Abraham H. Clark • Sermon • • 2,686 views
Introduction just take a brief exaimination and allow history to breeze through your thoughts and minds and then you may proclaim today without any hestation that "* The Lord has been good". Last year in there had been some tragedies in someones life. Hardship & pain had overtaken joy and happiness.…
Decent & In Order
Christopher Stephens • Sermon • • 95 views
Intro In The Grace Awakening, Charles Swindoll writes: I vividly remember my last spanking. It was on my thirteenth birthday, as a matter of fact. Having just broken into the sophisticated ranks of the teen world, I thought I was something on a stick. My father wasn’t nearly as impressed as I was with…
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.
Jesus' actions have infuriated the religious leaders. They refuse to see the truth of who He is and submit to His authority. In response to a question designed to trap Him Jesus tells a parable to expose their hearts and warn them of their fate of rejecting Him. A parable which reveals our own hearts as well.
The Razor's Edge of Love
Still-Free • Sermon • • 0 views
What does a Christian man or woman do when someone maliciously comes against them with the intentional motive of causing them harm? Should they react in like measure with equal intent? Should they do nothing and simply allow the moment; and the attack, to go unfettered? What does the Bible have to say about it?