What does mean to say ‘Jesus is the Christ’? In this message from Zechariah 6, we dig deep into the good news that Jesus is the Priest-King. Outline The Crowning of the Priest‽ Jesus Our Priest-King (Hebrews 1:1-3) The Temple Builder God’s Living Temple (1 Peter 2:4-10)
Do you feel things are hopeless and you’re helpless? That the mountains of obstacles only ever look larger and harder? In this message from Zechariah’s vision, we hear a message of hope in God’s Spirit in difficult times. Outline Scene 6: God’s strengthening Spirit (Chapter 4) Scenes 7-9: God removes sin (5:1-6:8) By my Spirit! (Acts 2:32-33)
Our hope is in the living, risen Lord Jesus, who reconciles us with God, so we can share in his resurrection.
Have you ever found yourself underdressed for the occasion? As Zechariah’s vision continues, we’re confronted with the problem of filthy clothes—but God has an amazing solution and promise. Outline Dirty clothes in God’s courtroom (vv1-5) Promises of things to come (vv6-10) Our great high priest! (Hebrews 4:14-16) This sermon was prerecorded. Watch the video:
We love second chances—but what about God? Does he give second chances? In this message from the opening chapters of Zechariah we hear the good news of God’s promise to give something better than a second chance. Outline Context: no king and no temple (1:1) ‘Return to the LORD’ (1:2-6) Four Scenes of Overflowing Grace (1:7-2:13) God’s borderless city!
In the back of our minds we have the gnawing thought things are quite what they should be. In Ephesians 2 we hear God’s diagnosis, but the even better good news of grace (undeserved gift) in Jesus. Outline Diagnosis: Walking Dead (vv1-3) But God… (v4) made alive (v5) raised (vv6-7) It’s all a gift! (vv8-10)
Through Zephaniah, God warns the world of the judgment that will come. This is serious, but the good news is, God loves to save! Outline Context (1:1) God’s sweeping judgment (1:2-7) because of his people’s sin (1:8-2:3) because of the world’s sin (2:4-3:8) Singing for God’s Salvation! (3:9-20)
In this Resurrection Sunday message we hear what it means for Jesus to be the king who invites us to know him by name, calls us ‘brothers and sisters,’ and promises to be with us always. Outline King Jesus is risen (vv1-10) Mocking the king (vv11-15) King Jesus for the nations (vv16-20)
In this Good Friday message, we hear from Matthew’s gospel what it means for Jesus to be a king who serves by giving his life as a ransom for many. Outline The king is crowned The king’s kingdom The king’s ransom
Can anything stop God’s kingdom? Often followers of Jesus feel weak and broken—but in this final message from the book of Acts, we see how when we are weak, God is strong. Outline Strength in Weakness (vv11-16) Persevering despite hard hearts (vv17-28) Proclaiming Boldly and without Hindrance (vv30-31)