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The Meaning of Life

In this sermon, Greg Ho preaches from the first chapter of Ecclesiastes concerning the futility of life without God. Greg Ho explains how all labor and pursuits done without God produce no lasting joy. Greg then discusses three conclusions from Ecclesiastes as to how people can live a full and joyful life: 1) Realize your…

Not Ashamed of the Gospel

In today’s sermon, Greg Ho explains from Romans 1:16-17 and other scriptures three reasons not to be ashamed of proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ: 1. The gospel is the awesome power of God to save 2. The gospel is applicable to everyone 3. The gospel is absolutely free Full Transcript: Two weeks ago, there…

The Horrors of Hell

In today’s sermon, Greg Ho teaches on the four horrors of hell: The darkness of hell The sorrow of hell The pain of hell The eternity of hell Greg explains that, to understand why hell is so horrible, we must understand the holiness of God; God’s holiness is the fuel of hell’s fires. Despite God’s…

The Wrong Way to Worship

In today’s sermon, Greg Ho teaches believers from Malachi 1 to watch for the two signs of offering unworthy worship to God: Bringing a worthless sacrifice Bringing a weary attitude Greg also teaches believers to remember that God is a great King; believers should therefore bring God their best as they offer their whole lives…

Enslaved by Grace

What analogy best describes the Christian life? In his sermon, Greg Ho examines the analogy used by Paul in Romans 6:15-23: slavery to Jesus Christ and His grace. From the passage, Greg Ho explains four characteristics of every slave of God: an eager obedience to God’s Word, aggressiveness in good works, a motivation to attain a well-lived life,…

All I Really Needed to Know about Sanctification I Learned in Kindergarten

Are Christian just sinners like everyone else? In this sermon, elder candidate Greg Ho examines Romans 6:1-14 and points out the problem with the increasingly popular “Hyper-Grace” movement. Greg Ho explains that Christians actually will exhibit lives of holiness as result of being joined to Jesus; that is, believers cannot help being changed by Jesus. Specifically, based on…