Steve Caswell • Sermon • • 31,336 views
1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Stephen Caswell © 1998 The Story of John Landy In 1960 there was a famous race in Canada between two great runners. The four minute mile was about to be broken and the world expected John Landy or Roger Banister to do it. John Landy had been leading for most of the race and there…
Carlos Abud • Sermon • • 4,255 views
He aquí yo vengo pronto, y mi galardón conmigo, para recompensar a cada uno según sea su obra. Pero sin fe es imposible agradar a Dios; porque es necesario que el que se acerca a Dios crea que le hay, y que es galardonador de los que le buscan. Apocalipsis Creo que este versículo es clave para el tema…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 678 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Among the Kamba people of East Africa there persists an ancient legend. The story goes that the people of that region long ago were very embittered by death's merciless destruction. They sent messengers to all countries of the world to seek a place where death did not reign so they…
Revelation: Church! Hear This...
What if… you could know what tomorrow held for you? Would you want to know? Would it offer you HOPE ? A man was hiking through the woods and saw a old genie lamp… normally found on a beach it was no surprise that when he rubbed the lamp, the genie came out and could offer him only one wish since the…
Christians are often compared to butterflies, transformed from the state of caterpillars. However, can butterflies regress to caterpillars? Can Christians regress to the idolatry of worldly politics and ideologies? If we are not good stewards of the kingdom, we may regress, just as the chief priests and Pharisees did. On this Christ the King Sunday, we look at a scene of Jesus' trial from the dimension of stewardship. Enjoy!
This morning I want to focus on two questions- mainly this- what brings you personal glory and what brings you personal joy? What is your glory? What is your joy? Now what do I mean by that? The word glory, in the context of our question, has the idea of praise, honor, or distinction extended by common…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 207 views • 42:18
Introduction: Illustration - The Reality of Trials It's been said concerning trials and storms of life that, "Either you just came through one, are now entering one, or one looms on your horizon." Main Thought: Prepare today for the persecutions of tomorrow looking for the promise of eternity. Sub-intro:…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 74 views • 36:54
There is a door that Jesus has opened for us so that we might be able to have a home in Heaven with him! Will you walk through the door Jesus has opened for you?
The Book of Revelation
In this sermon we consider the words of Jesus to the church in Smyrna, & what it can teach us about facing trials in this world as Christians. The church in Smyrna was the object of an abundance of slander & persecution from those around them. Yet despite the world's slander, Smyrna is one of two churches that Jesus does not rebuke, but only commends. Christ's encouraging words to this suffering church teach us that while there may be crosses to bear in this world, His promise of a crown remains
You can save yourself a lot of heartache in many areas of your life is you can learn wisdom from other people. For instance, I had a conversation with a gentleman in the YMCA the other day, and he was much older than me. At some point in our conversation he looked at me and said, “Jon, if you can form…
James: Biblical Faith Animated
John Mathew • Sermon • • 42 views • 42:33
God wants us to claim joy in trials. Why should we claim joy? Four reasons are found in our passage: James 2:2-12. (1) We claim joy because trials teach us perseverance (vv2-4). (2) We claim joy because trials develop our prayers (vv5-8). (3) We claim joy because trials perfect our attitude toward others (vv9-11). (4) We claim joy because trials result in a crown of life (v12).
37 “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the one who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to her! How often I wanted to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing! 7 Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also…
The Heavenly Throne When we began our look at The book of Revelation we first saw a vision of the exalted Jesus caring for and protecting his churches. And what we see in the book is that after the period of the churches has come to end The Kingdom of God will come to this earth. This Revelation of what…
Be United: Book of First Cornithians
Patterns Patterns are more than what you use to sew a dress, shirt, skirt or pants. There are some patterns in scripture that help us in growing and others to help us in knowing so to further the gospel and also how to receive the crown of life. Our lesson this morning is part 2 of looking at “for the…