Sermons on Acts 2
When the Spirit comes in power, he comes suddenly—on his own terms and in his own time—and he comes for harvesting.
We live between the beginning of the kingdom of God and the consummation of the kingdom. What is that like?
Prophecy is prompted and sustained by the Spirit and yet does not carry intrinsic, divine authority.
God is calling young and old to dream new dreams of reaching the whole world for Christ.
When God almighty pours himself into an individual, the inner life is changed; it is filled with God.
Do you join God in his affirmation of Jesus, or do you stand against God in the life of Jesus?
On Easter Sunday morning Jesus blew the lock off the prison of death and gloom and returned to the gladness of God.
Christianity is not merely an array of glorious ideas. It is the life-changing experience of the Holy Spirit through faith in Jesus Christ the Lord of the universe.
What counts in the new people is not who your parents are but whom you live for; and therefore a new symbol for the new covenant people is given, baptism.
There are at least seven qualifications if a group wants to be a church in the NT sense.
Churches move forward by grace in the midst of great inadequacy.
We must strategize for church growth because we have a God who builds his church day by day and thousands at a time.
Even if you are a murderer of the Son of God, God himself is ready to forgive you! And not only to forgive you but to give you his Spirit!
A holy, happy fear of God makes our material possessions insignificant to us, except as means to serve others.