'glory' Tagged Sermons
Psalm 95 Everyone is made to worship. It is what we do and who we are. The world is NOT divided into people who worship and people who don’t worship. It is divided into people who worship created things and those who worship the Creator (Rom 1:25). You were created by God, for God, to give glory to God. “God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him!” –…
Psalm 84 Our inconsolable human longing is evidence that we were made to see, savor and show the riches of God’s Glory.
1Timothy 2:8-15 Our sexuality is not incidental, or unimportant, or a curse, or a burden. Our manhood and womanhood were created by the perfect love and infinite wisdom of our brilliant Father. When you own your manhood and womanhood through the clarifying lens of God’s Word you bring God much glory and experience much joy.
John 1:19-34 Nothing has the power to transform your life like intimacy with God. Intimacy with God is enjoying the riches of God’s Glory (His indescribable greatness and unimaginable goodness). In this text we see some very deep changes in John the Baptist. If that is true about him, though he knows very little about the coming of the Messiah compared to us, even more…
Jn. 1:1-18; Lk. 2:1-20; Mt. 2:1-121. Christmas is about light coming into our world of hopelessness through the birth of Jesus Christ the Lord. 2. Christmas is about life coming into our world of death through the birth of Jesus Christ the Lord. 3. Christmas is about glory coming into our world of emptiness through the birth of Jesus Christ the Lord.
John 1:14-18 We were created by God, for God, to See, Savor, and Show the Glory of God. Nothing is more life-liberating and soul-satisfying than enjoying the riches of God’s glory. The Glory of God is His Indescribable Greatness and Unimaginable Goodness. God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him.
Exodus 34-36 Generosity isn’t something that God wants FROM US, but something he wants FOR US. He wants us to be so consumed with His Glory that we move instinctively in gratitude with Generous Hearts and Hands to a world of need around us. A heart that truly understands the gospel overflows with gratitude and generosity. If you don’t feel that way, then you probably…
Exodus 32-33 Westminster Shorter Catechism: Q. 1. What is the chief end of man? A. Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy Him forever. God’s glory is best displayed in lives that are most satisfied in Him. No topic brings you greater healing, wholeness and happiness then beholding God’s Glory and no topic brings with it more spiritual warfare.
Exodus 29:43-31:18 We were created to enjoy the riches of God’s Glory. Man’s rebellion against God is the cause of our brokenness. Beholding the glory of God, we become Whole. What are the marks of people who are becoming Whole (Healthy/Holy)?
Exodus 12:1-51 Freedom isn’t doing whatever you want to do, it’s doing what you were created to do. You were created to enjoy the riches of God’s Glory. The Gospel is our declaration of dependence on God and His declaration of our freedom in Him