Rex Bonar • Sermon • • 3,976 views
3/17/02 John 1:19-51 “A Burning and Shining Light…” Introduction: He was a young boy born and raised in a rural town. His parents had been involved in ministry all their lives. They both died when the child was fairly young. The boy separated himself from the world of his parents—took on the life of…
Christopher W. Myers • Sermon • • 2,841 views
Liberty University The Book of Hebrew’s Use of the Old Testament To Preach the Gospel A paper submitted to Dr. Adeyemi In partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the course NBST 654 Liberty Theological seminary By Christopher W. Myers Lynchburg, Virginia Sunday, 07 December, 2008 Table of Contents…
Robin • Sermon • • 1,048 views
Intro Welcome to Living Hope! We are almost done with a series we started in January called “Back to the Basics: Knowing why you believe what you believe.” We have a couple of points left to unpack. Today, we begin a new mini-series on the doctrine of the church: 10. /That the church, consisting of all…
Keith Coleman • Sermon • • 411 views
Sermon on the Priests of God This morning I want to look at the concept of the priesthood of all believers Before we look at this we need to look at the priesthood of the Old Testament. In the Old Testament, you had two leaders in Israel. One was a king the other was a priest This morning I want to look…
At the moment I have my study in my house. My office is in the basement of the parsonage. My children are most of the time at home and they know that daddy needs his time alone to get his work done. In order to keep out the noise of a house full of six boys I usually study with my door closed. Every…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 133 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease In the middle 1800's Henry Comstock staked his claim and dug until he found gold. He was getting some, but knew there had to be more. He was convinced there was a mother load there somewhere, and he kept digging. Weeks turned to months, and months to years, and finally he gave up…
For what purpose did God make us his people. In one sense Peter challenges us to personally live out the Gospel as foreigners in this world. In another sense, he challenges us to live an evangelistic life.
Jesus asked them again, “Whom do you seek?” And they said, “Jesus of Nazareth.” Jesus answered, “I told you that I am he. So, if you seek me, let these men go.” This was to fulfill the word that he had spoken: “Of those whom you gave me I have lost not one” ( John 18:7–9 ). When the mob of soldiers came…
Waldean Wall • Sermon • • 19 views
1 Peter 2:9-12 Before we get to the heart of the topic today, it's important that we talk briefly about priests. Many of us, for many reasons, may not think thoughts of grace when we think of priests; after all, the priests of the Bible did not always act rightly. The priesthood, however, was a VERY,…
Using many OT quotations and allusions, Peter continues to encourage his readers in their Christian conduct. Christians should respond to God’s saving act in Jesus with behavior that honors Him—they should act like they are indeed His people and representatives. 1 So put away all malice and all deceit…
Latin Mass 2020
Rev. Brendan McGrath • Sermon • • 13 views
LESSON: Vocations need support Today, in addition to being the Third Sunday after Easter, is the World Day of Prayer for Vocations. The day when, throughout the world, we are invited to pray for an increase in holy vocations to the priesthood and religious life. As the American bishop’s website says…
What Is The Church?
The church is not a building nor a service provider. We are Family, Servants, and Missionaries and wherever we go we are to invite people to Christ, Community, and Mission.
What Christ Offers
Peter Sample • Sermon • • 9 views
If you walk into a big library and pick up an old book on the history of civilization, after blowing the dust off and opening it up, you would find an interesting fact. World history shows that individual civilizations have grown and progressed, or not grown and become stagnant, because of the priestly…
What is the purpose of the Old Testament? What is the purpose of the New Testament? Which law are we under? What happens when we don't distinguish which law we are under?