Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 6,591 views
The passage calls for us to obedience and spiritual purity because God is Holy (pure). In our former lives we were controlled in ignorance by the passions of the flesh (sinful desire). However, because of the grace of Christ we should obey God. This should be accomplished by prepairing ourselves to obey, focusing on the Hope of our future grace (glorification), and by conforming ourselves to God's purity.
Rev. Jean Maurice M. PROSPER • Sermon • • 3,223 views
The Christian or the believer’s life is based on faith and the works that are expected to come from faith. The basic of this faith is submission that comes from the various understanding of the word of God.
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Series that will take us to Easter Sunday. FRAN - people will come to church on Easter more than any other time. A lot of people have ideas about Jesus but they are not based on the Bible. They are based on tradition, culture, Christmas stories… movies. 1 Y ou’ll remember, friends, that when I first…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 1,878 views
Malachi 3:7-12 "'From the days of your fathers you have turned aside from My statutes, and have not kept them. Return to Me, and I will return to you,' says the Lord of hosts." "But you say, 'How shall we return?'" It is almost as predictable as leaves falling in the Autumn or the pollen count going…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 1,794 views
The Psalm is primarily focused on the proper and wise acceptance of God's annointed King. This Psalm is the 2nd part of a 2 Psalm introduction to the book. As a Psalm, it is grouped with what have been called the corination Hymns because it is related to the enthronement of the Davidic King (including the Messiah). Likely was written in David's day given the reference to the Davidic Covenant in Ps 2:8-9. This would have been common for accepting any of the Davidic throne. However, it was placed in the Psalter during Post-Exilic time. Given that point and it's Davidic promise it is looking ultimately for the Messiah. This is especially true since there was no Davidic King during the Post-Exilic
Overcoming Joy Robbers
What was your response the last time someone hurt you? Perhaps you felt the urge to retaliate. Maybe you took no action, but instead harbored bitterness in your heart. If so, you failed to realize that you do great damage to yourself when you have an unforgiving spirit. Failure to forgive is a devastating…
1 Timothy 3:4-5 – In the next couple of verses, we see that the way a prospective elder manages their household, and the state of their family life is an aspect that must be observed when judging whether or not they qualify. (See also Titus 1:6) 1 Timothy 3:4a - “He must be one who manages his own household…
A calling is the place where your gifts, abilities, desires, and feelings of worth all meet. —Mike Yaconelli INTRO - I am really enjoying this series. Last week we spoke about the nobleness of Joseph and God’s provision for those in his service. This morning we’re moving into the second book of the Pentateuch…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 439 views
Fresh Sermon by Jim L. Wilson www.freshministry.org Man Overboard! Jonah 1:10-16 Last week, we left our young hero, Jonah on the deck of a ship headed toward Tarshish The ship was in danger of sinking because of a great wind God hurled against the sea. Jonah, a prophet of the Lord, rebelled against God's…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 414 views
The selfless obedience of Jesus Christ to the will of God his Father, through which the redemption of humanity is accomplished. Christ also shows himself willing to submit to earthly authorities and sets an example which believers are called to imitate.
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 364 views
2 Corinthians 9:7 “Each one must do just as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (NASB) Jordan and Lindy Schwieger have written a new entitled “Everything Men Knew About Taking Care of Themselves Before Women Came Along.” All 96 pages are…
We just celebrated Independence Day or July 4th. We live in the greatest nation ever but by no means are we perfect. We have a lot of good and some thing that need to be improved. Good: hospitals, colleges, orphanages, Seminaries... Bad: People wonder about the relationship of patriotism and following…
Doyle Walker • Sermon • • 324 views • 36:54
Paul’s Journey Begins The Church’s Fiercest Persecutor Became Its Leading Messenger Most of us are familiar with Paul primarily because we’ve read and studied his letters . He is the most prominent writer in the New Testament, arguing forcefully for the gospel in Romans, instructing the church in Corinthians,…
Haggai for Hands, Hearts, and Heads
A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.--Colin Powell INTRO - The historical time of Haggai notes the restoration of the Jewish people in Palestine. The restoration period began in 539 B.C. when Cyrus became king by his conquering of Babylon. EST - God…