Sermons by Jared Keath (Page 3)
Everyone loves free food. But did you know that God invites you to freely enjoy a kind of food that will satisfy your soul forever?
When a society becomes increasingly intolerant of Christian faith, many believers feel like running and hiding. Psalm 11 counters this inclination by teaching us to find refuge in the Lord.
It’s the one thing in life that everyone agrees on, everyone experiences and everyone finds uncomfortable thinking about: that our lives end. How can our lives have any meaning if we end?
Psalm 15 asks the most important question anyone can ask: who can live with God? The answer it gives is both crushing and exhilarating. Listen to find out why.
The night before Jesus was betrayed he was in an agony so deep that as he prayed earnestly he sweat drops of blood (Luke 22:44). Was it the prospect of physical torture that drove Christ to this agony? Was he scared of death? No. It was something far worse—something Jesus calls a “cup”: “Abba, Father,” he said, “everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.” What is this cup that distressed Jesus so much?