Darren Broadhurst • Sermon • • 6,497 views
RECOVERING THE CAPTIVES Background: I have mentioned before and I will say again that I thank the Lord that He chronicles not only the great accomplishments of our heroes of faith but also the times that they slipped and struggled. I take encouragement from these instances because in this I see that…
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John R. Gentry • Sermon • • 775 views
The primary problem addressed by Paul in 1 Corinthians, the point behind the fruit of the Spirit, the primary pursuit in Ephesians, and the putting on of the new person in Colossians 3 is all about loving our brothers and sisters.
Answering 4 questions Why do we Baptize? Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Why do we Baptize?…
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Church Gold Coast - Burleigh • Sermon • • 756 views • 50:23
We often think of forgiveness as having no limits. But that's not what the Bible teaches. God's grace, and ours, too, does have limits. But what are those limits, how do we encounter them, and what do they do to our relationships? In this exposition of Matthew 18:15-20, Malcolm explores how the love of Christ acts as mediator between Christians, and how people can, tragically, place themselves outisde the limits of forgiveness.
Our forgiveness has the power to bring joy and encouragement to others. This positive truth has a negative opposite. Failure to forgive brings sadness and discouragement. This sadness and discouragement comes to us as well as to others. There can be no joy without forgiveness. When we forgive and experience the joy it brings it encourages our hearts in the Lord.
themes of Race and Community in Scripture
The Good Samaritan is one of the best known parable that Jesus taught, made vastly more convicting and powerful by our understanding of the great rift between the Jews of Palestine and their closest neighbors and indeed relatives. The Samaritans. Jesus uses the image of the good Samaritan to show us…
Your Best Life Now Ha-Foke Bah Hebrew Ha-Foke Bah English What brings true meaning to your life? The kind of meaning that satisfies you emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually. Meaning that leaves you shaking your head and feeling like no matter how hard you just worked on this thing, you feel…
Our second pre-recorded worship during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week's readings focussed on love. Love of God, love of neighbour, and how we can show love by staying away yet still in contact with one another in this time.
"Come to the Lord's Table"
Come To The Lord’s Table We finish this morning our final preparations before Coming To The Lord’s Table. As you can see, I wanted to change things up and do the service a bit differently today. Yes I know, for some that goes against your Baptist grain, but hey we haven’t had communion yet so you’re…
Now I will tell you what! preparing this weeks sermon was quite difficult! I spent a lot of time working through this text. reading commentaries and wrestling with the themes that seemed at first to not really flow into the kindo cohesive whole that is easy to understand. And quite frankly it wasn’t…
Randy Ehle • Journey Church, Sonora • Sermon • • 49 views • 42:56
Jesus defined his mission: to proclaim freedom for all peoples. And then he gave that mission to his disciples—to us. This message from Luke 4:14-30 will lay the foundation for our study of the Sermon on the Mount.
Mastering Key Areas in the Christian Life
Does Church really matter? Today we begin a new series titled "Mastering Key Areas in the Christian Life." Join us as we learn about the importance of Worship and Church Attendance and show how this discipline is a necessity for a successful Christian life.