Sermons by Brent Smith

Sermons by Brent Smith

Our Heavenly Habitation | 2 Corinthians 5:1-8

All believers have great hope for life after death. For we are awaiting a day when we will receive glorified bodies and an eternal home with Jesus. Eternity isn’t great because of the blessings we receive, but because we get to spend eternity with Jesus.

The Golden Calf Incident | Exodus 32

While Moses was receiving the 10 commandments from God, the Israelites quickly fell away into idolatry by forcing Aaron to craft a golden calf. In doing so, they broke the first three commandments by worshipping this golden calf instead of God.

Paradoxical Principles | 2 Corinthians 4:7-12

Paul admonished that believers in Christ are like cracked jars, yet they contain an invaluable treasure: Jesus Himself. Believers may experience trials for bearing witness to the Gospel, yet the Father will hold them up for His own glory.

Letter of the Law vs. Spirit of the Lord | 2 Corinthians 3:1-18

The Bible tells us that the Law intended to show us how sinful we truly are and how we all fall short of the glory of God. But the good news is that God provided the ultimate remedy to our problem of sin through Jesus Christ. Through Him, we can receive the righteousness of God and be filled with the Holy Spirit that empowers us to live a life that is pleasing to Him.

What Kind Of Aroma Are You? | 2 Corinthians 2:12-17

In this sermon, we explore how we are following Jesus in His triumph, and we experience this triumph by laying our lives down to Him. As the Spirit fills and overflows in us, we are the fragrance of Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing.

The Reliability Of God’s Word | 2 Corinthians 1:8-22

In this message, Pastor Brent teaches about the unwavering reliability of God’s Word and how it serves as a beacon of hope in our lives. God has been faithful in the past, He continues to do so in the present, and we have the assurance that God will remain faithful in the future. Therefore, we strive to be people of prayer who are sincere in our faith before God and man.