Glorifying God Series
Benjamin Hill • Sermon • • 3,921 views
Introduction: Have you ever wondered what it means to give something glory, more specifically when scripture or a person says give God the Glory? Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary defines the act of giving glory to something as the act of “worshipful praise, honor, and thanksgiving.” While this…
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1 John 3:1-10 Stephen Caswell © 2001 Detecting Fake Currency The United States Treasury Department has a special group of men whose job it is to track down counterfeiters. Naturally, these men need to know a counterfeit bill when they see it. How do they learn to identify fake bills? Oddly enough, they…
Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 1,097 views
April 4, 2010 Pastor Ricky Powell Scripture Introduction: The town of Le Lavandou on the French Riviera recently passed a law barring any more burials in the town cemetery. It's full. The law says, “It is forbidden without a cemetery plot to die on the territory of the commune.” The law hasn't stopped…
Paul draws a dramatic difference between the lost and the saved. The lost reflect a fallen condition with is slavery and destruction. However, the believer in Christ has a distinctive advantage and difference. The Indwelling Holy Spirit gives us new pursuits and a new life. It reflects what it means to be free from the law of sin and death.
Nathan Sehi • Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 1,054 views • 37:17
Being Christian means, we have been adopted by the most wonderful dad in the World – God the Father. Our adoption gives us a wonderful, confident, and blessed relationship with our Heavenly Father. So often we tremble at the struggles of life, but we must remember all we have to do is cry out to our “Abba Father”.
Duncan Mccoll • Sermon • • 898 views
Triumphant Living Preacher: Philip Bassett Series: Lean On Me - Sermons From Romans Meeting: 8am Holy Communion Date: 12 May 2002 Passage: Romans 8:18-39 Back in the 1980's I was trained in biblical counseling by Larry Crabb, an American Christian psychologist who is the author of many books on personal…
Our Great Salvation: Glorification
Matthew Leroy Wisecarver • Sermon • • 535 views
GLORIFICATION: The final and corporate act of our redemption I. Not a solo act II. Cosmic anticipation and participation III. ; ; 54-56 Pleased to be rounding 3rd base to take us home on our tour of God’s grace in our great salvation! We have considered in all of these doctrines - how God has affected…
When we look at this present world, we see the terrible consequences of Adam's fall. When we look to Jesus, we see Him crowned with glory and honor. This is our assurance that in the world to come all the consequences of the fall will be reversed and we will share in Christ’s glory and honor.
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 432 views • 31:18
Main Idea: A Christian need not fear uncertain or troubling circumstances, because we have a sovereign Lord and Savior, who is coming again to glorify us and bring us to our true home.
Introduction Have you ever pondered what it is that controls the way you think, the way you react to good news and bad news? Our internal makeup, our minds and our hearts contain what the scriptures call our spirit and soul. The things that create our response to life’s situations, good or bad are driven…
Barry Patching • Sermon • • 250 views
Where GRACE and FAITH collide The greatest experiment of your life A hundred metres beneath the border between France and Switzerland, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research has built a Large Hadron Collider. At a cost of 6 billion dollars this enables scientists to crash opposing beams of protons…
Can you think of times in your life when someone fundamentally, totally, completely missed the point? Example- you spend hundreds of dollars on a new toy for you child for his or her birthday, and it is one of those toys that comes in a rather large brown box. So, you take care to hide the present, and…
Edwin Colon • Sermon • • 181 views
THE "FACTS & ACTS" OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE Grace: The Truth that Transforms - Part 14 of 36 Romans 6:1-14 Rick Warren Most Christians are frustrated, discouraged, and defeated because they do not know and apply the fantastic truths taught in Romans 6. I. THE THREE GREAT PHASES OF YOUR SALVATION * JUSTIFICATION…
Jonathan McGuire • Sermon • • 149 views
Servants 5 What then is Apollos? And what is Paul? They are servants through whom you believed, and each has the role the Lord has given. 6 I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth. 7 So then neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth.…
Cody Hale • Sermon • • 103 views
Introduction Have you ever experienced addition by subtraction? Have you ever experienced a loss that made your life better? All of us dread the thought of loss — the loss of a job or a friendship or a responsibility — and we fight as hard as possible to prevent experiencing any of these losses. But,…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 103 views
Satan is typically is either overemphasized or underemphasized. He is not the cause of every one of our struggles. At the same time, there are times the forces of darkness genuinely are attacking us. Fortunately, the main thrust of their attack is exactly what Christ died for. Our sin and guilt. Peter challenges us to engage the enemy in 3 ways: Be alert for sin, resist defection (and stand firm in the Gospel), and Trust in the ultimate redemption from sin found in Christ. The reality is we all will suffer, and at times because of Satanic influence. Yet, God given us everything we need in Jesus Christ to fight the enemy.
More than Forgiveness B.R. Titus 2:11-14 11 For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men, 12 Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; 13 Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing…
Kenn Chipchase • Sermon • • 64 views
Implications of the Resurrection He is risen! (Re is risen indeed) Now why would you say that? Don’t you know that dead people have a tendency to stay dead? At least, that’s what skeptics would have you believe. Today we are talking about the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. There are four implication I…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 58 views
Peter challenges believers not simply to be Holy like God, but to adore God. Adoration is the basis for prayer, rests in the ransom of God, and recognizes the privilage it is to be the generation that Christ has been revealed to. The work of God should challenge us from mere obedience to purposeful worship in our lives.
Not From Around Here: The Complicated Life of a Sojourner
The story has been told of a believer, Frederick Nolan, who was fleeing from his enemies during a time of persecution in North Africa. Pursued by them over hill and valley with no place to hide, he fell exhausted into a wayside cave, expecting his enemies to find him soon. Awaiting his death, he saw…
Intro Sermon Text - Ephesians 5.25-27 25 Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself for her, 26 that He might sanctify and cleanse her with the washing of water by the word, 27 that He might present her to Himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle or…