Clarence Walker • Sermon • • 5 views
This sermon was writen for an assignment durning my time at Moody Bible Institute for The development and delivery of narrative messages that whas taught by Professor Ryan Heinsch. The "Big Idea" of this sermon is "Fearing Divine separation over mortal manipulation covers you in righteous fear." This sermon is built to not only give insight to what the BIble means by the begining of wisdom is the Fear of the Lord (Ps. 111:10) but also to prove that there are different ways to apply fear. Furthermore, this sermon is built to apply what righteous fear looks like in the life of a believer.
There is a King at the Gate
Robert L. Williams • Sermon • • 3 views
When we seek the face of God, we unlock life's gates of opportunity for our lives. We surround ourselves with his with his constant blessings, righteousness and salvation. He then becomes our source of power and might to engage and win every battle.
Psalms - Memorial Day 2020
Rev. Mark E. Brumley • Sermon • • 0 views
The title I have chosen for this psalm, “Tell of his might, sing of his grace,” taken from Robert Grant’s hymn “O worship the King,” serves to express the double message of the psalm. Its theme of divine grace is divided into common grace to humanity and special grace to Israel. Isaac Watts, in his paraphrase of Ps 145, “Sweet is the memory of thy name,” captured the distinction by his phrase “we who taste thy richer grace.”