Sermons from Waverly First Baptist. This is the last of our series looking at Who is Jesus? This week we see that Jesus is the Crucified, the Son of God who suffered and died on the cross. And we'll see that we need to follow Jesus as our trustworthy savior who took our place.
This is week 6 of our series, Who is Jesus? Today, we'll see that Jesus is the Lamb of God who paid for sin with his life and suffered silently when he was scorned. We see how we can die to sin and live for righteousness because of Jesus’s sacrifice.
This is week five of our series, "Who is Jesus?" This week we see that Jesus is the Surrendered. We'll see a time when Jesus struggled to be surrendered, and we'll discuss how hard it often is for us, too. But ultimately, we'll see that without surrender, we'll never really belong to Jesus.
This is the 4th in our series titled "Who Is Jesus?" This week we see that Jesus is the Anointed One. We'll when it was that Jesus was anointed, why He was anointed, and what it means for us.
This is the 3 of our series titled "Who Is Jesus?" Today we see that Jesus is the capstone. We'll see what a capstone is, why Jesus is like a capstone, and what it means for us.
Sermons from Waverly First Baptist Church. This is the second in our series, Who is Jesus. Today we see that Jesus is the King, but he's not the kind of king you might expect. Jesus is the king in a kingdom where things are sort of turned upside down.
This week we start a new series titled, Who is Jesus? Today, our topic is Jesus is the Son of God. We look for proof from scripture, then, we look to see what it means for us.
Sermon from Waverly First Baptist Church. This week we are looking at Psalm 71. Sometimes we all need a rescue. We'll see what we need to know about getting rescued.
Sermon from Waverly First Baptist Church. This week we look at love. What does it mean to love? How do we love like Christ. What can learn from Paul's description of love in 1 Corinthians 13?
This is the final week of our Can't Stop This Feeling Series. We've been looking at what makes us happy, and how we can find lasting happiness. Choosing to be thankful for what God has done is a key to lasting joy. When we remember what God has already done, it helps us trust him to continue to be faithful.