It's All About Jesus
Dr. Mark C. Spellman • Wynndale Presbyterian Church, PCA • Sermon • • 1,370 views • 48:49
Staying Connected Since March we have had to find ways to stay connected. Some of the things we have tried work. Some didn’t. Staying connected is a big thing in today’s world. And is more important, especially for those who are part of the body of Christ since in Him, we are individually members of…
Romans: The Overflow of Grace
Jared Horton • Real Life Ministries Newport • Sermon • • 390 views • 48:47
Romans 11:11-12 Again I ask: Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery? Not at all! Rather, because of their transgression, salvation has come to the Gentiles to make Israel envious. But if their transgression means riches for the world, and their loss means riches for the Gentiles, how much greater…
Pastor John Radzikowski • First Community Church • Sermon • • 152 views • 37:11
Unfortunately, due to difficulties and technical issues our song service is not available online this week. We promise there will be one available online next week.
The Gospel in Romans
Pastor Dave Collett • Inter-Community Church of God • Sermon • • 96 views • 41:33
God’s Plans, God’s Mercy One of the most important themes of Paul in Romans is the doctrine of the salvation of all Israel. Chapters 9-11 are involved in this discussion and development of God’s Plans for the Salvation of Israel. I have, in that last few weeks, talked about God’s selection, God’s Grace,…
Michael J. NIelsen • Sermon • • 44 views
That the hearers will receive the comfort that Jesus is the true vine that provides them, the branches, the nutrients of life.
Pastor John Radzikowski • First Community Church • Sermon • • 12 views • 18:03
David Decker • Sermon • • 5 views
1 “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. The 7th and final I am statement in John I am the bread of life John 6 I am the light of the world John 8 I am the door of the sheep John 10 I am the resurrection land the life John 11 I am a good shepherd John 10 I am the way, the truth, and the…
The Romans Road
Matthew McDonald • Sermon • • 4 views
*Open your Bibles with me to Romans 11 In Matthew chapter 7, Jesus tells us that “you know a tree by its fruits” A good tree produces good fruit A bad tree produces bad fruit And the whole thing is about life You can look at your life and the fruit you are growing, and you can tell whether you are a…
Becoming Who We Are
Ste McLean • Sermon • • 3 views • 35:39
Life in the Vineyard
Jason Plumer • First Baptist Church Litchfield • Sermon • • 2 views
Spiritual Viticulture Viticulture is the practice of caring for vines. Vines have small branches that bear fruit, such as a grapevine. For vines to be productive, they must be pruned back each year. It is a type of cleansing that allows light and nutrients to be the most effective. The vine also will…
The Power of the Blood
Roland Powell • Sermon • • 2 views
Sermon on how we recceive salvation compared to how transplants happen medically
Covenants and Feasts
Joseph Carty • Sermon • • 0 views
There seems to be an infatuation with Israel in Christianity today. We have numberous groups of people who are not genetically Jewish that claim to be Israel. We have those who believe that we should keep/celebrate the feasts of the Old Testament. There are numerous interpretation of last-day events that focus on literal Israel. How can we untangle this confusing we of Literal vs. Spiritual Israel? How does God relate to Literal Judah today? We must be able to answer the question if God is able to make void covenant promises that He told Israel would be eternal.
Larry Johnson • Sermon • • 0 views
By his blood had made the two into one
Matthew - The King and The Kingdom
Aaron Frost • Sermon • • 0 views
Jesus tells two parables that reveal to the leaders of Israel that they had ultimately rejected God through rejecting his prophets and His Son. Their fate is judgment, and the kingdom would be given over to a new people. Jesus asserts his own sonship and predicts his own death within the parables. The importance is stressed on repentance and doing God's will. It will be those people whom the kingdom belongs to, not the formal religious elite.
Rev. Terry Lee Corpier • Lee Corpier • Sermon • • 0 views
Christ came to be with us, to teach, lead, and with power to overcome and redeem us from sin and evil; for Christ we are thankful.