Pastor Geoff preaches on King Manasseh of Judah and shows how he was one of the most wicked men in Judah's history. Nevertheless, God humbled him and drew him to repentance. No sinner is too far from God's saving grace.
In this sermon, pastor Geoff preaches on 1 Thess 5:20: "Do not despise prophetic utterances." He talks about what prophecy is, what it means to despise prophecy, and how we can apply this text today.
Listen to this practical sermon and apply the sermon to your life.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff continues the expository preaching series through Ephesians. Ephesians 4:29-30 gives the example of PUTTING OFF rotten words and PUTTING ON edifying, helpful words. Here in v.30 are 2 reasons/motives:
1. To give grae to those who hear
2. To not grieve the Holy Spirit of God
"Do Not Quench the Spirit; Rather, Entertain the Spirit!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff calls every Christian to a life of fervent holiness and exhorts everyone to not quench the Spirit. Geoff shows what it means to quench the Spirit and he presents a number of ways that we can quench the Spirit.
The bulk of the sermon gives 8 compelling reasons why we should not quench the Spirit.
Listen to & apply this exposition!
"Do Not Worry! The Sin of Worry & the Divine Remedy for It!"
Pastor Geoff continues the exposition through the Gospel of Luke & preaches 12:22-34 on the 'sin of worry.' Even though all people battle with sin and anxiety it is not to be tolerated and shoved aside as simply an 'issue' that everyone deals with.
It is sin and we must call it such. And there is, by God's glorious grace & clear revelation, a divine remedy for the sin of worry/anxiety -- faith in God & active, intentional & frequent thanksgiving to God (Phil 4:6ff).
"Do You Believe God Answers Your Prayers--Every Single One?"
Pastor Geoff preaches 1 John 5 on the streets of St Louis in the open air during a busy afternoon rush. He preaches about God giving testimony about His own Son, Jesus Christ. In Jesus is life. Apart from Him there is no life at all.
Flee to Christ!
"Do You Have True Saving Faith or a Deceptive False Faith?"
Geoff preaches the first part of 1 Thess 2 on the portrait of a Godly Leader. Paul describes a godly leader as one who endures persecution and one who has pure motives. Listen & apply this.
"Do You Know the Profile of a Godly Leader?" Part 2
Geoff preaches 1 Thess 2:4 on the second part of Godly leadership. Here he shows that a Godly leader is one who lives not to please men, but God. This is a person who is not overwhelmed with a fear of man but a fear of God. Listen and apply this sermon.
"Do You Know the Profile of a Godly Leader?" Part 3
In this text, Paul describes negatively what his ministry was NOT characterized by. He said that his ministry:
1. Was not with manipulative methods (words of flattery)
2. Was not with greediness
3. Was not marked by authoritative dictatorship but humble service.
Next week we'll examine the positive counterpart to this as we'll look at Paul's humble, gentle, life-giving attitude of serving the people of God.
"Do You Know the Profile of a Godly Leader?" Part 4
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff exhorts us to live a life of utmost integrity. What is there in our lives that we would be ashamed of if it were broadcasted in public for all to see? What thoughts, words, motives, intentions, actions would we be ashamed of if God brought it to public light?
Let us strive to life a life of integrity — wholeness, blamelessness — like David did in Psalm 26.
There are 5 ingredients to a life of integrity that this psalm contains. Listen to & apply this psalm!
"Do You Live a Life of Integrity before God and Others?"
Pastor Geoff preaches on the important topic of integrity from Psalm 101. He gives nine characteristics of a man of integrity and applies it to our lives. Listen to this exposition of Psalm 101.
Geoff preaches Psalm 108 which is a psalm that teaches on worship. Worship is responding properly to who God is and how He has revealed Himself. This psalm calls us to worship God, see his sovereignty, and find salvation in Him and not in man.
"Do You Pray? A Study on the Christian Discipline of Prayer"
In this psalm, Pastor Geoff Kirkland preaches on the most important means of grace that the Christian has — prayer. The question is not: 'do we say our prayers' but rather do we 'take hold of the Living God' in fervent, heartfelt, believing prayer?
Geoff exhorts us to pray passionately, pray believingly, and to respond worshipfully when God answers.