Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 326 views
Do You have a hardened heart? This morning I would like share a passage from my morning Quiet Time: it is found in Mark chapter 8 [P]. I am going to read a fairly lengthy passage so that we have the context of what took place. Jesus had a discussion with His disciples – and we are His disciples, aren’t…
Paul E. Norwood • Sermon • • 241 views
“Being a Servant” Text: John 13:1-5 I. Welcome II. Introduction Our special theme for the Walter Hill church this year is “Being the Leaven in 2011!” Of course, as Jesus taught with this very short parable in Matthew 13:33, this is what disciples in our Lord’s kingdom are supposed to be every day we…
What is church discipline? What is the process of church discipline? Upon whom should it be practiced?
Sermon • • 86 views
Introduction: Don't you understand? That is the question Jesus asked his disciples. Of all the people you would expect to understand, it would be the disciples. They were uniquely qualified and resourced: From Jesus' initial call to be "fishers of men." To the opportunities the disciples had to watch…
Allan Vincent • Sermon • • 56 views
The Enemy Within But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God, , “Tough Love” - “an expression believed to have originated with Bill Milliken’s 1968 book of the same title - used when someone treats another person harshly or sternly with the intent…
How can something small and negligable impact and change the whole. the concept of Leaven. Jesus became the unleavened bread of Life. Jesus became the Tortilla of Life
Ken • Sermon • • 32 views
KINGDOM PARABLES: “THE GROWTH OF THE KINGDOM” Introduction: Three short parables, told in rapid succession. The main subject of these, as of many parables, is “the Kingdom of heaven.” Each parable under consideration in this lesson has as its theme the growth of the kingdom, and each one presents the…
HO Hum What is the purpose of leaven? Agent used in breads to fluff it up and lighten it Bread, air pocket when you slice it Jews were commanded to use unleavened bread - Ex 12:18 in order to be ready to flee Egypt, passover there wasn’t enough time to wait for the bread to rise Leaven “is any one of…
What are the different parables Jesus taught about the kingdom of Heaven? What lessons might we draw from studying them?
The King & The Thief: Jesus vs. Judas
Theme: The moment Judas turned against Jesus. The way that you get to a betraying heart is when you believe the lie of the leaven. Instead, faith looks thru the leaven and sees there is a creator that is sitting right next to me as my redeemer. He has the world in His hands, and He wants my heart.
The Kingdom Parables
Phil Devaney • Sermon • • 12 views
Over the last three weeks we have been studying the kingdom parables found in . Thus far we have looked at the purpose for using parables, which, if you will recall was to reveal the intended meaning to the sons of the kingdom , while keeping the meaning hidden from the sons of the evil one. Next we…
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 9 views
class=MsoNormal align=right style='text-align:right'>1) 5-17-09…AM…SBC 2)“Climbing Calvary” Mark 8:11-9:1 Introduction: (Source: Living the Cross Centered Life – Mahaney) Ø Let me begin this morning with a quote from John Stott : “The Cross is the blazing fire at which the flame of our love is kindled,…
Brad Jordan • Cornerstone Baptist Church • Sermon • • 9 views • 34:49
Therefore, lets define trust as a belief so strong that it forces action. In other words, we place so much belief and faith in Him that we are driven to be obedient and in that obedience, we must be good stewards of the life that we have been given. So, this morning lets look at the fact that in order to be faithful stewards of this life we must trust Christ with time, talents and resources.
Life of Christ
Michael Sullivant Jr • Sermon • • 8 views
TEXT: มาระโก 8:15 / As we look at what the Leaven of the Sadducees/Herod was, I want us to ask ourselves 2 main questions Do You practice/accept any of the leaven in your life? Are you practically a Sadducee/Herodian? The sadducees/Herodians had a collection of beliefs and practices that made them distinct…
Phil Devaney • Sermon • • 7 views
This past week, as I was working at weeding our garden, something happened that reminded me of our text for this morning (which, by the way, is ). I was trying to weed the section of our garden where we are growing peas, beans, corn, and tomatoes. This portion of the garden we have fenced in since the…
Paul E. Norwood • Sermon • • 7 views
“Developing our Image” Text: Romans 8:29-30 I. Welcome II. Introduction Probably an hour ago most of you ladies were doing something very similar to this and hopefully the men were also paying attention to their grooming. Why? Because we want to look good or presentable when we go out in public – well,…
Greg Stuckey • Sermon • • 5 views
Put Away Sin! Ex 13:7 1 Cor. 5:7-8 The Christian life is a feast. It is not a famine or a fast or a funeral. The Christian life is a feast, and Leviticus 23 outlines for us the seven feasts of Jehovah that picture what God does for His people. These feasts present to us what Jesus Christ has done for…
Lessons On Ministry (from Corinthian Epistles)
Intro Text - 6 Your glorying is not good. Do you not know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump? 7 Therefore purge out the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, since you truly are unleavened. For indeed Christ, our Passover, was sacrificed for us. 8 Therefore let us keep the feast, not with…
Receive the words of life together in the field of the world, respond by giving all that you are and have, that, we may be found righteous and lovingly served by Christ now and at the heavenly banquet.