Stephen Jones • Sermon • • 1,009 views
Introduction · Rd. John 15:1-11 · Habits are hard to break. In our bedroom dresser, we used to put my socks were in the top drawer and shirts in the second drawer. We switched it so that shirts are in the top drawer and socks are in the second drawer. To this day, I still reach into the top drawer to…
Toby L. Soechting • Sermon • • 799 views
Doing right, but not with a /loyal heart/ INTRODUCTION: 1. Read Text: (2 Chron. 25:1-16). 2. Regarding Text: (1) Amaziah, at age of 25 ascended to the throne of his father, king of Judah. (2) Began by killing those who killed his father. (3) Ended by disregarding the prophet of God, and incurring…
Is baptism for physical cleansing? Is baptism a work that earns our way into Heaven? Is baptism in order to get salvation or is it because of salvation? Why was Jesus baptized?
Malcolm Macleod • Sermon • • 95 views
JOHN 14:22-31 THE REVELATION 1. The New Dawning The groundwork is being laid for the “oneness” between Jesus and his disciples that mirrors the oneness between Jesus and his heavenly Father. a. The Resurrection The reference point in their development: “at that day you shall know that…” [14:20]. § ἐν…
Adam Martin • CrossWay of Pembroke • Sermon • • 18 views • 38:42
All must be justified by faith in Christ. Justification is being declared righteous before God. Faith is the means by which we are justified. Faith is the means by which we must live to God. Dying to the law does not mean we die to obedience. Faith is the key to true good works.
Nature of Sin
Stephen Smith • Sermon • • 13 views • 36:33
The Story of the Good Samaritan in Luke chapter 10 and what it teaches us about the true nature of Sin. In this message we discuss the reasons why we cannot inherit eternal life and why a new spiritual birth is the only way of salvation.
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Urgent Times 2 Chronicles 7:14 January 4, 2009 Love Worth Finding Ministries sent this devotional thought on January 1st. Listen to it: “Helen Keller had lost her sight at 19 years of age. A reporter asked Miss Keller, "Is there anything worse than being blind?" "Yes," she said, "It is to have sight…
Craig Callister • Sermon • • 3 views
Sermon: Who do you say that I am? Luke 9:18-26 People’s Church August 7, 2005 I heard a radio clip on the new Christian radio station a few weeks ago, maybe some of you have heard it also, it goes like this. A police officer conducts a vehicle stop on a female motorist. He approaches the vehicle and…