Who Are You?
Pastor S. Carter McNeese • Fairmont First Baptist Church • Sermon • • 64 views • 39:56
Intro Week four Looking at Identity and who we are in Christ Who we are is determined not by the stuff of the world, but by God in Christ. Week one - We looked at how our identities are found in beholding Christ Spending time with God, acknowledging his grandeur and beauty, develops our familiarity with…
Dr. Will Lohnes • Hope Chapel Greenville • Sermon • • 20 views
There is One Thing that David asks from God. He desire to know His God by beholding the beauty of his God. We too need to be seeking the Lord. What are our delights and desires?
Sean Ingram • First Baptist Church of Stryker • Sermon • • 10 views
A celebration of our Lord's resurrection featuring a special musical program with our choir (starts at 7:00), followed by a brief devotional challenge (at 44:15) on just what it means to "behold the Lamb".
Stand Alone: Follow
Central Park Christian Church (Derek Slack) • Central Park Christian Church Topeka • Sermon • • 3 views • 1:00:45
Intro: In Genesis, chapter 3, we see what the church and what theologians have called for a long time now the fall. The fall is when humankind decided to rebel against their Creator and in so doing fracture the universe as God had designed it to operate and be. If you've read through the first chapter…
Joel Gilbert • Sermon • • 3 views • 34:29
Open your bibles to Psalm 46. I do want to encourage you to have your bible out or use the pew bible. You’ll find this chapter on page 403. By the way, if you don’t have a Bible, feel fee to take that one or take one from the Book Nook after the service. Either of those would be our gift to you! Have…
Anthony Crum • Sermon • • 1 view
The problem with our obedience isn't our belief it's our beholding
Gospel of John
Peter Voorhees • Sermon • • 1 view
When Moses had been in the presence of the Lord, the Bible says that his face shown brightly from the glory of the Lord. Overtime, the glory of the Lord would diminish from the face of Moses. As followers of Jesus we are being transformed from glory to glory, becoming brighter and brighter. We all behold to something, and that something shapes and informs who we are. Jesus asks Peter, “Do you love me more than these?” How would you answer that question for yourself?