E. Keith Hassell • Sermon • • 25,671 views
Intercession and Spiritual Warfare Pastor Keith Hassell Introduction Intercessors are a great gift to the body of Christ. As a pastor I am thankful for every person who feels a special calling to intercede for me and for the church I pastor. I recognize that intercessors have played a key role in what…
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Introduction In 1995, the oldest bank in England announced it was seeking bankruptcy. It lost nearly one billion dollars in a stock gamble. At the time it went under, it held over $100 million in assets for Queen Elizabeth. A year earlier, the chief trader at their Singapore office started betting some…
Randy Conway • Sermon • • 756 views
LIVING GODLY Bible Text: Joshua 22, read 1-6 and then others as go through Subject: Accountability Title: Living Godly Means Having A Witness Of Accountability To One Another In The Church INTRODUCTION Biblical Orientation: In our passage today, another landmark will be set. Do you remember the traits…
Rusty Russell • Sermon • • 149 views
ATTENTION: TOGETHER THEY RUN - SERMON SPICE My favorite line in that little clip is where it says, “Without ____________, _________ couldn’t run. “Without ____________, _________ wouldn’t run Together they run: one has the strength, the other has the heart.” That is a picture of one of my favorite words:…
You said you didn't need her You told her good-bye (good-bye) You sacrificed a good love To satisfy your pride Now you wished That you should have her (have her) And you feel like such a fool You let her walk away Now it just don't feel the same Gotta blame it on something Gotta blame it on something…
Genesis - In the beginning
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Sermon • • 113 views
D. JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN - 42:1-45:15 1. THE FIRST JOURNEY OF JOSEPH’S BRETHREN TO EGYPT (WITHOUT BENJAMIN) - Ch 42 About twenty-two years are between the sale of Joseph and the time his brothers will come to Egypt for food: Thirteen years to his promotion, Seven years of plenty and Two years of famine.…
God's kind of man is not defined by physical strength. God's kind of man is defined by the spritiual strength that comes by living by the example of Christ.
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 61 views
Purity: Fleeing Youthful Lusts The world is obsessed with cleanness. Everywhere you look you see people with different hand cleaners and antibacterial soaps and lotions. People want cleanness outwardly, but purity in heart? That is not the case. Everything that we see in this world is saturated with…
James McGowan • Sermon • • 53 views
Psalm 78:1-8 1 Listen, O my people, to my instruction; Incline your ears to the words of my mouth. 2 I will open my mouth in a parable; I will utter dark sayings of old, 3 Which we have heard and known, And our fathers have told us. 4 We will not conceal them from their children, But tell to the generation…
Maranatha Bible Church • Sermon • • 36 views
Celebrating motherhood should not just be relgated to one day on the yearly calendar. For the child of God, it is a biblical mandate to live in such a way that moms are honored.
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 27 views
Sermon on Ecclesiastes 4:7-12 Title: Knotted Together In Christ (Cadet Sunday 2011) Theme: Two knotted together with Christ are better than one or two together Sermon: Cadets, Start off with the challenge of putting nails into a board. Part 1 is with both hands. Part 2 is with only one hand. Whoever…
2017 Bible Reading Challenge
Pastor Don Carpenter • Sermon • • 24 views
Believers are the watchmen commissioned to see the danger of impending judgment, and warn those who are unaware so that they can escape.
James (Jim) L. Goforth, Jr • Sermon • • 21 views
Titus 1:5-16 A Word About Pastors Well Happy New Year! As we start this new year, we are starting a new book. If the Lord wills, we will be looking at 7 small books of the Bible this year. we begin with the letter to Titus. It was written by Paul to this partner in ministry, Titus. Titus was a Greek…
Ruth Sisson • Megiddo Church • Sermon • • 20 views
Similar to the allegory in Genesis, the parable of the barren fig tree in Luke 13 depicts a vineyard. We are calling this parable The Unfinished Parable. In this parable, the land owner is disappointed that the fig tree is not bearing fruit and wants it to be removed. The gardener pleads with the land owner to give it one more year and he will dig around it and fertilize it. We are a fruit tree in the vineyard and we are expected to produce fruit. If we do not bear fruit and become useful to the land owner, we will have to be removed to make room for a tree that WILL bear fruit. The parable ends just shy of a conclusion because the ending is not written yet - WE are writing the ending with our lives, one day at a time. Will we say in the garden? Listen and follow along with the points as we dig in to this parable in detail and break down the analogies that relate to our lives.
Discovering the Church
Those entrusted with the task of preaching must ensure that their lives are in line with their message. They must be of good character and conduct, be consistent in all they teach and do and be accountable to others.