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Sermons by Kristopher A. Lee

In All That He Does, He Prospers

Psalm 1 – This psalm opens the collection of psalms that we find in our Bible today.  It is foundational a proper understanding of God, man, godliness, and prosperity.  Verses 1 and 2 are often quoted and memorized as they encourage man to walk in purity.  Verse 3, on the other hand, describes the blessed man as prosperous in all that he…

Man seeking answers

Finding Hope

Romans 5:3-4 – When hardships come, do you wonder what you’ve done wrong?  Do you wonder what the point of it all is?  Pastor Lee works through Paul’s teaching to the Christians in Rome who were surely in need of some help in finding hope amidst the suffering.  Is the presence of suffering and hardship…

Unity and Diversity

Galatians 1:11-17, Romans 14:1-9 – At this point in Chapter 1 of Galatians, the apostle Paul is continuing to make the point to his brothers and sisters that they are to stick to the true gospel, rejecting all other distortions.  In our text today, Paul continues to reinforce the message that they are to listen to…

The Call of Wisdom

Proverbs 1:20-33 – In this text we are introduced to the Lady Wisdom and learn about her impassioned pleas to the people in her city. What are the implications of where she preached her message? What is the message? How do we respond? Proverbs 1:20-33 20 Wisdom cries aloud in the street, in the markets she…

IDOP 2013

Colossians 1:24 – This Sunday, we observe the International Day of Prayer (IDOP) for the Persecuted Church. Pastor Lee looks at this verse penned by the Apostle Paul and works through questions like, “What does it mean to fill up what is lacking in Christ’s afflictions?” and “How can I rejoice in suffering?” What is…

Experiencing the Empty Tomb

John 20:1-18 – This text tells the account of Mary, Peter, and John as they come face to face with the empty tomb. Where they thought they would find their master, their teacher, their leader, even if he was dead, they expected to find his body. Instead they found something that none of them expected. They found that he was not there.…

Whatever You Ask

John 16:16-24 – For the third time in three chapters, Jesus make some profound statements about prayer. Once again, we hear Jesus telling His disciples, “whatever you ask” will be answered. What does He mean by this? What can we learn from these three sections on prayer? What kinds of prayers does God truly answer? What is our response to this? Hear…