The Bible Doesn't Say That
Rev. Buford Edwards II • Sermon • • 903 views
The idea that God will not give us more than WE can hadle is a lie. It leads us to think that we are self-reliant. God gives us more than we can handle on our own, but through Him we can do all things and handle anything!
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 826 views
2 Cor. 12:8-9 "Concerning this I entreated the Lord three times that it might depart from me.  And He has said to me, "My grace is sufficient for you, for power is perfected in weakness." Most gladly, therefore, I will rather boast about my weaknesses, that the power of Christ may dwell in me." Every…
Robert Groover • Sermon • • 740 views • 51:06
In our daily walk we hear all sorts of noise from the world. Much of the noise is depressing and if not countered it can bring you down. The worst is that you are not good enough for God to use. But this is a lie bron and spread by the master liar. God uses our failures to boost others lives as well as our own life and walk.
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 720 views
Mark 11:1-11 And as they approached Jerusalem, at Bethphage and Bethany, near the Mount of Olives, He sent two of His disciples,  and said to them, "Go into the village opposite you, and immediately as you enter it, you will find a colt tied there, on which no one yet has ever sat; untie it and bring…
Attributes of God
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 537 views
Review of God’s love: Last week, we Defined God’s love, mostly using J.I. Packers definition, as this: (Adapted from J. I. Packer, Knowing God, Pg. 123) Love Defined: God’s love is an exercise of his goodness toward individual sinners whereby, having identified himself with their welfare, he has given…
Discovering the Church
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Sermon • • 352 views • 47:10
God judges the world by identifying and condemning sin and by vindicating and rewarding the righteous. God exercises temporal judgment on the world and on his people; final judgment will take place when Jesus Christ returns.
Special Topics- Encouragement
This sermon was delivered on Sunday December 4, 2016 at Blue Springs Baptist Church 450 Johnson Church Rd., Philadelphia, Tennessee, 37846. Phone 865-936-5922. e-mail: email@example.com
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 287 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…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 283 views
Numbers 23:19 "God is not a man, that He should lie, Nor a son of man, that He should repent; Has He said, and will He not do it? Or has He spoken, and will He not make it good?" (NASB) I consider myself to be an honest man. Partly because it is the right thing to be, but also because I agree with Mark…
Standing Firm & Staying Faithful In God's Sovereignty -- An Exposition of Daniel
Faced Any “Lions” this week? Any one here this morning a cat person? I personally do not like cats, I am allergic to them for one thing…but there is just something about cats that just disturbs me… they can stare you down for hours with this evil look (show picture of evil cat )...I just don’t like them…I…
Robert L. Joseph • Sermon • • 128 views
Moses was a wise teacher of God's truth. First he reviewed what the Lord had done for Israel (Deut. 1-4) and reminded the people of God's mercy and goodness. Then he reaffirmed the basic principles of God's Law (Deut. 5-6), what we know as the Ten Commandments (10:4). In chapters 6 and 7, Moses discussed motives for obedience and explained why the people should honor God's laws. He wanted the nation's obedience to be based on spiritual principles, not just personal opinions, and to be encouraged by the right motives. Only after Moses had laid this strong foundation did he apply God's commandments to specific areas of Israel's life. God gave His law to build the people individually as well as the nation collectively. How could over 2 million people live together and work together, let alone fight the enemy together, unless they had rules and regulations to govern them? Israel's civic peace and general welfare depended on the people respecting the law and obeying it. Unfortunately, over the years, some of the religious leaders added so many traditions to God's law that the people felt like they were wearing a galling yoke (Acts 15:10; Gal. 5:1). The Law was also meant to reveal God and draw the people closer to Him. If Israel was to be a holy people and a kingdom of priests (Ex. 19:1-8), they needed a holy law to guide them. Certainly God was concerned about the external conduct of His people, but He was also concerned that their hearts be devoted to Him. When you read Psalm 119, you discover what the law of God meant to Jewish people who were spiritually minded and devoted to the Lord in their hearts. They saw God's righteous law, not as a heavy yoke, but as honey (v. 103), light (v. 105), a treasure (vv. 14, 72, 127, 162), freedom (v. 45), and a source of great joy (v. 14). They delighted in the law and meditated on it (vv. 15-16, 23-24, 47-48, 77-78; see 1:1-3). Yes, the Ten Commandments were engraved on tables of stone, but the spiritual Jew also had the Word hidden in his heart (119:10-11). One of the key themes in Deuteronomy 6-7 is motivation for obedience. These two chapters answer the question, "Why should we obey God's Word in a world where most people ignore it or deliberately disobey it?" Moses explained four fundamental motives for obedience.
Doomed to Repeat
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to follow in the footsteps of Moses? Moses was arguable one of the best leaders of the day I mean……. · He was the one God choose to free His people · He was there when God parted the red sea · He was the one that spoke to the Rock and caused the water…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 111 views
2 Cor. 8:1-5 Now, brethren, we wish to make known to you the grace of God which has been given in the churches of Macedonia,  that in a great ordeal of affliction their abundance of joy and their deep poverty overflowed in the wealth of their liberality.  For I testify that according to their ability,…
Eternal questions from the minor prophets
How can I be happy? Good morning and welcome to CrossWay. Today's sermon, from the book of Habakkuk, is a continuation of our sermon series in the minor prophets titled, Eternal Questions From the Minor Prophets. Don’t let the word minor fool you. It merely means that the writings of these prophets,…
Illustration: Thanksgiving story Need: Do you ever feel like you have nothing to be Thankful for? Do you ever act like you have nothing to be thankful for? Psalm Background: 105 and 106 serve as a pair of Psalms Explain “hymnal” = Psalter 5 Books 105 and 106 end the 4th book together 105 reminds God’s…
Rev. Claude L. White, Jr. • Sermon • • 86 views
God Is Faithful Introduction: the story is told of a little boy who received a boat for his birthday. . . There are moments God throws things at us not to harm us but to get us closer to Him. The story of Judah & Jerusalem is like that. It is here in this book we are encouraged to love God wholeheartedly…
Living between promise and fulfillment
God made many promises in the Bible. There is coming a day when we will see all of those promises fulfilled. But today, we are living between the promise and fulfillment.
We are studying the Gospel of John and are currently in chapter 5. Please open your bibles, and we will read this together; today from the NASB. After these things there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Now there is in Jerusalem by the sheep gate a pool, which is called in Hebrew…
The Real God
Great Is Thy Faithfulness Great is Thy faithfulness O God my Father There is no shadow of turning with Thee Thou changest not Thy compassions they fail not As Thou hast been Thou forever will be 22 The Lord’s lovingkindnesses indeed never cease, For His compassions never fail. 23 They are new every morning;…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 56 views
2 Samuel 2:1-7 "Then it came about afterwards that David inquired of the Lord, saying, 'Shall I go up to one of the cities of Judah?' And the Lord said to him, 'Go up.' So David said, 'Where shall I go up?' And He said, 'To Hebron.'  So David went up there, and his two wives also, Ahinoam the Jezreelitess…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 53 views • 43:23
The Sanctuary of God will one day open, and His holy angels will usher forth with His seven LAST plagues to execute judgment on this ungodly world. Are you safe in Jesus, the ark of our Salvation?
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 52 views
Psalm 73:28 "But as for me, it is good to be near God. I have made the Sovereign Lord my refuge;" There have been times in my walk with the Lord that I've felt so close to Him that I could feel his unseen hands around me. They were times when I felt pressed into His chest. But there are also times when…