite way to purge the evil from the land is through forgiveness of sins and not judgment.
The general point from T.D. Jakes at the 2018 Global Leadership Summit is to be passionate about something and then find ways to act on that passion. Assuming it is a passion that is led by the Lord and inspired by advancing the Kingdom of Heaven, that is right on. Find the thing that God has called you to do and then work at it with all of your heart!