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There are times when God feels so near to you than you could reach out and grab hold of Him. And yet, there are times when God feels distant. Like He has left you. And you are walking all alone. Join us today as we examine why Jesus pulls back and how He is using those moments to accomplish His good plan and His good purpose for our lives.…
 
Perhaps you have heard words like Marxism, Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality, and Wokeness, being thrown around like candy over the past year? Well, what do these terms mean? And how must a Christian think about concepts like this? Do we support them? Reject them? And if we reject them, what reasons should we have for doing so? Join The Sheph…
 
After the blind man received his sight, he was taken before the religious leaders who were supposed to pronounce him clean. Instead, they questioned him, ridiculed him, and eventually cast him out of the synagogue, which would have meant total religious and social isolation. His crime? He had been healed by Jesus and refused to quit speaking. No ma…
 
In John 9:6-12, Jesus heals a real man with a real struggle of lifelong blindness. But yet, under the surface of this passage is a metaphor for the Christian life. Join us as we examine these 7 verses and discover 7 ways this passage teaches us to be a Christian.
 
We are accustomed to hearing sermons about how to be saved, but we do not normally consider why we are saved. In today's passage, we will consider why Jesus came, why He saved us, and what that means for our life.
 
Today we take a brief introductory look at a Biblical theology of creation. How did creation begin? What was creation like when it fell? And how will Jesus bring about the redemption of creation (Both human redemption and the redemption of all things). Join us as we explore that theme together today.…
 
Different people respond to God in different ways. To use language from John 8, this is especially true of families. According to John 8, there are only two families on earth: the family of Satan and the family of God. Join us as we examine the final sermon from John 8, and look at how various people respond to Jesus Christ!…
 
How do you know if you are a child of God or a child of hell? Jesus divides the world into these two spiritual families in John 8:37-47, and He gives a four fold test to see which family you are in. As we will discover, the only way to be in the family of God is through the death, burial, resurrection, election, and adoption of Jesus Christ. His Go…
 
The Jews of John 8 believed that they were free and that they would receive the promises of Abraham by sheer virtue of their lineage. Yet, Jesus shows them that true freedom does not come through having the right ethnicity, but through having the right proximity, which is covenantal nearness to Christ. Join us today in John 8:33-36, as we examine h…
 
In this sermon, we examine the theological underpinnings of John 8:31-59, by looking at covenants. We will go back into the pages of the Old Testament to understand the five great covenants, and how the Gospel of John holds these covenants in tension. This week will be an overview of the entire Bible, and will serve as essential background for John…
 
Last week we covered how to go to hell in four easy steps. This week, we will review four ways that Christians are called to continue. We are called to continue in the faith. We are called to continue in obedience. We are called to continue in truth. And we care called to continue in Christian freedom. Join us today as we explore John 8:31-32!…
 
In today's passage, Jesus condemns the Pharisees to a seeking that will not result in finding and a life that will end in Spiritual death. Jesus lays out 4 simple reasons why the Pharisees will die in their sins and ultimately end up in hell. And, it is these same 4 truths that will condemn us today as well. Join us as we explore 4 easy steps to en…
 
As the Feast of Tabernacles was in it's final moments, and as the lamps overhead were burning out, Jesus cried out that He is the light of the world! He is the coming light that the Old Testament anticipated. He is the light that saves us, sanctifies us, and will glorify us to stand in His presence. And He is the light who makes us brightly shine f…
 
As John 7 comes to a dramatic close, Jesus is not the only one who is being rejected. Those who have even the slightest positive opinion of Him are being mocked, silenced, and eventually persecuted. We learn that all who love Christ will be hated by the world. Join us today, we we examine what it means to be rejected for Christ.…
 
In John 7:37-39, a passage on the Feast of Tabernacles, Christ intentionally, dynamically, and poignantly showed that He is the point of this feast! Join us as we consider what the feast of Tabernacles is, why it is important to our worship, and how Christ totally and completely fulfills it!
 
The crowds in Jerusalem not only rejected Jesus; He rejected them. And not only rejection, total condemnation. Jesus Christ, in John 7:25-36, barred the doors of heaven closed to the ones who had rejected Him. Where He was going... They COULD NOT COME. Join us as we examine what it means to be under the reprobation of God and how even that is good …
 
Underneath the text of John 7 (and frankly all scripture) is a persistent thread of covenant. God began the Bible with covenant. He pushes His story forward with covenants. And He writes the story of redemption through Christ, the King and fulfillment of all covenants. John us as we explore the covenant underpinning of John 7:19-23 and see how Jesu…
 
When Jesus entered Jerusalem in John 7, He did so unwelcomed. He was not heralded. He was not celebrated. He was even accused of being a law-breaker! In today's passage (verses 17-24) we will see how Christ defended that charge, then turned the tables on the Jews, showcasing that they, were in fact, the law breakers they had accused Him of being. A…
 
There are a myriad of ways to reject Jesus. In today's text we will examine 10 ways that Jesus was rejected by His own people in John 7:8-18 and then we will discuss how there is ONLY ONE way to rightly receive Him. And that is to accept His teaching and His Word! Join us as we examine these texts together!…
 
In John 7:1-9, Jesus faces 4 moments of crisis in His ministry that demonstrates who He truly is. He is not a man who is regulated by His flesh or the things of the world, He is a man who is regulated by the things of God, which gives us great hope. Because Jesus lived and died in perfect submission to the regulations of God, we can be saved. And n…
 
We live in a world that is filled with identity crises and moral confusion. The reason is that the world eagerly seeks to define their identities on everything but Jesus. But, thankfully, this is not true for the Christian! We have a brand new identity because of Jesus Christ, which propels us out of confusion and into understanding that will conti…
 
Peter reminds us that the Christian life is a calling to leave the world and to run into the Kingdom of God. This brings the people of God into a permanent posture of exile, knowing that this world is not our home, as we await our King to return and bring us into that better Kingdom. Join us this week as Pastor Scott helps us examine what living in…
 
As we close out John 6, it is clear that Jesus' words were not received by everyone. In fact, many left Jesus because they were offended. Join us today as we examine how the Word of God offends everyone. Some are offended and abandon Christ. Some are offended and repent. Who are you?
 
Jesus has proven His Kingship unmistakably. Now on Sunday He has risen, His Kingdom has come, and He is prepping His followers to understand what it means to be His slaves and citizens in His Kingdom. Join us as we examine the same in Matthew 28 this Resurrection Morning!
 
The unmistakable theme running through the events of Holy Week is that one Kingdom was going to fall into total ruin while another Kingdom would rise to eternal life, power, and dominion. And at the center of both of these Kingdoms hangs a crucified savior on a Roman cross. In His death He brought an end to the kingdom of old, to the temples, sacri…
 
The plain and obvious fact of the Gospel of John is that Jesus is King. But along the way, the Jewish leadership is offended by Him, the crowds misunderstand Him, and even His disciples are totally confused by Him. Join us on this Palm Sunday as we witness the kind of King Jesus claimed to be. King forever!…
 
Jesus preaches a three part sermon in Capernaum in John 6:43-58. In that sermon He explains the truth of salvation, that we are drawn to Christ by God (v. 43-44), drawn to obedience to Christ (v. 45-47), and in today's passage He tells us that we are drawn to feast on Jesus! Join us today as we consider what it means to be fed by Christ and to be e…
 
The Lord dragged us into salvation so that we will obey. We do not obey to be accepted by God. But, for all those who have been accepted by Him, the Lord will cause them and help them to obey. Join us today as we examine what God says about obedience. Join us as we examine John 6:44-47.
 
How does a man or woman become saved? Is it through human effort? Human wisdom? And human power? Or is it entirely a work of God alone? Join us today as we see how God, by His own power alone, chooses, purchases, draws, awakens, enlivens, justifies, and sanctifies His people. Join us as we examine John 6:44 together!…
 
The story of man is a long winding tale of men and women who incessantly complain and constantly grumble. We are the kind of people who minimize our God and maximize ourselves, and when we do that, we always grumble. Join us this week as we explore what grumbling is, why our grumbling provokes the righteous wrath of God, and how Christ is our only …
 
The same crowds who attempted to force Jesus into being their king, now stand back and listen to Jesus' explanation of salvation. Jesus teaches us in John 6:30-40 that there are two kinds of faith. Authentic, God-honoring, faith. And everything else is counterfeit. Join us today as we examine what counterfeit Christianity is, how is is impotent to …
 
What does it mean to work? What is work? Why did God create it? And how is Christ redeeming it? Join us today as we zoom into a conversation between Jesus and the crowds which teaches us so much about how God desires for us to work!
 
In today's passage, John demonstrates the most elegant contrasts that give us clarity about who Christ is. He is the one who pursues believers, but purposefully abandons the wicked. He is the one who reveals Himself and gives wisdom to those who are His, yet leaves the wicked in their error. And He is the one who will bring His people safe to shore…
 
After Jesus feeds the crowd of five thousand, the crowd turns to Him to make Him King by force. In this move, they showcase the kind of kingdom they anticipate Jesus to be bringing, Not the Kingdom of God, but the Kingdom of politics, monarchies, and nations. In this, they also showcase the state of their heart, which has been given over to a parti…
 
Learning about God and gaining insight to who He is does more than increase you knowledge base. Knowing God kills despair in our life, it fuels hope, and ignites our praise. Join us as we consider this theme from Psalm 29 and learn with us on how to live a hope-filled, fear-free, joyful life that does not end!…
 
In John 6:1-13, Jesus did far more than feed five thousand hungry people, He showcased definitively that He was and is God! Like His Father who rested the 12 tribes of Israel, Jesus tested His disciples. Like Yahweh who rained down bread to feed His people from heaven, Jesus multiplied bread to feed God's people. And Just like God, who always gives…
 
While the message of the cross, a crucified God, might be foolishness to those who are perishing, this message is the very wisdom of God. This message is the power of God. And this message is how we come to boast in God! Join us this week as we consider Paul's words to the Corinthian church together!…
 
In this final message in our series on Isaiah, we look at the end goal of Jesus' coming. He did not just come to be born. He came to die. And not only to die, but to rise again. And in that resurrection, to establish a kingdom. And with that kingdom, to take back the world! Join us today as we look at Jesus' Kingdom and what that means for us!…
 
In the midst of a nation spiraling into decline, God announces the birth of His one and only Son. A Son who will replace the wicked kings of Jerusalem, who will set up a better Kingdom than Judah, and who will inaugurate all of the promises of God through His incarnation. 2000 years ago this great King was born. But, He was announced long before th…
 
At the heart of Christmas is the in-breaking of God's holy light, for we know that in Christ, that heaven's true light has come into this dark world. Join us as we explore the prophecy of light that was given by Isaiah to the people who were living in great darkness and join us as we joyfully celebrate all that Christ has done for us today!…
 
In our second week of Christmas in Isaiah, we will examine one of the most notable and incredible prophecies in all of the Bible. Isaiah 7:14 says, "Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, the virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and she will name Him Immanuel." Join us this week as we examine the depth and beauty found in…
 
Long before the events of Christmas morning, before a star led wisemen to the King, before the heavenly hosts heralded the messianic birth to nearby shepherds, before the virgin conceived, and before Gabriel announced it, Isaiah the prophet foretold it. He heralded the hope of Christmas in a particular setting and scene, and understanding that, wil…
 
In week 2 of our mission series we discuss the second half of The Shepherd's Church mission statement, which covers how we are called to give glory to God. And that is through the preaching, singing, hearing, and doing of God's Word! Join us this week as we examine that mission more deeply.
 
The mission of The Shepherd's Church is this: "We exist to glorify God together, through the preaching, singing, hearing, and doing of God's Word". This week we revisit the first part of that mission, which is "glorifying God together".
 
What do you do when the love of God grows cold in your heart? According to our passage today, you must first remember who God is and all that He has done for you, and then, you must use all of that mental energy to fuel you to repentance. Join us today, on this special episode of the podcast, as we examine this text together.…
 
Surrounded by a hostile mob who is seeking His death, Jesus responds with with 4 lines of evidence to prove His innocence. He also brings major damning accusations against the religious elite, and in the end, pronounced their judgment. Join us today as we examine the testimony of Christ and see how this testimony is good news for God's elect today!…
 
In Corinth, we see the damaging results of the party spirit, which left that church deeply divided. Unfortunately, we see that same phenomenon ripping the church apart today. Join us as we examine Paul's letter to the Corinthians, as we look at the characteristics of division, the foolishness of division, and the cure for division, which is the Gos…
 
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