Today we considered together Ephesians 4:11-16, where God through Paul tells us that Christ gave gifts to the members of his body so that they might together grow up in every way into him. You may listen to the audio of the sermon in the audio player below, or download the mp3 player here.
This Sunday we returned to the book of Ephesians, focusing on Ephesians 4:1-3. In these verses we hear God through Paul call believers to walk in a manner worthy of your calling in Jesus Christ, first of all by putting on humility, gentleness, patience, and forbearance. You may listen to the sermon in the audio player below or download the mp3 file here.
On this Easter Sunday we considered together the first part of Philippians 2, where we hear God through Paul remind us that he has highly exalted the once-crucified Christ and bestowed upon him the name that is above every name. You may listen to the sermon in the audio player below, or download the mp3 file here.
This Sunday we reflected upon Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, specifically as recounted in Matthew 21:1-1, where we hear that Jesus entered Jerusalem riding on a donkey, just as God told the Israelites his coming king would. You may listen to the audio of the sermon in the player below, or download the mp3 file here.
This Sunday we began taking a break from our study of Ephesians, focusing instead on Numbers 21:4-9 (and naturally ending up in John 3:14-15). We heard that as God once showed his people mercy in delivering them from sin and death for a time through a bronze serpent, so today he shows sinners similar, yet greater mercy in delivering us from sin and death for all time through Jesus Christ his Son. You may listen to the sermon on Numbers 21:4-9 in the audio player below, or download the mp3 file here.