Sermons by David McNeely

You Profaned the Covenant

Text: Malachi 2:10-16 One of the defining characteristics of God is faithfulness. God is, always has been, and will always be faithful. We were created to reflect His faithfulness, but sin corrupted our hearts so all of us are, at some point, unfaithful. God’s people misrepresent Him when they are unfaithful. They represent Him best…

Solas

Text: Various On October 31, 1517, a thirty-three year old priest named Martin Luther nailed 95 questions and statements to the door of The Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany.  The “theses” were designed to spark discussion about some of the practices and theology of the Church…but they did more than that.  Luther’s action ignited a movement…

I Have Loved You

Text: Malachi 1:1-5 God’s people are under Persian rule.  They had refused to repent and God judged them.  But He remained faithful to them while they remained unfaithful to Him.  During this time the Jews questioned God’s love for them.  God’s people have always questioned that.  God answered the Jews by speaking through Malachi.  He answers…

Wildwood Worship

Text: Various Wildwood worship services are planned with simplicity and clarity as we seek to declare the greatness of God.  The goal is to glorify God and edify His people.  Our desire is for God to delight as He moves us from delusion of hope in the temporal to certainty of hope in the eternal.  We…

The How of Worship

Text: Various Corporate Worship is a beautiful and powerful gift God has given His people.  God did not leave it up to His children to try and figure out what should take place in a worship service.  He has taken out the guess work without taking away our creativity and freedom.  Corporate worship, just like all…

Posture and Expression

The video linked here was played as an introduction to the sermon. Text: Various Psalms The posture of our heart determines the expression of our bodies.  Expressions are natural.  We shout when our team wins, and we cry when they lose.  Expressions are also Biblical.  Biblical characters stood, shouted, cried, and did all sorts of other…