Series on Elijah and Elisha
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 371 views
Elijah and Elisha 14. We come now to the end of the story of Elijah! His departure; the transition from Elijah to Elisha. Let’s turn to 2 Kings chapter 2. [P] In the introduction to this series, if you can remember that far back!, I said that “Elijah” means “ יהוה is God ” – and that has been the issue…
"Let it be" was the first word Jesus ever uttered in the Gospel according to Matthew. His life was all about, “let it be.” He said we are supposed to begin our prayer with “Thy kingdom come, and Thy will be done," which is another way of saying "let it be." In this sermon, let's explore the wisdom of "let it be!"
Dennis A Larson • Oak Grove • Sermon • • 93 views • 32:31
Remain standing as we read from Mark 1:9-15 I have not fully understood these verses for much of my life. I spent a good deal of time yesterday doing additional reading and research. At face value it seems pretty straightforward, but I think there is more behind the text and I want to attempt to draw…
In this sermon Pastor Alex preached about "Overcoming the Wilderness". Coming from Matthew's Gospel chapter 3 verses 16 & 17 and chapter 4. Pastor Alex used Jesus' example in this text to teach us how to handle the transition from Christ's crowning moment in the water to His low moments in the wilderness. Pastor Alex shared 3 things that Christ did to overcome the wilderness. - Remained in His Anointing - Remembered the Father's Affirmation - Recalled the Word of God Listen and let this message inspire you!
Life of Christ
Michael Sullivant Jr • Sermon • • 45 views
Introduction: Many times we are tempted to approach the Word of God in the same way we approach a Moo-gra-ta Buffet, we take what we want and we leave the stuff we don’t really like. If we are eating with friends, we will eat what they eat so we don’t offend them, and when we come to church we polite…
Karl M Schultz • First Evangelical Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 28 views • 17:58
John the Baptist knew how to gather a crowd. People came to him from all over Judea and throughout Jerusalem. But John didn't want the attention for himself. He used his popularity to point people to Jesus.
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 24 views
Why We Believe What We Believe about Baptism Matthew 3:13-15 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Jan. 9, 2013 *Baptism is a big deal in Ukraine. Most churches don't have a baptistery, and the winters are very cold, so they only get to baptize once or twice a year. On those days the whole…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 23 views
BY PASTOR GLENN PEASE What a surprise it would be to see a fish climbing a tree. Yet such a sight is possible because of the climbing perch of India. These three to eight inch fish have movable spines on their gills, and by thrusting with their tails and front fins they can scoot up a slanting tree by…
The Life & Work of Christ
Laron Evans • Sermon • • 15 views
Last week we saw an early period of Jesus’ life known as the Period of Preparation. Today we will explore a very vital point of his life known as the Inauguration Period. Inauguration means the beginning of something. It is called the Inauguration period because these events mark the beginning of Jesus’…
St. Mark tells us that John “was proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins” ( Mk 1:4 ). When we use the word “baptize” today, it’s always in the context of a religious ceremony. Baptism has become a very special word for a specific Christian ritual. Not so in John’s day. To baptize…
John the Baptist was baptizing sinners into the forgiveness of sins. So when Jesus also came to be baptized, John would have prevented him. Why? Because John knew that Jesus was the only person on earth who did not need to be baptized. You need baptism. You’re a sinner. I need baptism. I’m a sinner.…
The Gospels: Face to Face with Jesus
Kevin Miller • Sermon • • 12 views
Intro [Slide 1] Hey Calvary, welcome , we’re continuing a series that we started last week called Face to Face with Jesus . The series focuses on encounters and conversations that people have with Jesus. It seeks to shed light on how encounters with Jesus are transformational , both in the encounters…