Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 580 views
November 30, 2014 Intro – The SS teacher was teaching the students the meaning of Hallelujah. When she finished she asked, “Now, what word do church members shout with joy?” “Bingo!” cried one child. Well, hopefully, our joy in Christ goes just a bit deeper than that, right? It did for the 72 as they…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 334 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…
Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 199 views
TEXT: Hosea 4:1-2; 6-10 TOPIC: God’s Indictment against His People Pastor Bobby Earls, FBC, Center Point, February 25, 2007 Then – The Prophet Hosea is one of the most intriguing of all the prophets of ancient Israel. Remember that a prophet was a special messenger of God sent forth to proclaim God’s…
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The last half of Isaiah 9 is in the form of a prophetic poem consisting of four stanzas, each one ending with the sentence: “For all of this His anger is not turned away, but His hand is stretched out still.” The words are directed to the Northern Kingdom of Israel, not Judah. They had been warned about…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 69 views
May 17, 2015 Intro – (Read Lu 12:1-3). A mother was irate to find her daughter playing doctor with the neighbor boy one day. The boy’s mother advised, “Oh, don’t take it so seriously. It’s only natural for children to want to satisfy their curiosity.” The girl’s mother fumed, “Curiosity? Curiosity, my…
Youth Sunday, 2018
Brother Rudy • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 31 views • 37:57
Quick! Who is the hero in the story of Jonah? What is the most surprising thing about the story? What was it about Jonah's preaching that caused the people of Nineveh to repent, thereby avoiding the wrath of God for a time? These and other questions--and surprising insights--are found in this message. Give a listen!
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 28 views
Intro – One young college student had perfected the ability to sleep through class, awakening just as it ended. His prof was soon wise to the ruse, so next class period, just as he was waking up, the prof eyed him and said, “So, John, what do you think of that?” Naturally John had no clue, but he collected…
The Revelation of Jesus Christ
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 17 views • 38:05
Babylon--a great, powerful city. A sinful city. Center of world commerce. Destroyed in one hour. Who is affected by Babylon's fall? What lessons can followers of Jesus learn as we observe her fall? Join the Grace United crew as we witness the fallout of Babylon's fall.
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 16 views
SHOWING MERCY (Luke 9:51-56) Intro – James Dobson saw a sign outside a convent in SC: “Absolutely No Trespassing – Violators Will be Prosecuted to the Full Extent of the Law.” It was signed “Sisters of Mercy.” We need mercy! We often cry for justice, but what we really need is mercy. When you get Jesus’…
Brother Rudy • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 15 views • 42:43
The ark of Noah. A cute Sunday School lesson for the little kids? Or is it something more? Who are the Nephilim? Was there a world-wide flood or did it cover only a portion of the earth? And what about Noah himself? The Scripture records that Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. What does that mean? Join the Grace United crew as we talk about Noah and the events surrounding his building of the ark.
Brother Greg • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 10 views • 25:39
This story in God's word does much to tie together what God was up to in the days right after the flood til the birth of Isaac. So, when did Noah and his sons pass off the scene anyway? Is there an overlap between Noah's boy's and Abraham and Isaac? And talk about the Lord performing miracles! How about Abraham and Sarah having children in their 90's! Join the Grace United crew as we explore how God founded the land he promised to give to Abraham and his descendants. NOTE: you will need an open Bible for this message: the Scripture passages were not audible when read.
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 39:09
Genesis 15 is often referred to as "God's covenant with Abram." What does "covenant" mean? How did people "cut" a covenant back then? What does this show about God? And why would those who penned the New Testament refer to this chapter, especially verse 6? Join the Grace United crew as we discover truth that is precious and full of glory: "righteousness by faith."
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 6 views
November 9, 2014 Intro – Today’s message is tough. With great sadness I share with you the devastation that comes from rejecting Jesus Christ. Most people reject Jesus because the world rejects Him, and the world has more influence on us than God. It’s so much easier to just go along. It is so much wiser…
George Toews • Sermon • • 4 views
Ezekiel 38,39 I. Introduction Every once in a while things that happen in the news make me really upset because I can’t understand the evil of some people and what they do. The sexual assault and murder of young girls by Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka was one of those things. How could anyone do that…
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This third prophetic sermon was a clever presentation of Israel’s present spiritual condition and its consequences. It starts out deceptively as a casual song, transforms into a courtroom drama, and ends with pure condemnation. Isaiah lured his listeners into hearing him by singing a sweet melody, but…