Series on Elijah and Elisha
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 76 views
Elijah and Elisha 17. Proceeding with our looking at the prophets Elijah and Elisha; can we please turn to 2 Kings 4 ? [P] Recall that Jesus said that John the Baptist was Elijah; that makes Elisha, who follows after him, a picture of Jesus: “Elisha” = God saves; “Jesus” = יהוה saves. I was talking to…
Wisdom Literature for application
Stop Thief! Koheleth has been proving his hypothesis that everything is “vanity of vanities under the sun.” From the courtroom to the market place, from the highway and the palace he now comes to the temple, the place of worship. He has been explaining his conclusion and may we look at what we have seen…
Revelation: Church! Hear This...
Steven Lawson addresses well phrases like the following: "I grew up in a dead church.” "I grew up in a dead church.” or “Our church used to be dynamic; now it’s dead.” or “Don’t go to that church. It’s dead.” •“Our church used to be dynamic; now it’s dead.” •“Don’t go to that church. It’s dead.” What…
Jose G. Rodriguez; BA, MDiv, PhD • Sermon • • 5 views
The empty tomb left a legacy for every believer. The empty tomb reveals the power of our Lord and Savior. It reveals that He is the Truth. It reveals that death is not the end for His children. Believers should live a victorious life because Jesus already won the battle.
Frank Miller • Sermon • • 3 views
How will you respond to an empty tomb? How will you respond to the resurrection? This one decision will shape your life. Either believing or not believing will set you on a course in the journey of life. When we give our life over to Christ, we begin a new journey.
Encountering the Cross
Rev. Christian B Creyer • Sermon • • 3 views
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is of central importance to the NT. It affirms the divinity of Jesus Christ, marks the words and deeds of his ministry with God’s seal of approval and opens the way to the future resurrection of believers.
Toby L. Soechting • Sermon • • 2 views
THREE GREAT “WITHOUTS” OF HEBREWS Adapted by Toby L. Soechting SUBJECT: Hebrews TITLE: THREE GREAT “WITHOUTS” OF HEBREWS PROPOSITION: Without certain things we shall not be saved. OBJECTIVE: To show these “withouts” and their relationship to each other. INTRODUCTION: 1. There is an element today that…
Ron Tharpe • Sermon • • 0 views
Intro: Wortham as I end this thought of empty. I just want to remind you that in order for God to do something or give you something new you must empty some things out first. As the Lord first put this thought and series in my mind, I could not help but take personal inventory of my own self. Often times…