Sermons on Salvation

Sermons on Salvation

2 Timothy 1:8-18

SERIES: Entrusted with the Gospel The Fellowship of the Unashamed SPEAKER:  Michael P. Andrus                             Introduction:  Last Lord’s Day Pastor Josh shared with us very poignantly about how he could relate to Timothy, the young protégée of the Apostle Paul to whom he addresses this powerful personal letter we know as 2 Timothy.  Josh saw in Timothy’s background some of the same family of origins issues which he himself experienced, namely the absence of a godly father in the home.  While Paul praises Timothy’s mother…

Acts 16

The Most Important Question in the World Introduction:  There is a question that is upon every thinking person’s mind, but inhibitions prevent many people from putting it into words.  It’s the question being asked by thousands of people who are laid off from their jobs.  It’s the question on the lips of countless farmers who are facing bankruptcy.  It’s the question facing thousands of refugees, drug addicts, and alcoholics.  I’ll guarantee it’s being asked by everyone who has contracted aids.  And, most importantly, it is the…

2 Thessalonians 2:13-3:5

The Return of the King Before I begin today’s sermon I want to express my deep gratitude for all the cards, thoughts, conversations, and prayers expressed to me and my family in the days following the death of my mother. We rejoice in the wholeness that she experiences in the Lord’s presence, although we do miss her. The site of mom’s burial is just a quarter mile away from the farm on which I grew up. That proximity helped to…

Galatians 6:11-18

The Heart of Our Faith Introduction:  It’s been a long and somewhat methodical journey through the Epistle of Paul to the Galatians.  Six chapters in six months!  But it’s been an exciting trip.  The topic of God’s grace is dealt with so forcefully and effectively in this book that one cannot escape the overwhelming truth that no matter how great and noble one’s effort, no matter how carefully one observes religious rules and regulations, no one can get right with God or stay right…