Jim L. Wilson • Illustration • • 1,646 views
STEWARDSHIP After terrorists attacked America on September 11, 2001, people opened up their hearts and their pocketbooks to give to those directly affected by the tragedy. The American Red Cross received $547 million dollars for the cause, but until there was a public uproar, the Red Cross was not planning…
The fourth Sabbath in August is the global Adventist church's enditnow emphasis day where we stand up against violence in all forms. Jason Worf shares about verbal abuse in this sermon called "Words that Wound." He addresses victims of abuse, abusers, and compasionate bystanders from Isaiah 58 and the advice of Christian counselors on how to respond to abusive speach.
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. Once you were not a people, but now you are the people of God; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received…
Gospel Shaped Outreach
This sermon is part of the Gospel Shaped Church Curriculum created by the Gospel Coalition. Information about it can be found at http://gsc.thegospelcoalition.org or www.gospelshapedchurch.org -------------------------------
Charles Fombelle • Sermon • • 19 views • 1:23:06
God’s Plans Revealed in Our Plans I am not suggesting that God plans are secondary to our plans. I am saying that God’s plans are easier to see when we look at the past. In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps. your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it…
The Demands of Christ
Chris Brewster • The Well Church OKC • Sermon • • 17 views • 1:05:38
As people, it is apparent that we are remarkably bad at choosing people for the best reasons. We are predictably drawn to what we see, to the outward appearance. This is often the natural inception of our understanding of others, and this is not always a bad thing. However, we have to move to a much more accurate assessment of someone by viewing who they are in the inside. When we miss this, we end up with all kinds of trouble. We elect, hire, marry, reward attractive people, or people who perform well, but miss the much more important beauty of so many who may not have the appearance of others. In the same way, we have learned to have the outside of our cups clean and decorated in specific ways in order to be accepted.