Tad Wychopen • Sermon • • 1,679 views
Sermon Type: Expository Title: Benefits of Justification Passage: Romans 5:1-11 Subject Compliment: Justification’s benefits are only obtainable through Jesus Christ. Proposition: We must live righteously because of the benefits of justification. Introduction Illustration: Most everyone has been through…
Steve Caswell • Sermon • • 230 views
1 Peter 1:3-9 Stephen Caswell © 2000 Hope, Taking The Hand Of God Many years ago, King George VI of England addressed the British commonwealth on New Year's Eve at a moment in history when the whole world stood on the brink of uncertainty. Despondency and uncertainty filled the air. The king's own body…
Hope gives believers confidence and reassurance in this present life, allowing them to lead effective lives for God. It also reassures them of the reality of eternal life, allowing them to face difficulties with confidence.
3 And not only that, but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; 4 and perseverance, character; and character, hope. 5 Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us. 1 Therefore, having…
When I became a Believer, I was told that I needed to grow in my walk with Jesus. You hear about people who give their lives to God and BAM, they are like one of the disciples or something. People say that Jesus changed them, but how? For me, it seemed that there was a long list of things that I had…
The Book of ACTS
Dan Williams • Trinity BFC • Sermon • • 40 views • 44:03
Acts 11:1-18 Here, Peter encounters some criticism upon returning to Jerusalem to share about the spread of the gospel among the Gentiles. In the end, we will see how God is glorified through Peter's response to this criticism and seek to make practical application to our own lives for those moments of criticism in ministry.
Daniel H Weems Sr • Sermon • • 35 views
In 2 Thessalonians Paul thanks God and brags to other churches about 3 really great things that the Thessalonians had going for them. That was their: faith, their love and their hope. Family these three things should be what this family is about. Faith, Love and Hope. Like our family the Thessalonians…
Andrew Hamilton • Sermon • • 33 views
THESE THREE REMAIN (1 Corinthians 13) Michelangelo was eight years older than Raphael – two of the greatest Italian Renaissance painters. Michelangelo came into Raphael’s studio one day and examined one of his prized images. Picking up a piece of chalk, Michelangelo scrawled clear across the painting…
2) Do I own my faith? Is your faith the result of a cultural or family tradition — something you were raised with — or because you know it makes your girlfriend happy, or because your seminary scholarship depends on it, or because you live in a religious society where it's advantageous to be a "Christian?"Deep…
A survey of all of the pieces we have been studying in the first eight chapters of Romans. Very lengthy, but some of the most powerful theology there is.
All Creation is Groaning Looking through the lens of community ministry. The whole earth awaits the redemption of the children of God. Studying God’s compassion highlights three separate attributes of God’s goodness. They are, 8. Mercy, Grace, Patience. God’s mercy, patience, and grace may be seen as…