The Gospel of Luke
Introduction: One of the greatest privileges, yet also one of the most neglected and misunderstood gifts we have, is the gift of prayer. Certainly prayer means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For some it is an empty ritual they repeat in a religious ceremony. For others it is…
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 41 views
lass=MsoNormal align=right style='text-align:right'>1) 11-18-07…..AM…..SBC 2) “Humility Leads to Holiness” Psalm 119:9-16 Introduction: 1- “It is an acrostic psalm, following the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.” 2- “In the Hebrew Bible, each verse in a section begins with that Hebrew letter. For example,…
The Gospel of Luke
Peter Grainger • Hope City • Sermon • • 28 views • 25:43
Jesus uses the picture of a Pharisee and a tax coillector's approach to prayer to show that in God's Kingdom, the only way up is down: those who humble themselves are exalted - those who think themselves right before God remain distant from him.
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Growing in Christ
What does it look like to live for Christ in our everyday life - and how can we know our vocation in this world? Regardless as to where we have been placed in life, we are to live as believers in that place. In this message on vocation, pastor Steve explains how our vocation is used by God to bless his people.
Three men went up to the temple to pray. One was a self-righteous Pharisee. The second was a wicked sinner. The third was neither self-righteous, nor a wicked sinner. Of course, he sinned occasionally—everyone does—but just enough to keep him humble. This third man is the one that we would all like to…