Sermons

on 2 Chronicles

Sermon series: A King's story

The Grandmother Who Yelled Treason

God had told Israel that he would provide for them, protect them, and bless them as long as they obeyed him. Israel decided they wanted a King just like all the other nations.  God allowed it, but then the people did not obey him!  They became idol worshipers. We don’t naturally drift toward holiness, we drift toward compromise and call it tolerance. Everyone loves going to grandma’s house, not this...
Sermon series: A King's story

A Change In Times

Often at the end of year a “Person of the Year” is nominated.  It is usually a celebrity, or perhaps an athlete.  But there is a difference between a person of the year and  a person of significance like the profit of God, Elisha.  It is not those who live for today, but those who live for eternity that are significant to God. The peril of the people at this...
Sermon series: A King's story

You Reap What You Sow

It is too easy for us to slip into a mindset that what we choose, our choices, really don’t matter. God has established many laws for us, for our universe, and we respect them. God has also made laws for our life choices, and we reap what we have sown. If we seek to satisfy our own desires we may gain worldly possessions. If we seek to honor the Lord...
Sermon series: A King's story

I Want What You Have

God gives us standards to live by, and of all the things he could have commanded us to do, he mentions only 10. Even in the garden he only mentioned one. Today we are looking at two of them.  We are commanded not to covet and not to steal. Coveting and stealing go hand in hand, to covert is to see something and it becomes a want of the heart,...
Sermon series: A King's story

The Faithfulness of God

God brings us through adversity and trials. They serve a purpose and God will use them to test our faith. Our conduct should line up with what we know to be true about God, and our faith is evidenced by what  God is able to do through the trials that we experience. Trials, unexpected, yet necessary, are used to deepen our understanding of the faithfulness of God. 1 Peter tells us...
Sermon series: A King's story

A Question to Answer, Part 1

What will your family think of when your gone, what will they remember about you?  What will they carry in their hearts about you, what have they learned from you? Not the position you had, not the special vacation you took, and not what you achieved or how successful you were. Bottom line is, did you walk with God and did they see you, did they know it?
Sermon series: A King's story

Choices, Part 1

We make choices every day, when to get up, what to wear, where to go, who to talk to, how to respond. The choices that we make are filtered by the of values that we have. For every choice that we make there is a consequence. We are free to make our choices, but we don’t always get to choose the consequence that goes with it.
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