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Rudolph Lobo

1 Peter 1:3-5

Sermon: Hope and Joy in the Midst of Trials Bible Passage: 1 Peter 1:3-5 I. The apostle Peter strengthens troubled believers by showing them their hope based on God’s salvation, which in turn ignites a response of joy. This salvation is shown in its 3 dimensions: 1. God’s mercy in giving them new birth and a…

Mark 11:1-11

Sermon: Jesus the King Bible Passage: Mark 11:1-11 I. Observations from this passage: 1. Jesus is going to Jerusalem in preparation for the Passover and His crucifixion. This is His mission “He set His face like flint toward Jerusalem” 2. Before coming to the Mount of Olives, He was being addressed as “Son of David”…

Hebrews 12:1-2

Sermon: Endurance to the finish line Bible Passage: Hebrews 12:1-2 The writer of Hebrews encourages Christians to remain strong in their faith by looking to the ultimate example of endurance, Jesus Christ I. Look to God’s faithfulness in the lives of those gone before us (verse 1a) 1. The cloud of witnesses are past saints who…

Psalm 1

Sermon: The blessing of delighting in God’s Word Bible Passage: Psalm 1 Psalm 1 shows us two ways to live and the blessing for those who delight in God’s Word 1. A “blessed” person 2. The blessed person’s choices (verses 1-2) 3. The results of these choices (verses 3-4) 4. The outcome for the one…

Matthew 6:5-15

Sermon: The Lord’s Pattern for Prayer Bible Passage: Matthew 6:5-15 In this passage, Jesus teaches us how to pray by showing us wrong ways and right ways to pray. Verses 9-13 is “the pattern for prayer.” I. Two wrong ways to pray, which don’t receive the Father’s attention (verses 5 and 7): 1. Praying as…

Matthew 6:25-34

Sermon: Do not be anxious, you have a Father who cares Bible Passage: Matthew 6:25-34 Theme: Jesus Christ instructs His followers they need to be free of the anxieties of an uncertain life by trusting the Father’s special care for them so that they may wholeheartedly seek after God. I. Background to the Sermon on…

1 John 1:5-10

Sermon: Walk in the Light Bible Passage: 1 John 1:5-10 The joy of a relationship with God first requires an honest self-assessment I. “God is light” is the basis of your relationship with God II. Three wrong responses to “God is light” 1. Claiming to have what isn’t there 2. Claiming to not have what…

Hebrews 4:14-16

Sermon: Jesus, Our Great High Priest Bible Passage: Hebrews 4:14-16 I. In this passage, the author of Hebrews wants to encourage wavering Christians to strongly consider faithfulness to Jesus, because of His excellence and sufficiency II. Hebrews 4:14-16 give us some vital truths about Jesus as our High Priest that are meant to strengthen our…

Psalm 139; Hebrews 4:11-13

Sermon: Stand in the Light Bible Passage: Psalm 139; Hebrews 4:11-13 This psalm celebrates God’s knowledge of us and encourages us to allow God to examine and direct our lives I. God knows me completely (verses 1-6) a. In both the private and public life b. This knowledge involves encouragement and restraint c. It evokes…