Category: Preaching


Return of the Son | Luke 24.44-53

Sermon link: open.spotify.com/episode/6bP6hMJFSqhkJY2QAcy9nX

Slides here.

Listen to “To Know Christ – Philippians 3.4-14” on Spreaker.

Key points:

  • Put no confidence in the flesh (vv. 4-6)
  • Seek to know, gain & be found in Christ (vv. 7-11)
  • Forget the past; press on (vv. 12-14)

Special shoutout to @jedsmiley for giving permission to share about her experience meeting #TaylorSwift & her baptism.

Slides here.

 

Key points:

  1. Do versus done – rest in God’s love & salvation
  2. Being before doing
    • Be repentant; be forgiven
    • Be with Jesus; be like Jesus
    • Be obedient; be compelled; be prepared

Slides here.

Created for God's Purposes (Ps 139) (1)

Listen to “Created for God’s Purposes – Psalm 139” on Spreaker.

Key points:

  1. God knows you
  2. God is with you
  3. God made you (for His purposes)

Response/Application

  • Do you know God?
  • Is Jesus in your life?
  • Do you know, are you living for God’s purposes?

Slides here – bit.ly/createdps139

I preached my first sermon at Grace church today, entitled “Gospel Power” (Rom. 1.16-17), which I wish to dedicate to the memory of the 5 missionaries – Jim Elliot, Pete Fleming, Ed McCully, Nate Saint, & Roger Youderian – who 66 years ago this weekend, on 8 Jan. 1956, were martyred in Ecuador, killed by the Huaorani Indians.

He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.

#JimElliot

Slides here – bit.ly/gospelpowerRom1

Key points:

  1. The gospel is … the power of God.
  2. The gospel is … for salvation.
  3. The gospel is … to everyone who believes.

Response/Application

  • Be unashamed
  • Live out the gospel
  • Be strong & courageous

Main idea – The church/Christian life is all about the gospel; the gospel is all about Jesus.

#gospelpower #romans1 #powerofgod

https://www.podbean.com/ea/dir-z676d-f63047b

The Emotionally Healthy Leader Podcast | How to Teach & Preach from the Inside Out


Summary

  1. Am I preaching for Jesus out of a life of being with Jesus? (who we are is more important than what we say)
  2. Am I present to myself & to people in the room? (see & love them)
  3. Am I allowing the text to intersect with my family of origin & culture?
  4. Am I preaching out of vulnerability & weakness? (need time to let text go into & break you)
  5. Am I allowing the text to transform me?
  6. Am I connecting the message to people’s long-term formation?

Tribute to John Stott

Lausanne Global Executive Director/CEO Michael Oh reflects on John Stott’s legacy on the centennial of his birth (20 Apr, 1921). Among his many key contributions to Christian theology, the church and missions, what stands out for me is his role in the birthing of the Lausanne Covenant and Movement in 1974, and his related book Christian Mission in the Modern World (1975), which has since been updated and expanded by Chris Wright on its 40th anniversary.

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Finding rest in the midst of anxiety (Matt. 6.25-34) | Tony Yeo

Introduction

Do not be anxious (x3)
Gk. worry, concern, restlessness, unrest
Not problem free, but anxiety free
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Be Ready for the Lord (Ex. 19.1-25)

  1. Covenant Relationship – God’s mercy (vv. 1-9)
  2. Consecration – God’s holiness (vv. 10-15)
  3. Commandments – God’s voice (vv. 16-25)

His commandments are a divine gift from a gracious God who saves and divine truth from an awesome God who calls us to holiness. (Hamilton, God’s Glory, 2010)

https://orpc.sg/happenings/sermons/be-ready-lord

No other gods | Exodus 7-11

No other gods (Ex. 7.14-11.10)

That you may know that:

  1. God is significant (knowledge, love).
  2. God is supreme (power).
  3. God is sovereign (in control).

But I have raised you up for this very purpose, that I might show you My power and that My name might be proclaimed in all the earth. (Ex. 9.16)

https://orpc.sg/happenings/sermons/no-other-gods

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