Sermon for October 9, 2022

Now there are some Jews, ones you appointed to administer the province of Babylon—specifically, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego—who have ignored your command. They don’t serve your gods, and they don’t worship the gold statue you’ve set up.”

Sermon for October 2, 2022

The Book of Daniel is more about the nightmare of tomorrow that haunted the Jewish people day in and day out.  This book counsels about living one day at a time and trusting God but exercising our faith about the future.

Sermon for September 25, 2022

ossessions here on earth are temporary and too many times we make them seem important when Jesus says that they don’t.  He bases his perspective on a very infamous Old Testament character.  Who is that character?

Sermon for September 18, 2022

Prevenient is defined as to “go before”.  Another English word that also has Latin roots is “convenient” which simply means to “come together” This idea was coined in the early Catholic Church and later reintroduced by theologians John Wesley and Jacobus Arminius as the antithesis of Calvinistic thinking of “predestination”.  Ironically though, all theologians, Wesley, Arminius, and John Calvin were arguing over semantics as they are all talking about predestination but had differences of opinion.