Sermons on Matthew
In his sermon preached Jan. 2, 2022, Pastor Guy Lancour points out that Jesus’ sufferings commenced at His birth, and were part of the Father’s plan to redeem a people for Himself. Jesus was acquainted with our sorrows and griefs, and is able to sympathize with our weaknesses.
Pastor Guy Lancour exposits three dramatically different responses to the Incarnation from Matthew 2:1-12 in his sermon delivered Dec. 19, 2021 at First Baptist Church. To which response do you most relate?
Jesus was criticized for “eating with tax collectors and sinners”. Pastor Guy Lancour exhorts Christians to reach out to people desperately in need of the gospel in his sermon from Matthew 9:9-13 titled “Caring for the Hurting is our Gospel Imperative.”
What does biblical stewardship look like? What does wicked, lazy or unprofitable stewardship look like? Pastor Bob Koval preached from Matthew 25:14-30 and makes observations and application of the spiritual discipline of stewardship of God’s resources.
Brandon Kriese preached on June 13, 2021 regarding the spiritual discipline of fasting: “Abstaining to Gain”
Is there evidence for the physical resurrection of Christ from the grave and if so, how should we live in response to it?
God’s greatest gift to us is himself, manifested in Immanuel (God with us) who came to save us so we might be with him. In this message, Pastor Guy explores the meaning of Immanuel and its implications for our daily lives.
Trust God to provide what you need, when you need it, according to His great love and goodness in Christ Jesus.