Pastor Geoff preaches an expository sermon through Isaiah 50 -- one of the "Servant Songs." This is speaking of Jesus the Servant-Messiah.
In this chapter we see the active righteousness, the perfect righteousness of Your Savior. We see your Savior's
Thanks be to God for the active, perfect obedience of Jesus Christ reckoned to us by faith alone (2 Cor 5.21)
"Jesus Speaks Afterlife Truth to Mocking, Religious Liberals"
In this account, the Sadducees approach Jesus with a hypothetical, ludicrous, insincere question. How will Jesus respond to these mocking opponents?
Jesus speaks Truth. He stands on Scripture. He confronts them boldly. He calls them out as being mistaken, deceived and duped because they do NOT know the (1) WORD of God, nor the (2) POWER of God.
In this chapter, God shows the beauty & glory of the Servant-Messiah, the Lord Jesus Christ.
Through the chapter, God gives 2 main exhortations:
1. Worship Jesus the servant (vv.1-13)
2. Embrace God's Promises (vv.14-26)
In this very 'charged' and confrontational account between the Herodians/Pharisees against Jesus, we see the story unfold in 2 ways:
1. The Question: shall we pay taxes to Caesar?
2. The Answer: render to him what's due; render to God everything unconditionally!
Pastor Geoff preaches expositionally through Isaiah 48 and brings out the 2 rock solid, awesome, transcendent fortresses that we MUST hold and cling to through life:
1. The Glory of God
2. The Grace of God
Pastor Geoff preaches an expository sermon through Mark 12 (and Matt 21) on the parable of the vineyard.
Here we see judgment on the corrupt, vile, wicked leaders of Israel.
This account shows us:
1. The understandable story (1-9)
2. The unsurpassed Savior (10-11)
3. The unexpected shift (Matt 21.43)
4. The ultimate Sentence (Matt 21.44, 45-46)
Look to Christ! Respect the Beloved Son of God! He is worthy of worship!
"What Ignites a Church with Passion, Life & Joy? Evangelism!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff shows how Paul was committed to the preaching of Christ crucified! To be successful in life and in ministry, we must be FAITHFUL to what God calls us to do. Success in Christian ministry is *not* driven by results or fruit but by faithfulness to God and His Word.