Victory Lutheran Church Sermons


Jan 17, 2021
Come and See!
Series: Prove It!
When telling and inviting his friend, Nathanael about Jesus, a man named Philip faced a skeptical reaction. He didn't push or pressure. He didn't throw up his hands and leave. Instead, he offered his friend a simple, patient, loving invitation. "Come and see." Come and see for yourself, with your own two eyes the truth about Jesus. For the skeptics, those skeptical or God, or Jesus, or the Bible, or the church, the invitation still stands. Come and see for yourself! And for the Christian, the encouragement remains to share that same simple invitation. You never know what an impact it can have on someone's eternity! 
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  • Jan 17, 2021Come and See!
    Jan 17, 2021
    Come and See!
    Series: Prove It!
    When telling and inviting his friend, Nathanael about Jesus, a man named Philip faced a skeptical reaction. He didn't push or pressure. He didn't throw up his hands and leave. Instead, he offered his friend a simple, patient, loving invitation. "Come and see." Come and see for yourself, with your own two eyes the truth about Jesus. For the skeptics, those skeptical or God, or Jesus, or the Bible, or the church, the invitation still stands. Come and see for yourself! And for the Christian, the encouragement remains to share that same simple invitation. You never know what an impact it can have on someone's eternity! 
  • Jan 10, 2021Baptism Reveals Identity
    Jan 10, 2021
    Baptism Reveals Identity
    Series: Prove It!
    What would you say your identity is? Usually, we base our identities on the things that we do, or have done. But through baptism, both Jesus' baptism and your baptism, your true identity is revealed. Not based on what you've done, but based on what Jesus has done as your perfect substitute! Check out Pastor Troy's sermon to see why this is a much better identity! 
  • Jan 3, 2021Have Love, Will Travel
    Jan 3, 2021
    Have Love, Will Travel
    Why would Gentile Wise Men sacrifice months of their lives to travel across the world to meet a baby face to face? 
    And why would you sacrifice your time, money, or other things to continue meeting with Jesus face to face in his Word and in worship? 
  • Dec 31, 2020Great Is Your Faithfulness (New Year’s Eve)
    Dec 31, 2020
    Great Is Your Faithfulness (New Year’s Eve)
    2020 will forever have the legacy of being the year everyone's excited to be done with! But are there blessings from God that we can find in 2020? How can we change our perspective on what makes a year "good"? 
  • Dec 27, 2020Face to Face: Simeon and Anna
    Dec 27, 2020
    Face to Face: Simeon and Anna
    An elderly man, an elderly woman, and a baby. What do these three have in common? And what produced so much joy for Simeon and Anna when they saw this baby face to face? Watch Pastor Phil's sermon to find out! 
  • Dec 24, 2020The Greatest Gift (Christmas Eve)
    Dec 24, 2020
    The Greatest Gift (Christmas Eve)
    Ever been disappointed with the gifts you did or didn't receive on Christmas? When you unwrap the gift from God of a baby born in Bethlehem once again this year, don't be disappointed and say, "That's it?" Instead, rejoice at this greatest gift and say, "That's it!" 
  • Dec 20, 2020The Mysterious King
    Dec 20, 2020
    The Mysterious King
    History has taught us that no king or kingdom, no matter how powerful or influential withstands the test of time. Except, according to God, one king who reigns on David's throne forever! Who is this mysterious king? 
  • Dec 13, 2020What Do You Want for Christmas?
    Dec 13, 2020
    What Do You Want for Christmas?
    What do you want for Christmas? The way you answer that question changes a lot throughout your life. Your perspective changes what you want for Christmas. Let God's Word remind you of what the greatest gifts are, and how we receive them from our faithful, gracious God!
    Sermon Text: Isaiah 61:1-3, 10-11 
     
  • Dec 6, 2020The 3 Voices of Advent
    Dec 6, 2020
    The 3 Voices of Advent
    During the holidays, there are so many voices competing for your attention, that it can sound like a deafening, overwhelming roar. But when you listen to the 3 Voices of Advent, you can have peace, calm, perspective, and comfort!
  • Nov 29, 20202 Mysteries. 2 Comings. 1 Faithful God
    Nov 29, 2020
    2 Mysteries. 2 Comings. 1 Faithful God

    “If I were God, I would have…” “I don’t get why God would allow something like that to happen.” The mind of God is often a mystery to our finite human brains. What God does is not always what we would do. What God knows is right, we sometimes think is wrong. There are many things in the mind of God that remain mysteries to us. Today, we’ll focus on the Christmas Mysteries of the mind of God. And hopefully, we’ll leave after the service today, having seen a mystery revealed, thinking, “I don’t get why, God. But if that’s your will, I’m good with it.”