Church of the Open Door


Sermons 2013

  • March 24, 2013

    Facing Life’s Challenges Boldly

    by COD

    The believer faces many challenges in life because of being a disciple of Christ. These may range from being an object of Satan’s scorn, struggling with sinful desires, or doubting God’s promises. The Book of Joshua is all about conquering, failing, receiving, weakness, doubts and decision. The key to facing these challenges is not discovered […]

  • March 17, 2013

    Truth to Pursue for Believers

    by COD

    The importance of living holy before the Lord cannot be overstated. He graciously has opened the path to relationship with Him. Being holy is not something we achieve but rather something we are. At salvation we are as holy before the Lord as we will ever be. The responsibility now is to live holy in […]

  • March 10, 2013

    Truth for all Generations

    by COD

    The journey in this life can be very exciting but often it is very difficult especially with the allurements of this world. It is to this issue that Moses delivers his pastoral sermons so that God’s elect people will be overwhelmed with His greatness and love Him only. In response to God’s immeasurable love and […]

  • March 4, 2013

    Lessons from the Wilderness

    by COD

    A society always finds it easier to blame the previous culture for their problems rather than take responsibility. The thinking goes like this: “My parents were this way so that is why I live this way.” The question then becomes, “does the sin of my parents decide the course of my life?” Is God capable […]

  • February 24, 2013

    Enjoying the Holy Life of Worship

    by COD

    Leviticus answers the question of how the redeemed nation of Israel, in relationship with God, is to approach God in worship and to live. Leviticus clearly articulates the axiom that the laws are not the means to the relationship but rather the guidelines that flow out of the relationship. Puritan, Stephen Charnock states it clearly […]