Friday Sermon | Sanctity of Human Life by Matt Chandler

villagechurchFor today’s good sermon, we’ll be visiting The Village Church led by Pastor Matt Chandler. Now, this sermon by Matt Chandler is one of the few examples of the modern-hip approach to church service where the Word of God is still preached well. The stage, the dress-down casual attire, and the personal anecdotes are all very modern stylings, but when Matt preaches the Scriptures here, he handles them well. He still preaches Christ, and Him crucified for our sins. I’ve reviewed a few of his sermons in the past and have always found his zeal for the Gospel of Grace quite refreshing, even motivating. The sermon category is listed as Prayer, but this sermon addresses the sin of abortion. Are there some portions I think didn’t need to be in the sermon? Sure, but they don’t diminish the Biblical case he makes for the sanctity of Human life at conception.

Listen, friend. This isn’t political. This might be fought at times in the political arena, but I can assure you this is not a political issue. This is a biblical, ethical, spiritual issue that, to our shame, few of us have been moved by. –Matt Chandler

I encourage you to follow the link below to watch the sermon on the Village Church’s website where they’ve provided a written transcript so you can take your time to review the message and double-check and cross-reference the Biblical texts.

http://www.thevillagechurch.net/sermon/the-sanctity-of-human-life/

2 John 1:3 (ESV) 3 Grace, mercy, and peace will be with us, from God the Father and from Jesus Christ the Father’s Son, in truth and love.

Amen.
In Christ Jesus,
Jorge

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