In this sermon drawn from Hebrews 2:1-13 and Psalm 8, Pastor Hinkle begins and ends with the glory of Christ and his rule over all things, but shows how and why he had to suffer first.
Reconciliation is a process that takes two and takes effort. How does the process work when the one we want to reconcile with is God? With whom is God willing to be reconciled? What has he done to make it possible? What is expected of you?
The Gospel of Jesus Christ began with the Word of the Prophets, the water of Baptism, and the coming of Christ, who would bestow the Holy Spirit on God’s people.
John prepared his people to receive Christ and the Spirit he would give using the prophetic Word and the water of Baptism.
That such God has given and still gives such gifts is great and good news you’ll want to hear.
Jesus denounced the scribes and pharisees for not practicing what they preached. Pastors and their listeners are frequently guilty of the same sin. God has a solution for those humble enough to receive it.
Audio Sermon on Luke 23:33-35
Who was Jesus asking God to forgive as they nailed him to his cross? It wasn’t just the soldier pounding in the nails! There were others on His mind that day, too. Since his resurrection he continues to intercede for those who need God’s forgiveness. In this sermon, Pastor Hinkle encourages listeners to consider their own need for forgiveness and explains why God forgives and how He communicates that forgiveness to those who need it.
You may call it the Lord’s Supper, the Sacrament of the Altar, Holy Communion, or the Eucharist. In this sermon, Pastor Hinkle sets forth in plain language what the Bible teaches about the sacrament, its purpose, and its use.
Audio recording of my sermon on Matthew 4:12-25, delivered January 22nd, 2017.
Matthew wrote that Jesus’ preaching and miracles fulfilled what God had said through Isaiah—that the residents of Galilee, who lived in spiritual darkness, would see a great light. How does Jesus’ preaching of repentance and the coming Kingdom of God enlighten people and give them life? Give a listen and find out!
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