Sermons by Rod Bunton (Page 2)

Sermons by Rod Bunton (Page 2)

Three Exalting Truths about Christ

John 1:3-8 In the introductory verses of his gospel, John continues to teach about the nature of Jesus. Pastor Rod Bunton discusses three truths about Jesus that show why he should be exalted by the world.

He Was in the Beginning with God

John 1:1-2 In the first two verses of John’s gospel account, he teaches some amazing and critically necessary doctrines. Pastor Rod Bunton examines three important things taught by John that we must believe to be Christians.

The Deity of Christ

John The Gospel account from John was written so that we may know that Jesus is the Messiah and also the son of God. Pastor Rod Bunton begins a new series in the book of John and, through a quick survey, highlights the theme which occurs throughout.

Growing Old Gracefully

Ecclesiastes 12:1-8 Growing old, if we are granted the opportunity, can be challenging. Pastor Rod Bunton spends time reviewing the benefits and dangers we face as we desire to glorify God in the process of growing old.

Living by Faith in an Evil World

Habakkuk When life is confusing and difficult, when the world doesn’t make sense, turn to the Lord! Pastor Rod Bunton looks at the lessons from the prophet Habakkuk who asked God pressing questions about evil in the world and the Lord’s response caused Habakkuk to rejoice in song.

From Reconciliation to Ambassadors

2 Corinthians 5:18-21 Even though, as sinners, we offend God, He is the one that offers reconciliation. Pastor Rod Bunton explains why God does this and what responsibility we have as believers after we are reconciled.

Final Warning: Only Believe the Source of Truth

2 Peter 3:15b-18 In closing his second letter, Peter sums up the point of his message. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes his teaching on this book by reminding us that Christians should be wary of false teachers and follow only the teaching of the apostles who were led by the Holy Spirit.

Be Diligent in Your Preparation

2 Peter 3:14-15 As we await the day of the Lord, we shouldn’t just waste the time that we have. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches that we should be working diligently to prepare ourselves by pursuing holiness.

The Glorious Resurrection of the Saints

Philippians 3 After Christ’s crucifixion, burial, and resurrection, He began a timeline that ultimately prepares a Heavenly home for believers. Pastor Rod Bunton starts in Philippians 3 and explores supporting passages to explain how Christians will also experience a resurrection and a new body for eternity.

The Day of the Lord: Characteristics

2 Peter 3:10-13 When the Day of the Lord comes, what will it look like? Pastor Rod Bunton looks at the characteristics of that event and explains why we should care about it now.

The Day of the Lord: Three Assurances

2 Peter 3:5-9 False teachers in the first century were skeptical of the second coming of the Lord and the judgment of unbelievers — after all, it had never happened before! Pastor Rod Bunton looks at three assurances that the Day of the Lord will happen just as prophesied by Jesus himself.