Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 330 views
Heaven Our Home Happily Ever After Psalm 23:6 April 15, 2007 Richard E. Powell Introduction: Today we will begin a new series of messages about heaven. The series is called, “Heaven our Home.” For the next three weeks we will take a look at what Heaven will be like. We will answer the questions, “Is…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 169 views
Anyone who is a sports enthusiast has had the experience of heading home or turning off the television because your team was desperately behind or comfortably ahead, only to discover later in the day that your team did not lose or win as you were expecting. These times prove the old adage that the game…
Life of Samuel
Samuel, the prophet and judge of Israel, is now dead and buried. You would think that his story would be over. But, in one of the more unusual events recorded in Scripture, there is one last tale to be told, with important lessons to learn about the unseen spiritual realm and life after death. An expository sermon from 1 Sam. 28:3-20. The sermon begins at 33:15.
David B. Brokaw • Sermon • • 11 views
Afterlife Afterlife refers to an existence after physical death. The concept encompasses the notions of whether a being has a life force (such as soul or spirit) that continues to exist after death and where that soul or spirit goes after death.
Created for Significance
I hope for the last few weeks I have given you something to think about. You have been created by God for something significant. Today, I want to conclude this series by looking at the life to come. The last parable in these 3 chapters of Luke that we have been looking at for the last few weeks is a…
The Good Place... Or is it?
Alexander Lundbohm (Zeek) • Sermon • • 8 views
The Good place is individualistic- you can spend as many “Jeremy Berimys” learning everything there is to know but as long as eternity is “you” focused it will never be the good place. Eventually you will always get bored and you will want out. Just like the characters in the show.. That is why immortality is often seen as a curse in the media. What makes Heaven so different is that it has nothing to do with you or me. It is all about Christ. It is all about worshipping Jesus forever and that will never get old. When we take the focus off of ourselves and put it on Jesus that is when we will be most content. No amount of learning, experiencing, or fun will ever stack up to an eternity in the Presence of Jesus.
In Matthew 25, Jesus speaks about the eternal destinations for believers and unbelievers. In this week's message, Dr. Jim Spivey examines this text and speaks about the reality of heaven and hell.