Pastor Brad Berglund • Sermon • • 2,453 views
John 13:1-5; 12-17 This story is significant because of its timing – Jesus was preparing for Calvary Hours before His betrayal – He was leaving those whom He loved dearly Critical messages – often last minute orders WHAT IS FOOT WASHING? A Cultural Necessity: Necessary because of the foot wear – sandals…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 1,301 views
Peter challenges us to love one another with pure hearts. This love for one another should be a characteristic of every church, but often it is not. The love for one another is the result of sanctification (purification) and guaranteed by the promises of God's Word. The church ought to be characterized by a love for one another.
Galatians: SOAR! Faith Without Limits "The Gospel, Grace, Freedom"
As we have studied Galatians we have been looking at the GOSPEL … GRACE … and now we are going to look at our FREEDOM !!! Galatians 5:1 ; 13-14 1 It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery. 13 For you were called to freedom,…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 846 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease D. L. Moody has related a tradition concerning the sight of Solomon's temple. It seems that the land was occupied by two brothers. One had a family and the other was unmarried. One evening after harvesting the wheat, as they sat in their separate dwellings, the elder brother said…
Loving God/ Loving Others
God created us in His image, so that we may represent Him in the world. The LORD had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you. “I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing.…
"It All Starts Here"
Introduction-Cain And Able Are you a Cain or an Able? The story of Cain and Able, is a classic. We heard it in Sunday School. The lesson is usually, Cain kills Able, don’t be a Cain. Just for fun I typed “Cain and Able coloring sheet” in the google-and I had a million responses. The pictures usually…
Humility in action! So humility, what is in biblically speaking, what does it mean to humble yourself before the Lord? Can we look at some biblical examples of humility? Yes we can, and that is what we are going to do this evening. When it comes to humility you may think of this passage (Mt5:5-9) 5 “Blessed…
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John R. Gentry • Sermon • • 282 views
The primary problem addressed by Paul in 1 Corinthians, the point behind the fruit of the Spirit, the primary pursuit in Ephesians, and the putting on of the new person in Colossians 3 is all about loving our brothers and sisters.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 281 views
Peter challenged the believers to love one another in 1 Peter 1:22-25. Peter expands on the Word and this love in 1 Peter 2:1-3. Peter gives us the basic components for how to purify the love in our relationships: purge them of sin, purify them with the Word, and purpose your actions in God's kindness. (Part 1 - Cleanse your Love)
Learning to "One Another"...Following His Plan to Build A Spiritual House
Kevin Kinnett • Sermon • • 275 views
E-Fighting There is a new craze in conflict resolution…watch this video and see if this is something that is just up your alley… There are going to be times in our life together as children of God where we disappoint one another, fail each other and sin against one another in so many ways…so perhaps…
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Church Gold Coast - Robina • Sermon • • 248 views • 50:23
We often think of forgiveness as having no limits. But that's not what the Bible teaches. God's grace, and ours, too, does have limits. But what are those limits, how do we encounter them, and what do they do to our relationships? In this exposition of Matthew 18:15-20, Malcolm explores how the love of Christ acts as mediator between Christians, and how people can, tragically, place themselves outisde the limits of forgiveness.
The Fugitive - Ultimate Kindness
David's Kindness to Mephibosheth, reflects the character of God whom extends his ultimate kindness and grace to all who call on the Lord Jesus. Just like in the life of Mephibosheth from Lo-debar, King Jesus can make good of out of what seems to be an irreversible-hopeless situation, as we welcome his…
Spiritual people are known for the love of God at work through them. This love governs how they treat theri brothers and sisters in Christ and compels them to use their spiritual gifts for the building up of the church.
And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” Where Must it Begin? By this all people will know that…
Lee Seibel • Sermon • • 110 views
1) Introduction a) LOVE. What a precious word. What a precious thing. We like to be where ther's love. It brings happiness, satisfaction, and inspiration to life. To be loved and to love. It makes the hard experiences in life so much more bearable. b) "The one thing we can never get enough of is love;…
This is Church
Introduction In many conversations with many different people about why they aren’t part of a church, I have heard many different responses. But often, there is a common thread that connects them all: the church isn’t personal to them—it’s not connected with “real” life. An institutionalized church stuck…
Welcome to LHC Connection Cards & Offering Continuing Sermon Series, “Transformed.” This weeks Sermon Title, “Sincere Love.” Grab your Bibles and Turn with me to Romans 12:1 Please stand for the reading of God’s Word. 1 Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your…
Things to dwell on
Love, can you get enough? Love is more than a splendored thing, love is God (1Jn4:8); love is what holds us together, man to God and man to man. All the world needs is love, right? RIGHT for God is love and God dwells in the heart of the believer and is displayed and demonstrated in how we live. (1Jn4:8;…
Brandon J. Ray • Sermon • • 60 views
Discrimination or judging a book by it's cover actually violates God's royal law - the law of love - therefore, if you discriminate than you are a lawbreaker. And you are not just guilty of violating a single law, but of breaking the enitre law because the individual laws reflect the will of the singular Lawgiver. So validate your religion by your words and actions for judgment is coming and show mercy for if you refuse your judgment will be merciless!
Dr. Hugo E. Garcia • Sermon • • 59 views
“Honor to whom deserves honor” is well-known Spanish saying. But who deserves honor? God, of course! Also authorities, leaders, the winners in any discipline, but Paul is instructing us to honor one another, regardless of position or status; simply because we are part of God’s family. To honor means…