Sermons by Tim Westerberg

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“Application is Everything”

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The devil is not worried about how much of God’s truth we know…but he’s terrified of how much of God’s truth we apply. This message challenges every Christ-follower to not merely listen to God’s word and so be deceived. But rather to look intently into God’s truth, apply it and experience the freedom that application […]

“Joy-Filled Living”

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In this sermon we look at the apostle Paul’s clear teaching about the liabilities of his PAST and the possibilities of his FUTURE. This leads to a conclusion about the responsibilities of Paul’s PRESENT. They include 3 takeaways to apply to our PRESENT as we walk into our FUTURE. Scripture – Philippians 3:1-14

“From Overwhelmed to Overflowing”

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To move from an overwhelmed life to an overflowing life we need to understand the two fundamental approaches to life. This sermon looks at those approaches, defines an overflowing life and considers four habits that if practiced every day will help us experience an overflowing life. Scripture – Psalm 23:5

“Living An Anointed Life”

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To understand what it means to live an anointed life we need to realize that we are created by God and for God. To accomplish what God has planned for us—we need His anointing—we need His supernatural power, insight, energy, presence and favor on our life. This sermon looks at several facts about God’s anointing. […]

“Sheep Care”

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This sermon looks at how Jesus… our Good Shepherd… cares for us using the rod (that guards/protects) and the staff [that guides/directs]. It also gives 3 practical examples of what Jesus’ care for us looks like. Scripture – Psalm 23:1-4

Father’s Day “Prayer, Power, and Purpose”

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Without a doubt prayer is how the apostle Paul cared for others. Likewise, prayer is how we care for DADS every day throughout the year… not just on Father’s Day. Prayer is how we connect our father on earth with our Father in heaven. In these two verses in Thessalonians Paul give us three ways […]

“The God of My Valleys”

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God is God, not just of our mountaintop experiences—but the God of our valleys as well. This sermon looks at what we know about life’s valleys, what kind of valleys to expect and what to remember when we’re in life’s valleys. Psalm 23:1-4