Jim L. Wilson • Illustration • • 1,776 views
Happiness In Matthew 5, Jesus begins a sentence with the same words, “Blessed are...” eight different times. What does it mean to be blessed? It is a religious sounding word, isn’t it? It is pregnant with virtue–a stained glass sort of a word. The truth is, the Greek word simply means happy. In English,…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 462 views
The blessings pronounced by Jesus Christ in the Sermon on the Mount on those whose lives exhibit particular characteristics or qualities. These contrast sharply with popular values and outlooks.
Introduce the Kingdom of God The Bible is one grand continuous story. It’s God’s story. The Old and New Testaments are not two completely different stories. The New Testament and Jesus and His teachings do not somehow do away with or replace the Old Testament. Jesus taught and proclaimed the exact same…
Introduction: My name is Adam, I’m the pastor here at Abide church. I’m also a professor in here at CBC. I teach Accounting and Economics courses. If you’re new, I want to thank you for visiting us and tell you that we’re really glad you’re here. Baggage… I’ve got baggage… But Jesus has made his followers…
LL Clay • NorthPointe Church of God - Nacogdoches, TX • Sermon • • 56 views • 15:08
How are we as Christians to face the uncertainty and chaos around the world as COVID-19 touches every community and neighborhood? Pastor Clay shares with us a common thread through Matthew 24 where Jesus speaks to us about how to be strong in our faith while watching the world around us.
Introduction: My name is Adam, I’m the pastor here at Abide church. I’m also a professor in here at CBC. I teach Accounting and Economics courses. If you’re new, I want to thank you for visiting us and tell you that we’re really glad you’re here. Continuing 1 year sermon series on “The Sermon On The…
Fixer Uppers: Letting Jesus Renovate Your Life
Welcome to our first week of Fixer-Uppers: a teaching series focusing on allowing Jesus to renovate our lives. Happy Mother's Day.