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Sermons from Frontline Church, North Carolina. We aim to be a faithfully present
people who know CHRIST and make Him known.

    SERMON | 'Gospel Remedy for Inwardly Bent Hearts' | Romans 7:17-8:3

    SERMON | 'Gospel Remedy for Inwardly Bent Hearts' | Romans 7:17-8:3

    The sermon delves into the ongoing internal & continuous battle against sin within believers, even amidst divine grace, while emphasizing the power of the gospel to redirect hearts towards Jesus. Additionally, the sermon underscores the importance of community in shaping believers' understanding of the gospel, urging honesty and vulnerability among believers to foster genuine transformation rooted in Christ.

    • 29 min
    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 13 'God’s Favor, Saul’s Anger & Friendship Bound by Covenant' | 1 Samuel

    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 13 'God’s Favor, Saul’s Anger & Friendship Bound by Covenant' | 1 Samuel

    The sermon explores the tumultuous dynamic between David and Saul, highlighting Saul's jealousy and God's continuous favor toward David. Amidst adversity, David finds solace in his deep friendship with Jonathan, whose unwavering loyalty serves as a poignant example of sacrificial love. Ultimately, the sermon draws parallels between this earthly friendship and the eternal friendship offered by Jesus Christ, inviting listeners to find fulfillment and solace in friendship with Him.

    • 39 min
    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt 12. 'Do You Believe That You Have All You Need?' | Psalm 23

    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt 12. 'Do You Believe That You Have All You Need?' | Psalm 23

    Our first Psalm in the Warrior Poet series was written by David either in the middle of hardship or reflecting on his sufferings. In the Psalm we see that the Lord is our caring shepherd and gracious host... so why are we so discontent? John Murphy points us to Philippians 4, the New Testament parallel to Psalm 23, to show that only through Jesus does God lead us by peaceful streams in the midst of the darkest valley.

    • 39 min
    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 11 'David & Goliath' | 1 Samuel 17

    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 11 'David & Goliath' | 1 Samuel 17

    Guest preacher Chad Kincer leads us through the familiar story of David and Goliath and reminds us that we, like the Israelites, desperately need a good and mighty king to defeat the enemies of God on our behalf. As God sends a rescuer to his people, we are reminded that God is not ashamed of our darkness, weakness, or need, but actually moves toward us because of these things. We see in this passage the entire story of the Bible in miniature: the Spirit anointed savior defeats the evil serpent that brings death and destruction to God's people.

    • 41 min
    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 10 'God's Provision When All Hope Is Lost' | 1 Samuel 16

    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 10 'God's Provision When All Hope Is Lost' | 1 Samuel 16

    In the story of a seemingly hopeless Israel, we see that God is on the move even when it seems that all is lost. Saul has failed as king, so God sends Samuel to anoint a new king in Israel. We see as Samuel goes to the house of Jesse to anoint David that where we tend to look for impressive folks, God looks at the heart. Through providing David as the next king over Israel, who ultimately points to Jesus, we know that God provides a king for his people... and a good king is what we need.

    • 34 min
    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 9 'King Saul & the Problem of Gospel Amnesia' | 1 Samuel 13-15

    SERMON | Warrior Poet | Pt. 9 'King Saul & the Problem of Gospel Amnesia' | 1 Samuel 13-15

    King Saul forgets the Lord's rightful place as King of kings, he directly disobeys God's commands, and hears from God's prophet, Samuel, that the kingdom will be taken away from him. In Saul's failure as king and self-deception he shifts blame, tries to "religiously" justify himself, and minimizes his sin. Like Saul, we often forget the Lord in "gospel amnesia." Our hope is that Jesus, the true and better King, has gone before us and sent his Spirit as the Helper.

    • 47 min

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