Sermons & Worship from April 2022

It’s a Hallelujah Morning

Scripture: Isaiah 61:1-3; Matthew 28:1-1 Jesus had died at three o’clock in the afternoon, the exact time of the sacrifice offering for sin at the Temple. Jesus had made the last and only sacrifice necessary for the sins of people throughout the ages. No other sacrifice would ever be necessary. It would only be the responsibility of the individual to admit that they had sin in their lives, ask forgiveness, and ask Jesus to be the Lord of their life.…

Lord, Save Us

Scripture: Leviticus 23:4-8; Zechariah 9:9; Psalm 31:1-5; John 12:12-19 The air was electrified with the events of recent days. If anyone was looking for a sign from Jesus, they could not have missed the miracle at Bethany. The drama had played itself out before the eyes of family and friends who had gathered to mourn the death of Lazarus. Four days had passed before Jesus arrived. All hope had been abandoned. Moved to tears because of the death of his…

The Price of a Sacrifice

Scripture: Exodus 12:21-28; Psalm 27:1-6; John 2:13-22 We are now in the fifth week of Lent. Today we will reach Jerusalem with Jesus. Today we look at how easily we can prioritize other things over our true worship of Jesus. We find ourselves sometimes identifying with the people in our biblical accounts who found Jesus to be an impediment to what they really wanted to do. Today our biblical stories focus on Jesus being the presence of God among us…