Sermons on Faith

Sermons on Faith

Galatians #7 – Freedom as children of promise

Three ideas are used to discuss faith in Christ as opposed to legalism – namely covenant, guardian and sons and daughters. Christians have a firm foundation based on the promises of God, the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus and the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Galatians #6 – Freedom to Believe

In this sermon we see that whereas legalism causes people to be tied up and focussed on the immediate, faith in Christ brings freedom to walk into the promises and destiny that God has for you.

Abraham and Faith

We see characteristics of Christian faith as we look at the account of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22. Faith, revelation go hand in hand with obedience which leads to far-reaching blessing.

Galatians #1 – Freedom + Authority

As Paul is starting to try and correct the Galatian Christians from accepting a Gospel which has Jesus and a load of rules and regulations, Paul appeals to the authority he has because God has called him, he knows the grace and peace of Jesus and he is clear that the simple Gospel is God’s idea. You don’t need to be restricted by being a people pleaser or by confusion if you have the authority and message of God.

I am the Resurrection (Morning)

In John 10 we read the story of Lazarus and see how personal resurrection and life is found in the person of Jesus.

David #5 – A Declared Faith in God

Carrying on with the story of David and Goliath, we review what David was putting his faith in – namely the name of God and that God would fight for him and also we see the importance of declaring God’s name and victory out loud.

David #4 – A Heart of Faith

Looking at the account of David and Goliath, we see that David’s faith grew in everyday situations, that it was an authentic and considered faith and that it was for the long-term. Discover things about David’s family and Goliath that you may not have considered before.