God's Unchanging Love

Micah 7:18-20

July 3rd, 2022

Intro - Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever. Heb.13:8. He does not change which means His love for us is unchanging also.

I. He pardons sin. Ps.25:11

            A. Pardon here means bearing something away. Is.53:12, 1Pet.2:24

            B. Passes over us because of the blood of Christ. 1Pet.1:18-19

            C. Because of His unchanging love. Rom.5:8

II. He has compassion on us. Prov.28:13

            A. By giving victory over sin. Mt.12:20, Rom.8:37, Rom.7:24-25, 1Jn.5:4

            B. When He forgives, He forgets. Is.43:25     Mariana Trench

            C. Because of His unchanging love.  2Thess.2:16-17

III. He gives us truth.  Jn.14:6

            A. Christ is the Truth God gave. Jn.3:16

            B. The truth is He will forgive sin. 1Jn.1:9

            C. Because of His unchanging love. Gal.3:8-9, Eph.5:2

Con. You can be forgiven because God loves you. But you must repent of sin and ask for that forgiveness.








1John 4:16-21

June 19th, 2022 

Intro - How is love perfected? It is something that comes with spiritual growth. It's a process. As our faith grows so will our love.

I. It starts by having knowledge of God's love. (16,19)

            A. We believe what the bible says. Rom.5:8-10, 1Jn.4:10

            B. We receive Christ. Jn.1:12, 2Thess.2:10

            C. We abide in Christ. Jn.15:7-9

II. By understanding what God's love accomplishes. (17-18)

            A. It gives confidence because we trust what Christ has done. Rom.8:1-4

            B. It takes away fear because..

                        1. Christ has taken our punishment. Is.53:5-12

                        2. Christ makes us righteous. 2Cor.5:21,

                        3. God no longer condemns us. Rom.8:1, Rom.5:18, Jn.5:24

                        4. We eagerly await His return. Heb.9:28, Rev.22:17, 20       "Fear not,,.your King is coming"

III. By living out our love for God. (20-21)

            A. By our love for the unsaved. Ex.32:32, Rom.9:3

            B. By our love other believers. 1Jn.3:14

            C. By our love for Jesus. Jn.14:15

Con. - Trust Jesus completely, take Him at His word and your love will be perfected.






Joel 2:28-32

June 5th, 2022

Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday remembering the day the Holy Spirit was poured out on the believers in the upper room. Acts 2.  Some make the mistake of thinking that was the fulfillment of our text in Joel today.  However, we will see that they are two different events. Joel’s prophecy relates to a specific time.

I. When will this event take place?

            A. "After this" vs 20.  Eze.38:1-2, 8,15, 21-23, Eze.39:29

            B. After specific signs happen. (30-31)

            C. Jesus tells us when those signs happen. Matt.24:29

II. What will happen?

            A. An event just like Pentecost, "this is what". Acts 2:16 

            B. It will happen to the Jewish people "your".  Rev.7:4

III. How will they know this is the event?

            A. The signs in the sky. Rev.6:12

            B. The gifts of the Holy Spirit.

            C. Many will be saved. Rev.7:9-10

Con. This event will focus on the Jewish people. The day of Pentecost was God opening up salvation to the Gentile people. Have you responded to Peters words, "be saved". Acts 2:40



Romans 11:33-36

June 12th, 2022

Intro – Sovereign means one who has supreme power and authority. No one is higher in power or wisdom. God     is sovereign because he is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent. The God we worship is all             knowing, all powerful and is everywhere all the time!

I. He is sovereign with His riches.

            A. What is the most valuable thing you can have?  Eph.1:7, Ps.23:3

            B. It is given to us from Christ. Eph.2:7

            C. Nothing compares not even life itself. Matt.16:24-26

II. He is sovereign in His wisdom and knowledge.  Is.40:14

            A. We cannot know His mind. Is.55:8-9

            B. He gives wisdom to His children. Ps.119:66, 1Cor.2:6-8, Col.2:2-3

                        1. It is of great value to us. Prov.3:13-15

                        2. It starts with a right relationship to God. Prov.1:7, Lk.1:77       

III. He is sovereign in His judgements and His.

            A. We cannot advise God. Job 21:22

            B.  We cannot make deals with God. Job 41:11, Job 26:7-12

Con.  God is all powerful, all wisdom and knowledge come from God. To know Him is to know truth. All will someday give Him the glory that is due Him.


John 15:26-16:4

May 29th, 2022

Intro - It is important that we understand what the work of the Holy Spirit is in our walk with the Lord.

I. He bears witness of Jesus. -26

            A. He proclaims what Jesus has done for us through the Word.  Jn. 14:26

            B. Beware of those who go outside the Word of God.  Eph.6:11, 17

            C. What does scripture teach?

                        1. Jesus died to pay for our sin. Rom.5:8-9, 2Cor.5:21

                        2. He rose again to conquer death and the devil. Col.2:15, Mt.27:52-53, 1Cor.15:55, Jn.11:25

II. He empowers us to glorify Jesus. -27

            A. By what we say.  Lk.12:12

            B. By what we do.  Gal.5:22-25, Mt.5:16, 1Cor.10:31

            C. By conviction of sin. Jn.16:8

                        1. Be thankful for conviction. Mk.3:29

                        2. Respond biblically to conviction. Ps.51:7, 10-12

III. He prepares us for persecution. 16:1-4

            A. All true believers will suffer some kind of persecution. 2Tim.3:12

            B. The persecution will come from those who call themselves Christians. Acts.20:28-31, Mt.7:15, 22-23

Con. Stand firm on the Word of God. Don't let the false teachings of liberal preachers destroy your faith.

            Jn.1:1, 14





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