Jon Winkelman • Grace Church of Lockeford • Sermon • • 289 views • 42:14
To make the Christian life about anything other than Christ is to make the Cross useless. Therefore, as those committed to the Cross, we keep Christ central and the gospel simple. Our commitment to the Cross drives us to make much of Christ and to proclaim the gospel.
Darla Orrell • Sermon • • 147 views
Agents of His Glory [John 14:7-15] Pt.4 I want you to consider the words of Jesus in Matthew 16:18… “I will build My church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.” Jesus declared that He would redeem His people, and that throughout human history He would be carrying out His plan without…
Vincent Ford • Sermon • • 76 views
The Big Game Today is a day of worship, we are celebrating the 7th year of service for one of my friends who has ministered tirelessly here at Gray Road for the past 7 years. The celebration is awesome, we love the fan fare, we love the celebratory times. Nonetheless ministry and the life of the Christian…
Pastor Bart Leger • Faith Bible Church of Lake Charles • Sermon • • 64 views • 39:21
Many Christians only associate the word worship with musical styles and preferences. However, Scripture gives us a different set of priorities when it comes to the way we respond to God. In this series we’ll look at what it means to worship God rightly, both as individuals and in our corporate gatherings.
Replenish: Principles for Cultivating a Healthy Soul!
Wayne Sullivan • Ephesus Baptist Church • Sermon • • 40 views • 41:17
Call to Worship More Precious Than Silver Welcome Wayne Sullivan What a beautiful day to be gathering together in the house of our Lord with all of God’s people the Church! Are you genuinely excited that you are able to come together and gather together, freely, without oppression, to worship our Risen…
Gospel of John
Jomo Thomas • Word of Truth Christian Fellowhship • Sermon • • 40 views • 42:02
Some of the people of Jerusalem therefore said, “Is not this the man whom they seek to kill? And here he is, speaking openly, and they say nothing to him! Can it be that the authorities really know that this is the Christ? But we know where this man comes from, and when the Christ appears, no one will…
Bibliology Sunday School
Mark L. Ward, Jr. • Cornerstone Anacortes • Sermon • • 32 views • 51:29
Jason Martin • Sermon • • 26 views
Leaders navigating the complexities of our world
2020 Corona virus interlude
Robert C. Beckman Jr. • Sermon • • 23 views
Start Entice: Most us us have over-indulged during this crisis. Deluged in data. Longing for the latest news. Jonesing for the juiciest nugget. Reveling in rumors. All of this to find answers to questions we are afraid to ask, to attain a certainty which has become elusive. Engage: Grayville people know…
Advent Year B
Toby DeHay • Concord Missionary Baptist Church • Sermon • • 21 views • 35:27
Bro. Toby preaches the third of four advent sermons. Before he gets started in John 1, he comments on the reading from Isaiah 61.
Acts of the Holy Spirit Through the Apostles
Jeff Griffis • Branson Bible Church • Sermon • • 19 views • 43:51
PRAY INTRO: I have never been a soldier, so I have not been at war and therefore never been in a real battle. Some of you have. But I can imagine the possibility for confusion on the battlefield, especially in close hand to hand combat. [ image ] In such a situation they would want to clearly mark who…
Christopher Stephens • Sermon • • 16 views
From this portion of the Gospel we see two disciples of Christ sadly walking away from Jerusalem as they have lost hope in a redeemer. They will come to find out that their expectations for the Christ were misguided. Their overcast hearts are soon cleared on this gloomy day by Jesus himself!
Lessons On Communication From The Life Of Jesus
Jon Winkelman • Grace Church of Lockeford • Sermon • • 15 views • 38:31
If we are going to communicate well we must listen well. When we fail to listen we fail to communicate. Confusion and disunity will be the result.
Mitch Marlowe • Sermon • • 15 views
Introduction Several years ago in between schools, I was selling advertising. I was doing sales pitches to companies that wanted the newest trend called “on-hold” advertising, you know when you call a business and are put on hold and you listen to a commercial about what the business offers. I had an…
Prepared to Share: Becoming a more effective witness
Mitch King • Sermon • • 13 views
The Use of a personal testimony can be powerful - when used properly
Dave • St Thomas Enfield Church • Sermon • • 12 views • unknown
Published: 10.10.2021 Words by: Dave Church@9.30 at St Thomas' Enfield NSW Sydney
Book of Acts
Gary W. Miller • International Baptist Church of Debrecen • Sermon • • 11 views • 34:23
A study of Acts 14:1-7 taught by Pastor Gary W. Miller of International Baptist Church of Debrecen. Visit us at www.ibcdebrecen.com for online studies through the Bible.
The Unstoppable Good News
Robert Christopher Wells • Sermon • • 10 views
Introduction More than ever Christians need to exercise discernment when it comes to what they receive and believe. [Illus.] So let’s dive in to the biblical text and lets see what God has for us. Paul’s Clear Preaching of the Word of God (v.1-3) Let’s look at the text. When they had passed through Amphipolis…
Joe Vivian • Sermon • • 8 views
Discouragement or Encouragement? 1 all the people gathered together at the square in front of the Water Gate. They asked the scribe Ezra to bring the book of the law of Moses that the Lord had given Israel. 2 On the first day of the seventh month, the priest Ezra brought the law before the assembly of…
Lessons On Communication From The Life Of Jesus
Jon Winkelman • Grace Church of Lockeford • Sermon • • 7 views • 53:04
Communication happens only as we speak with clarity. Failure to be clear brings confusion, conflict, and disunity.
Paul Colyer • Busselton Baptist Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 36:51
How do we have a crisp clarity of making maturing disciples? By proclaiming the earth shattering news of the Gospel
Encounters - Transformational Conversations with Jesus
Phil Anderson • Bethel Church of Tallmadge • Sermon • • 6 views • 39:06
Big Picture Christian Life
Steven Mock • TBC Cairns • Sermon • • 5 views • 39:54
Richard Burdine • Sermon • • 5 views
Does Life seem to be in fog?
Howard Earle • Sermon • • 5 views
Jesus performs miracle of healing of the blind man. This miracle is teaching on two levels. There is the obvious display of HIs power to heal in the physical. But, deeper there is His power to heal in the spiritual. We see ourselves in this blind man for blindness is a univeral condition. Anyone who does not know the savior is blind. Though we have physical sight, a life apart from Christ is still one of blindness. It is only when Jesus applies his healing salve to this man's eyes that he is able to see. Blindness can only be cured by the unique touch of Jesus. But even though Jesus touches him to heal him, the initial touch is not sufficient to completely restore his sight. This is not a deficiency in Jesus, but rather a display of his omniscience and sovereignty. Omniscience in his knowing of the deficientt faith of the blind man. Along with his knowledge there is patience for he does not leave the man in frustration or disappointment for not having enough faith to be healed after only one touch. Sovereignty in his methodology of healing. This is the only two-stage healing miracle. It was his preference to touch this man twice. Perhaps in this healing miracle Jesus is showing us that our healing is a treatment plan tailored uniquely for us. He will allow us to experience limited sight for a season, but desires total restoration. He does not leave this man until his healing is complete.