Here you will find the most recent sermons preached at Lancaster Presbyterian Church. Click the sermon title to download the sermon. Additional sermons may be obtained by contacting the church office. We hope you are blessed with the listening of the proclimation of The Word of God!
What we do is important, and it is not the intention of today’s discourse to undermine action in any way. That being said, it is the intention of this message to affirm the primacy of being. Action comes from being, and is grounded in identity. We act out of our being/identity. It is essential, then, that we be clear about who we are in Christ Jesus.
The Christian life is not so much about a progression of grandiose, miraculous, exciting discoveries and experiences as it is a steady exercise in disciplined application in God’s ways through prayer, study of God’s word, and obedience. This emphasis is clearly born out in Jesus’ example in Mark 1:35-39.
Jesus pre-exists all things. The whole of creation comes into being through Him. He is the Life, the Light, the only One of the Same Kind God. Worship Him, Christ the Lord. Listen Here
Bad things happen. Sometimes fault can be assigned, sometimes not. Fault may be within the church or without. James applies the teaching of his Brother in a prescription relevant to all believers: endure trials patiently, because the Lord is full of compassion and is merciful, and the final word is not yet. The Lord is coming. Listen Here
There are always temptations in life, in every generation. Our fathers fell to temptation in the wilderness after their glorious deliverance from Egypt. Can we learn from their dreadful mistakes to be humble in the face of the test and trust in God for His deliverance? Listen Here
Temptation and sin are always very real threats to the followers of Christ. Today we see how David, a man after God’s own heart (1 Samuel 13:14; Acts 13:22) fell deeply into sin. The message for us is not, “don’t worry, that could never happen to me,” but, “let him who thinks he stands take heed that he does not fall” (1 Corinthians 10:12). Listen Here