This morning we are talking about hope. We are not talking about the world’s version of hope however. There is a major difference between the way a believer and an unbeliever use the word hope. When the world speaks of hope they say something like this, “I hope I win the lottery.” What do they mean.…
If you knew that you only had one more day to live what would you do? How would your life change for that last day? In I Peter 4.7 we read this: 1 Peter 4:7 - But the end of all things is at hand: What did Peter mean when he made this statement? Did Peter mean that he had some kind of special revelation…
Glorifying God in Our Worship
Matthew Froah • Sermon • • 364 views
Scripture: Subject: Christian Character Theme: Glorifying God in Our Worship Key Thought : Who, How, and When do you Worship? What do you think of when you hear the word worship? Songs, instruments, and church services? What about serving the Lord, praying,and reading the bible? Who do You Worship? a)Worship…
Wake Up Call
Introduction Text: Ecclesiastes 9:1-12 But all this I laid to heart, examining it all, how the righteous and the wise and their deeds are in the hand of God. Whether it is love or hate, man does not know; both are before him. It is the same for all, since the same event happens to the righteous and the…
Joel Hayworth • Sermon • • 217 views
Introduction Our next topic in this series on key Christian Doctrine is “Sanctification” or being conformed to be more like Christ. Some denominations out there state that the way that you become more like Christ is by doing works or actions in order to cancel out bad things or actions. Almost as though…
How do you detect a counterfeit? How do you detect something that is fake or false? Do you study the counterfeit? Or do you study the genuine article? When the banks or government officials want to train people in the art of spotting counterfeit money guess what they have them study? They have them study…
Thriving In Deployment
Adam Roe • Sermon • • 130 views • 42:45
Marriage is meant to glorify God by commitment toward pleasing our spouse. This is accomplished principally through commitment to affection and admiration for our spouses. Only then can we deal with conflict, all while remembering that God's love and respect toward us is our goal toward one another.
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Introduction: A. Why Should I Give Glory to God? 1. Because He made us. a) Psalm 100:3 – we tend to forget that & think that our accomplishments make us worthy of praise. b) As Creator, He alone is worthy to be glorified (Psalm 100:3 cf. Revelation 4:11). 2. God made everything to give Him glory. a)…
God's will, It's for you series
Outlook of a thankful heart Outlook matters doesn’t it? Tonight we are looking at God’s will to give thanks for all things. No better place to start than with looking at the power of having the right outlook, a thankful heart. Changes our outlook from selves to God Changes our outlook from our power…
We are an advertisement of our heavenly father. Think not only about yourself, rather seek the good of another person. When you do good to others, God saves them. Seek the benefit of others.
1 What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound? 2 Certainly not! How shall we who died to sin live any longer in it? 3 Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death? 4 Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into…
Coram Deo : From Spiritual Relapse to Rejuvenation this Summer
James Mitchell • Sermon • • 25 views
If we want to move from spiritual relapse to rejuvenation this Summer, we must be a people who grind for God's glory.
The Gospel in Romans
The Gospel in Romans There are so many important verses in Romans that describe the work of God in Christ Jesus for our salvation that I am not going to try to point out every one. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John hadn’t been written yet when Paul wrote his letter to the Roman Church This is the Good News,…
This lesson looks at the different components of thanksgiving, specifically acknowledgement, gratitude, and glory.
The question I Peter seeks to answer is how believers in a local church ought to respond to suffering, to trials, and to tests. Our natural response is do whatever possible to get out of the pain as soon as possible. I Peter 4 flies in the face of our natural response. Here, God shows us why suffering…