Sermons on “Faith”

Traditional Service, “Walk By Faith, Not By Sight”

In this world of suffering, we walk by faith that God did not leave Jesus in the grave, and God does not leave us in our suffering. Rather, God has prepared a resurrected body for in heaven. This is what it means to walk by faith, and not by sight.

Bishop Anthony Burton

Traditional Service, “Sympathy for the Devil”

Drive past the Giant Iguanas for a sermon on the role that fear of the unknown plays in our spiritual lives. Take courage, have faith, and follow where Christ leads you.

Traditional Service, “The Ins and Outs of Lions’ Dens”

The figure of Daniel gives us encouragement to work hard in the world, while reminding us that there are always dangers and we must remember that our first allegiance is to God. God vindicated Daniel, even as he later vindicated Jesus, raising him from the pit of death, and even as, please God, he will someday raise us.