Sermons from April 2019

Sermons from April 2019

One Man Did Not Stay Dead

Acts 2:29-32 “Brothers, I can tell you confidently that the patriarch David died and was buried, and his tomb is here to this day. But he was a prophet and knew that God had promised him on oath that he would place one of his descendants on his throne. Seeing what was ahead, he spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that he was not abandoned to the grave, nor did his…

Believing in Resurrection

Believing in Resurrection Acts 26:8 Christmas and Khmer New Year celebrations have too many distractions. But Easter seems quiet. I like it because I am not worrying about distraction. But there is more deep issue I need to bring up. It is the problem of the heart and too many excuses for that. It happened before. The year: AD 60. The place: The palace of Herod Agrippa II…

To Satisfy God

To Satisfy God Isaiah 53:10-12 Wow today we celebrate two things at the same times: Khmer New Year and Holy Week. Well, for Khmer New Year I don’t have much question but for the Holy week which includes the Good Friday I have lots of questions. So here is the main question for the Good Friday. Why did Jesus die? Few things in life are more difficult than the sudden death…

He is my Suffering Substitute

Isaiah 53:4-6 Why did God send Jesus to die? Why Jesus had to die that way? Thoughtful people have pondered that question for 2000 years. So how did he end up dying on a Roman cross? We will never understand God until we understand the cross. No chapter helps us more in that quest than Isaiah 53. This is the very heart of the gospel. And the “heart of the heart” comes in…

When It Is Too Simple

When It Is Too Simple John 3:1-7 Religion is a way back to God. Some are easy and some are very hard. Some Religion followers are serious and some are not. Some Christian are serious and some are not. So the question is, am I a real Christian or am I just a religious person? There are many religious people in the world and many different religions. Do you know Mother…