George Toews • Sermon • • 9,032 views
Galatians 2:20 Introduction I know that a number of you are interested in bird watching. One of the enjoyable things about it is identifying different birds. When you become familiar with them, they become quite easy to identify by their size, shape, flight pattern, coloring and song. However, some birds…
Daniel Mullen • Sermon • • 2,553 views
The superiority of Christianity over Islam Admittedly, the title affirms a conclusion, which may not seem very sensitive in our politically correct world. However, every question, whether controversial or not, begins with some presuppositions. Therefore, there is no shame in beginning this subject with…
Jon Winkelman • Sermon • • 542 views
Introduction PRAY We are going to look at a lot of verses. Originally I planned to look at even more. But I have this really neat tool in my Bible software that gives me a word count and estimated time of presentation. And there’s no way we would have made it. lol. So you should be thankful for technology…
Proverbs and Parables
Years ago, I heard a story once of a journalist who went to do a story on men who served in the foreign legion. After several days of travel, the journalist arrived at their fort out in the middle of no where. Interviews were conducted for several days and it was noted that these men knew each other…
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 325 views
Sermon on Christianity, Boring? Text: Joshua 4:19-24 Sermon Theme: Believe in the amazing God of Christianity Goal: to encourage the congregation that Christianity is amazing because of the works of Christianity’s God. Need: Many consider the Christian faith boring. Sermon Outline: Introduction about…
What is church discipline? What is the process of church discipline? Upon whom should it be practiced?
Ronald B. Saunders Sr. • Sermon • • 208 views
LUKE 10.33 “But a certain Samaritan… had compassion on him.” Our Lord Jesus Christ has done better than the Good Samaritan has, because our case was worse. The wounded man could not blame himself for his sad estate. It was his misfortune, not his fault. However, you and I are not only half dead, but…
Our forgiveness has the power to bring joy and encouragement to others. This positive truth has a negative opposite. Failure to forgive brings sadness and discouragement. This sadness and discouragement comes to us as well as to others. There can be no joy without forgiveness. When we forgive and experience the joy it brings it encourages our hearts in the Lord.
Spencer Miller • Sermon • • 120 views
Introduction. Some people are, by nature, optimistic. It is their natural temperament. Others are, by the same token, pessimistic. You often get what you expect. One man sees a rose bush as in terms of thorns; another sees only the roses. One man sees the dark side of every cloud, while the other looks…
James Anthony Crabtree • Sermon • • 72 views
The Jewish Encyclopedia states…. Roman emperor; born Feb. 27, 274; died May 22, 337; proclaimed emperor by the army in Gaul on the death of his father, Constantius Chlorus (306). He defeated Maxentius, his rival in Italy, in 312; and after routing Licinius, Emperor of the East (323), became sole ruler.…
Tony Baker • Gateway Nazarene Church • Sermon • • 53 views • 42:44
Jesus always invites us to follow and always gives us small steps to build our trust in him. Pastor Tony teaches us that following Jesus mean we take the risk and step out to do what Jesus is asking us to do.
'I believe in Jesus Christ' is the second message (03/17/2019) in the 'I Believe…' series from the Alto area United Methodist Churches (A. Frank Smith UMC and Cold Springs UMC). afsumc.org John R. Black Luke 1:26-41 #afsumc #csumc #methodist #christianity #alto-methodists #umc #luke-1 #believe
2020: MY YEAR OF DIVINE SETTLEMENT
WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY Christianity is Divinity at work in Humanity: this means that the day you got Born Again, you ceased to be ordinary human being, because your humanity is being replaced, supplanted by the nature and the life of the Almighty God. Now the life you live is no more the life with which…
This lesson examines the communion act of worship. What are the emblems used in communion? What do they represent? What is the purpose of communion?
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 46 views
Yogi Berra addressed graduates at Montclair State University with these simple proverbs: First, never give up, because it ain't over until it's over. Second, when you come to a fork in the road, take it. Third, don't always follow the crowd. Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded. Fourth, stay alert.…
Gospel of Matthew
Daniel Darling • Sermon • • 46 views • 25:40
Introduction From that time Jesus began to preach and say, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” In the movie “Bucket List,” Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman are two old men that are facing death. Jack is a millionaire, who has a lot of money, but has a list of things that he wants to do before…
Introduction: A small boy sat in church with his mother and listened to a sermon entitled “What is a Christian?” Every time the minister asked the question, he banged his fist on the pulpit for emphasis. The tension produced by the sermon built up in the boy and he finally whispered to his mother, “Mama,…