GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 8,728 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Dr. A. J. Cronin was raised in the strict tradition that if one did wrong they were to be punished. Justice demanded it. In 1921 he took the post of medical officer in an isolated district in Northumberland, England. He was young and inexperienced, but though trembling, he one night…
Fred T Daniel Jr • Sermon • • 537 views
YOUR ATTITUDE - Psalm 1:1 A. Make – it is up to you B. Joyful noise 1. Unto the Lord 2. Duty of all lands II. YOUR ACTIONS - Psalm 1:2 A. Serve him - with gladness B. Come to him - with singing in his presence C. Happy religion is appealing religion III. YOUR ASSENT - Psalm 1:3 A. Know that He is God…
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
Evangelism 101 WHY??? And He gave some as apostles, and some as prophets, and some as evangelists, and some as pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of service, to the building up of the body of Christ; It is the responsibility of your pastors/elders to equip you for the…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 72 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease In 1867 a bearded Norwegian named Lars Skrefsrud, and a Danish colleague found two and a half million people called the Santals living in a region north of Calcutta, India. He quickly learned their language and began to proclaim the Gospel. To his utter amazement the Santals were…
Steve Trujillo • Father's House City Ministries • Sermon • • 37 views • 42:34
In message 4 of the Ephesians series Steve Trujillo connects God's big picture in Ephesians to man's original mandate in Genesis 1:28 and then teaks us into chapter 2 verses 1-6 that lays out Satan's big plan for mankind and how God turns that plan upside down.
Our text this morning may be one of the most difficult encounters with Jesus in the Gospels. Nothing about the way Jesus treats with the Canaanite woman seems to match our understanding of whom Jesus is. We know that Jesus is full of compassion, love, and mercy. We know that he answers the cries of all…
Who am I?
The human dilemma: good or bad? The question is by nature are we as humans basically good or basically bad? At least, this is how we tend to view things. We walk contrary to God, by desire and default. This is the first couple verses of chapter 2. This sums up to some extent what Paul means by sinful…
Is work by man required for salation? If so, do the works of man earn him salvation? Is God also involved in our salvation? If works are required by man, what works are required?
How is it possible for someone to have hope, and not just hope- living hope, as they are struggling through various trials? Maybe you as you were watching the video this morning, you were thinking- how is it possible for these people to have hope? Look at what is happening to the world around us- if…
Anthony Miller Sr • Hope Community Church • Sermon • • 18 views • 51:30
There is Hope in Jesus in the midst of an pandemic. The word of God gives us clear messaging on the impact of suffering, the absense of hope, and hope restored in the life of a believer. Its not Over because God of Hope is real.
Theme: Jonah prays to God from inside the fish. His prayer gives us a guide for how to practice every day confession, how to repent and how to talk to God in the dark. God hears us no matter how deep we go into the dark seas. Jonah points us to Jesus, the greater Jonah; he shows us that God’s mercy is always deeper so that we never have to go there. We have a new life because Jesus gave his own life for us.
Theme: Jonah reveals his identity. Every sin that we nurture in our lives will accumulate into a life storm as an act of mercy, to correct us and bring Him back in the center of our hearts. God uses the storms in our lives to show us compassion from Him, to point us to the biggest storm that ever took place, so that we don’t have to go through it.
Parables: The King & His Hidden Treasure
Theme: The parable of the good Samaritan. To inherit eternal life we have to consistently practice unqualified love for God and our neighbors around us. We have to humble ourselves to see the love that God has offered to us in the Samaritan who loved us first when we didn’t know him. And once we received the love that Jesus has offered, we become the hands, the feet and the healing of the Lord Jesus Christ offering his love and surprising many along the way.
Theme: Jonah tries to run away from the Lord. Jonah runs away from the presence of the Lord because the mercy of God is too good for Jonah. God wants to show His mercy but He’s waiting for us also to want to talk back and walk with Him.
Intro What kind of person are you… really? Would you consider yourself to be wise or foolish? what is your reason behind this assertion? Prayer asdf Message 1 Then the Ziphites came to Saul at Gibeah, saying, “Is not David hiding himself on the hill of Hachilah, which is on the east of Jeshimon?” 2 So…
Theme: Jonah – a man who could not love others who were not like him. How and why do you love others who are not like us? No matter what nation anybody comes from, other people are humanity and they are made in the image of God. It is God’s heartbeat that all of humanity will reach repentance. We love others by preaching repentance, which requires giving mercy, carrying for others and serving others.
The Book of First John
Pastor Randy Bradley • Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 11 views • 23:19
We all receive the testimony of men. The testimony of God is far greater. If we receive the testimony of men we should receive the testimony of God. God has testified that Jesus is the Christ the savior of the world and that we have eternal life in Jesus Christ.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 10 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease The concept of the impossible changes from generation to generation. Much of what we do today was once thought to be impossible. Because of this, we are more cautious today in what we include in the category of the impossible. We are no longer quick to say it can't be done. What…
Scripture: Hebrews 4:14-16, Jesus the Great High Priest The practical benefit for us in having Jesus as our Great High Priest in Heaven is that Jesus gets it! Jesus knows our weaknesses. Jesus knows our needs. And Jesus totally gets it. Jesus says to us, come on up to the throne of grace and receive all the mercy and grace that you need. In gratitude for the mercy and grace that is ours, we hold firmly to our faith in Jesus and, like Jesus, we extend mercy and grace to others.
Women Of The Bible
Trent Johnson • Hope Christian Church • Sermon • • 9 views • 20:04
A mob brought before Jesus a woman caught in adultry. Instead of condemnation, Jesus brought grace, love, mercy and forgiveness. And He does the same for us today, when we are caught in our own sins.
Pastor Toney Hill • Bayshore Community Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 45:44
Life is short, death is certain, Eternity is forever, you will have the choice but you must make it before your final breath.