Sermons

Below are past sermons listed by title, series, speaker & passage. There is also a brief description of each for your convenience. Sermons are posted by the end of the day on the Wednesday following each Sunday. We provide audio & written files along with a pdf of the slides used. Each sermon is color coded in the text to correspond to slide changes. Enjoy!

11/06/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

Ta Ethne

Passage: 
Romans 11:1-36 (NIV) Read...
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We never want to make the same mistake twice. Israel had disregarded God’s righteousness, and as a result His call. In our Christian subculture, it is possible to do the same, and Paul warns us of this in Chapter 11. 

11/06/2016

Fall Building Update

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10/30/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

The Great Omission

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 10:1-21 (NIV) Read...
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Scripture from beginning to end communicates the Gospel in simplicity. Salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus, and the Church is called to bring that message to all people groups of the world. This began with the call to Abraham in Genesis 12 and extends to us today (Matthew 24:14, 28:19-20). Yet, we often commit the sin of the Great Omission instead of practicing the Great Commission. How have we added to the Gospel, making it unattainable to others? Or, how have we gotten hung up on issues making them larger than they were intended to be, and therefore, missed the call of God to the people groups of the world as the Church? These questions are addressed in todays sermon. 

10/23/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

Choosing

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 9:6-33 (NIV) Read...
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Israel had become complacent & nationalistic. Thinking righteousness was obtained by merely being Jewish, and attained through following the Law. Paul longs for Israel to have know God’s grace through faith in Jesus in all their tradition & Scriptures. The majority had not, which cut them off from salvation, but does this negate their elect status, and nullify the Promise of God? Paul says no. We explore these thoughts as we finish out Romans 9. 

10/16/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

Sacred Knowledge

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 9:1-5 (NIV) Read...
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As we listen to Paul’s heart & teaching. Do we assimilate it? Allowing it to pierce our hearts & transform our daily lives? Or do we disregard it as outdated and no longer applicable? Do we practice tradition without understanding meaning? Do we come to church trying to twist & bend Scripture to say what we want it to say? Picking & choosing only that which we like, and throwing out the rest? Or, do we take it at face value for what it is, since we realize this is God’s word to us, Jesus is Lord, and the only way to true salvation? 

10/08/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

3 F's

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 8:31-39 (NIV) Read...
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Our relationship with Christ is mirrored in matrimony, and marked by fidelity & faithfulness. A relationship officially sealed in community, pregnant with commitment, and sealed with ongoing forgiveness. God is committed to his Bride, the Church. He protects & works for the good of his spouse throughout all time - never giving up, always keeping his covenant promise. We explore these ideas at the end of chapter 8 of Romans this Sunday. 

10/02/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

Let Him Do His Work

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 8:28-30 (NIV) Read...
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Some issues trip us up getting us into heady arguments. Predestination is one. But let’s let it stand as it should, something we cannot fully comprehend, but a comfort nonetheless. God is working for our good, conforming us to his image, as we are sheltered under his grace. We have ultimate grand purpose in Him. For that we can be grateful! 

09/25/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

Future Hope

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 8:18-27 (NIV) Read...
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Romans 8:18-27 reveals that although we’ve been promised some suffering in the Christian life, we’ve also been promised a future hope on which we can rely due to the unchanging nature of God & His promises. God has not left us alone in our struggle but rather intercedes for us, and with us, providing all the tools necessary to withstand spiritual attack in daily battle! 

09/18/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

Full Rights

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 8:14-17 (NIV) Read...
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We are children of God, legally adopted, taking on the family name, and all that comes with it. Including all the glory, as well as the suffering. By faith alone we’ve become heirs, and co-heirs with Christ. What should that do to a persons outlook & demeanor in life? What does it mean in how we view ourselves inwardly, and how we operate outwardly? This is what we explore in this weeks sermon. 

09/11/2016
The Roman Road: A Sermon Series at Six:Eight Vineyard Church

The Enemy Within

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Romans 8:5-13 (NIV) Read...
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We often feel we battle with two separate selves. The good & bad; the Enemy Within. This week Paul talks about the difference between those who have their minds set on what the flesh desires as opposed to those who have their minds set on what the Spirit desires. But he has good news for those of us who live in constant accusation or condemnation, for those who feel they consistently lose the battle to the flesh...the Spirit of God wins! God is pleased with you in Christ - the struggle means something!