Weekly sermons from FBC Sorrento

“Secret Sign at a Wedding” John 2:1-12

Sunday morning series:  “Secret Sign at a Wedding” John 2:1-12 It’s occasionally acknowledged that Scripture begins and ends with a wedding. This itself tells us a lot. Wedding feasts are expensive! They are arduous to plan, prepare, and manage. But they can be the most beautiful and pleasant events to which our memories cling for…

“The King/Prince” John 1:47-51

Sunday Morning Sermon Series:  “The King/Prince” John 1:47-51 It is not so amazing that the eternal God created the cosmos, but it is incomprehensible that God became flesh.  It is not so amazing that after He was incarnated that He justified believers, but it is wonderfully amazing that He confounded the wise and achieved His…

“Many in the One” John 1:19-51

Sunday Morning Sermon Series:  Many in the One” John 1:19-51  After introducing Jesus as co-creator and as God himself, John established that the many roles of the Messiah are found in Jesus alone. As Hank Hanegraaff often says, “Only Jesus could walk through the door of the Old Testament prophets.” And the prophets spoke much…

“New Revelation of Eternal Word” John 1:1-34

Sunday Morning Sermon Series:  “New Revelation of Eternal Word” John 1:1-34 The New Testament means nothing without the old.  The foundations of truth, life, choice, responsibility, and righteousness had to be laid and played out so that redemption in the person and work of Jesus Christ could be enacted and proclaimed.  He has come, the…

“Dependency and Devotion” Psalm 119:33-40

Sunday Morning Sermon Series: “Dependency and Devotion” Psalm 119:33-40 Though the psalmist is not ambivalent, he acknowledged the duality of his nature. He knew the need for a single mind toward truth, a single path for his feet, a single heart that was loyal to truth, and a single eye which would not lead him…

“Embracing Truth” Psalm 119:25-32

Sunday Morning Sermon Series: “Embracing Truth” 119:25-32 In the beginning of this fourth octonary, we see the psalmist’s acknowledgment of clinging to the dust (v. 25). At the end he has determined to cling to the testimonies of God (v. 31). Our fallen nature has us stuck in the mud and headed six feet under…

Bible Question and Answer Service

Sunday Morning Sermon Series:  Bible Question and Answer Service A-Chording to the Gospel Blue Grass Band I hope you enjoyed/celebrated your freedoms and continue to do so today and evermore. This nation still enjoys many blessings bestowed on it by God and one of them is the freedom to preach and to speak freely without…