Audio Sermon Recordings
 
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Revelation 12-18  – What does it mean to follow Christ in a world that so often seems opposed to the ways of Christ?
 
Revelation 4-5  – As the revelation to John begins, he receives a vision of God the Father and of Jesus as both lion and lamb that empowers us to escape temptation, enables us to endure tribulation, and motivates us to accomplish our mission.
 
Revelation 2-3  – As we read the letters written to the seven churches, Pastor Clint explains that they should be a call to us as well:  acknowledging our tepid Christianity, we can be emboldened and strengthened by God to do the work he has called us to do.
Holy Living in an Unholy World: Perspective – 05/12/19
 
Revelation 1:9-20  – At the beginning of God’s revelation to John, John sees Jesus in all of his glory, and then writes what is the most majestic portrait of Jesus that has ever been written. When we see Jesus in this way, we begin to see him as the unshakable foundation for our lives.
 
Revelation 1:1-8  – In this introduction to Revelation, Pastor Clint highlights the book’s primary purposes of hope and encouragement, and explains why its message is still as relevant today as it was to first-century Christians.
 
John 20:1-18  – When Mary Magdalene encountered the risen Jesus, it changed everything for her.  Pastor Clint shows how Jesus’ resurrection does the same thing for us.
 
Hebrews 9:11-14, 10:4, and John 19:30  – What did Christ mean when he said, finally, “It is finished”?  Truly understanding what it was that was finished, or accomplished, through Jesus Christ should have the profound effect of filling our hearts with unsurpassed joy!
 
Isaiah 53:4-6, Matthew 27:45-46  – Pastor Clint helps us to see that the abandonment felt by Jesus during this time of darkness on the cross was caused by no less than the full, crushing weight of our sins.  It is his sacrifice for us that allows us to cling to his model of faithfulness and righteousness, even as we experience our own times of darkness and in the midst of our feeling forsaken. 
 
John 19:26-27, 1 Peter 5:6-7  – Examining the intimate mother-son relationship between Mary and Jesus, Pastor Clint invites us to follow the devoted discipleship of Jesus’ mother and empty ourselves to the will and call of God.
 
Luke 23:32-34, 15:11-24a  –  Jesus’ first words from the cross speak to the primary purpose for his crucifixion:  asking for the very forgiveness his act of atonement provided us!  Pastor Clint draws a parallel between the prodigal son’s welcome by his father, and our return to the lavish love of God the Father through Jesus.