Lord of Lords
13 Sermons Tagged "Struggle"
The Lord Will Be Your Refuge Throughout the New Year
Sunday, January 2nd, 2022
Are You Being Christian During These Tumultuous Times?
Sunday, October 3rd, 2021
It is easy to see the world right now as tumultuous, given the many problems people are facing locally, nationally, and even globally. However, as Christians we know that Jesus promised we would bear crosses in our lives, and those crosses are often tests to show us where our faith is strong and where our faith is weak.
Lord, Doesn't It Bother You That We Are Perishing?
Sunday, June 27th, 2021
Like the disciples on the boat during the storm, we can often wonder if Jesus cares about the problems in our lives, with our friends, and even in our communities and countries. The truth is he cares so much that he lived and died for us, and as true God he is all knowing and all powerful, ruling over everything for our good.
Why Were Some of Those Working Against Christ Saved and Others Damned?
Sunday, June 13th, 2021
When reading through the Bible, it may seem like God is sometimes playing favorites with those who are saved and those who are not, especially those people who at times worked against Christ. However, through several parables Jesus explains the key differences between those people, and we see how it applies to us today.
How Do You Have Christ's Joy?
Sunday, May 16th, 2021
Living the life of a Christian is not always joyous. In fact for some, like most of the disciples, there are times when it can be miserable. Yet in his "High Priestly Prayer" before his arrest, Jesus prayed for God the Father to give us his joy.
Connected to Christ You Praise God
Sunday, May 2nd, 2021
We are connected to Christ Jesus like branches are connected to the vine. Through that connection God blesses us and rules for our good. We not only praise him and hold him in reverent awe, but we even reflect his glory in our daily lives.
Crosses Are for Torturing to Death
Sunday, February 28th, 2021
Jesus explained that he would die on the cross and then rise again, but Peter did not understand and initially rejected what Jesus said. Jesus rebuked Peter and then told his followers to take up their crosses and follow him. That message applies to us today, but if, like Peter, we don't understand the crosses in our lives, we may reject them.
You Have Great News of Wonderful Comfort
Sunday, December 6th, 2020
Through the prophet Isaiah God explained his plan to bring salvation to the world, and we find comfort in knowing that prophecy was fulfilled in Christ Jesus. Furthermore, we should spread this comfort to both our fellow Christians and the rest of the world by sharing the good news of forgiveness and salvation.
O Give Thanks to the Lord
Wednesday, November 25th, 2020
Even though we are still facing the COVID-19 pandemic and all of the hardships it has brought, we can always give thanks to the Lord our God because he is our refuge, our strength, and our help in distress.
Praise the Lord for the Coronavirus
Sunday, May 17th, 2020
We apply Psalm 66 (entitled "How Awesome Are Your Deeds!") to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic in order to remind ourselves that God is in control, working all things for our benefit.