Stephen N. Rummage • Sermon • • 249 views
In his book American Scandal, Pat Williams tells the story of Mahatma Gandhi’s trip to England to speak before Parliament. The British government had opposed Indian independence, and Gandhi, one of its most vocal proponents, had often been threatened, arrested, and jailed as a result. Gandhi spoke eloquently…
In Matthew 13, Jesus confronts the hypocrisy of the Pharisees. Yet, we too have our own hypocrisy to confront. How are we like the Pharisees, and how can we avoid the trap they fell into? Listen to Mary share about Jesus' solution.
Neither Barren, Nor Unfruitful
The series of lessons called Neither Barren, Nor Unfruitful will look at things we should lay aside from 1 Peter 2:1-2, and things we should take on from 2 Peter 1:5-8, in order that we should be neither barren, nor unfruitful for our Master. This lesson looks at the idea of laying aside malice, and getting our mind right.
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 110 views
Imagine going for a drive in your car. At every intersection you make a decision. Making the right decision as to which direction to travel will determine whether you reach your destination or end up desperately lost. Each day you and I make decisions that determine the course of our lives. Every decision…
City on a Hill
Pastor Kent Blanton • Hawkwood Baptist Church • Sermon • • 97 views • 34:47
This teaching describes the kind of godly attitudes and actions found in the lives of those who submit to God's kingdom rule, who choose to follow Jesus, those who are increasingly becoming a "city on a hill."
Every day we are given an equal amount of seconds, minutes, hours to use as we choose. What will we choose to do with the time we have been given? Will we choose wisely?
Kenton Church EPC • Sermon • • 11 views
As the associate pastor in Abilene I was privilege to preach at several of the smaller congregations around there. After a while I learned not to be surprised at the various habits and rituals of the churches. One of the most unique surrounded the offering at Central Presbyterian in Stamford Texas. In…
Michael Urciuoli • Sermon • • 11 views
Hosea 12 August 24, 2006 Intro: Row VS Wade, Furman VS Georgia, Regena VS Dudley & Stephens. A- Three well known, landmark law cases that had an impact upon future generations. #1- Row VS Wade = the decision that caused the death of 44 million unborn babies (to date). Psalm 139:16, Your eyes saw my substance,…
John DeVries • The Christian Reformed Church of St. Joseph • Sermon • • 9 views • 30:33
As those whose hearts have been regenerated in Christ, we do not choose to hunger and thirst for righteousness, but rather we naturally long for the righteousness that brings life. We long for it on the kingdom level, personal level, and relational level, and these propel us into the 2nd half of our growth as disciples of Jesus Christ.
They Will Know We Are Christian
Hank Scholz • Hope Baptist Church • Sermon • • 6 views • 29:06
John 13:34-35, Matthew 22:36-40, John 15:17, Titus 1:16, 1 John 2:4, Matthew 12:34, Romans 12:1-2, Phillipians 2:15 Is our outward appearance, language and actions an accurate portrayal of our claims of being a Christian? If they aren't, what do you need to do change them?
Stephen N. Rummage • Sermon • • 2 views
It was philosopher-poet Ralph Waldo Emerson who said, “What you do thunders so loudly in my ears I cannot hear what you say.” Amazingly there are people who actually promote this inconsistency. Designer Ralph Lauren was quoted as saying, “The crux of a person’s identity…resides in the trappings, not…