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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!


Mar
22
Comfort, O Comfort My People Temp

March 22, 2020 message from Pastor Kelly

Mar
8
A Little Perspective Temp

Through overwhelming suffering, hard questions are raised for Job. When everything is said and done, God reveals Himself to be above all doubt or question. Hard times will come. We have God’s word. What we always need the most is the perspective of God’s word.
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Mar
1
Yahweh Delivers Temp

What “god” could compare with Yahweh? Exactly. Yahweh delivers!
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Feb
23
Living to Obey Temp

Any time we consider the Old Covenant law of works, we must also consider the New Covenant law of Christ. The substance of the law of works is the same as the substance of the law of Christ—the Ten Commandments. But the operative principle of the law of works and the law of Christ is different. The operative principle of the law of works was “do this and live; do it not and die.” The operative principle for the law of Christ is “live and do this; do it not and suffer Jesus’ fatherly displeasure.” We care as much about the substance of the law as ever. The major difference is that we are saved by faith in Jesus and set free to love His law.
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Feb
16
Keep on Being Filled with the Holy Spirit Temp

What does it mean to be filled with the Spirit? There are many identifying marks of the filling of the Spirit in scripture. We consider some of these marks here in Ephesians 5:15-21.
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Feb
9
What to Do with the Half-time Show Temp

It’s easy to find fault with others but to overlook it in ourselves. The harder we try to imitate God, the clearer our own fault becomes. Humility is in order for everyone, not just others..
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Feb
2
Remembering God with Thanksgiving Temp

Psalm 50 blesses and encourages all who remember God with thanksgiving, according to His word, even while warning in the starkest terms against imagining that we can disregard His word and forget Him.
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Jan
26
Mind the Gap Temp

Making sure we know the true God of the Bible, not some imaginary facsimile of our own making.
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Jan
19
Embracing Biblical Standards Temp

If we expect our leaders to embrace Biblical standards, hadn’t we all best embrace those standards ourselves?
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Jan
05
Hanged if You Do and Hanged if You Don’t Temp

In Romans 3:9-20 Paul closes any hope of justification either apart from the Law or by works of the Law. The only way of justification is by faith in Christ Jesus.
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Dec
29
Conflict Temp

James’ address in James 4:1-10 is a heavy-handed assessment of the realities of spiritual conflict everywhere acknowledged in Scripture.
This conflict manifests in pairs of opposites:
darkness--------------------------------light
domain of darkness------------------kingdom of the beloved Son
sin----------------------------------------righteousness
deception-------------------------------truth
flesh--------------------------------------Spirit
rebellion---------------------------------submission
evil----------------------------------------all that is holy
James confronts us with this conflict not to beat us up, discourage and condemn us, but to encourage and strengthen us for the fight
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Dec
24
Christmas Eve Temp


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Dec
22
Sons of the Most High Temp

In Luke 6:27-36, our Lord Jesus calls us to love, and to be gracious, and to do good and be generous and merciful, because God is loving, gracious, good, generous and merciful. Let us be who we are in Christ.
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Dec
15
Nov
24
Jesus Is... Temp

“Jesus is . . .” is the ground of all that Jesus has done, and of all that we must do. Let us stay focused on who Jesus is and retain our first love for Him.
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Nov
17
What to Pray Temp

A comparison between the substance and content of our prayers and the substance and content of Paul’s prayers may stimulate a review of our practice in prayer.
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Nov
10
Who Lives With You? Temp

Our LORD dwells with the contrite and lowly of spirit. There is great comfort in the promises of God’s amazing grace and unmerited favor both now and yet to come. For the wicked, the tendency to forget God’s judgment is truly terrifying, because “There is no peace,” says my God, “for the wicked.” And there never will be.
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Oct
27
Humbly Secure Temp

The worldly wise are unable to receive the things of the kingdom of our Lord Jesus. Their smug security is an empty counterfeit. Those who are able to receive the things of the kingdom of Jesus do so in humble security or not at all.
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