Steve Caswell • Sermon • • 4,154 views
Nehemiah 1:1-11 Stephen Caswell © 2000 Pray for Strength -- Phillips Brooks Do not pray for easy lives; pray to be stronger people! Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers; pray for powers equal to your tasks. Then the doing of your world shall be no miracle, but you shall be a miracle. Everyday you…
Was Jesus an absent Christ after He ascended to Heaven? If not, what role did He take? In what ways did He fulfill that role?
Walking Through Psalms
McCauley Austin • Friendswood Baptist Church • Sermon • • 490 views • 18:02
This Psalm, which David prayed for a safe return to worship the Lord at the Tabernacle/Temple, has been prayed down through history by worshipers making their pilgrimage to Jerusalem. In this message, we consider how this psalm can serve as our prayer as we make our sojourn here on Earth, our pilgrimage to Jesus and God’s Kingdom fully realized on Earth, as it is in heaven.
George Toews • Sermon • • 205 views
Mark 15:16-47 Introduction In a collection of newspaper clippings which we have in the house, we have some on the coronation of Queen Elizabeth which Carla’s father kept. She became queen in the year that I was born but was crowned as queen on June 2, 1953 and has been queen of England and Canada ever…
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 124 views • 56:57
Jesus, the Messiah of Israel, is the promised Son of Abraham and Son of David. He has come to rescue and save anyone who will trust Him. Also, remember that God frequently works the long game. Recorded at Refuge TLH on March 31, 2019.
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 123 views
Sermon on Acts 1.1-11 Title: Ascension…. What for? Theme: Christ continues his ministry from the throne of God. Goal: to encourage Christians that Christ continues his ministry from the throne of God. Need: often we live not thinking about Christ’s position at the right hand of God. Sermon in Oral Style…
John L. Lake • Sermon • • 80 views
CHURCH ON RANDALL PLACE SERMON NOTES 6/7/09 “THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN” A STUDY IN MATTHEW TODAY’S MESSAGE: “A VOICE CRYING IN THE WILDERNESS” MATT 3:1-6 I. Introduction a. The grass withers and the flowers fade… (Isaiah 40:8). b. The coming of the Kingdom is preceded by a voice crying in the wilderness.…
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 68 views
In a way, we can’t blame Israel for wanting a king. They had gone through hundreds of years of anarchy. The book of Judges which precedes 1 Samuel historically started off on a good note but progressively deteriorates into periods of captivity because of their sine alternating with God raising up a judge…
Kevin Ueckert • Sermon • • 53 views
December 2, 2007 Introduction: It is the Christmas season. I like Christmas and this season. You know what I would love? I would love to have a new truck. I would like to have one of those GPS’s for my car. I would love to have a new deer rifle. I want a new DVD player from Clearplay. I want some more…
Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 48 views • 23:37
As Christians, we need to be certain that the Bible is God's word. One of the things God has placed in the Bible to help us know it is His word are prophetic statements. God tells us what will happen, and it happens just like He said it would. God provided a number of prophecies about the Messiah coming. We can look at how those came true and know that the Bible is, in fact, God's word.
Steve Odom • Park City Baptist Church, Park City, MT • Sermon • • 46 views • 30:29
Have you ever viewed a donkey as an animal to learn important lessons in life? How about lessons in your relationship with God? In this sermon, pastor Steve brings us to view the donkey as an animal that contains several lessons for the Jesus follower today.
Evan • Sermon • • 38 views
Today is Palm Sunday - the beginning of Easter week. Today is an exciting day as we think about who Jesus really was and what he did. Does anyone know what palm sunday is all about - or why we call it plam sunday? There was something to do with palm branches. 2 Kings 9:13 - Jehu annointed king and the…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 38 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Toscanini, the world famous conductor, worked his orchestra so hard at rehearsals. Once, after performing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony in concert, the first violinist said to the second violinist, "If he scolds us after that superb performance, I will jump up and push him off his…
The Reign of the Lamb
Theme: What does it mean to have a king? As Christians we serve and honor King Jesus, he reigns in our hearts. God is eternal, he doesn’t have a beginning nor an end, he moves and acts all the time. To follow him means that our story will be similar to his, our life will take on the image of the sacrificial generous all-loving and all-knowing king who ministered faithfully to glorify the heavenly Father.
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 34 views
ss=MsoNormal align=right style='text-align:right'>1) 3-23-08…AM…SBC (Easter Sun) 2)“A Conquering King” Luke 23:44-24:12 Introduction: Who was Jesus Christ? 1- Your eternity hangs in the balance on the answer to that question 2- He is not here to see physically but we are see Him through the eyes of faith…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 33 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Governments often fear Christians because they have a loyalty to God which they put above their loyalty to government, and this limits their power to control. Jesus started this by His famous response, "Render onto Caesar the things that are Caesars and unto God the things that…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 33 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease For 13 years he was one of the greatest rulers Russia ever had. In 1547, when he took the throne, he sought for a Queen, and found one he loved so dearly that together they made their kingdom a kingdom of love. The king became a friend of the poor and suffering, and he built churches,…
Peter calls for submission to government authorities. Is that submission for everything? Is there a time when we're not to submit? Join Pastor Steve as he addresses these and many more questions from 1 Peter 2:13-17.
Pr. Benjamin Tomczak • Sermon • • 31 views
During Advent we stand so close to Christmas that we almost exclusively think of Christ sleeping in His manger, cradled in Mary’s arms. We think of “Peace on earth, good will to men!” We get ready for snow, and while cleaning it up may be a pain, the peaceful falling, the beautiful calm of it lying so…