There Is a Redeemer – pt. 2 (Ruth 4)

As we come to the resolution of the book of Ruth we discover that this has not been just a story of God’s loving kindness in providing for Naomi and Ruth. More importantly, it’s a story of God’s loving kindness towards his people, how he is bringing history to its happy ending. This story is […]

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There Is a Redeemer – pt. 1 (Ruth 3)

When it comes to our deepest desires for rest and well-being in life, there are many risks we are willing to take. This search for rest, in spite of the risks, plays a major part in the story of loving kindness that we know as the book of Ruth. In this sermon, pastor Matt shows […]

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The Gift of God’s Grace (Romans 3:21-26)

Having described the horrible and hopeless condition of humanity in Romans 1:18-3:20, Paul answers the all-important question: Since it is true that there is no one righteous, then how can anyone ever be right with God? How can anyone escape his holy wrath against sin, be liberated from the curse of the law, and delivered […]

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There Is No One Righteous (Romans 3:9-20)

In Romans 3:9-20, Paul brings his argument to a powerful conclusion to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is no one righteous, charging humanity with being helplessly captive under sin, radically corrupted by sin, and therefore justly condemned. In this sermon, pastor Matt shows that the power of sin demands a redemption […]

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In the Beginning, Word (John 1:1)

Who do you say that Jesus is? If Jesus were to be here with us, he would have asked in this way, “who do you say that I AM?” We call Him Lord and Savior; we call Him the Son of God and Son of Man; we call Him the Messiah. Some called Him carpenter’s […]

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In the Beginning, God (Genesis 1:1)

Questions concerning the origin of all things have been discussed and debated by virtually all philosophers, scholars and scientists. Where did we come from and how did we come about? Who knows the beginning of all things? Who has the answer to the questions of the origin of all things? In this sermon, Keith Ryoo […]

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Our Trust Is in the Lord (Isaiah 28-29)

In this sermon, Pastor Matt shows us five reasons why the Lord our God is supremely trustworthy. When our trust is in the Lord Jesus Christ, we will find him to be our glorious crown, our perfect rest, our sure foundation, our mighty defender, and our gracious redeemer. Note: This sermon was delivered during the […]

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After learning about the church in Antioch (Acts 11:19-30), Luke includes a fascinating incident involving Herod and the Jerusalem church before transitioning to the missionary activity of Paul. Here, we read of the martyrdom of James, the miraculous deliverance of Peter, but also the earnest prayers of the church. We love to read exciting (and […]

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The City of Our God (Isaiah 2:1-5)

Though the name ‘Zion’ is often used in Scripture to refer to the capital city of Jerusalem and the mount where the temple was located, it becomes a rich symbol for the dwelling place of God and his holy people from every nation. Ultimately, it refers to the new Jerusalem—God’s glorious temple-city that will fill […]

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