Joan Spence • Sermon • • 5,481 views
As a young Christian, new to the faith, Genesis 3:9, 11a puzzled me; God was asking questions as if He did not know the answers. It would take many years before I understood what God was doing, and by then, I had moved on to more puzzling and not so puzzling Scriptures. Here is how God revealed what…
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 4,604 views
Jesus Loves the Little Children Mark 10:13-16 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - June 9, 2013 *You have surely heard the tune. It was first written as a marching song for the Union Army, during the Civil War: "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys are Marching." *Later this tune became one of the…
Andrew Burt • Sermon • • 3,669 views
Enniscorthy Christian Fellowship – 27th April 2008 Romans 5:6-11 * A monastery in Portugal is perched high on a 3,000 foot cliff and accessible only by a terrifying ride in a basket. The basket is pulled up to the monastery with a single rope by several strong men. One American tourist who visited the…
Design for Discipleship
(Sorry for the recording this week, a little muffled) Today Pastor Chase kicks off our new sermon series titled "Design for Discipleship. " This week we explore four truths that explain why God cares for us. Grab your Bible and follow along!
Jerry Fenter • Sermon • • 2,523 views
Series: Renewing Our Relationship with God Sermon: Accepting God’s Love Scripture: 1 John 3:1; Romans 5:8 When our shepherds set a vision for this year they also added a corresponding theme, and this year’s theme is “Renewing God’s People.” At some point this year we’re going to consider who are the…
Introduction: What is security to you? ILLUSTRATION: Everyone of us have habits we do to keep us safe. - I grew up in California where you lock your door at all costs. For some of you that is weird … but I always lock my doors. Drives my wife nuts … but I lock my doors. - Many of you don’t lock your…
The Kingdom Way
We're at the part in THE Kingdom Way when we need to start talking about how to Love People. A great place to start is Confession, Repentance and Forgiveness. These are big topics to cover together but they do fit together nicely. Learn not only what they mean, but also how to live them out in your everyday life.
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 1,724 views
John 9:1-7 There are a few things I am good at, but many things I'm bad at. Still other things I'm absolutely terrible at. Among them, I am a terrible patient. Other than a couple of childhood illnesses, I hadn't been sick a day in my life until a doctor diagnosed me with thyroid cancer. One surgery…
Nathan Sehi • Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 1,479 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”.
John Palmer • Sermon • • 1,287 views
Do You Feel Worthless (No Value)? by David M. Trexler Do you sometimes feel worthless because of the kind of job you have, the way you look, the way people treat you, or because of deafness? Do you sometimes feel that God does not love you because of your sins or your bad family history, such as divorce…
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 1,186 views
Remember the Greatest Love John 15:9-13 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - May 26, 2013 *On this Memorial Day, hopefully you will get to spend some time with family and friends. -- But as we do, we should remember the over 40 million Americans who have served in the military to help keep…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 598 views
One of the things we learn at the very beginning of Luke 15 is that Jesus practiced what He preached. He told us to show hospitality to those who could not return the favor and to invite people to eat who were considered throwaways to society. That’s exactly what Jesus did and He was criticized greatly…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 550 views
October 4, 2015 Read Lu 13:6-9 -- American writer John Gardner once wrote, “The reason you can’t teach an old dog new tricks is that he is quite content with his mastery of the old tricks, and thinks that learning new tricks is strictly for puppies. Besides, he is busy paying off the mortgage on the…
Rick Williams • Sermon • • 538 views
Making the Christmas Connection The Christmas Story The Significance of the Christmas Story… Part 1: A story of faith "I am the Lord's servant," Mary answered. "May it be to me as you have said." Then the angel left her. Luke 1:38 NIV Principle #1: Submit to God’s plan for your life Part 2: A story of…
Please open your bibles to John 3 . We are continuing our study of Jesus interaction with Nicodemus. Nicodemus was a Pharisee. He held a high regard for the word of God, in particular the law and the prophets of the Old Testament which were all the scriptures they had at that time. Nicodemus studied…
Dennis Schaffer • Sermon • • 507 views
As soon as mankind had sinned and broke his relationship with God, God broke the silence and got Adam's attention. God wanted the rest of history to be petitioned by His love, His plan, and His invitation.
Scott Hergert • Sermon • • 501 views
The Greatness of God’s Love Exodus 16:1-26 Every person can know the extent of God’s love by noticing the actions he took for his people. Introduction: Sometimes people will ask me if I golf, and I will usually answer them with something like, “I own a set of golf clubs and I have been on a golf course…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 495 views
Lamentations 3:22-24 “[Because of] the Lord’s faithful love we do not perish, for His mercies never end.  They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness!  I say: The Lord is my portion, therefore I will put my hope in Him.” (HCSB) Arthur Winston was a model of faithfulness. He was known…
The deepest possible expression of God’s character. Though God loves all people, he is especially committed to sacrificial, loyal relationships with his people.