Author Archives : Rev. Steven Nicoletti


The Woman at the Well, Part 1: Introduction to a Sacramental Worldview, John 4:1-42

Download Audio Download Text   “The Woman at the Well, Part 1: Introduction to a Sacramental Worldview” John 4:1-42 June 16, 2019 Faith Presbyterian Church – Morning Service Pr. Nicoletti We return to John’s Gospel this morning, picking up in chapter four, looking at verses one through forty-two. This is a long, but rich passage, […]


Pentecost: Warfare by the Spirit, 1 Samuel 16:13-23

Download Audio   “Pentecost: Warfare by the Spirit” 1 Samuel 16:13-23 June 9, 2019 Faith Presbyterian Church – Evening Service Pr. Nicoletti Our text this evening is from First Samuel, chapter sixteen, verses thirteen through twenty-three. This is the next passage in our consecutive reading of the Book of Samuel … but providentially it is […]


Cultivating the Outward Appearance vs Cultivating the Heart, 1 Samuel 16:1-13

Download Audio Download Text “Cultivating the Outward Appearance vs Cultivating the Heart” 1 Samuel 16:1-13 June 2, 2019 Faith Presbyterian Church – Evening Service Pr. Nicoletti   Our text this evening is from First Samuel, chapter sixteen, verses one through thirteen.   To bring us up to speed again: Israel asked for a king like […]


I Am Not The Bridegroom, John 3:22-36

Download Audio Download Text   “I Am Not the Bridegroom” John 3:22-36 May 26, 2019 Faith Presbyterian Church – Morning Service Pr. Nicoletti   Our Scripture reading this morning is from the Gospel of John, chapter three, verses twenty-two through thirty-six. Please listen carefully, for this is God’s Word for us this morning.   3:22 After […]


“Loving” the World vs Loving “the World” vs Loving the World, John 3:16-21

Download Audio Download Text   “ ‘Loving’ the World vs Loving ‘the World’ vs Loving the World ” John 3:16-21 May 19, 2019 Faith Presbyterian Church – Morning Service Pr. Nicoletti   Our Scripture reading this morning is from the Gospel of John, chapter three, verses sixteen through twenty-one. Please listen carefully, for this is […]