Feb 20, 2022
2 Corinthians: Sufficient Grace
Chances are there is something in your life you keep asking God to fix. We all do. In 2 Corinthians 12, Paul says that he, too, has something he repeatedly asks God to take away but God's response is that His grace is sufficient. Having God with you through the suffering is enough.
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  • Feb 20, 20222 Corinthians: Sufficient Grace
    Feb 20, 2022
    2 Corinthians: Sufficient Grace
    Chances are there is something in your life you keep asking God to fix. We all do. In 2 Corinthians 12, Paul says that he, too, has something he repeatedly asks God to take away but God's response is that His grace is sufficient. Having God with you through the suffering is enough.
  • Feb 13, 20222 Corinthians: Super Weak
    Feb 13, 2022
    2 Corinthians: Super Weak
    In 2 Corinthians 11, the Apostle Paul uses some sarcasm to counter the boasting and bragging of the so-called super-apostles. He begins to "boast" of his accomplishments, which leads him to "boast" in his trials, beatings, and weaknesses.
  • Jan 30, 20222 Corinthians: Not Another Jesus
    Jan 30, 2022
    2 Corinthians: Not Another Jesus
    In 2 Corinthians 11, the Apostle Paul warns about those who claim to be ministers of Jesus but who preach a different gospel.
  • Jan 25, 20222 Corinthians: I Approve This Message
    Jan 25, 2022
    2 Corinthians: I Approve This Message
    In 2 Corinthians 10, the Apostle Paul once again entreats the Corinthians to see the authenticity of his ministry in order to show that the Gospel he preaches is not of man but one approved by God Himself.
  • Jan 9, 20222 Corinthians: Proving Joy
    Jan 9, 2022
    2 Corinthians: Proving Joy
    Joy is not the same as happiness. Joy is the work of the Holy Spirit in your life. So how do you prove joy? In this message Pastor Chip shows that giving is the way we show that God is at work in us.
  • Dec 5, 2021Advent: What Did You Expect?
    Dec 5, 2021
    Advent: What Did You Expect?
    Series: Advent
    Part of the Christmas story that we often ignore is the birth of John the Baptist. Yet the Gospel of Mark begins, "The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God," and then tells the story of John. The reason John is an important part of the Christmas story is because he fulfills the prophecy that God would send someone to prepare the way. But still nobody really expected it. Just like we don't expect Jesus to show up in our life today. In this message, Pastor Chip explains why it's so important.
  • Nov 28, 2021Advent: As a Matter of Fact
    Nov 28, 2021
    Advent: As a Matter of Fact
    Series: Advent
    As we enter into Advent, (taking a pause from the 2 Corinthians sermon series), Pastoral Resident, Moses Camacho, delivers a sermon teaching on the history of Advent and what that meant for the believers throughout history and what it means for us today. The Main Scripture Passage: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:11. The Companion Text is Isaiah 11:1-10. This was streamed / recorded at First Presbyterian Church of Corpus Christi on November 28, 2021.
  • Nov 21, 20212 Corinthians: Good Grief
    Nov 21, 2021
    2 Corinthians: Good Grief
    Pastor Chip Blackshear continues the sermon series on 2 Corinthians, with 2 Corinthians 7:2-16. The Companion Text is 2 Samuel 11:26-12:9, 13. This was streamed / recorded at First Presbyterian Church of Corpus Christi on November 21, 2021.
  • Nov 14, 20212 Corinthians: Now is the Time
    Nov 14, 2021
    2 Corinthians: Now is the Time
    Pastor Chip Blackshear continues the sermon series on 2 Corinthians, with 2 Corinthians 5:21-7:1. The Companion Text is Isaiah 49:8-13. This was streamed / recorded at First Presbyterian Church of Corpus Christi on November 14, 2021.
  • Nov 7, 20212 Corinthians: Trading Up
    Nov 7, 2021
    2 Corinthians: Trading Up
    Pastor Chip Blackshear continues the sermon series on 2 Corinthians, with 2 Corinthians 5:11-21. The Companion Text is Ezekiel 36:22-28. This was streamed / recorded at First Presbyterian Church of Corpus Christi on November 7, 2021.
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