Sermons by Tim Westerberg

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“A Roadmap For Change”

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Life is all about being on a journey. If we know Jesus as Savior that journey will include change as God’s Spirit shapes us into the image of God’s Son. This process has two parts: God’s part and our part. This sermon considers how we cooperate with God’s transforming process. Scripture – selected

“How Much You Matter to God: Part 2”

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This sermon is a continuation of last week. Using Jesus’ parables of the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son…this two-part sermon answers three questions: What do I lose when I am “spiritually lost”? How does God’s mercy “save me”? How do I connect with God’s mercy? Scripture – Luke 15:1-24

“How Much You Matter to God”

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Using Jesus’ parables of the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son… this two-part sermon answers three questions: What do I lose when I am “spiritually lost”? How does God’s mercy “save me”? How do I connect with God’s mercy? Scripture – Luke 15:1-24

“Showing Mercy to Your Family”

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Sometimes the hardest place to show mercy is at home, with the people you live with. Using the “love” chapter this sermon shares three ways to show mercy at home. Scripture – I Corinthians 13:4-8a

“God’s Mercy And My Failures: Part 2”

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Using the story of Peter’s failure…his denial of knowing Jesus… and some of events in Peter’s life following the resurrection this two part sermon answers three questions: What causes our personal failure? What should we do when we fail? What does God do with our failures? Scripture – Selected scripture

“God’s Mercy And My Failures”

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Using the story of Peter’s failure — his denial of knowing Jesus — this two part sermon answers three questions: What causes our personal failure? What should we do when we fail? What does God do with our failures? Scripture – Matthew 26

“God Can Use Anybody”

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Many people secretly fear and believe that God could never use them because of their past. Using the apostle Paul’s story this sermon offers some secrets to be used by God no matter what’s in your past. Scripture – 2 Corinthians 4:1-18