rk • Sermon • • 8,251 views
Intro We are beginning 2011 in the belly of a fish. Jonah, God’s prophet, ran away when God told him to preach to his enemies. This is the equivalent of a Jew during WWII going to Berlin to talk to Hitler to tell him that God loved him. It would be unheard of! So Jonah ran. God said to go east and he…
Terry Luttrell Buxton, Sr. • Sermon • • 5,961 views
BREAKING THE CHAINS OF SHAME Gen 2:22-25 22 The LORD God fashioned into a woman the rib which He had taken from the man, and brought her to the man. 23 The man said, "This is now bone of my bones, And flesh of my flesh; She shall be called Woman, Because she was taken out of Man." 24 For this reason…
Steve Caswell • Sermon • • 2,104 views
God Fights For His People Joshua 10:1-43 Stephen Caswell © 1999 God Fights For His People Behind The Scenes Do you ever feel you are alone in the Christian life? Do you ever feel that you are fighting the enemy by yourself? While learning to use a new computer, I was troubled by a faint clicking sound…
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Introduction: Exodus 12 is one of those incredible passages that the Bible contains. I personally believe that this chapter is one of those passages that every believer should be acquainted with. In fact, every believer should be well versed in this chapter. Because it so greatly speaks about the sacrifice…
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Introduction: God created man to bless him beyond all imagination. But man turned away from God and rejected Him. What was God to do? Was He to let His purpose for man be defeated? This was impossible—for He is God, and God’s purposes can never be thwarted. Therefore, God did exactly what He had told…
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 569 views
Overcoming Setbacks and Discouragement Jonah 1:1-4:11 (Initial reading - Jonah 1:1-17) Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Oct. 27, 2013 BACKGROUND: *Almost everybody knows the story of Jonah. It's one of the first Bible stories we learn as kids. They even made a Veggie Tales movie about…
The Gospel of Luke
Introduction: One of the greatest privileges, yet also one of the most neglected and misunderstood gifts we have, is the gift of prayer. Certainly prayer means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For some it is an empty ritual they repeat in a religious ceremony. For others it is…
Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.” The most spoken directive from God in the whole bible is to NOT BE AFRAID The need to know that we are: Not alone in life That someone is one our side…
Greg Bondurant • Sermon • • 240 views
The Story - Chapter 4 - Deliverance Offering Prayer – Instructions then Video – Giving Communicates! Giving communicates to God that you want His blessing in your life! Giving means you are willfully walking through the door of blessing. Meet two people who could not be more opposite. One woman gave…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 229 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Sam Levenson told of how his father took the 6 children, chained hand to hand, through a museum. Suddenly, in irritation at the slowness of their progress, he said, "Look kids, if you're gonna stop and look at everything, you ain't gonna see nothin." Anyone who has been in a large…
I was having a conversation the other day with a fiend about the convenience of being able to pay for things at the checkout line with your cell phone. And he was irritated with those stores that didn’t afford you the opportunity to pay with your phone. Apparently the technology is already there in the…
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“Hanging By a Thread” PPHC – 10/08/06 a.m.– Text: Josh. 2:12-21 CENTRAL THEME: RAHAB'S SCARLET THREAD Why was the scarlet thread so significant to Rahab, and how does this story apply to our lives? The Thread was significant because … I. It Provided Protection and Deliverance for Rahab A. It was a Token…
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 191 views
Jesus wants us to: 1. humble our hearts (vs. 1-4). 2. serve our Savior (vs. 5). 3. see the danger of disobeying God (vs. 6-9). 4. know the amazing assistance we have in Heaven (vs. 10). 5. see how to be saved (vs. 3 & 11-14).
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Carl H. Stevens Jr. was pastor of Greater Grace Church located in Baltimore, Maryland. Pastor Stevens was also chancellor of Maryland Bible College & Seminary and host of the international Christian radio program “The Grace Hour.” This booklet was created from messages preached by Pastor Stevens. Pastor…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 183 views
Scripture stresses that fallen human beings are cut off from God on account of their sin. All need to be saved, if they are to enter into a new relationship with God as their Creator and Redeemer. Salvation is not the result of human achievement, privilege or wisdom, but depends totally upon the graciousness of a loving God, supremely expressed in the cross of Jesus Christ. People must respond in repentance and faith if they are to benefit from God’s offer of salvation in Christ.
Galatians: SOAR! Faith Without Limits "The Gospel, Grace, Freedom"
Matthew 7:15 Christ Jesus Himself states: 15 “Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. Galatians 1:6-10 6 I am amazed that you are so quickly deserting Him who called you by the grace of Christ, for a different gospel; 7 which is really not…
Bishop G.E. Livingston • Sermon • • 168 views
One of the most important things you must do while in a storm is listen to the voice of the Lord. He is speaking. His words will both comfort and direct you. Listening to His voice is the quickest way to come out of the storm.
Pastor Matt • Matt Kelly • Sermon • • 167 views
Shared about how I was called brave for taking on such a hard hitting book, so early in my ministry, and that I desired to feed my flock. Using the illustration of Abraham being called faithful before he did anything for God I through Paul's words showed how salvation cones from Faith and not works. Also showing the difference between love and euphoria. Spoke about God being more concerned with our hearts than what we do.