The Seduction of Power (Proverbs 21)

In this sermon, our guest preacher, pastor Reid Ferguson of the Evangelical Church of Fairport, provides us with a biblical understanding of power from Proverbs 21 and exposes the danger of the lust for power in this present age. What we will discover is that there is nothing more countercultural than not needing or seeking […]

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What does it mean biblically to “fear” the Lord? Is this simply an Old Testament concept? And how does this relate to the work of Christ? In this sermon, our guest preacher, pastor Young Choe, teaches that the church must fear the Lord by recognizing who he is and being careful to do what he […]

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Life-Giving Wisdom (Proverbs 8:22-36)

In this sermon, pastor Keith reminds us that God created all things in wisdom and his wisdom can give us a joyful, abundant life. But this wisdom can only be found in God through Jesus Christ, who was and is God’s wisdom incarnate.

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The Beginning of Wisdom (Proverbs 1:1-7)

In our sermon series through Romans, we have been learning about our new life in the Spirit made possible by the gospel of Jesus Christ. While the rest of the NT has much to say about our lives as citizens in the kingdom of heaven, the book of Proverbs is an excellent place to see […]

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Walk Wisely (Eph. 5:15-17)

The Apostle Paul has already described our Christian walk as being one characterized by good works , full of the love of Christ, and luminous with the light of the glory of God; this is how we are to fulfill the command to walk worthy of our calling (Eph. 2:10; 4:1; 5:2; 5:8). Continuing this description, he now explains […]

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God’s Wisdom on Display (Eph. 3:7-13)

In proclaiming to the known world the inexhaustible and unsearchable riches of Christ Jesus in the wondrous mystery of the gospel, the Apostle Paul served an extraordinary purpose. His calling, to be a minister of the good news, was “so that through the church the manifold wisdom of God might now be made known . . […]

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Remembering the Gospel (Eph. 1:15-19)

It is often the case that the gospel which people want to hear preached is not the gospel that we preach from Scripture. The unregenerate desires a gospel that will promise physical health, wealth, prosperity, comfort, emotional/mystical experiences, and a better life now. However, the gospel of Jesus Christ offers forgiveness from sins, a right standing before God, growth […]

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To the Praise of His Glory (Eph. 1:3-14)

As we read through Ephesians 1:3-14, seeing and savoring all of the wonderful spiritual blessings that are ours in Christ Jesus, we are presented with a stunning description of the Triune nature of God and the specific work of each Person in the Godhead. Moreover, this passage also encompasses all history, all people, and all things from eternity past to eternity […]

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The Rise of Folly and the End of Solomon

As we concluded the book of Proverbs in our daily, chronological readings of the Bible, we then came upon one of the most tragic sections of the Old Testament: “For when Solomon was old his wives turned away his heart after other gods, and his heart was not wholly true to the Lord his God, as was […]

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