Sermons by Norman Sewell

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Immortally Arrayed

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

This lesson considers the resurrection of the dead and how Jesus’ blood washes us, makes us clean, and worthy to be arrayed eternally in the symbolic “robes of white”.


Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Contentment suggests being satisfied with things. It doesn’t suggest apathy. This lesson considered how we must guard against apathy, learn contentment, and understand where true contentment is found.

Render to God

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

In Matthew 22:17-22, the Jews tried to trap Jesus over duty to government, but Jesus reminded them of their duty to God. Our highest obligation is to God; what must we render to Him? What do we owe?

Spiritual or Religious?

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Someone says, “I’m not religious, but I’m spiritual.” What does that mean? What’s the difference? This lesson explores the differences between these two words and examines the practice of true religion and spirituality.

Lower than the Angels

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Though higher than the angels, Jesus willingly was made lower than the angels to die for our sins. This lesson considers the first two chapters of Hebrews to address this fascinating subject.

Almost Converted?

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Sometimes it seems that men are converted to someone or something other than God. This lesson considers what true conversion to God should look like.

Troublesome Times

Sermon by Norman Sewell.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed and weary? Where do you go; what is the answer? God is able to hold us and keep us through our trouble but we must set our anchor fast in the Son.
Sermon recording contains congregational singing.