Sermon Archives

Pastor Hamilton
January 1, 2017

Waterless Springs (Part I)

Waterless Springs (Part I)

The apostle Peter does not pull punches in describing the activity, behavior, and nature of false teachers.

December 25, 2016

A Cross-view of the Cradle

A Cross-view of the Cradle

The reason we can possess and must show joy is that we who were alienated from God are forgiven and restored to Him by Christ.

December 11, 2016

Since…Then

Since...Then

The fact that Christ will judge the wicked and reward the righteous sustains the believer who may be going through a trial today.

December 4, 2016

Rise Up and Build

Rise Up and Build

While some Jews miserably blew their opportunity to help rebuild Jerusalem’s wall, many stepped up despite having no prior experience in getting their hands dirty. On the same token: how have you, Christian, gotten your ‘hands dirty’ in the biblical building up of other believers?

December 4, 2016

All Points Bulletin

All Points Bulletin

Peter was not casual or dismissive about false teachers, but instead spoke of their effect on the church like we would describe a terrorist attack today!

November 27, 2016

The Ride Through the Rubble

The Ride Through the Rubble

Jerusalem’s still-present inhabitants had become accustomed to the destruction around them, but Nehemiah determined to rebuild the city’s wall, as God had brought him back to do.

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.”

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