'freedom' tagged sermons

Living for eternity: 3 of 5: The Faithful Servant

Luke 12:35-48 Is making Jesus our master right? Is it worth it? How can we keep serving him when our hearts feel cold toward him? This passage shows us a Jesus who it’s not only right to serve, but who can be trusted as master. Jesus is the only master who always serves his people- now and into eternity. Whether you’ve been serving Jesus a long time, or weighing it up for yourself. This talk is for you.

Freedom: 3 of 3: Set free from death

Revelation 1:17-18 The other day I found myself staring at a gravestone inscribed with the words, ‘In loving memory. Taken from us on Friday 7th July 2045’. According to the calculations of the online Death Clock, I have just 11,077 days left. The headstone was mine. Sooner or later that day will indeed come. What hope is there?

Freedom:‭ ‬1‭ ‬of‭ ‬3:‭ ‬Set free from sin‭

Revelation‭ ‬1:5-6‭ In his‭ ‬1941‭ ‬State of the Union address President Roosevelt famously proposed‭ ‬4‭ ‬fundamental freedoms that people everywhere in the world ought to enjoy:‭ ‬freedom of speech,‭ ‬of worship,‭ ‬from want,‭ ‬from fear.‭ ‬Freedom matters to us as people.‭ ‬But does it matter to God‭? ‬And if so,‭ ‬what is he doing about it‭?