Sermons by Pastor Dr. Scott Fouts
The Glory of Christmas: Celebrating Christ’s Birth By Lloyd Larson Presented to the glory of God by Hartwood Presbyterian Church on December 9, 2018 The Glory of Christmas Gloria, Hosanna in excelsis! (Please sing when directed) Angels we have heard on high Sweetly singing o’er the plains, And the mountains in reply Echo back their joyous strains Gloria in excelsis Deo! Gloria in excelsis Deo! (The Choir responds) Gloria in excelsis Deo! On Christmas Night, all Christians Sing Angels from…
Sermon Title: “From Shepherd to King: David” SERMON NOTES The Story “From Shepherd to King: David” 1 Samuel 17: 40-50 / Acts 2: 22-36 1. The Shepherd 2. The King 3. The Heart People can only see the outward appearance but God sees our heart
Sermon Title: “Standing Tall and Falling Hard” The Presentation of the Word The Reading of the Old Testament: 1 Samuel 8: 10 – 20 The Reading of the New Testament: Luke 23: 32 – 43 God is the One True King of Israel and He is our King too in Jesus Chris
Sermon Title: “Be Strong and Courageous” The Presentation of the Word The Reading of the Old Testament: Joshua 1: 1-9 The Reading of the New Testament: Mark 8: 31-38 Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go SERMON NOTES The Story “Be Strong and Courageous” Joshua 1: 1-9 / Mark 8: 31-38 1. Liberating the Promised Land 2. Retaining the Promised Land 3. Our…
Sermon Title: “The Ten Commandments” The Reading of the Old Testament: Exodus 20: 1-17 The Reading of the New Testament: Hebrews 10: 8-18 God wanted to live with the Israelites and have a relationship with them. He wants to have a relationship with us too. In order for that to happen we must first deal with our sin.
“Rejoice in the Dance” The Reading of the Old Testament: Jeremiah 31:2-14 The Reading of the New Testament: Matthew 11:16 SERMON NOTES 1. The Return of the Remnant 2. They Have Been Ransomed 3. Dance For Joy 4. Live a Life of Joy Like the remnant of Judah who was ransomed we can live a life of great joy because Jesus Christ has saved us.
The reading from the Old Testament: Psalm 27:1-6 by Meredith Hodges The reading from the New Testament: Luke 10:38-42 by Matthew Dolson Sermon Notes: Day 1: When You’re Lonely – Jesus Rescues Day 2: When You Worry – Jesus Rescues Day 3: When You Struggle – Jesus Rescues Day 4: When You Do Wrong – Jesus Rescues Day 5: When You Are Powerless – Jesus Rescues
The reading from the Old Testament: Jeremiah 17:1-13 The reading from the New Testament: Luke 8:1-11