Waukesha

Church of Christ

Sermons

Unmasking Religion

Some concepts of original Christianity have become concealed centuries of culture and religious confusion. We will attempt to remove some of these masks.

How do we reconcile living under a law of liberty while being slaves of Christ?

How does God prefer that I perform my spiritual and religious service for Him?

What motives does God desire to move me to obedience? Do we ever outgrow the need for all of them?

A useful device has all the necessary components in working order.

Confusion over the transition from old to new covanant has led some to live a hybrid faith.

Economy of the Gospel

Exploring the evangelization of our world through economic metaphors used throughout the bible.

How do we determine the value of things, and how do we give the gospel practical value?

The gospel economy operates most efficiently on principles that wouldn't be financially logical.

Two short statements summarize the difficulty of our choice between the gospel and the things we value in life.

A value as old as America itself compromises the way we view ourselves and how we hold the gospel.

2020 Vision

We begin the year with a series of sermons exploring how we look at our connection to the world. Sermons will be listed with the most recent at the top.

links to an archive of our older sermons are also available at the bottom of this page. (The break in the numbering reflects the quarantine when our Daniel series was interrupted).

Daniel 12:1-13 - How do we respond when the two questions we ask the most go unanswered?

Daniel 11:29-46 - Evil times call for heroic efforts to defend God's cause.

Daniel 11:16-28 - The rise of a vile dictator reveals the ability of God's people to deceive ourselves if we are not vigilant.

Daniel 11:1-15 The miscalculation of the Jews serves as a warning not to confuse the spiritual and the secular.

Daniel 10:1-21 - An angel gives us some insight into the connection between our struggles and their battles.

Daniel 9:20-27 - The vision Daniel received promised the Coming of Christ despite difficult times.

Daniel 9:1-19 - Daniel's prayer offers two uncomfortable observations concerning blame and remedies.

Daniel 8:1-27 - In the most distressing of times, God gives a message of daily dependence on His guarantee.

Daniel 7:1-28 - A vision of a succession of kingdoms and sufferings promise us that God will eventually say 'Enough!'.

Daniel 5:29-6:28 - Daniel publically maintains both his spiritual and religious integrity, even as an old man.

Daniel 5:1-31 - From age 20 to 90, Daniel has to deal with the rejection of God by several generations. What saw him through it?

Daniel 4:13-37 - What is it about Daniel's interaction with Nebuchadnezzar that allows him to feel compassion for a tyrant?

Daniel 4:1-18 - Daniel's steady determination shows results as Nebuchadnezzar matures in character and demeanor.

Daniel 3:19-30 - Three men knew that the best example they could be came when someone tried to make an example of them.

Daniel 3:1-18 - The triumph of what we know over what we feel puts risk and reward in proper perspective.

Daniel 2:24-49 - In order to offer Nebuchadnezzar the correct view of his kingdom, Daniel had to have the correct perspetive.

Daniel 2:1-23 - We evaluate the basis of our viewpoint by contrasting the Chaldean assumptions with Daniel's observations.

Daniel 1:9-21 - Daniel's first interaction in Babylon lays the foundation for his resistance in later events.

Daniel 1:1-8 - The methods used by the surrounding culture to force us to conform to their identity.

Acts 20:20 provides a proper focus for the mission of the church. The rest of the sermons of this series will be taken from Daniel.

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