In Esther 9:1-19 we see the enemies of the Jews in Persia destroyed. In this sermon we discuss God giving over the enemies of His people to destruction and conclude that God is glorified in both justice and mercy in Jesus Christ.
In Esther 7:1-10 we see wicked Haman get his due. His hanging serves as both a foreshadowing of the coming judgment and also points us to Jesus who suffered our condemnation on the cross.
In this sermon we take a break from our series in Ephesians to focus on the upcoming election and the state of our nation. How can we tell if America is under judgment? What should our priorities be as Jesus’ church? How do we move forward from here no matter who is elected? Read Romans 1:16-32 and listen in as we seek clarity from God’s Word.
In this sermon we look back at the Flood in Genesis 6. What was the reason for and the nature of the Flood? How do we see Jesus in the Flood? What is the significance of the Ark? We tackle the tough subject of sin and judgment, and then we find relief in God’s grace as we see what the Ark teaches us about Jesus.