Sermons and Notes
Sermons and Series
My Year END RESOLUTION: Week 6
The Resolute Redeemer Part 2 • December 8, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
In the book of Joshua the history of the Children of Israel redeeming the promised land of Canaan is recorded. Within that saga is hidden an unexpected character from whom we can all be inspired to be resolute in redeeming the promises of the Lord.
My Year END RESOLUTION: Week 4
Commended to Grace - Part 2 • November 24, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
Our Year End Resolution to be doers of the Word cannot be accomplished without the grace of God operating in our lives. To some degree God’s grace is already at work, for no one can accept Christ as Savior without it (Eph. 2:8).
My Year END RESOLUTION: Week 3
Commended to Grace • November 17, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
Our resolution to be doers of the Word cannot be fulfilled without the grace of God. The Word, Faith, Wisdom and Grace are all a part of the blessing of walking with Christ. But we must learn to receive and apply them.
Babylon A.D.: Week 8
Standing or Falling • October 27, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah faced terrible things in Babylon, yet we are given very little indication that they lived in fear. Even though they were surrounded on all sides by people of different beliefs whom they couldn’t trust and were under constant threat and intimidation, they walked with faith, courage and hope in their God when facing Babylon.
Babylon A.D.: Week 7
THE EXTRAORDINARY SPIRIT • October 20, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
Daniel served under four world leaders in Babylon and continued to remain faithful to the Lord. He survived the overthrow of Babylon by the Persians and Medes and was given a high-ranking position of leadership within the new government.
Babylon A.D.: Week 6
Loading The Scale • October 14, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
We have come to know that King Nebuchadnezzar was the most powerful ruler in the earth, and this position was granted to him by God. Although Nebuchadnezzar was aware of this and acknowledged it, he persisted in a prideful heart until he was humbled by the hand of God and lost his mind for seven years (Dan. 4:28-33). It’s always better to be humbled by the Word of the Lord rather than the hand of the Lord.
Babylon A.D.: Week 1
Make Up Your Mind • September 8, 2018 • Pastor Joseph Sissac
Babylon was a powerful ancient city in 7th century B.C. The Bible is full of prophecies regarding both its rise and fall. In this series we will explore many of the parallels between ancient Babylon and our modern-day life and seek to learn from the experiences of God’s people living in a hostile world.