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The Call of Wisdom and the Call of Christ

Text: Proverbs 8-9
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: January 27, 2008

Many people think of Proverbs as a very practical “how to” book, but don’t see it as a book which contains much theology or gospel. This Sunday we will consider how the earnest call of Wisdom in Proverbs points to Christ.


In Whom Do You Trust?

Text: Jeremiah 17:5-10
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: January 20, 2008

Have you ever felt that you were drying up emotionally and spiritually? Do you ever think that if only certain people treated you differently your life would flourish? This week we will consider a classic text (Jeremiah 17:5-8) which teaches us to turn from putting our ultimate trust in men as we learn to put our sole hope in God.

Below are several questions to consider as you listen to this week’s sermon:

  • How was Judah guilty of trusting in men rather than God?
  • How is our nation guilty of putting their hope in men instead of God?
  • How is the church tempted to trust men rather than God?
  • How are you tempted to hope in other people when you should put your trust in God?
  • What are the consequences of trusting in men rather than God?
  • How, in practical terms, can you express your trust in God?
  • What are the benefits of trusting God?

Comforted by the Glorified Christ

Text: Revelation 1:17-18
Speaker: Curt Arend
Date: January 13, 2008

Many of us have low views of Christ and think lightly of our sin. When John was in the presence of Deity he became completely undone. Our sin and frailty come to the surface when we see something of the majestic holiness of Christ. In this week’s sermon we will consider the condescending goodness of the Lord Jesus in comforting John. In addition, we will see how John’s description of Jesus in this passage relates to the work He accomplished in His life, death, and resurrection.


The Attributes of God: God’s Glory

Text: Misc.
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: January 6, 2008

Here are a few questions to consider before listening to today’s sermon.

  • What is God’s glory?
  • In what sense is God beautiful?
  • How can we glorify God if He is already infinitely glorious?
  • How can our understanding of God’s glory help us to overcome sin and despair?

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