GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 1,675 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease In South Dakota a man by the name of August had a clothing store he was going to close up. His was not one of those perpetual year around closing sales. He was actually intending to go out of business by July. So he hung a sign in his window which read, The First Of July Is The…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 342 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease December in Peru is just as hot as July. The jungle is steaming and the insects are ferocious. Yet in that jungle setting more than 300 people from the Wycliff Bible Translators celebrate Christmas. The twinkling Christmas tree lights are not on a pine or fur tree, but on a banana…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 283 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Tommy Dorsey, the Gospel song writer, was at a Christian gathering in St. Louis when he got the message that his wife had died in child birth. He rushed back to Chicago and found that the baby also had died. Both were buried in the same coffin. He was a preacher's kid and so he…
Do we run a race similar to anyone who has gone before us? What can we learn from their examples? How should we run our race?
Paul Tinker • Sermon • • 111 views
style='margin:0cm;margin-bottom:.0001pt'>Let us pray, May the words of my mouth and the meditations of all of our hearts be acceptable in your sight – Our Lord and our redeemer – Amen Today, in our bible lessons we are given three distinct readings and each carry a weight, worthy of greater exploration…
What is the law of Christ? Pastor Chase takes us on a two fold journey through Galatians 6:1-5. He describes what it looks like to be a burden-bearer for others and how to handle Biblical discipline in the church body. These are two topics that will get you or someone you know out of their comfort zone and into the way life was meant to be lived. Carry on!
Randy Conway • Sermon • • 54 views
ROMANS THE WAY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS Bible Text: Romans 9:1-5 Subject: Burden Title: Paul’s Burden For Israel INTRODUCTION Biblical Orientation: At this point we enter a new section of the book of Romans. In chapter 1-8 we were taught that we are sinners, that we are saved by faith through Jesus Christ, and…
One of the marks of a family is that you help each other out. You stand by one another when others might walk away, and you look out for one another, keeping each other safe. If a member of your family was in an accident, you’d drop everything and do whatever you needed to do for them to get better.…
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 24 views
Sermon on Galatians 6:1-10 Title: Theme: Christians carry each others burdens. Goal: to encourage Christians to carry each others burdens Need: We often live in isolated groups and don’t value the importance of dependence. Outline Vs 1- depth of the relationship between believers Vs 2- carry each other’s…
LL Clay • NorthPointe Church of God - Nacogdoches, TX • Sermon • • 15 views • 27:38
Does God give you more than you can handle? Where is this saying in the Bible? What does God really say about what is allowed in our lives during tempations and trials? Context is extremely important when reading and understanding God's Word. Pastor Clay helps us to understand the implications of us "handling" life in our strength versus living in God's grace when we experience burdens more than we can handle.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 8 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Most of us could tell true stories of our forgetfulness that allowed us to put a book, a casserole, or some other object on the top of our car, and then get in and drive off. Some of these stories will have sadder endings than others, but it is not likely any of our stories could…
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 7 views
Sermon on Matthew 11:25-30 Title: Easy Does It Theme: Christ lightens the burden of the law Goal: to motivate Christians to follow Christ’s lightened burden Need: Many seek to add more rules and regulations to Christ’s lightened burden. Outline: Introduction about added rules and regulations. The truth…
Stephen Hustedde • Illustration • • 6 views
If you fill a bucket with a gallon of water and carry it on your head it quickly grows heavy and tiresome. In contrast, if you swim underwater you have many gallons of water on top of your head and the weight is not really burdensome. The environement that you are in alters your response to the burden.…
Philippians: Becoming Like Jesus
David Virr • Sermon • • 6 views • 35:36
The Philippians knew that it was hard to follow Jesus’ example…remember Philippi is a happening city…formerly a Greek centre…now under Roman control and domination…socially, culturally, religiously. Paul knew his readers would be prone to say: “Paul, this Christian life is hard. It’s impossible to follow Christ’s example.” so Paul sends to them…two real guys…to help them know what it looks like in real life! To know what Submitted…Obedient…Following Jesus looks like!
Brian T. Henderson • Sermon • • 5 views
Eight Sunday in Pentecost, July 6, 2008 Pastor Brian Henderson-Trinity Lutheran Church, San Diego, CA “Come Unto Me all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” [Matthew 11:28] INRODUCTION: We Americans don’t like the thought of being held captive by anyone, and the historical proof…
Harry Swayne • Illustration • • 5 views
Farmers know that when it's time to train a young bull they yoke together the young one to a mature bull. The mature bull dwarfs the younger bull physically and experientially so the training requires the mature bull to carry most of the weight. Rookies don't pull their own weight either. They are there…
The Rev. Craig Kuehn • Sermon • • 5 views
Theme: Dealing with the bad stuff Let us pray. Most holy, Lord God, we are beset with so many trials and tribulations, some of our own doing, some through no fault of our own; help us in carrying these many burdens, lighten our load, and be a constant companion on our way, through the one who suffered…