Sermons from February 2023
Sermon Text: Matthew 4:1-11 Long ago, when two armies gathered to fight, sometimes in place of the battle, each army would pick an elite warrior (champion) who would represent their people and fight to the death. This weekend we watch a battle of champions that began in the Garden of Eden, continued in the Garden of Gethsemane and ended a few days later. Who will walk away the champion?
Sermon Text: 2 Peter 1:16-21 What events in your lifetime have left such an impression on you that you can remember exactly where you were and what you were doing when you heard the news? Neil Armstrong’s “small step and giant leap” on the moon? The Twin Towers on 9/11? Maybe it was the birth of a child, or making the winning shot? Join us at St. Paul’s this Sunday at 9:30 am to find out what happened to three…
Sermon Text: Matthew 5:43-48 In this week’s section of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, he’s teaching us to do something that sounds absurd – “Love your enemies.” Here’s a suggestion. Start small, pick an enemy … maybe someone whose values are different than yours … maybe someone whose done you wrong. Now think about ways to destroy them … with kindness and consideration. Join us as we explain how “Destroying Your Enemies” is a good and God-pleasing thing to do.
Sermon Theme: Matthew 5:13 Studies by medical researchers have shown that large amounts of salt in your diet can contribute to heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other health problems. This has made many either reduce, or even eliminate salt from their diets. If that is true, then what exactly was Jesus getting at when he says to his disciples when he says to us: “You are the salt of the earth”? Watch us Live: https://youtube.com/live/r1n5QjhlB88?feature=share