George Toews • Sermon • • 10,280 views
Mark 6:1-29 Introduction An oxymoron is a combination of contradictory words. One oxymoron that is far too common and always annoys me is “wicked awesome.” There are many others such as, a fine mess, accidentally on purpose, awfully pretty, dead livestock, jumbo shrimp and authentic reproduction. Another…
Benjamin Janssen • Sermon • • 10,039 views
13:1 And as he came out of the temple, one of his disciples said to him, “Look, Teacher, what wonderful stones and what wonderful buildings!” 2 And Jesus said to him, “Do you see these great buildings? There will not be left here one stone upon another that will not be thrown down.” 3 And as he sat on…
Evan Scamman • Pastor Scamman • Sermon • • 6,973 views • 10:49
You are the salt of the earth ( Mt 5:14a ). You are the light of the world ( Mt 5:13a ). This is how Jesus describes Christians. It’s how he describes you, a follower of Christ. But what does it mean that you are salt? Many people try to explain this passage by examining the natural properties of salt.…
Sermon • • 4,955 views
I. The Life of Joseph Part 3: The Persecution of Joseph Introduction: we all go through different trial and seasons in our lives whether it be financially, physically (being sick), etc. but there is a promise that God gives us that I would like to share with you as study the life of Joseph. Paul, writing…
Elizabeth M. Hudik • Sermon • • 4,568 views
There are times in our lives when it all just doesn’t seem fair. We’re praying, we’re studying the Word, we’re coming to church and revival, we’re tithing, and we’re thrown smack in the middle of a trial, a big trial, with persecution. How we deal with that persecution is important. This morning we’ll…
Bill Wenstrom • Wenstrom Bible Ministries • Sermon • • 3,564 views • 1:08:27
First Thessalonians: Introduction-The Major Themes of First Thessalonians
1 & 2 Timothy/Titus
Keith Larson • Sermon • • 2,394 views • 37:36
The whole period between Christ's first and second coming is identified in Scripture as the "Last Days". In chapter 3 of 2 Timothy, Paul gives use three commands that serve as a survival guide for the Last Days.
The Book of Acts
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 1,995 views
Five lessons in this Scripture: 1. The courage (vs. 25-32). 2. The conflict (vs. 26-28; 33). 3. The compromise (vs. 34-40). 4. The comfort (vs. 40-41). 5. The commitment (vs. 42).
Jerry Fenter • Sermon • • 1,442 views
Series: The Church Restored Sermon: Pergamum: In Satan’s Trap Scripture: Revelation 2:12-17 I want to begin this morning by reading a passage from Ephesians 6. “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God so that you can take your stand against the devil's schemes.”…
Ecclesiastes 3:16 - 4:3
Prayer 16 Moreover, I saw under the sun that in the place of justice, even there was wickedness, and in the place of righteousness, even there was wickedness. 17 I said in my heart, God will judge the righteous and the wicked, for there is a time for every matter and for every work. 18 I said in my heart…
Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 1,210 views
TEXT: ACTS 5:27-42 TOPIC: Exposition of Acts 5:27-42 Pastor Bobby Earls, First Baptist Church, Center Point July 9, 2008 Acts 5:28 - The Sanhedrin had apparently forgotten the brash statement its supporters had made before Pilate that the responsibility for Jesus’ death should be on them and their children…
God's gift of peace can give us calm, contentment, joy and peace all wrapped up in one, anytime, anywhere, during the sweet moments with a friend or even in the chaotic moment when life is falling apart all around us. What does this peace look like? Is this peace only for a moment, or can we experience His peace all day long?
Las marcas de un discípulo fiel
Introduction Estas fueron las características que identificamos: Las marcas de un discípulo fiel Sufrir por Cristo - Mateo 10: 24-25 Proclame la verdad - Mateo 10: 26-27 Solo teme a Dios - Mateo 10:28 Confía en Dios - Mateo 10: 29-31 Practica lo que predicas - Mateo 10: 32-33 Se niegan a sí mismos -…
Christopher Loy • Sermon • • 1,011 views
Sunday October 12, 2014 "Pray For Those Who Persecute You" by Christopher Loy Foundational Elements Sermon Title: "Pray For Those Who Persecute You" Text: Matthew 5:43-48 Subject: Persecution and Worldview ETS: Jesus tells His followers that the worldly paradigm of hating your enemies is wrong. You must…
What is sexual sin? How makes one particular act of sex different from another? How ar 2 people different from other 2 people? Sex is not evil - let us just remove that taboo. Sex is God given for our enjoymnet, and the drive to have sex isalso God given. God first command to Adam and Eve was go forth…
Kenneth Dalessandro • Sermon • • 766 views • 35:57
Wars And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. All these are…
The Marks of a Faithful Disciple
Introduction We’ve been working through a series of sermons based on , the Missionary Discourse. These were the characteristics that we identified: The Marks of a Faithful Disciple Suffer for Christ - Proclaim the Truth - Fear Only God - Trust in God - Walk the Talk - Deny Themselves - Carry the Cross…
Paul draws a dramatic difference between the lost and the saved. The lost reflect a fallen condition with is slavery and destruction. However, the believer in Christ has a distinctive advantage and difference. The Indwelling Holy Spirit gives us new pursuits and a new life. It reflects what it means to be free from the law of sin and death.
Review we’re coming to the end of Luke’s account of work of the HS in the Jewish world though the HS continued to work among the Jewish people he shifts Luke’s focus to the work of Paul and his team in the Gentile world The Holy Spirit’s purpose is to show the progressive fulfillment of Acts 1:8 8 But…
Romans 12 - Foundations of the Christian Life
Continuing Paul's explanation of how our lives as Christians are transformed, we come to how we relate to those around us, both in and outside the church, who are difficult, who hound us. Like everything else, this part of our life is totally transformed by the grace of God, and we find ourselves unable (at least as far as we live in the Spirit) to repay evil with evil.