Sunday sermons from Calvary Chapel of Delaware County
Navigating the Trajectory of Life: A Study of Joseph
Joseph was a lot more like you and me than we think.
He is one of the most unique characters in Genesis. He never audibly heard the voice of God, was never visited by an angel, and yet his role is still so important.
The God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Me
The Christian life is not easy. But we serve the God of the living, which means He is with us and for us!
The same God that had mercy on Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob also wants to have a real, personal relationship with you and me! He has been here all along and maybe we didn't even know it.
Love: The Essence of Man's Relationship to God
The longer you walk with God, the longer the foundations will be kicked out.
There is a God who is love...who is NOT defined by the success of this world, but by the sacrifice of His Son to save the world. This is demonstrated through Abraham and his son Isaac in Genesis 22. We know that this love was fully revealed later by the finality of the cross.
The Call of Abraham and the Birth of the Nation of Israel
God longs to do a work and He longs to use us, imperfect humans, to carry out that work.
Often times, God chooses one man or woman to build a team that unifies and supports the call that has been placed on the heart of that one person. How cool that He desires to call and use us!
Finding Grace In Judgement
"But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord." Genesis 6:8
Noah was not perfect...he was human and just as sinful as any other and yet the Lord had favor on him and his family in the days of the flood. As bible-believing Christians, we believe that there will come a day when the Son of Man will come again to judge the earth for all of her unrighteousness. What can we do in these days to prepare?
Create in Me a Clean Heart O God
There is a great need for repentance. We need to get to a place where our hearts are broken with the broken hearted and desperate for a healing of our land so that the Lord can have His way in our Nation.