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Solid Rock Church Podcasts
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2019-05-20 06:01
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2019-05-19 18:20
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19.05.2019

Better Together (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how God orchestrates spiritual gifts among the members of the church in a way that reflects His oneness, accomplishes His purposes, and serves the common good of the church. God has orchestrated the coming.....
Jason Williams author
12.05.2019

The Gospel for Moms (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel sets moms free from the burden of not being good enough. In Matthew 11:25-30, Jesus invites the those who are weak and helpless to come to Him in order to find rest for their souls. We were...
Jason Williams author
5.05.2019

A Variety of Gifts (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the Biblical for understanding our individual and unique spiritual gifts in 1 Corinthians 12:4-11. Paul reminds the Church that the Holy Spirit empowers every believer with specific spiritual gifts...
Jason Williams author
28.04.2019

The Lordship of Jesus (Audio)

This past Sunday, we began our Gifts of the Spirit sermon series. In 1 Corinthians 12:1-3, Paul begins by calling the church spiritual gifts are a supernatural product of our salvation. The Holy Spirit of God opens the ears of those who hear the...
Jason Williams author
21.04.2019

Made Us Alive (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how God makes us alive through the power of the resurrection. According to the Apostle Paul, apart from Christ we are physically alive but spiritually dead. It’s only through the power of the resurrection...
Jason Williams author
21.04.2019

The Light of the World (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked in Isaiah 42:5-9 at God’s calling for Israel to become a lighthouse of hope to the world. God spoke to Israel out of His authority as the creator of the universe. He reminded them that He is the Lord and that.....
Jason Williams author
7.04.2019

A Journey of Obedience 4-7-19 (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how God faithfully guided the nation of Israel across the Jordan River and into the Promised Land in Joshua 3 and 4. We read how God’s promise and presence stopped the waters of the Jordan River and allowed....
Jason Williams author
31.03.2019

A 'Sent' Church (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at what it means to be a ‘sent’ church. In Psalm 67, God issues a clear invitation for the nations to praise, be glad, and sing for joy because of God's amazing salvation.  This is the mission of the...
Jason Williams author
24.03.2019

One Sinner is Worth It (Audio)

This past Sunday, we continued the ‘Sent’ sermon series by looking at Jesus’ response to the Pharisees and Scribes in Luke 15. Jesus was being criticized for showing hospitality toward people who had been identified within the culture as being unclean....
Jason Williams author
17.03.2019

Supremacy of Christ (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the supremacy of Christ in light of the Gospel.  Once we have been believers for some time, we can become so accustomed to considering Christ as our redeemer that we take for granted the depth of this...
10.03.2019

Jesus Sends the Least Likely (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how Jesus calls the most unlikely people to become His most influential leaders. When Jesus called Saul, who later becomes known in the Bible as Paul, he was one of the leading persecutors of the church...
Jason Williams author
3.03.2019

Living a "Sent" Life (Audio)

This past Sunday, we began our ‘Sent’ sermon series. Our desire is for God to begin stirring a passion in our church that will normalize the Biblical calling to live our lives on mission, sent by God into the world to share the Gospel with those who...
Jason Williams author
24.02.2019

What is Discipleship? (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at God’s design and purpose for discipleship. Matthew 28:18-20 reveals that there is no authority in heaven which can challenge the will of Jesus, and there is no authority on earth that can call the will of...
Nic Hill author
17.02.2019

What is a Church Leader? (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the unique calling of church leadership. The primary roles of church leadership are divided into elder and deacons. Elders, a synonymous title with pastors and overseers, are Godly men who serve in humility....
Jason Williams author
10.02.2019

What is a Church Member? (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at what it means to be a church member. In John 13:34-35, Jesus called his followers to be distinguishable by the way they love one another. The New Testament goes into great detail to define what Jesus fully.....
Jason Williams author
3.02.2019

What is the Church? (Audio)

In our first week of The Body of Christ sermon series, we looked at how the Bible outlines clear distinctions of the Christian church. Jesus established much of the doctrine of the church through His life and teaching and then commissioned His...
Jason Williams author
27.01.2019

My Redeemer Lives (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how, in the midst of his suffering, Job holds on to the hope that God would redeem his story. Half way through the story, we find Job longing for God to step in and write a better story with his life. At...
Jason Williams author
20.01.2019

God's Mighty Power (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the first half of God’s response to Job. In chapters 38-40, God calls Job to collect all of his good deeds and ready himself for questioning. God begins by revealing his power over all of creation, the sin.....
Jason Williams author
13.01.2019

God's Infinite Wisdom (Audio)

In the sermon on Sunday, we looked at the connection between worshipping God and finding true wisdom. In Job 26, Job gives a summary of what man can do with his wisdom: Man can cut channels deep into the earth, and put an end to darkness, in order to.....
Jason Williams author
6.01.2019

Worthy of Worship (Audio)

Last Sunday, we began the year with a new sermon series - Worthy of Worship: The Book of Job. Job was a wealthy and successful man with a large family. Job’s fear of the Lord empowered him to turn away from evil and worship God. His worship was rooted....
Jason Williams author
30.12.2018

The Prize that Lies Ahead (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at Paul’s exhortation to the Philippian believers, and to us, to look forward to the prize that lies ahead for the believer in Christ—that prize is heavenly communion with our Savior. In the meantime, our...
Jeremy Williams author
23.12.2018

A Journey of Promise (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how Abraham and Isaac’s story ends with a promise. The promise God makes to Abraham is fulfilled in Christmas. Like Abraham and Isaac’s journey, Jesus’ birth at the manger is the beginning of His difficult.....
Jason Williams author
16.12.2018

A Journey of Sacrifice (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how Abraham and Isaac’s story continues to point us toward Jesus. As he constantly walked in obedience and trust, Abraham obeyed God all the way to the point of offering his son Isaac as a burnt offering...
Jason Williams author
9.12.2018

A Journey of Trust (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the heart of what it means to truly trust God. In Genesis 22, we see how Abraham’s trust in God compelled him to continue his journey to sacrifice Isaac, even in the midst of uncertainty. At this point in...
Jason Williams author
2.12.2018

A Journey of Obedience (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at a portrait of true obedience through the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22. God approached Abraham to test, refine and solidify his faith by asking him to give up his one and only son, whom he loved.....
Jason Williams author
25.11.2018

Taste & See That the Lord is Good (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we recognized how easy it is to affirm the goodness of God in general terms. It’s easy to proclaim God’s goodness when things are going well but it becomes much more difficult when our plans and our lives seem to be...
Nic Hill author
18.11.2018

The Gospel in Suffering (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how God redeems our suffering for our good. In James 1, God calls Christians to find joy in suffering because He is redeeming what was intended to bring us harm and using it to lead us to something better...
Jason Williams author
11.11.2018

The Gospel in Temptation (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel calls and empowers Christians to wage war against the sin that we face in our daily lives. In Romans 8, we see that the Holy Spirit leads us into battle. The war for our souls has been...
Jason Williams author
4.11.2018

The Gospel and Forgiveness (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the forgiveness we receive from God should compel us to readily forgive our neighbor. In Matthew 18, Jesus uses a parable to tell Peter that there should be no measure to the forgiveness we extend to...
Jason Williams author
28.10.2018

The Gospel and Prayer (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel informs and impacts the way we pray. In Matthew 6, Jesus lays out a framework for how His followers should pray, in light of the Gospel. Because of what Jesus has done for us, we are not...
Jason Williams author
21.10.2018

The Gospel and Our Money (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel impacts the way we view our money and possessions. In Matthew 13:44, we learned that the Kingdom of Heaven is the greatest treasure a person can find. In fact, the Kingdom is so valuable that....
Jason Williams author
14.10.2018

The Gospel and Your Physical Health (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel impacts our physical health. Because of our sin nature and ever-present battle with our flesh, we have a tendency to see our bodies as irrelevant to spiritual living. As we saw in 1...
Jason Williams author
7.10.2018

The Gospel in Our Work (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we continued the Everyday Gospel series and looked at how the Gospel impacts our work. In Genesis 1 and 2, we see that God created human beings to flourish through work. As a part of God’s original design, untainted by.....
Jason Williams author
30.09.2018

The Gospel in Parenting (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the Biblical mandate for children to obey their parents and for parents to bring up their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. This is a calling to walk in faith toward complete...
Jason Williams author
23.09.2018

The Gospel and Marriage (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how gender is part of God’sdesign for humans flourishing. Our gender-based identities are inherently part of the Imago Dei and the way we interact within our genders reflects the way that the Godhead...
Jason Williams author
16.09.2018

The Gospel and Our Time (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel shapes how we invest our greatest commodity in this life: our time. Every calendar entry reflects our personal theology on happiness. Our commitments govern how we spend our time; How we...
Jason Williams author
9.09.2018

The Gospel in Sanctification (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel is good news in our justification and sanctification. Trusting in Jesus, and His work alone, changes who we are. And because the Gospel changes who we are, it changes what we do and how we...
Jason Williams author
2.09.2018

Who You Are (Audio)

Last Sunday, we began our new series: The Everyday Gospel. We started off the series by looking at how the Gospel shapes our identities and the way we see ourselves and each other. Unlike the cultural worldview that determines your identity based on...
Jason Williams author
26.08.2018

Satisfied in Jesus (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we wrapped up the sermon series “Even Sinners Such As I” by looking at how Jesus alone truly satisfies the longing of the human soul. Ironically, as fallen people, we are prone to seek satisfaction in things on Earth...
Jason Williams author
19.08.2018

Stand Firm in the Freedom of Christ (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how we have been set free from our slavery to sin by Christ and we are called to stand firm in that freedom through walking by the Holy Spirit. We are called to stand firm in our freedom and not give...
Jason Williams author
12.08.2018

Freedom From Idols (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel frees us from our slavery to idols. In Deuteronomy 4:15-20, God reminds us that anything can become an idol. An idol is anything or anyone that takes the place of “first love” in our lives...
Jason Williams author
5.08.2018

The Gospel of Peace (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel rescues us from our fears and anxieties. In Philippians 4:4-9, we were reminded that our battles with anxiety and fear are common struggles among Christ followers. The Apostle Paul calls...
Jason Williams author
29.07.2018

The Miracle of Redemption (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at the miraculous work of God in redemption. 1 Corinthians 1:26-31 says that God chose us in our weakness in order to redeem us by working in us and through us for His glory. He takes what is weak, makes it...
Jason Williams author
22.07.2018

Approved and Entrusted (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the finished work of Jesus is enough to earn God’s approval for us and secure our calling in ministry. In 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8, Paul reminded the church that this was the basis for his encouragement...
Jason Williams author
22.07.2018

Approved and Entrusted (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the finished work of Jesus is enough to earn God’s approval for us and secure our calling in ministry. In 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8, Paul reminded the church that this was the basis for his encouragement...
Jason Williams author
15.07.2018

Freed From Shame (Audio)

This past Sunday, we looked at how sin and shame can impact our lives. Through the story of the Exodus, God reveals how the sin of Israel and the sin of the Pharaoh brought shame upon the people of Israel. Just like the people of Israel, shame tries...
8.07.2018

Dead Men Made Alive (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at Paul’s description of life before and after salvation. Prior to our salvation, the Bible calls us a people who are dead in our trespasses and those who walk according to the world. However, because of God...
Jeremy Williams author
1.07.2018

Hope in Suffering (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel produces hope in our suffering. In Romans 5, Paul reminds us of the justification that we have through our faith in Jesus and how that justification brings us peace with God and access into...
Jason Williams author
24.06.2018

God's Abounding Grace (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how God’s abounding grace works in our lives to eradicate sin and transform us into the image of Jesus. In Romans 6, Paul give us two primary commands in our battle against sin: consider ourselves dead to...
Jason Williams author
17.06.2018

Walk in the Light (Audio)

In the sermon this past Sunday, we looked at how the Gospel calls us to walk in transparency with God and each other. In 1 John 1, the Apostle John admonishes the church to understand that our confession of sin is what opens the door to true...
Jason Williams author