Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 4,044 views
How to Stay Up in a Down Time Psalm 37:1-9 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Nov. 7, 2012 *Do you ever fret? -- Charles Spurgeon tells us that to “fret is to worry, to have the heart burn, to fume, to become vexed” (angry, irritated, agitated, annoyed). (1) *Anybody who’s been paying any…
Toby L. Soechting • Sermon • • 2,260 views
our refuge INTRODUCTION: 1. Read text: Joshua 20:1-9. 2. Regarding text: (1) Upon arriving in Canaan, the Israelites were to choose six cities of refuge. A. Cities of refuge were to be conveniently located. B. Three on the West side of the Jordan and three on the East side (Num. 35:14). (2) Purpose:…
Steve Caswell • Sermon • • 1,182 views
Where Can You Find Refuge? Joshua 20:1-9 Stephen Caswell © 1999 Where Can You Find Refuge? A Place Of Refuge Sometimes life goes by at a hectic pace. Your head starts spinning because of the endless activity. After living like this for a while you just want to stop and rest for a while. It is at times…
Sermon • • 975 views
My brothers and sisters we live in uncertain times. So many people today have no idea how they are going to make it. They don’t know if they will be able to take care of their family, because no two days are ever the same. Some would even suggest that they don’t have enough to make their ends meet; while…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 688 views
Nahum is a prophetic book promising the freedom of Israel from Assyrian rule and the total destruction of Nineveh. In the first chapter, Nahum describes God as working in two important ways. The book begins with a repeated description of God as zealous and vengeful. The author emphasizes God's power over water, land, and people (1:4-5). Nahum then questions the wisdom of rebelling against God. (1:6, 9) The entire section culminates in the prophetic promise of the total destruction of the city of Nineveh. (1:12-14) Though the main focus is God's vengeance against Nineveh; it also emphasizes that God is slow to anger (v. 3), a refuge to his people (v. 7), and Good (v. 7). As whole, Nahum defends God's justice emphasizing his goodness and patience along with his demand for vengeance.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 412 views
The cave of Adullum. [P] 1 Samuel 22:1-2 So David departed from there and escaped to the cave of Adullam; and when his brothers and all his father’s household heard of it, they went down there to him. Everyone who was in distress, and everyone who was in debt, and everyone who was discontented gathered…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 267 views
Psalm 46. As you know, last time we started to look at the book of Haggai – I gave a bit of an introduction, and today I was going to have a look at chapter one. However …. in the meantime there has been a bit of a shakeup and all my preparation was on a computer which didn’t work because there was no…
Frank Walker • Sermon • • 261 views
A long time ago, the prophet Isaiah wrote, They that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint (Isa. 40:31). This is one of the best descriptions of the strength that God gives to his people…
Dr. John Barnett • Sermon • • 198 views
March 2, 2012 By John Barnett read, print, and listen to this resource on our website www.DiscoverTheBook.org As we open to Psalm 40, David feels life’s become like a horrible pit. Probably the closest public event that would mirror David’s life is what the quake-struck residents of Haiti and Chile have…
The Gospel of Luke
Nothing will turn Jesus aside from his mission which will be completed at Jerusalem - even though it will cost him his life. Jesus goes on because he longs to offer refuge to God's people - but they are not willing. Still the hope is held out that one day, some will be among the crowd that welcomes Jesus, ultimately victorious, into the presence of his Father, God.
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 57 views
class=MsoNormal align=right style='text-align:right'>1) 7-27-08…AM…SBC"The Southern Campaign” Joshua 10 Introduction: Interpreting Narratives (Source: “Putting the Truth to Work” by Doriani) 1- Accurate interpretation of a narrative drama means that the narrative always focuses on the acts of God. 2-…
Leticia Falcon • Sermon • • 42 views
John 1:14 John 1:14 And the Word (Jesus) became flesh (a man), and dwelt (tabernacle) among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth. Jesus became human Flesh – the physical nature of man as subject to emotions, suffering, prone to sin, hunger,…
Eric • Sermon • • 39 views
Summary: Advice for handling the difficult times that come with every year. Cast your burdens on God. Take refuge in God. Replace anxiety with thoughts of God. Complete Teaching Notes without Transcript: What is causing you to worry? What if… Job, Relationship, Health, Economy, Government, Kids It’s…
Kenneth Martinez • Refuge Church • Sermon • • 30 views • 36:17
People in the ancient world lacked many things. But they never lacked faith in the divine. In times of anguish and distress they could confidently sing: "God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble." Psalms 46:1. Come and learn about that God that can be a strong refuge in times of trouble. Lunch will be provided after the service!
Nehemiah - Building a city of refuge
We are so excited about starting our new series: “Nehemiah – Building a city of refuge”. Nehemiah was the man who finally rebuilt Jerusalem, after dozens of years of being desolated and several failed attempts. On his story, we can find timeless lessons about leadership, endurance, and mission. As we study the book named after him, we’ll gain insights to build our own community of Refuge, or any personal enterprise you may have.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 27 views
Nahum 1. Recap intro: Remember the introduction to Nahum – who was the prophecy against? (clue v.1) – Nineveh, the capital of that cruel and wicked empire of Assyria that oppressed God's people for years. Do you recall what the name "Nahum" means? And do you remember what I said that Assyria signified?…
Introduction Welcome to First Community Church at home, we are so glad that you are here to worship with us in Spirit and in Truth this morning and pray that each one of you is well and resting in God’s amazing grace. As we continue Church at Home, let us remember to take time out to check our emails…