Sermons from January 2023
2 Peter 2:1-3 Peter describes the prevalence of false teachers, their effect on the church, and their motivation. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes this introduction to the existence and agenda of false prophets.
Pastor Ben Khazraee wraps up the series by looking at how the Holy Spirit helps us to walk obediently and to stay on the path to Christlikeness.
2 Peter 2:1-3 After establishing the truths of reliable doctrines from God by way of reminder in Chapter 1, Peter turns to false doctrines. Pastor Rod Bunton begins as Peter does with an introduction to the existence and agenda of false prophets.
Pastor Doug Link explores the meaning of “being filled with the Holy Spirit.”
2 Peter 1:19-21 Although Peter’s amazing eyewitness experience was powerfully convincing, it didn’t make God’s Word more reliable when he preached it. Pastor Rod Bunton shows how God’s Scripture is trustworthy on its own because it comes from Him.
Pastor Ben Khazraee concludes a discussion on three particular gifts that Grace Church teaches are not still present today.
2 Peter 1:16-18 Peter, nearing the end of his life, wanted to be sure that his readers could discern between the truth and false teachings after he was gone. Pastor Rod Bunton examines Peter’s assertion that he was proclaiming the truth because of his unique eyewitness account.
Does the Spirit still give the gifts of prophecy, tongues, and healings? Pastor Ben Khazraee begins a discussion on these three particular gifts that Grace Church teaches are not still present today.
Psalm 119:33-40 In a message appropriate to set the tone of our prayers for the new year, Pastor Ben Khazraee reflects on a stanza from Psalm 119 that expresses a desire to walk in the way that God shows us.