Sermons on Romans
God frequently uses illustrations to communicate his heart for us. Jeremiah is commanded to use a rotten belt and a potter’s wheel to help his people understand their spiritual state. They may also help you understand something about your life as well.
Women have made significant advances in society in the last 100 years, rising to lead business, government, and military positions. Should the church adapt or hold fast to its traditions regarding women? How does scripture speak about their leadership in the ministry of the local church? The answer is a little complicated.
The resurrection of Jesus comes with promises for you. Don’t miss God’s invitation to come alive! From Romans 8.
In Mark 9 it looks like Jesus is taking things a little too far. But he’s urgently pleading with us to take sin more seriously in our lives. Will we listen and take action?
Many of us don’t feel qualified for God hear and answer our prayers. But God uses prayers of ordinary people to change the world.
There is a lot to be anxious about. Yet Christmas is a reminder that the Prince of Peace has come.
How big is big? David uses everything he can think of to describe to us how big is God’s love. Psalm 103 invites us to consider this massive gift and how it benefits us.
The heavens declare the glory of God. Am I listening? Thoughts from Psalm 19.
What is justice? What is the heart of God? What should be our heart?
If God is good, why does bad happen? Is he helpless? Does he care? Is he punishing? Is it his plan? Pastor Wes explores several scriptures to help us wrap our mind around how God is involved in our deepest moments of pain to bring about redemption.
How much of the world has God determined in advance? Do we really have free choice? Did God choose me or did I choose God? For Further Reading: hand in Hand:The Beauty of God’s Sovereignty and Meaningful Human Choice by Randy Alcorn
Without paying attention, we can drift away from our relationship to Jesus. Sometimes we don’t even notice it. But God calls us to transformation and greater righteousness. In the conclusion to the series, Pastor Wes discusses how God works in our lives to make us more like Jesus.