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– Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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“There’s Not a Square Inch”

  •   May 23, 2022   •     •   Jeremiah 45–51

God’s sovereignty is for his glory and our salvation. Continue reading

“Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out”

  •   May 16, 2022   •     •   Jeremiah 40–44

Jeremiah 40–44 represents the last stage of Jeremiah’s public ministry. It ended on a low note, with a people who rejected his message all the days of his ministry.  Video … Continue reading

Faithful Endurance

  •   May 09, 2022   •     •   2 Peter 3:1–13

The day of the Lord is certain, and it is coming sooner than you think, so run hard after holiness. Continue reading

“The Name of the Slough was Despond”

  •   May 02, 2022   •     •   Jeremiah 34–39

In the midst of the darkness, God is not only trustworthy, but he raises up some who trust him, even in the pit. Continue reading

Gentle and Lowly

  •   Apr 25, 2022   •     •   Matthew 11:28–30

Everyone has a desire to rest and is tempted to find rest in places that don’t provide the rest we need. Until we realize true rest is found in laying … Continue reading

The Easter Sermon

  •   Apr 19, 2022   •     •   Matthew 28

In Matthew 28, Matthew describes a couple of women who arrive at the tomb, meet an angel, and finally come face-to-face with the living Savior, Jesus Christ. Continue reading

Blessed Assurance

  •   Apr 11, 2022   •     •   Romans 5:1–11

Because God loved us first, we can be assured that we will experience his love forever. Our hope is secure. Video & Sermon Audio  Continue reading

“Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken”

  •   Apr 04, 2022   •     •   Jeremiah 30–33

Chapters 30 and 31 are sometimes called Jeremiah’s Book of Consolation. Unlike most of the rest of Jeremiah, in these chapters God reiterates his promises for the people of Judah. … Continue reading

“The Loser Now Will be Later to Win”

  •   Mar 28, 2022   •     •   Jeremiah 21–29

In Jeremiah 21–29, kingdoms see devastation and exile before returning to the land. We learn a great deal from this pattern. As exiles here on earth, we know this world … Continue reading

“There’s No Place Like Home”

  •   Mar 21, 2022   •     •   Jeremiah 16–20

Jeremiah’s prophecy for Judah is one of judgment: God will punish the people’s idolatry with exile to Babylon. Even as Jeremiah prays for the destruction of a people who defy … Continue reading