Aaron Sturgill • Sermon • • 4,166 views
Introduction Believers dare not come to the table except with a repentant heart. “Whoever eats this bread or drinks this cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner,” as Paul puts it, “drinks judgment to himself.” That should be a sobering warning, especially when the apostle adds that because of this offense…
Psalms - Songs from the Heart
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Discipleship Gold Coast • Sermon • • 1,134 views • 24:29
In Psalm 7, David responds to accusations in surprising ways. Yet, when we look deeper, we see that his response is so much more fruitful than the responses of our contemporaries. In our world, where words are becoming terribly powerful, as they were in the ancient world, we must, like David, find a way to deal with accusations. Join us as we explore David's holy response, and how it draws us closer to God.
Christianity is Reality: There is a Heaven
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Brookfield Church of Christ • Sermon • • 709 views • 20:43
Heaven is the place where those who overcome in life, will experience eternity. 31 “When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on his glorious throne. 32 Before him will be gathered all the nations, and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd…
Hebrews: Jesus is Better
Jeff Griffis • Branson Bible Church • Sermon • • 495 views • 48:57
To run the Christian life well, we need to stay healthy. Hebrews 13 describes how we can keep our faith healthy by following leaders who lived and finished their race demonstrating an unwavering devotion to their unchanging Lord. We need those examples and that same foundational focus because there's no shortage of false teaching out there that would threaten our undivided allegiance to Christ alone.
"Come To The Lord's Table"
Michael Turner • Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church • Sermon • • 386 views • 32:30
A little boy wanted to help himself when the wine and wafers of Communion were passed out. His mother leaned over and told him that he was not old enough to take Communion. Later, when the collection plate came by, his mother again leaned over and tried to coax a nickel out of the boy’s clenched fist.…
Matt Wood • Sermon • • 367 views
As believers in Christ it is vitally important that we honestly evaluate ourselves to determine if we are living and thinking as we should.
Dustin Alley • Sermon • • 161 views
Introduction Junior Church Dismissed Let me say thank you again to our First responders and their families. a Today we are taking a break from our authentic series. I believe this is a great opportunity for us to talk about heroes. Each of us may think of something different when we hear the word hero.…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 149 views
When writing a letter, a paper, a book, or almost anything else, you use the end of what you are writing to summarize what you have been trying to say, draw conclusions and make any final points. The end is where you try to bring everything together. The old outline (which I do not think is particularly…
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 105 views
Do you remember the last time you left a service all fired up to change? You were determined to be different. "This time," you said, "I mean it; I am going to become the person that God wants me to be!" "No Really! I'm going to change! I won't give in to that temptation. I will read my Bible every day.…
John A. Murphy, Jr. • MISSION WOODS CHURCH • Sermon • • 99 views • 31:29
As we begin our text today we’re in transition in the book of 1 Samuel. Saul has now been rejected by God and so the prophet Samuel is to anoint another as king of Israel. Perhaps the key line of Saul’s downfall was what he said to Samuel towards the end of chapter 15, Saul said to Samuel, “I have sinned,…
Jon Winkelman • Grace Church of Lockeford • Sermon • • 80 views • 51:49
Introduction One of the unique things about Scripture is that it does not cover up failures. In fact, the entire Bible, is about God’s plan to restore His relationship with mankind after the original failure of Adam and Eve. We could say that all of Scripture is about failure and redemption. Failure…
The Gospel in Romans
Pastor Dave Collett • Inter-Community Church of God • Sermon • • 75 views • 35:37
For the Sake of Joy Jesus says to us, 11 “I have told you these things so that my joy may be in you and your joy may be complete. And having fulfilled a mission, Paul and Barnabas went on their way, and we read: 52 And the disciples were filled with joy and the Holy Spirit. Clearly joy is Jesus’ goal…
Ed Walker • Racine Assembly of God • Sermon • • 65 views • 47:53
I like road trips—the adventure of not just the destination, but the experience of getting there. ILLUSTRATION: When I was sixteen years old, me and my seventeen year old friend, Mike, went on a road trip from L.A. to Iowa. Car breaks down the second day of the trip. We need not carefully look at making…
Apostolic Defense: Book of 2nd Corinthians
James Rogers • West Side Church of Christ • Sermon • • 63 views • 38:16
Final words John’s final words were of assurance and purpose (Jn20:31). Today’s passage records Paul’s final words to the Corinthians in a apostolic defense letter. Paul had to defend his apostleship, his authority Paul had to prove love for them Paul shared his love, devotion and even suffering on their…
Counsel from Corinth
CJ Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 62 views • 50:57
Do we dishonor the Lord when we gather for the Lord’s Supper?
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 58 views
David declares the greatness and vastness of God's knowledge and judgement in Psalm 11. We all have tendency to seek refuge in earthly places, but David declares he will seek refuge in God. Why? Because God see's and examines all of humanity. Therefore, he knows and executes judgement upon the wicked and the righteous. The wicked to condemnation and the righteous to blessing. Interresting is the declaration of the righteousness of God towards believers as David suffers. The implication is that suffering may be the blessing God gives the righteous.
James: Shoe leather Christianity for believers
Mitch King • Sermon • • 55 views
A True Believer will relate to the Word and others in a positive manner ( James 1:19-20 ) Explanation: James has just finished telling how the believers were to handle trials and temptations, and now he rapidly moves to his next topic. As a result of being “brought forth by the Word of Truth” (v. 18)…
Joseph Lee Townsend • Sermon • • 55 views
Follow Me 19 And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. Mat 9 And as Jesus passed forth from thence, he saw a man, named Matthew, sitting at the receipt of custom: and he saith unto him, Follow me. And he arose, and followed him. 43 The day following Jesus would go forth into…
Central Park Christian Church (Derek Slack) • Central Park Christian Church Topeka • Sermon • • 44 views • 33:25
1 Therefore we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it. 2 For since the message declared by angels proved to be reliable, and every transgression or disobedience received a just retribution, 3 how shall we escape if we neglect such a great salvation? It was declared…
Come to the Table
Donald Romeo • Sermon • • 23 views
Internal evaluation is a key component for maintaining a healthy lifestyle built on the foundation of Jesus.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 19 views
An emphasis of the heart and a New Years reflection of our heart conditions.
Dr. George Bannister • Sermon • • 17 views
The Christmas narrative gives rise to some very revealing questions about self.
Waiting in Anticipation for the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ
Melcan Signe • Sermon • • 16 views
Authenticity Ministry approved by God
Shon George • Sermon • • 14 views
Many people profess belief in Jesus and identify themselves as a Christian (follower of Christ). However, have you ever thought, what would Jesus say or think about your belief? The message today is about spiritual self-examination to know whether or not you are in the faith or just one of the many who profess belief in Jesus but are walking through the wide gate and the broad road that leads to destruction.