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A young couple were on their way to get married when they had a tragic accident. The next thing they knew, they were standing arm-in-arm at the pearly gates. They told St. Peter what had happened and then said, "We really want to spend eternity as man and wife. Is there anyone here who can marry us before…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 1,656 views
The Ten Lepers. This evening I want to read a story from Luke 17 (page ). It is not just a story though; it is an actual event in the life of Jesus. It happened fairly near the end of His life here on earth, He was on His way to Jerusalem where He would be put to death. [Luke 17:11-19 As Jesus made His…
The Gospel of Luke
This week we see Jesus welcoming the love poured out by a notorious wrongdoer - explaining that she loves like this because she understands how greatly she has been forgiven. Have we grasped the totality of our forgiveness? How do we respond?
John Leffler • Sermon • • 160 views
June 16, 2009  Trumpet Horn call by Joel (Music led by Joel) Reading of the 10 Commandments (Reader : Ken Davis) Baptism of William Royce Reading of the Beatitudes (Reader Monty Gorley) Call to order of the Solemn Assembly using the Shofar A time of Reflection of God’s grace and goodness (Audience…
Jonah 4 concludes one of the shortest books of the Bible. In the course of 4 chapters, we are challenged with God's incredible power and rule; hurling a storm onto the sea, appointing a fish, a plant, and a worm to teach a rebellious prophet. Yet, we also see God patient, merciful, and compassionate upon undeserving prophet and an underserving violent and wicked city. We are struck with amazement that God would so slow to anger and so quick to extend mercy. The prophet Jonah teaches us how bitterness and anger can cause us to flee the presence of God and hate the works of God. May we instead, have enough faith to trust God to apply mercy in Holy and just ways. The book of Jonah provides an important lesson for how God's people should resist anger and instead extend Christ-like compassion.
Break Away Sermon: Repentance
Central Park Christian Church (Derek Slack) • rccinhisgrip (Rossville Christian Church) • Sermon • • 76 views • 38:37
Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast love; according to your abundant mercy blot out my transgressions. Wash me thoroughly from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin! For I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me. Against you, you only, have I sinned and done what is evil…
Intro: You may wonder why I am here to share with you about Jesus on Good Friday. Let me tell you, I know more about Jesus than you think! I may have lived 2000 years before Jesus lived on earth, but I know lot about Jesus. Not every conversation I had with God is fully recorded in your bibles. Just…
Brandon J. Ray • Sermon • • 60 views
Discrimination or judging a book by it's cover actually violates God's royal law - the law of love - therefore, if you discriminate than you are a lawbreaker. And you are not just guilty of violating a single law, but of breaking the enitre law because the individual laws reflect the will of the singular Lawgiver. So validate your religion by your words and actions for judgment is coming and show mercy for if you refuse your judgment will be merciless!
Latin Mass 2018
Rev. Brendan McGrath • Sermon • • 31 views
PRESENTATION: Forgiveness is Essential for the Christian So often, when Our Lord speaks in parables, he’s attempting to hide his meaning from his audience. When speaking a difficult truth, it’s often easier to let people come to it slowly on their own rather than push it down their throats. This time…
Josh Kelley • Sermon • • 27 views
The Gospel of John XV: God’s Mercy & Justice John 7:53-8:11 September 14, 2008 Prep: · Read leftovers (really) · Phil. 12 (Legalism), unChristian · Textual Criticism in NAC · Memorize 8:9-11 Opening: Announcements and mom & dad prayer · Mom and dad A textual Question Enjoyed a break to talk about the…
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.
At this time of the year, the whole world is caught up with anticipation, waiting for the advent of the all-knowing and omni-present giver of gifts. He knows all about you, though you’ve never seen him. He knows whether you’ve been bad or good. He knows your thoughts, what you want and desire. And he…
Aaron Sturgill • Sermon • • 13 views
Introduction Introduction Introduction Background to the Passage. This event occurred shortly after chapter 5 and probably near the time of chapter 6 and the lion’s den. Daniel was around 80 years old and was reading from the book of Jeremiah. This whole land shall become a ruin and a waste, and these…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 12 views
After summarizing Israel’s sin and God’s grace in v. 16-17; he recounts the story of God’s patience and mercy. He describes three examples in Israel’s history that demonstrates how in mercy God did not forsake Israel. It is meant to be a praise to God and a reminder to the people.
Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 12 views • 24:02
God's people are called to be united, however, it is important that we are united in doing God's will. Unity is good as long as we are united in serving God. We need to be very careful who we are united with, what we are united in doing. This sermon looks at the people at the tower of Babel and how they were united in their error, rejecting God's command to fill the Earth.