GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 23,407 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease An embarrassing situation marked the passing of a well known fire chief. None of the family has spoken to any member of his engine company since the funeral. With the best of intentions these fire men sent what they felt was a high tribute. It was a floral arrangement with gold…
Los Atributos de Dios
Wilfor Galindo Reyes • Sermon • • 20,288 views
La Santidad de Dios.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 13,839 views
The passage calls for us to obedience and spiritual purity because God is Holy (pure). In our former lives we were controlled in ignorance by the passions of the flesh (sinful desire). However, because of the grace of Christ we should obey God. This should be accomplished by prepairing ourselves to obey, focusing on the Hope of our future grace (glorification), and by conforming ourselves to God's purity.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 8,760 views
THE CLOTHES OF HEAVEN based on Rev. 7:9-17 By Glenn Pease A taylor who used an apple as a trade mark was asked why he used that particular symbol. He replied, "If it hadn't been for the apple, where would the clothing business be?" He had a good point. The clothing business did start in the garden of…
Pastor Mark Sage • Maineville Baptist Church • Sermon • • 6,692 views
Keep Moving Forward Jeremiah 32:6-12 We are on the battlefield. The victory has been won - but the clashes continue - the enemy seems to be winning, but it is only because it is the last days. We still have to finish our fight. Pauls said in: I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 6,208 views
BY GLENN PEASE When Columbus and his crew were being blown West by the Atlantic trade winds, one of the reasons they were so fearful was they did not know how they could get back home against the wind. Fortunately they discovered not only a new world, but new winds that carried them back to Spain. They…
Michael Ryan Stotler • Laughlin Community Church • Sermon • • 4,420 views • 29:58
Introduction Hatfields and the McCoys Everyone has heard of the Hatfield and the McCoys. It is the most famous family feud in American History. The Hatfields and the McCoys lived on either side of a creek named Tug Fork. That creek served as the geographical border between Kentucky and West Virginia—the…
Jeremy Errickson • Living Hope Church • Sermon • • 3,847 views • 36:32
New Sermon Series: “TRANSFORMED” 6 Weeks series on being transformed into the image of Christ! Renewing our Mind on 5 life changing viewpoints we must have as followers of Christ. If you love LHC… Share it! Invite others and talk about what God is doing in your life and your families life! Grab Your…
In the Beginning
Justin Smith • Warwick Baptist Church • Sermon • • 3,679 views • 34:09
“In the beginning God …” ( Genesis 1:1 ) o Those who disagree with Creationism § Typically start with rejecting the existence of God. § Scientifically – “We have scientific evidence opposing creation” · They actually have Historical Evidence. · They have the same evidence we do but interpret it differently.…
Series in Psalms
Pastor Bart Leger • Faith Bible Church of Lake Charles • Sermon • • 3,482 views • 23:18
We all have questions about the goodness of God from time to time. If God is so good, why does He allow natural disasters? If God is so good, why does He allow children to die? How do we know God is good? Listen as Pastor Leger list reasons we know God is good.
The Gospel for REAL Life - A Study of 1 Peter
Mike Measley • EFBC - Evangelical Free Bible Church • Sermon • • 3,124 views • 42:53
Today we are continuing our study through 1 Peter, which shows us the Gospel, the good news about Jesus dying to take the punishment for our sin, and rising to give us new life, is the very thing we need as we go through REAL life. Last week, we looked at the opening of the book, where Peter laid the…
Robert L. Smith • Sermon • • 3,073 views
lass=MsoNormal>Jesus’ High Priestly prayer- part 2 (John 17: 17-19)July 6, 2008 (Pray) In my last sermon we entered into the holy of holies, as we looked in the 17th chapter in the book of John. We heard the prayer of Jesus to His Father concerning us, those who have trusted Jesus as our personal Savior.…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 2,887 views • 1:00:36
The Sickness of a Lukewarm Spirituality Can Only Be Cured By Closeness and Genuine Communion with Christ.
Landon Rowell • Sermon • • 2,308 views
Introduction Greetings… In 1 Peter 2:9 we read a powerful passage about Christians. 9 But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. In this we learn……
John Fallahee • Brainerd Baptist Church • Sermon • • 2,227 views
7 keys principles on how God’s grace prevails over man’s sin so that we rightly respond to His grace when we sin!
Jonathan Anderson • Faith Baptist Church • Sermon • • 2,198 views • 33:13
This morning I want us to attempt a monumentally difficult challenge. And let me say at the beginning of our attempt that I fully expect, in fact I fully know, that we will fail in our challenge. The challenge that I want for us to attempt this morning is to embrace and comprehend the deep deep love…
A Summer in the Psalms
Pastor Jed Johnston • Sermon • • 2,174 views • 41:45
The Moody Bible Commentary Psalms 113–118 : The Hallel Psalms In very early Jewish tradition these six psalms are known collectively as Hallel psalms (“The Praise”), because of the Hallelujah ! (“Praise the Lord”) endings… . This Hallel reading tradition was already established by the NT period as a…
Olen Blash • Living Waters Bible Church • Sermon • • 2,169 views • 49:38
When was the last time you thanked God for your eyes? Not a generic, “Thank you for everything.” A specific, “God, THANK YOU FOR MY eyes.” Thank you for the ability to see what I’m looking at. I may not know what or who I’m looking at sometimes, but I can see. I may not feel good, but I can see. I may…
Bishop G.E. Livingston • Sermon • • 1,936 views
10 David praised the Lord in the presence of the whole assembly, saying, “Praise be to you, Lord , the God of our father Israel, from everlasting to everlasting. 11 Yours, Lord , is the greatness and the power and the glory and the majesty and the splendor, for everything in heaven and earth is yours.…
Savoring the Psalter
CJ Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 1,899 views
Evil shall not triumph for ever
Melissa Hodder • Sermon • • 1,810 views
One Thing is Needed Ever go shopping and when you think you are done you realize there is one more thing? Or Ever ask your kid to do something and get the response just a minute? Ever get home from shopping and realize that one item you went looking for your forgot? One thing is needed? This morning…
Shirley Watkins • Sermon • • 1,691 views
What is Biblical separation? Biblical separation refers to Christians separating themselves from the sinful things of this world. The Bible calls Christians to be salt and light to a bland and dark world. Matthew 5:13-16 declares, "You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how…
Ryan • Sermon • • 1,690 views
Sometimes life can be hard, but the hard times in life are what build character and refine us to purity. These times, though hard can be a blessing becasue of the promised hope they bring. This message looks at being shaped and formed by God, though not a painless process.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 1,656 views
Nahum is a prophetic book promising the freedom of Israel from Assyrian rule and the total destruction of Nineveh. In the first chapter, Nahum describes God as working in two important ways. The book begins with a repeated description of God as zealous and vengeful. The author emphasizes God's power over water, land, and people (1:4-5). Nahum then questions the wisdom of rebelling against God. (1:6, 9) The entire section culminates in the prophetic promise of the total destruction of the city of Nineveh. (1:12-14) Though the main focus is God's vengeance against Nineveh; it also emphasizes that God is slow to anger (v. 3), a refuge to his people (v. 7), and Good (v. 7). As whole, Nahum defends God's justice emphasizing his goodness and patience along with his demand for vengeance.