James: Faith That Works... Your Faith in Action
Pastor Jed Johnston • Sermon • • 2,410 views • 40:23
As we have studied James it has been clear that our Faith in Christ and His finished work is sufficient for salvation, yet… a Faith in Christ should challenge us to put action to what we believe in and cause us to live life differently! Today James challenges that Faith in Action in the area of PATIENCE...…
Aaron Sturgill • Sermon • • 692 views
Introduction This morning we have the opportunity to take a closer look at two of the characteristics of love – patience and kindness. I want you to know up front that I don’t intend to follow Henry Ward Beecher’s exhortation, “There is no such thing as preaching patience into people, unless the sermon…
Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Introduction 1. Book of Galatians first half is primarily about what the Gospel is not. a. The Gospel is not about morality, trying to be a good person. b. The Gospel is not about tradition, committing yourself to a religion, a movement or a way of doing things. c. The Gospel is not about culture, like…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 548 views
Jesus Christ supremely displays God’s patient character in his work of salvation. The patience of Jesus Christ is seen in his relationships with people and in his perseverance through trial and suffering to death. Followers of Christ are called to demonstrate patience in all their relationships and circumstances.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 477 views
The quality of forbearance and self-control which shows itself particularly in a willingness to wait upon God and his will. Believers are called upon to be patient in their expectations of God’s actions, and in their relationships with one another.
A farm boy accidentally overturned his wagon-load of corn in the road. The farmer who lived nearby came to investigate. “Hey, Willis,” he called out, “forget your troubles for a moment and come on in and have dinner with us. Then I'll help you get the wagon up.” “That's mighty nice of you,” Willis answered,…
You Asked for It
Today we’re picking up topic 3 of our “You Asked for It” series - How do I deal with difficult people? Everyone has a difficult person in their life. can’t seem to get along with someone who won’t stay out of your business someone at work who seems intent on making your life miserable . . . No Magical…
Galatians 5:22-23 In one of his meetings, D.L. Moody was explaining to his audience the truth that we cannot bring about spiritual changes in our lives by our own strength. He demonstrated the principal like this: “Tell me,” he said to his audience, “how can I get the air out of the tumbler I have in…
Good morning! We are week 3 in of our Series entitled - Radical Community… I am really excited in what God is doing in our congregation.. We have four Community groups meeting and I would like to encourage you to participate…not only will you get something out of it your will be a blessing to someone…
Joe Wittwer • Sermon • • 210 views
January 7, 2007 The Life You’ve Always Wanted Part 1: An Unhurried Life: the practice of slowing Introduction: To be spiritually healthy, you can’t be in a hurry. Many of us suffer from “hurry sickness”. What’s the cure? 1. ______________________: making __________________________________. Mark 6:30-32;…
Pastor Harold Wedderburn • FMM • Sermon • • 210 views • 56:28
The word of God calls us to become mature in the knowledge of him, but in order to accomplish this we must continue to forward from the foundational doctrines. And grow up in Christ.
Memorial Day “Never Forget” This weekend we observe Memorial Day. We don’t celebrate it, we observe it. People died for our freedom. We don’t celebrate their death, we observe that day and remember their sacrifice for us. A sacrifice is not something to celebrate as much as it is something to appreciate.…
You must RELEASE the good and bad issues of your soul into the Hands of God in order to receive the INCREASE He has promised and prepared for you!
Charles Spurgeon • Faithlife Sermons • Illustration • • 188 views
The hammer said, “I will break the anvil.” The anvil did not answer, but abode in its place, while the hammer smote it day after day. Month after month, year after year, the anvil patiently received the blows, but after a while the hammer broke. And though it did not say so, for it was too quiet to speak,…