Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 764 views
TEXT: Ecclesiastes 11:1-10 TOPIC: The Principles of Prosperity Message and Outline from Dr. Adrian Rogers God wants you to prosper. Psalm 1:3, He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season, Whose leaf also shall not wither; And whatever he does shall…
Ordinary People: Radical joy
Last week, Pastor Hyeon Son Lim was released from a North Korean labour camp, imprisoned for his faith. He stated on Sunday, “I learned to fully accept all of this as a form of God's love and discipline to make me stronger.” Pastor Lim found contentment, even under terrible circumstances. What does this say about us and our trivial discontentment? How should we look at our finances, time and relationships, as content Christians?
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 225 views
2 Corinthians 9:7 “Each one must do just as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (NASB) Jordan and Lindy Schwieger have written a new entitled “Everything Men Knew About Taking Care of Themselves Before Women Came Along.” All 96 pages are…
Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 208 views
Dr. Adrian Rogers, the late pastor of the Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee, once commented on the extravagant spending habits of many American families. He said, "We buy things we do not need, with money we do not have, to impress people we do not like." The recent turmoil in the global…
Anthony Castillo Miranda • Sermon • • 158 views
Having more doesn't mean you're having enough. "The more the merrier", is a myth. In every stage of our financial ladder, there will always be the shadow of stress. And unless we learn how to biblically handle our finances, it will alway bring us doubt, discontent, selfishness, stress and temptations to cheat. But the good news is, God has promised that He will supply all the needs of those who believe in Christ Jesus. The premise to the promise is to ask for it, be content, cheerfully give, depend on the Lord and exercise integrity.
“Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.” We are called to examine ourselves (take inventory) regularly There are some testament examples of God calling his people to look at themselves honestly Hezekiah trusted in the Lord , the God of Israel. There was no one like him among all…
Psalm 40:6–8 6 Sacrifice and offering You did not desire; My ears You have opened. Burnt offering and sin offering You did not require. 7 Then I said, “Behold, I come; In the scroll of the book it is written of me. 8 I delight to do Your will, O my God, And Your law is within my heart.” Commitment to…
Prayer A long time ago, in an Italian city, a beautiful tower was built which was admired by everyone passing through. A little further down the road, in a neighbouring city, another tower was built of similar beauty. The two towers were equally well known. The people of the second city, envious and…
Russell Jeffares • Vintage Grace Church • Sermon • • 59 views • 41:28
Introduction Last week we wrapped up our series on the Bible called “Breath”. We breathe all the time. It is central in our lives. Another area in our lived that is equally central/vital/important in our lives (whether we like it or not is money) money (how we get it, spend it, save it) stands right…
The fourth Sabbath in August is the global Adventist church's enditnow emphasis day where we stand up against violence in all forms. Jason Worf shares about verbal abuse in this sermon called "Words that Wound." He addresses victims of abuse, abusers, and compasionate bystanders from Isaiah 58 and the advice of Christian counselors on how to respond to abusive speach.
Series: The Stress of Christmas Text : 1 Timothy 6:6-10 The Stress of Financial Problems 1 Timothy 6:6-10 ; 17-19 Introduction : As we enter the month of December we look forward to every opportunity to celebrate the truth that God took the form of a man and came to this earth to redeem us. We are also…
Overcoming Joy Robbers
Begin the sermon by using a selfie stick... We started a new series last week talking about things that rob your joy. Last week was doubt, this week we are talking about selfishness. What do I mean by selfishness? Selfishness defined - A self-centred concern for oneself, without due regard to the needs…