Sermons by Tim Westerberg

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“Providential Relationships”

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This sermon looks at the reality that God uses human relationships to impact and grow our faith in Him. Not only can relationships grow our faith but they can also undermine our faith as well. How do we handle this reality? Scripture – Proverbs 13:20 & I Corinthians 15:33

“Big Faith”

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Imagine having a faith that sends fear packing…that provides unbelievable peace…a faith that is so extraordinary, so out of the box that nothing shakes it. This sermon looks at the story of a centurion whose faith astonished Jesus…so much so that He said, “I have not found anyone in Israel with such great faith.” It […]

“No Time Like the Presents”

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In the story of the Magi/Wisemen coming to Jesus we find 3 responses to Christ and Christmas. They are the same 3 responses we often find in our culture today. Scripture – Matthew 2:1-12

“The Test of Time”

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When God interrupts our life like He interrupted Joseph’s life we have a choice: Do I walk by faith or do I walk away? Joseph chose to walk by faith. From Joseph’s example this sermon looks at several things we can do when God allows an interruption in our life. Scripture – Matthew 1:18-25

“Redeeming the Time”

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The genealogy of Jesus reveals a profound spiritual lesson: When it comes to His creation, our God has no spare parts…no unnecessary pieces. God desires and has the ability to redeem everyone and everything to bring about His eternal purposes. Scripture – Matthew 1:1-17

“When God Says No, Part 1”

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The reality of all of your lives is that God doesn’t say YES to every prayer we pray. What is God up to when that happens? He’s wanting to know if we will truly trust Him or not? This sermon give three reasons [out of 1,000’s] why God says NO from my personal experience. Be […]

“Praying in Five Dimensions”

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God is a multidimensional God… We see it creation… We see it in Jesus’ incarnation… We see in how the Holy Spirit moves. With this reality in mind this sermon looks at 5 dimensions of our life that should guide us as we pray. Scripture – selected

“Praying For Healing and Restoration”

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God made a promise to King Solomon in the Old Testament that is also a promise for us today. The promise, intended for God’s people, has four conditions that if embraced will result in 3 powerful results. Scripture – II Chronicles 7:14

“A Beginner’s Guide to Prayer”

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Everyone is wired to pray. At the same time we all feel a little inadequate when we pray. This sermon looks at some common myths about prayer and then considers 4 foundational truths that can help us as we pray. Scripture – Luke 11:1