1 Peter 1:22-25 Gospel Reminders for Uncertainty

Matthew 28:19-20 The Mission Of The Church

Ephesians 3:20-21 The Church's Chief End

Racism An Objective Moral Evil

Jesus Christ and His Gospel is the worlds only hope at defeating racism. Watch or listen and see why.

Isaiah 6:1-8: A Pattern For Worship

Sermon Snapshot: Isaiah is overcome by a vision of the LORD. God reveals Himself in a way that not only reveals who He is but also reveals the truth of who Isaiah really is. God then changes Isaiah which readies him to be sent and to respond with commitment.

Psalm 2: Kiss The Son

Psalm two reveals components of God's character and nature that have been nearly banished from the modern evangelical church. The irony is that without understanding who God really is we cannot fully comprehend or appreciate the grace that He shows us. Psalm 2 reveals the glory of God in judgment and grace.

Matthew 28:16-20 The Great Commission Part 3: Rest In Jesus' Presence

How can we unleash the missionary potential of the church? The answers are found in The Great Commission. In Part 3, we see that we are to rest in Jesus' presence. www.heredeems.com Redeemer Community Church of Cache is a Reformed Baptist Church in friendly cooperation with The Southern Baptist Convention, serving the greater Lawton/Ft.

Matthew 28:16-20 The Great Commission Part 2: Obey Jesus' Authority

How can we unleash the missionary potential of the church? The answers are found in The Great Commission. In Part 2, we see that we must obey Jesus' command. www.heredeems.com Redeemer Community Church of Cache is a Reformed Baptist Church in friendly cooperation with The Southern Baptist Convention, serving the greater Lawton/Ft.

Matthew 28:16-20 The Great Commission Part 1: Rely on Jesus' Authority

How can we unleash the missionary potential of the church? The answers are found in the The Great Commission. In Part 1 we see that we must rely on Jesus' authority.
 

Ephesians 1:19-23 Immeasurable Power

Paul wants the Ephesians to know the immeasurable power of God toward them and so that they might understand this incredible power he gives them an example. The resurrection and exaltation of Jesus demonstrated this power to the world.

Matthew 26:36-46 Jesus In The Garden

In this sermon we see three a actions of The Savior in the garden. Philip breaks down the great work of Jesus, the obedient Son of God, as He prays to His Father in the garden on the night of His betrayal.

Matthew 8:5-13 Surprising Faith

In this text Jesus encounters a gentile centurion who surprisingly displays incredible faith in Jesus. Jesus marvels at His faith and teaches the disciples that while many come from the east and the west and recline at his table with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the sons of the kingdom will be cast out.

Isaiah 1:18-20 The Great Invitation

Isaiah 1:18-20 contains one of the great invitations in the Bible. God calls His people to repentance and cleansing from sin. They are stained beyond repair and guilty. They must come to the One who can cleanse them and make them white as snow.

 

Sanctity Of Human Life

This sermon exposes the truth of abortion. When we take a step back and examine abortion scientifically and philosophically we find that the pro-choice logic and position is immoral. But more importantly, the Bible speaks with supreme authority on the issue of life and personhood rendering abortion immoral.

2 Timothy 2:1-4: Faithful Ministry

In this text Paul exhorts young Timothy in three things he must do to be a faithful minister of the Gospel. Today, the world has it's opinions of faithfulness which is often in direct opposition to God's Word. Such is the case in these verses. www.heredeems.com

John 4:43-54: Joy For A Broken World

In this sermon in Psalm 98 we are given great cause for joy and rejoicing. God has become the salvation of His people. Jew and Gentle alike are called into this worship with the entire created order being caught up in praising God for what He has done. www.heredeems.com

1 Peter 1:1-2 The Election That Matters For Eternity

In this sermon on 1 Peter 1:1-2 we see the only election that matters for eternity. Peter writes to Christians living in the Roman Empire and encourages them to persevere in a hostile culture and to endure growing persecution. He starts his letter off by reminding them of their true identity and how they came about it.

Romans 1:16  Unashamed of the Gospel

In this sermon on Romans 1:16 we see why Paul is eager to preach the Gospel in Rome. Preaching the Gospel has certainly brought persecution and public shaming to Paul's life; but Paul is unashamed of the Gospel. He knows that in the message of the Gospel lies the very power of God to salvation.

2 Corinthians 2:14-17 "Peddlers of God's Word" A Reformation Sunday Sermon

The need for reformation of todays churches could not be more obvious. In 2 Corinthians 2:14-17, we see contrasted Paul as a true preacher, and those that are not. He calls them peddlers of God's word. These peddlers still exist and are more abundant than ever.

Genesis 22:1-14 The Lord Provides

In this sermon on Genesis 21 we see what real faith in action looks like. Abraham, we are told, was a man of faith. He believed God's promises. He took God at his word. But when the time of testing came, Abraham put his faith into action. www.heredeems.com

Psalm 16: How To Really Live

No one has the life goal of existing until you slip away into death. We desire to really live. But what is the key to really living? Psalm 16 shows us how we can really live by being secure in God. We gain security in life and in death because of what God has done in Christ.

Psalms 42 & 43 Fight For Joy

Periods of depression and sadness are common even amongst the champions of the Christian faith such as Luther, Calvin, and Charles Spurgeon. Even David, a man after God's own heart, battled depression and periods where he felt far from God. Philip expounds Psalms 42 and 43, showing us the keys to fighting for Joy in Christ.

1 Corinthians 11:17-34: The Lord's Supper

1 Peter 5:1-4 Faithful Shepherds

Is a pastor some sort of CEO leading a local group of Christians? Many people would have you believe that. However, when God's Word informs our understanding of what a Pastor is a much different picture emerges. This sermon discusses what a faithful pastor is. www.HeRedeems.com
In this sermon on 1 Corithians 11:17-34 Paul addresses issues related to abuses regarding The Lord's Supper. If we are not careful we can commit the same underlying sin of the Corinthians Church. The Lord's Supper is where our independence and individualism dies. www.heredeems.com

Galatians 2:20: Crucified With Christ

Paul describes the Gospel in a most personal fashion in this verse. He (Paul) says that he has been crucified with Christ. The doctrine of unification with Christ explains to us vital truths of the Christian faith. www.heredeems.com

EXODUS 3

What do you believe about God? How did you acquire these beliefs? This sermon series means the difference between heresy and truth. At the burning bush in Exodus 3 God reveals Himself to Moses. This sermon examines this encounter and seeks to answer the question: Who is God? www.heredeems.com
Who is God? In this sermon on Exodus 3 we discover that God's fundamental nature can be described as covenantally faithful. His Divine Name reveals more of who He is as well. We also learn of God's unfolding of redemption through covenant and how this ultimately leads to and culminates on Jesus Christ.

 

Isaiah 53 

Isaiah predicts with striking clarity the rejection, suffering, death, and vindication of Jesus. In this sermon we see that His rejection was total, and His suffering was substitutionary. In your suffering, remember that Jesus alone understand the true depths of sorrow and pain caused by a fallen world. www.heredeems.com
This sermon on Isaiah 53 focuses on verses 7-12. 700 years ago Isaiah prophesied that Jesus would not only suffer, but that he would die. He died like no one else in history. Identifying himself with and fully substituting himself for the guilty he walks, fully within the will of God through his unjust trial, all the way to death.

Did you celebrate Christmas and miss what it is really all about? The 5 W's of the Christmas story will unpack the real meaning of this special day. www.heredeems.com

The Lord's Supper:  Luke 22:14-20 

The institution of The Lord's Supper by Jesus is a pivotal moment in redemptive history. For this study, three observations are made which are essential for the Christian life. www.heredeems.com

AFFIRMATION FOR GOD'S PEOPLE: REVELATION 1:4-8

The theme of Revelation is the victory of Christ. God will bring back the Garden, which will encompass all of creation. All evil will be trampled under the foot of the King of Kings. This book has brought great comfort and affirmation to God's people throughout history.

Part two reveals to us two more affirmations for God's people. The theme of Revelation is the victory of Christ. God will bring back the Garden, which will encompass all of creation. All evil will be trampled under the foot of the King of Kings.

 

Just and the Justifier: Romans 3:21-26

The great truth of how we are justified by God is found here in Romans 3:21-26. These verses in Romans are as Martin Luther said: " The chief point... of the Bible." Every age needs to continue the Reformation.

Kingdom Inauguration: Luke 4:16-30

Jesus inaugurates the Messianic Kingdom,which is promised in the Old Testament, with a public reading of the Isaiah scroll and the announcement: "Today this scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing." www.heredeems.com

 

WHAT NOW CHRISTIANS? 

Friday, June 26th, was a historic day for Western culture. Homosexuality was legalized in all 50 states. How should Christians react to this decision? How do we maintain our commitment to the faithfulness of Scriptures while at the same time seeking to advance the Gospel in a culture that is now Post-Christian?

Selfless Service

Jesus flips the entire worldly system of power and service upside down with His incredible description of who He is and why He came.


The End Of All Things

How should the Christian live in a world that is becoming more and more hostile to the Christian? Peter gives the early church instructions on precisely that. These instructions transcend all time and are extremely relevant for today. www.heredeems.com