Articles Posted in the " sermon " Category

  • Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

    Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

    A husband promises to love and to cherish his wife, but would he keep this promise if his wife was unfaithful? Not so with Christ, who, like Hosea, kept his promise, even to an adulterous Bride: he “loved the church and gave himself up for her.”


  • Jesus the Extreme Street Preacher

    Jesus the Extreme Street Preacher

    “Think positively, because I’m here to talk with you and walk with you along life’s narrow way. Give me all your tears of sadness and all your years of pain, and you’ll enter into life in my name. By being strong-willed, you will be able to overcome the obstacles of a long and winding, dry and hot desert road and arrive at your blessed assurance. Now you can testify that I’m alive because I live within your heart. Then, because I’m a loving and healing Bro, you can be happy and blest, praising your Savior all the day long.”


  • God’s Grace for His Own Special Possession

    God’s Grace for His Own Special Possession

    Paul connects three of his major themes in his epistles: God’s grace in election, redemption and sanctification. We are his own chosen possession, redeemed and cleansed from all our sins and uncleannesses, and as elect and redeemed people, we are to live godly and righteous lives in this present age while waiting for our blessed hope in the age to come.


  • “Be Careful What You Wish For” (Numbers 14)

    “Be Careful What You Wish For” (Numbers 14)

    “You wish to go back to Egypt? Then you shall go back in the direction of the Red Sea where you started your march. You wish to die in the wilderness? Then you shall die in the wilderness. Do you fear that your children will be slaves in Canaan? Then your children will be shepherds in the desert for 40 years.”



  • How Pilgrims Persevere in Suffering

    How Pilgrims Persevere in Suffering

    In 1 Peter 4:12-19, the apostle reminds us that as pilgrims in this fallen world, we are not to be surprised, we are not to be ashamed, and we are not to doubt God’s faithfulness when sufferings come. This was how believers throughout history endured unimaginable sufferings.


  • Christianity and Politics

    Christianity and Politics

    As the McCain-Obama and Palin-Biden debates are still in our minds, there are a couple of White Horse Inn broadcasts that might be of benefit to Christians in thinking about the coming elections.


  • “Obsessed with Rapture”

    “Obsessed with Rapture”

    Does the Bible teach the idea of a secret rapture before a 7-year tribulation period? What is the origin of this view? White Horse Inn hosts discuss various end-times scenarios, and evaluate them with the light of Scripture.




  • Psalm 98 vs “Shout to the Lord”

    Psalm 98 vs “Shout to the Lord”

    Contemporary evangelical music was the highlight of last Wednesday’s “American Idol” show when contestants sang the first line of “Shout to the Lord” as “My shepherd, my savior,” instead of “My Jesus, my Savior.”


  • A Thanksgiving of Fasting and Oysters

    A Thanksgiving of Fasting and Oysters

    “Imagine a Thanksgiving Day without Pilgrims. No turkey, no cranberries, no happy celebrations with family and friends crammed around the extended dining-room table. Picture this instead: a solemn day of fasting, meditation and introspection, followed by a light meal of roasted oysters or Virginia ham.”