The Gospel According to Paul
Rev. Delwyn and Sis. Lenita Campbell • Sermon • • 22 views
Prayer: Lord God, bless Your Word wherever it is proclaimed. Make it a Word of power and peace to convert those not yet Your own and to confirm those who have come to saving faith. May Your Word pass from the ear to the heart, from the heart to the lip, and from the lip to the life that, as You have…
Joining Jesus On His Mission Through Matthew
Rev. Delwyn and Sis. Lenita Campbell • Sermon • • 11 views
Achieving Kingdom Greatness A child is helpless and unable to reward the one who renders a favor or service. Thus to serve a little child who cannot enhance a person’s stature or opportunity for recognition is to serve with no expectation of reward (see Luke 9:47–48). The apostles thought of ruling masses…
Philemon: Interceding For Me
James (Jim) L. Goforth, Jr • Sermon • • 6 views
Philemon #4 Me Forgive? Well in my plans for preaching Philemon, I accomplished the expositional goals that I had. I’ve shown the deeper issue in forgiveness that while Paul was exhorting Philemon to forgive Onesimus, Paul was showing him the bigger picture in what Christ did by forgiving him. As we…
The Book of Matthew - Who is Your King?
Tom Hocking • Bellflower Brethren Church • Sermon • • 5 views
Who is YOUR King?!? The Gift of Transformational Forgiveness Matthew 18:21-35 Context & Theme: (vss. 15, 21) • Gospel theme: • Overall theme: • Secondary theme: • Sub-theme: The forgiveness/unforgiveness comparison: King • ____________________ • calm & composed • was owed ______________ • patient • merciful/compassionate…
Kenneth Timley Jr • Sermon • • 5 views
Judas Iscariot is infamous in history as the iconic back-stabber, the pseudo-disciple who betrayed Jesus and turned Him over to the officials to be tortured and killed. This stand-alone one-week message examines the character of Judas, the biggest mistake he made, and the way Jesus chose to respond to Judas’ betrayal.
The Matthew Study
Dr. Gregory Hall • Sermon • • 4 views • 38:47
What's up with tassels on the corners of people's garments? There's a lot of Old Testament context that bleeds over into the New Testament. Jesus is the great healer.
Living The Resurrected Life
As we continue to unpack the Lord's Prayer we look at the depth to which we have been forgiven by God and then look to how Jesus teaches us to forgive others...not that we should just try to forgive people for an extended period of time but rather to the type of people that would boast in forgiving others!
Rev. Delwyn and Sis. Lenita Campbell • St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church - Gary IN • Sermon • • 1 view
A man who was telling his friend about an argument he’d had with his wife commented, “Oh, how I hate it, every time we have an argument; she gets historical.” The friend replied, “You mean hysterical.” “No,” he insisted. “I mean historical. Every time we argue she drags up everything from the past and…
Chima Dioka • Sermon • • 1 view
INTRODUCTION ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 22 But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire. 23 Therefore…
Grace Is Greater
Anthony & Naomi Stephens • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction We have been going through a series here at FBC called, “Grace is Greater.” We have already seen how grace is greater than the sin in our lives that separates us from God. We have also seen how grace is greater than the circumstances that we go through in life. Today, I want to look at an…