Jeremy Sarber, Christian pastor


The Denial of Genuine Christian Believers

The mistake of Landmarkism is in denying the greater part of the church because they haven’t attained a minimum level of growth and understanding.

6 Characteristics of Effective Church Leaders

Using himself as an example, Paul shows us that his success in Ephesus was simply the fruit of his personal commitment to God and his Word.

God Remembers the Silent Servants

God sees every quiet deed. He knows the so-called silent servants among us. In fact, God’s the one working through them as they serve others.

Discerning the True Church of Jesus Christ

There are false churches and false teachers. But we should also recognize that true churches have varying degrees of doctrinal purity.

3 Appearances of Christ After His Death

The resurrection of Christ is the very heart of what we believe as Christians. To think otherwise is to deny both Christ and the gospel.

The Pure Praise of Psalm 150

When believers recognize the greatness of God, it causes our affection for him to spill out from our hearts, and that is the essence of worship.

Who Holds the Keys To the Kingdom?

The rock upon which Christ built his church is himself and by extension all believers who know Christ through God’s revelation.

When the Church Sparked a Riot

If the church is willing to put her lamp on a stand rather than hide it under a basket, we will be effective despite the darkness of this world.

Bible Preservation Through Mass Production

Men produced hundreds of Bible copies, scattering them across the earth. Not every copy was perfect, but God ensured that his Word would remain.

Fighting the Devil With the Word of God

As a result of Paul’s faithfulness to preach the gospel, the believers’ determination, and God’s power at work, God’s Word prevailed mightily.

The Evidence Against King James Onlyism

The evidence doesn’t support the idea that the KJV can be the only accurate English translation. Even the KJV translators would refute that notion.

The Jewish Roots of the Church at Ephesus

In a Gentile city, God was slowly moving Jews away from the Old Covenant to the New. He was laying the first stones of the Church at Ephesus.

Why I Left the Primitive Baptist Church

When I resigned from Angier Church, the deacons asked me to cite my differences, at least in broad terms. So I’ll tell you what I told them.

New Sermon Series: Ephesians

I have always profoundly anticipated my future study and teaching of Ephesians. Thankfully, the time has finally come.

Remember God Before It’s Too Late

Ecclesiastes is an evangelistic call to believe in God and have faith in his plans and purposes. The Preacher lifts our sights above secular life.

How To Be a Godly Man of Strength

As we think about what it means to be strong, we must set aside conventional wisdom. The Bible has a much different prescription for strength.

New Series: Honest With Me

After 35 years in the Primitive Baptist Church, what could motivate me to walk away? “Please explain,” people have requested. Here goes.

Fulfilling the Great Commission (Part 2)

Do you believe Christ is the Sovereign King? Do you believe God gave him all authority? If so, Jesus says, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations.”

Fulfilling the Great Commission (Part 1)

There is no reason to fear the task of acting as Christ’s ambassadors. As the born-again people of God, the Spirit has equipped us for this very role.

Despite the Frustrating Enigmas of Life

The world is full of paradoxes and vexations that we can’t begin to understand because we’re not God. The secret is to accept life for what it is.

Embrace Your Suffering and Study Death

What happens when the good, easy days of life have passed and adversity comes? Faith is the answer, but can faith even endure the troubles we face?

We Can’t Buy Satisfaction Or Eternal Life

Money does not equal contentment and death is inevitable. You can’t buy your way into satisfaction, and you can’t buy your way out of mortality.

10 Characteristics of the Early Church

Before any of the problems, Acts 2 describes the church as it was in the beginning. Acts 2:42-47 provides us with a simple formula to follow.

For What Did God Save Us?

Once God decided to sovereignly choose a people for salvation, what did he have in mind for us? What did he expect? What’s the objective?

The Miseries of Wealth and Materialism

Wealth in a purely secular context leads to misery. The problem is that the secular mind assumes that wealth and joy invariably go together. They don’t.

Remembering Christ In a Sacred Supper

The Lord’s Supper is not an empty ritual. The bread and the wine are intended to be vivid illustrations that direct our hearts to Christ.

Approaching God With Fear and Reverence

How can we, finite creatures, approach Almighty God? How do we seek his help and friendship? How do we go to him?