Sermons by David McNeely (Page 2)

A Tale of Two Kings

Text: Esther 1: 1-9 This morning we launch a new series in the book of Esther, which features the incredible story of a powerful God and a godly woman. Though we will not see God’s name specifically mentioned in this narrative, we will absolutely see His hand at work to save His people and fulfill…

You Me Follow

Text: Luke 9: 18-24, John 21: 9-23 Summary Jesus didn’t say “be like him” or “live like her.”  He said, “follow me.”  We all suffer from comparison.  Comparison leads to us trying to become someone else and we fail when trying to make ourselves into someone else.  Jesus, not others, is the Standard.  The Father will succeed…

To Whom Shall We Go?

Text: John 6: 1-2, 60-71 Large crowds followed Jesus’ movements. They followed as he went from place to place and event to event. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they followed the person. Anyone can follow a system when it works for them. Followers of Jesus follow Jesus. Their hope is in Jesus, not their expectations. Q&A…

I Will Not Deny You

Matthew 26: 1-46, 69-75;  John 18: 1-11;  John 21: 15-17 Summary: Peter placed too much confidence in his commitment to Jesus.  We all tend to misunderstand God’s call.  We think our commitment is what God is after.  Jesus is not after our commitment, passion, or devotion.  All of those will eventually wane.  God is after…

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…