Sermons by Jason McNutt

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Confession

Psalm 32 Christians have all of these great beliefs, yet the beliefs we have don’t automatically produce changed character. Beliefs have to be turned into character through practices. This week we look at confession.

Reading Scripture

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Psalm 119 Christians have all of these great beliefs, yet the beliefs we have don’t automatically produce changed character. That’s the reason there are so many people who profess Christianity who are just as selfish and as messed up as everybody else. Beliefs have to be turned into character through practices. Here are your beliefs; […]

Christmas Gifts

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Luke 2:8-15 Into the world, on a nondescript night, in a small town grown weary with oppression and centuries of unfulfilled prophetic expectation, in an obscure shelter no one would have thought to look for him, in the care of poor, nonresident parents, came God the Son.

The Light of Advent

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John 1:1-14 Two thousand years ago when God shined His light into the world to deal with the darkness, after that we are still waiting for Him to put a total end to the darkness—and that will come at the next Advent when Jesus returns. And we know that the Gospel is the deepest solution […]

Advent 2017: Finding Hope

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Matthew 1:18-25 “Waiting is part of life. Waiting is our destiny. As creatures who cannot by themselves bring about what they long for, we wait in darkness for a flame we cannot light. We wait in fear for a happy ending we cannot right. We wait for a ‘not yet’ that feels like a ‘not […]

Soli Deo Gloria: God’s Glory Alone

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Romans 11:33-36 “From Him, through Him and to Him” is really the essence of the Christian life. And an opposite mentality – “from me, through me, and to me” – is the fundamental problem with mankind and why hell exists. So let’s use this framework to look at these verses and the glory of God.

Solus Christus: Christ Alone

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Hebrews 1:1-4 Christ means “anointed one”. In the Old Testament there were three offices anointed: prophet, priest and king. We will look this morning at how Jesus fulfills all three roles and stands alone as our Prophet, Priest and King.  

Sola Scriptura: Scripture Alone

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2 Timothy 3;14-17 The Reformers consistently proclaimed that as the Word of God, Scripture alone is our highest authority and the standard by which we must interpret all knowledge and truth. Scripture does not claim to contain everything we want to know, but it contains everything we need to know for life. Who am I? […]

Tale of Two Kingdoms

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Jonah 4:5-11 You have to understand that between the already of your conversion and the not yet of your home going – life is war. Understanding that war will tell you a lot about yourself and tell you a lot about what God is doing in your life.

Having the Heart of God

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Jonah 4:1-4 The struggle Jonah is having is not that he is disappointed in God. That is simply an effect of something much deeper. Jonah is disappointed because Jonah does not want what God wants.