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Sun, Jun 12, 2016
Passage: 1 Peter 2:4-5
Duration: 53 mins 13 secs
This sermon was preached at Hope PRC during her 100th anniversary celebration. Her pastor, Rev. Overway, instructs the congregation and all listeners of the foundation for the church, Jesus Christ. He is the eternal, living cornerstone of church chosen by God for this purpose. But as cornerstone, He is also builder of the church which provides tremendous comfort for the believer who is joined to a true church of Christ. The sermon is divided into these parts: 1. Sovereignly Built 2. Wondrously Alive 3. Divinely Approved.
Sun, Jun 05, 2016
Duration: 55 mins 46 secs
Just as the human body is one organism made up of many different parts or members, so is the church of Christ according to 1 Corinthians 12:12. We are so united to Christ that He is become our head and we are His body. In his sermon, Rev. Overway delves into this amazing truth of scripture revealing the significance of membership within the body of Christ, the importance of diversity within the body of Christ, and the wonderful blessings that are experienced only within the body of Christ. The sermon is divided into these parts: 1) Christ's members 2) Many members 3) United members
Sun, May 29, 2016
Duration: 57 mins 21 secs
This sermon was preached at Hope PRC during her 100th anniversary celebration. In 1 Timothy 3:15, Paul describes the church as the “house of God” and “pillar and ground of the truth.” What do these phrases mean? What is the implied application of them for the church and her calling? How do these words comfort members of Christ’s church on earth? Rev. Overway's sermon is divided into these parts: 1. In This World 2. Not of This World 3. Of Another World
Sun, Feb 28, 2016
Duration: 55 mins
Ephesians 2 paints a very clear picture of our salvation. The apostle Paul tells the church at Ephesus that they had been spiritually dead, but God made them alive by His great mercy and grace. Paul emphasizes that this salvation is completely accomplished by God and not at all based on any good work of man. But what place then do our good works have in our salvation? The text tells us that works are the very purpose of God in us, that we were “created unto good works” and that He has “ordained that we should walk in them.” In this sermon, Rev. David Overway provides a thorough survey of the believer's ability to perform good works and the vital role they serve in his life. The sermon is divided into these parts: 1. In Christ Jesus 2. Before Ordained 3. His Workmanship
Sun, Feb 14, 2016
Duration: 53 mins 34 secs
God made the Sabbath day holy, separated from the common and consecrated to His service. He commands us in the 4th commandment to "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy." What does this truly mean and how are we supposed to do this? Listen to Rev. David Overway explain the meaning and the wonderful blessings that are experienced in the keeping of this commandment.
Sun, Jan 24, 2016
Duration: 47 mins 37 secs
The apostle Paul addresses children in Ephesians 6:1-3, commanding them to obey their parents. This simple instruction is directly antithetical to the course of this world because the way of the world is rebellion. Today’s society is characterized by disobedience to parents which is worked by Satan, the original rebel to God. This text is also contrary to our sinful natures which constantly rebel under authority. How then are children able to obey? What is the calling of parents in regard this command? The text also mentions God’s fifth commandment to obey parents as the first commandment with promise. What is this promise and why is it so important? Rev. David Overway examines this very relevant passage of scripture in his sermon which is divided in this manner: 1. Their Own Parents 2. In the Lord 3. With a Promise
Sun, Jan 17, 2016
Passage: 1 Peter 2:4-5
Duration: 57 mins 8 secs
1 Peter 2:4&5 reveals a very beautiful and comforting picture. The text reveals Christ, the living stone, upon whom the entire universal church is built by God. What is the reason for this type of picture? What is the significance behind Peter calling us living stones? What is the relationship between this spiritual house of living stones and the holy priesthood to which we are called? Listen to Rev. David Overway answer these important questions and explain the many aspects of the spiritual sacrifices that we must offer to God. The sermon is divided into these parts: 1. Of Living Stones 2. Of Acceptable Sacrifices 3. Of Precious Foundation
Fri, Jan 01, 2016
Passage: Revelation 5
Duration: 49 mins 15 secs
Revelation 5 describes a book that is bound with seven seals and held by Almighty God. This book represents the whole council of God, the eternal determination of God for all things. What can we know about this year, 2016, a page in the book? The chapter also reveals our Savior's relation to the unfolding of history. What place does our Savior have in this year? Rev. David Overway explains this vision of John in Revelation and the real importance that this text holds for us as New Testament saints in his sermon, divided into these parts: 1) As King 2) As Worthy 3) As Praised
Thu, Dec 31, 2015
Passage: Psalms 4:8
Duration: 46 mins 7 secs
Do you lose sleep over the troubles of life? Do you sometimes find it difficult to fall asleep peacefully due to the anxieties of the day? The child of God has many enemies and troubles. Satan, the world of the ungodly, economic instability, sickness, loneliness, anxiety, his own destructive sinful nature, and much more are constantly afflicting him. But the child of God has peace and security. He has peace that allows him to confess with the Psalmist, "I will both lay me down in peace and sleep." How can this be? What is this security that allows him to end the day in peaceful sleep? Preached at Hope PRC, the sermon is divided into these parts: 1) A Divine Safety 2) An Exclusive Safety 3) A Restful Safety
Thu, Nov 26, 2015
Passage: Psalms 4:5-7
Duration: 47 mins 32 secs
Thanksgiving Day sermon preached in Hope PRC (Walker, MI). Message is divided into these parts: 1) The Only Good 2) The Better Gladness 3) The Thankful Response
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