This Advent season we will be looking at promises made in the Old Testament. The first one is found in Genesis 3:15, and it is a curious place to start because it is a promise that is made, not to Adam, or to Eve, but to the devil. Genesis 3:15
Our speaker today is Ryan Smith from Trentside Baptist Church, Fenelon Falls, Ontario. We will look at King Hezekiah and how he handled being confronted by Assyria along with three temptations to be avoided when we are in over our heads. 2 Kings 18
The story in this passage is amazing and it raise some difficult questions but before we unpack it, we need to keep in mind two simpler question: What do we see in this story? What are we to make of signs and wonders? Acts 5:12-16
The God of Acts 5:1-11 feels foreign and even offensive to many. And if you were reading your Bible at home, you might just rush past that feeling as quickly as possible. But we won’t be rushing past anything this morning because we need to know God for WHO HE...
The Sanhedrin has issued their warning: If you keep speaking about Jesus, we’re going to do to you what we did to your King. The Apostles have drawn their line in the sand: We cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard. The church is about to feel...
Our passage this morning is the second half of the story that we considered last Sunday – Peter and John and the healing of the man lame from birth. The lame man is dancing, Peter is preaching, and the crowd is repenting and believing! Our text this morning picks up...
In our passage this morning, we find a summary of how the church engaged with stage one – their ministry in Jerusalem. They were a healthy church – and their neighbours were compelled by what they saw. Acts 2:42-47
Join us Live on Sundays at 10 AM
For an alternative archive, check out Redeemer City Church Sermon Archives from SermonAudio.com.