Sermons by Erik Raymond (Page 39)

The Priority and Practice of Gospel-Centeredness

Paul writes with an iron pen and a tender heart in his letter to the Galatians. This is because of what is at stake. Paul sees fidelity to the gospel and the sanctification of believers as absolutely crucial. Therefore he writes this extremely practical letter that is so instructive for us in pursuing a biblical Gospel balance.

The Christmas Gift that Nobody Wanted

Christmas is not a season of prideful self-promotion, but of intense humility and thanksgiving. God made the world and came into the world to save it. But the world was so depraved that it rejected him. However, God showed his power in the triumph of his grace, causing rebels to want him. This is nothing more than the realization of the truth…

What it Means to be Complete in Christ, Part 2

All believers have the need to be reminded every day and of course every week, of the rich sufficiency of Christ’s work. We are to sit back with eager delight and anticipation as we drink afresh the cup of the gospel blessings. We look for it to expose areas of self-righteousness, self-sufficiency, and even self-atonement. In this sermon we?ll examine three specifics…

What it Means to be Complete in Christ, Part 1

All believers have the need to be reminded every day and of course every week, of the rich sufficiency of Christ’s work. We are to sit back with eager delight and anticipation as we drink afresh the cup of the gospel blessings. We look for it to expose areas of self-righteousness, self-sufficiency, and even self-atonement. In this sermon we?ll examine three specifics…

Being a Gospel-Centered Citizen

How is a Christian to live in this world? Are we to isolate ourselves because it is so sinful? Are we to become wrapped up in fixing all of the problems? How does God want us to live here in this world? Titus 3 gives us helpful instruction on how to be a gospel-centered citizen.

Seeing and Savoring the Supreme Christ

The battleground for the satisfied soul is the mind. God invades the minds of his children with the word of God so that we might see his Son’s unrivaled greatness. In this passage we see Jesus’ supremacy and sufficiency expressed in terms of who he is, who believers are in him, and how the spirit world is related to him.