Summary: You may go to a worship service every Sunday, but are you getting worship right? God desires for us to respond to his infinite worth in a way that honors him. Ecclesiastes 5 encourages us approach God with reverence, humility and sincerity.
Summary: We live in a culture that possesses the ability to communicate like no other in the history of the world. Even still, scholars like Robert Putnam warn that our social capital is on the decline because of the lack of depth in our relationships. Ecclesiastes 4 addresses the enemies and benefits of biblical community.
Summary: There are many different times and seasons we go through in life: joys, sorrows, gain, loss, etc., etc. Ecclesiastes 3 provides a picture of the God who is sovereign over time, and calls us to stand in awe of him.
Summary: Will the wise life provide ultimate meaning? Is it reasonable to find lasting satisfaction in our work? Ecclesiastes 2:12-26 instructs us to enjoy life as a gift from God and live for his pleasure rather than worshiping other pursuits in life. How do we live for his pleasure? Faith.
Summary: If you get everything that you could possibly want, will you be satisfied if you don’t have God? Can you be satisfied in this life apart from God? True satisfaction is found only in God because all worldly pleasures are futile.
Summary: We're all searching for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction in life? The Book of Ecclesiastes jolts us by declaring that all of life's pursuits are vain, meaningless, absurd, futile, and unreasonable. That is, every pursuit is pointless and unprofitable apart from God and his will for us. This series will show how Jesus makes all the difference.
Summary: On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court dropped their landmark decision to legalize abortion in Roe v. Wade. Today marks the 39th anniversary of that tragic decision. Listen to this sermon on Psalm 139, on "the wonderful works of the Creator of life" and gain God's heart for the value of every human life, born and unborn.
Summary: "Great are the works of the Lord, studied by all who delight in them." So are the words of Psalm 111:2. Redemption Hill has witnessed the great works of God in the past year. We have many reasons to give God praise and expect greater works in the days ahead. Listen to this vision sermon for 2012.
Summary: There is a spiritual battle going on all around us. According to the Apostle Paul, life is war. Ephesians 6:10-20 instructs Christians to stand firm by in the strength of the Lord by clothing themselves with the armor of God.