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Sermons by Scott Head (Page 21)

Five Marks of a Faithful Father

Proverbs 4:1-4; Deuteronomy 6:7 – In this challenging message to fathers, we look to the Proverbs to discover five important marks of the faithful father. Our children are far too important to waste our parenting years on frivolity and selfishness, we must be pro-active teachers, leading by example. Give your children a father who is a joy to honor. A good sermon…

Three Marks of Following Jesus

John 1:35-42 – Having seen who Jesus is, and heard Him proclaimed by the prophet-herald John the Baptist, we now look at what Jesus does – He saves sinners. The story of the first disciples illustrates what faith is, and what it means to become a disciple of Jesus Christ. John 1:35-42 35 The next day again John was standing with two of…

Behold, the Lamb of God

John 1:24-34 – John the Baptist announces the ministry of Christ with the glorious annunciation “Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!” In this great title of Christ, our sacrificial lamb is presented as our singular righteousness, and all other efforts to atone for sin are insufficient. Here is a challenge to put off empty religious…

Who Are You?

John 1:19-23 – John the Baptist stirred up a nation with messianic fervor, prompting the Jewish leaders to send a delegation to ask “Who are you?” John’s response pointed only to Christ, and teaches us that we, like the Jewish delegates, easily place our hope on lesser messiahs, mere shadows, and miss the One whom the entire Old Testament proclaims. John 1:19-23…

Introduction to the Gospel of John

John 1:1-18 – John’s Gospel is unique among the four records of Jesus’ earthly work and ministry. In this introduction to the series, we examine five categories in which John differs from the synoptic writers: John’s unique characteristics, the Gospel’s unique theme, John’s unique perspective, his use of selective details, and his unique purpose. John 1:1-18 1:1 In the beginning was the Word,…

Don’t Be Surprised, Suffering Begins with Us

1 Peter 4:12-19 – Peter once again encourages suffering saints to persevere in well doing while suffering, even fiery trials, to expect such testing because it begins with God’s people. Peter is beginning to close out his epistle and is emphasizing again the thoughts of his opening words, but driving it home under the urgency of the impending “end of all things”.…

Urgent! The End of All Things Means…

1 Peter 4:7-11 – Because “the end of all things is at hand”, we are to be self controlled and sober minded, hospitable, and servant hearted. So the first question we need to address is – What is this end of all things? Second, we should get a sense of why it should motivate us to do anything. We will hope to…

Be Patient, for the Waters Will Not Prevail

1 Peter 3:18-22 – Peter encourages his readers to be patient during the trials pressing in on them. He gives two reasons, Jesus’ suffering as a model for patience, and the hope of sure deliverance in the Ark of Christ. This passage is one of the most difficult verses in all of the new testament, many errors arise from misunderstanding this text.…

Five Characteristics of the Church

1 Peter 3:8-12 – Peter gives characteristics of a healthy church that we are to all receive and obey. These are not merely all we are to possess, but Peter singles these out as chief. Indeed if you compiled a list of all the character traits of the church we would find that all of them nicely fall under these five. We…

The Godly Wife

1 Peter 3:1-6 – Peter speaks to wives to be subject to their husbands as an expression of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which takes a mighty woman of strength and faith. Contrary to the world’s ways of feminism and women who are bawdy and base, Peter’s words are a call to dignified womanhood. 1 Peter 3:1-6 3:1 Likewise, wives, be subject to…