Sermons on Judgment of God
The story of Barabbas and the angry mob demonstrates how quick we are to follow the crowd and discard God. But in Jesus’ cross, we are free from the punishment and condemnation we deserve.
The very same hardships that God designs to grow our faith can also destroy our faith when we grow frustrated. Frustration places us in great spiritual danger because it destroys our faith in God and tempts us into unbelief. But our unbelief dishonors God and disconnects us from His divine blessing.
The most dangerous place to take a stand is in the soil of rebellion.
God wrote a book and will hold us accountable for receiving it or rejecting it. His Son was given in love so that no one need perish on that last day.
People will spend eternity exactly where they belong. In the first message of this five-part series, Pastor Josh Beakley begins at the end of the story – after death, the resurrection, and the final judgment – to the final place everyone will spend eternity.
Doctrine matters. What we believe about God changes how we relate to Him and how we live our lives. No church is healthy when it is a safe place for wolves to harm the flock without fear of being confronted.
Our radical worship of God leads us to live pure lives. Let us live our lives with the conscious expectation of Jesus’ return and of our future perfection.