Robin • Sermon • • 1,075 views
Intro Wow, what an interesting service last Sunday! I don’t know about you, but it was one of the best, if not the best, services I had at EFC to date. For those of you who weren’t here, due to a really bad storm last Sunday, the fire alarm went off during the sermon, followed by losing electricity (though…
Stephen DeKuyper • Sermon • • 1,027 views
Jesus assures us that He is the one to come. Scripture Introduction call upon someone to summarize the previous week read Matthew 11:1-30 pray for the scripture and the lesson Lesson Introduction While in prison, John asks the “Are you the one who is to come? Jesus not only responds to him, but also…
David Morales • Sermon • • 303 views
Sometimes life can seem like a soap opera, full of drama. Throughout our lives we will encounter times of satisfaction and times of dissatisfaction. Frustration Frustration is a sense of dissatisfaction arising from unresolved problems or unfulfilled needs. Frustration can cause us to get physically…
Sometimes life leaves us feeling like God has passed us over. We carry a burden that we don’t understand why God leaves it with us. Burdens can become blessings when God is involved.
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 66 views
Living a transformed life is not easy. Transformation brings obligation to those that are weaker than you. The world need a hand up. We must be willing to travel the hard road to get them there. We look to Jesus the author and finisher of our faith as our example. What was Jesus willing to do to help out the weak. Just as he was willing to take the long hard road to the cross so we must be willing to walk the hard road for the weak today.
Geoff Box • Sermon • • 42 views
19 But you, O Lord , reign forever; your throne endures to all generations. 20 Why do you forget us forever, why do you forsake us for so many days? 21 Restore us to yourself, O Lord , that we may be restored! Renew our days as of old— 22 unless you have utterly rejected us, and you remain exceedingly…
Eric • Sermon • • 42 views
Summary: Advice for handling the difficult times that come with every year. Cast your burdens on God. Take refuge in God. Replace anxiety with thoughts of God. Complete Teaching Notes without Transcript: What is causing you to worry? What if… Job, Relationship, Health, Economy, Government, Kids It’s…
Pastor Tim Rigdon • The Well at New Covenant • Sermon • • 32 views • 51:37
Are you dealing with anxiety, depression, fear, sickness or anything that is a burden to you? “Releasing Your Burden” is a message from Pastor Tim Rigdon of The Well at New Covenant in Providence, Kentucky (USA). This is a western Kentucky church digging a wellspring of revival in rural America through the preaching of God’s Word and under the direction of the Holy Spirit. Enjoy Sermon Flix.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 27 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Florence Chadwick was the first woman ever to swim the difficult and cold 21 mile stretch of water between Catalina Island and the California coast. She failed on her first attempt because of poor vision. After 15 hours and 55 minutes of numbing cold she asked to be taken out of…
Wisdom literature for application
“Have a blessed day!” You are familiar with the term, more than likely you have used the term before, even often for many. Tonight we are looking at matter’s of the heart for ourselves and for others and our responsibility to heart matters. “Have a blessed day” do we mean it when we say it? Maybe you…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 23 views
Malachi - intro Could we all turn to the book of angels, please? What? It is not in your Bible?! Am I teaching some heresy from some extra canonical book? No, it is in your Bible – the Hebrew for angel is מַלְאָךְ - simply a “messenger”. Malachi means: “My messenger” – although I am sure that it was…
Galatians 3: 26-29
Paul begins the last chapter of Galatians by telling “[those] who are spiritual” how they should be living. Today’s stereotype of “spiritual people” has more to do with piety, judgmentalism, and maybe even hypocrisy. But Paul calls those of us who have the indwelling Spirit to the highest standard of all image bearers. Contrary to the misleading practice of the Galatian legalists, true spirituality looks more like selfless surrender toward others and self-examination of our own hearts.
Latin Mass 2020
Rev. Brendan McGrath • Sermon • • 13 views
LESSON: St. Joseph the Worker During Our Blessed Lord’s public ministry, He returned to His home town of Nazareth. Even though He already enjoyed great renown throughout the country for His preaching and teaching, healings and other miraculous works, in His home town He is still known more by His family.…
Aaron Bauer • Issaquah Christian Church • Sermon • • 13 views • 11:15
What is your strategy for Prayer? What does your prayer life say about on whom you lean? How can you keep your eyes on Jesus? Join an ancient king of Judah in saying, “We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you.”
What did Jesus offer as evidence for being the Christ to the disciples of John? What link did Jesus make between John the Baptist and prophecy? What is Jesus inviting us to when He says "take my yoke upon you"?
Darrel W. Brooks • Sermon • • 8 views
Focus Getting Focused-Individually Focus on who you are becoming not what you’ve done i. What is God calling you to do? ii. What is God teaching you daily? iii. To be like Christ (Romans 8:29) (Philippians 3:12-15) iv. Focus on the now and future not the past. God will speak to us if we inquire