Sermons by Pastor Dr. Scott Fouts
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