Sermons on Hebrews 13
The promises of God are the key to love and victory over sin. But we need people in our lives to "encourage us day after day" with those promises.
Be in sync with God about marriage and out of sync with secular western culture.
Marital sex is a great joy that also proves to be a fearsome weapon against our ancient foe.
How can I find and keep the strength I need to obey God's commands?
It is your sacred duty and joy to praise God continually with your lips.
An allegory of a man in a prison called "conviction" and how he got out.
Christians have a hope that frees them to move toward need, not comfort.
Let your light so shine before lost and needy people outside the camp, not just in the ease and comfort of your church and your home.
God is pleased with our doing good and our sharing because it demonstrates the success and power of the sufferings of his Son.
Elders should see themselves as servants, and the church should have a bent toward trusting them.
Spiritual leaders are to keep watch of the word, of Christ, of themselves, and of their people.
Jesus will always be our shepherd and we will always get the incomparable joy of being his sheep.
Christians are secure, not because they are strong, but because God is sovereign and faithful to his new covenant promises.