Sermon Archives

Sermons from Westerville Bible Church
November 27, 2016

Incomprehensible, But Precious (Part IV)

Incomprehensible, But Precious (Part IV)

The fact that God is omnipotent directs the believer.

November 20, 2016

Peter’s Last Will and Testament (Part II)

Peter's Last Will and Testament (Part II)

The apostle’s last will and testament was not “please remember me fondly and say nice things about me,”┬ábut rather “remember what you were taught so that you will not fall but stand in faith.”

November 13, 2016

By Your Great Power and By Your Strong Hand

By Your Great Power and By Your Strong Hand

Thanks to God’s great power and strong hand, Nehemiah could lead the Jews in the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s wall.

November 13, 2016

Peter’s Last Will and Testament (Part I)

Peter's Last Will and Testament (Part I)

The apostle’s last will and testament was not “please remember me fondly and say nice things about me,”┬ábut rather “remember what you were taught so that you will not fall but stand in faith.”

November 6, 2016

Elections and the Christian

Elections and the Christian

Romans 13 instructs believers regarding things to remember about God and government, things to avoid during an election cycle, and things to practice during an election cycle.

November 6, 2016

Important Supplements (Part V)

Important Supplements (Part V)

Does your life testify to the power of God? The saved who live by his grace will live for his glory.

October 30, 2016

Important Supplements (Part IV)

Important Supplements (Part IV)

After telling what believers received from God at salvation, Peter moves to telling what this requires of them. Peter says, “Let the following pursuits consume you daily!” There is nothing passive about Christianity.

October 29, 2016

The Problem of the Unreached

The Problem of the Unreached

“What about those who never hear the gospel?” Often, those who are most alarmed by the implications of this question are unbelievers, and not us. In our evangelistic conversations, in our own private doubts, and in our personal mission, how do we answer this question?

October 29, 2016

The Problem of Rules

The Problem of Rules

A fierce loyalty to personal freedom is a growing and defining trademark of Western secularism. We must consider the idolatry of personal freedom and the objections it brings against Christianity.

October 28, 2016

The Problem of Evil

The Problem of Evil

Why do bad things happen to good people? In light of all the evil, how can God be both good and great? Why didn’t God stop evil when he had the chance?

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