The Righteous and The Wicked
W. Charles Harris II • VILLAGE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF LOS ANGELES • Sermon • • 308 views • 59:26
INTRODUCTION God is no respecter of person, but He does make a distinction between the Righteous and the Wicked The Righteous are recognized by their Position where they walk where they stand where they sit The Righteous are recognized by their Passions Their delight is in the Law of the Lord It is always…
Unstoppable: A Study of Acts
Brian Magnuson • Vaughn Hill Church • Sermon • • 79 views • 30:34
There are always going to be bad days, but as Christians we get to decide how those times will affect us. As we read about Paul's journey to Rome we see a trip go from bad to worse. Through it all Paul remembers that God is bigger and that nothing can seperate him from the love of God.
Then and Now
Pastor Mark • Mark Hoover • Sermon • • 28 views
Information on significant or recent events conveyed through a variety of official or unofficial means. The ministry of Jesus Christ centred on the good news of the kingdom. The Greek word for “gospel” means “good news”. “What is it about Christmas that change even the most hardened heart to a genuine good will and peace toward our fellow man. It’s important that we understand the purpose and meaning of Christmas. Yes Jesus coming is good news but why? The first Christmas took place in a nation under occupation by a foreign military superpower. The people of Israel had been groaning under the oppressive Roman Empire. The Second Advent comes to a groaning world caught in bondage and decay yet filled with a hope that the pain’s of a world caught in a cosmic childbirth will give way to God’s love ultimately demonstrated in Christ’s return to renew all creation.”
Jonathan Sorensen • Sermon • • 15 views
The bad news is the wages of sin is death, but the good news is the free gift of God is eternal life received through faith in Jesus Christ.
The Gospel According to Isaiah
Sean Ingram • First Baptist Church of Stryker • Sermon • • 13 views
Our study in Isaiah begins with an introduction - who is the prophet Isaiah? - and an overview of what relevance the book has for the church in the modern day. Sermon begins at about 18:05. Includes celebration of the Lord's Table at the end.
Book of Luke
Pastor George Coon • ELBC • Sermon • • 11 views • 41:49
News of a census being taken and having to travel to your home town, could prove to be problematic for a woman who was nine months pregnant. Mary responds to the challenge and through her sacrafice a baby is brought into the world that will bring with Him the greatest news to all mankind.
Things to dwell on
James Rogers • West Side Church of Christ • Sermon • • 11 views • 30:07
Good News! If there is Good news, there must be _______ news? I’ll bet you can fill in the blank, can’t you? Who doesn’t like to hear good news? Today we are looking at the Good News of the Gospel as compared to the bad news without the Light of the Gospel. Don’t you love a conversation to start with…
Suffering & Pain
Pastor Dean • Northridge Baptist Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 51:48
Common circumstances of suffering and pain include loss of things we value, death of people we love, all kinds of bad news, and being disappointed by people we trust. These all test our faith. Job modeled for us how to respond to tests in a way that shows our faith to be genuine, valuable, and glorifying to God.
Lisa Elles-Borrson • Sermon • • 2 views
When the Doctor Has Bad News