Jon Garnant 2014 Sermons

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The Lie from 8 Miles High       Jan 4, 2014
The first in a series of three sermons concerning the lie: "There is no God"
A Dangerous Delusion       Jan 25, 2014
The first in a series of three sermons concerning the lie: "There is no God"
Entering History       March 8, 2014
Your Neighbor's Neighbor       April 5, 2014
Given in San Diego, Garnant explores, in depth, the parable of the Good Samaritan, with excellent insight and provocative speculation. He also discusses how Jesus interacted with those who opposed Him or questioned Him.
My Neighbor's Neighbor       April 21, 2014
The Wretched Man's Choice       April 26, 2014
To His Own Master       May 17, 2014
Count 7 Sabbaths       June 7, 2014
Post-Pentecost Pericardium       June 14, 2014
How has our heart changed? This sermon identifies four acts of piety and righteousness that bear spiritual fruit which protects our heart and allows us to grow.
The 2nd Moses       July 26, 2014
An outstanding sermon that compares, in depth, the amazing parallels between Moses and Jesus, many of which are not immediately obvious. Garnant shows similarities in verse structure, in chapters, and in phraseology, and leaves the listener in awe of the Bible itself. Examples are in the birth narrative; Moses as God; John 1 vs Genesis 1, and many more. It is a message that the listener will want to hear more than once.
The New & Final Moses       Aug 2, 2014
God and Neighbor       Sept 13, 2014
Garnant looks into the two great laws of the New Testament and shows that they are based clearly on the Old Testament. He delves deeply into the multitude of Old Testament scriptures teaching the principles of love, grace, caring, kindness, fairness. The New Testament does not introduce these concepts, but expands on these Old Testament principles. There has always been a spiritual component to the law. It guides us in honoring God by fulfilling our obligations to our neighbor.
Behind the Veil - Atonement Perspectives       Oct 4, 2014
Why was the extensive Leviticus 16 ritual needed? To appease an angry God? One only satisfied by death? Garnant expounds upon these Atonement rituals and parallels the difficult duties of the high priest. He then answers why this day is important for Christians to observe. God has delivered us, forgiven us, done miracles for us, has shown us we can fully trust Him. When we pray, ask forgiveness, we go behind the veil.
The Sheep and the Lima Beans       Nov 1, 2014
Joseph We Remember       Nov 22, 2014
Ask Joseph       Dec 27, 2014