Sermons from Simple Church in Oxford, AL.
Sunday, December 27, 2020
Join us as we learn from the life of Job, the faithfulness of God and the promise He will never abandon His children. In uncertainty and pain, we learn to cling to truth instead of grappling to hold onto whatever makes us feel better. Truth sets us free, opens our eyes and challenges our souls, but it rarely "feels better".
"...do what is right, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God." -Micah 6:8
Sunday, December 20, 2020 -Romans
"Whom God chooses, He shows mercy. Whom God does not choose, He shows justice."
Romans 9:14-33; Exodus 9:13-16
Sunday, December 13, 2020 -Romans
God is sovereign. The God we serve is not bound to our standards, rules or logic. He sees beyond the here and now. He has a redemptive plan that is still in motion. The work is finished, but the plan is still unfolding. There will come a day when we have no more questions. Until then, we can rejoice in the opportunity to be His people through His supernatural work alone.
Romans 8:28-39- 9:1-13; Genesis 17:15-21
Sunday, December 6, 2020 -Romans
Suffering is a way God draws us to Himself. Paul teaches us that our pain and suffering do not compare to the glory that will be revealed to us one day. Although life, relationships and even following Christ will bring suffering in life, we suffer with hope. We are full of the promises and certianty that nothing we endure this side of Heaven will compare to the joy that awaits the believer when we see Christ.
Romans 8:18-30; Genesis 3:16-19
Sunday, November 29, 2020 -Romans
In our continued series of "Romans", Paul teaches followers of Christ that sin no longer has control. Because the Holy Spirit dwells within the heart of the believer, we are no longer helpless to live in sin. If the Spirit of Christ has joined with our spirit, we belong to and are led by Him.
Romans 8:5-17; Mark 14:32-36
Sunday, November 15, 2020 -Romans
Romans part XI
Romans 7:1-25; Revelation 1:12-19