Bob Pritchett • Example Community Church • Sermon • • 423 views • 0:34
Examples of excuses given for wrong actions We're all tempted to make excuses for our actions. It's the human nature. We all want to pretend that the bad things we do aren't our fault. We like to pretend we're not guilty. Ge 3:12–13 by Adam and Eve for eating the forbidden fruit ; Ex 32:22–24 by Aaron…
New Series - It’s time Spiritual Journey Know God Find Freedom Discover your Purpose - you won’t be really happy until you find and step into what God created you to do. Make a Difference You may have been in church for a long time… been following God for a long time. But no matter where you are on your…
Forgetting God For a christian is sounds ridiculous. How can a christian forget about God Is it even possible to forget about God? Forgetting about God would be like forgetting your wife or husband, it would like forgetting your children. Could you ever wake up and see a child in your house and then…
Matt Haywood • Sermon • • 126 views
Introduction: How many of you have ever tried to cut a trail through the woods or brush? You know if you have that a lot of times, what you have to do is to just beat the stuff back! I remember growing up and cutting trails through the backwater swamps behind my house and we would beat back the thorn…
Apathy to Action What keeps us from from the work of the Lord? Some say I can’t afford to Limited Money Limited Time Limited Resources Text: Haggai 1:2-7 2 Thus speaketh the Lord of hosts, saying, This people say, The time is not come, the time that the Lord ’s house should be built. 3 Then came the…
Pastor Russ Harper • Hope Church NNVA • Sermon • • 105 views • 43:11
What you don't kill will kill you. Fear is powerful and debilitating but we serve a Savior who has given us the ability to overcome fear . We will look at the word of God and see what He has to say about fear and how to overcome it.
Jesus coming for His Church
Purpose Purpose: (n) - the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists. (v) - have as one's intention or objective. Purpose, there is a purpose, plan and provision for church discipline. Though uncomfortable to talk about, uncomfortable to hear, the church at Thessalonica…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 68 views
Ezra recounts in his prayer how Israel responded to the blessings of God (9:6-15) with rebellion and disobedience. The text summarizes Israel's people as being prideful, stiff necked, breaking the Law, and indiffirent to God. As we compare the NT to God's work with Israel - we can be just as prideful, rebellious, disobedient, and indiffirent. We often are amazed at the Apostasy of Israel in the face of such mighty love and power. But the Gospel represents even greater power and grace. We ought to live by faith as we consider the power and love of the Exodus and the Gospel.
In his book, The Second Coming of the Church, Christian sociologist and pollster, George Barna, documents his findings about the differences in behaviors between those who identify themselves as born again Christians and non-Christians here in the United States. Among the results of his surveys are these:…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 65 views
Someone characterised by a settled attitude of slothfulness and idleness. Such people are consistently condemned throughout Scripture.
What is it? Is it a good thing, bad thing? 32 “For the waywardness of the naive will kill them, And the complacency of fools will destroy them. 18 Discipline your son while there is hope, And do not desire his death. 12 “It will come about at that time That I will search Jerusalem with lamps, And I will…