Dr. John Barnett • Sermon • • 16 views
March 26, 2012 By: John Barnett Read, print or listen to this resource on our website www.DiscoverTheBook.org Please open with me to Matthew 24. The disciples ask Jesus a question that interests all of us, I’m so glad they did. Follow along as they ask in Matthew 24:3, and as Jesus answers them in verse…
Clifton Jones • Prairie Grove Baptist Church • Sermon • • 14 views • 43:00
1.)Click on "The Beginning Of Sorrows" above to go to the page with the Study Notes. 2.)Then scroll down past the "Files" to view the Study Notes. 3.) To repeat the song heard at the end of the sermon click on "Music - One More River To Cross - Southern Cross" under "Files".
Pastor F Andrew Dixon • Pastor F. Andrew Dixon • Sermon • • 13 views
A majority of people allow themselves to be bombarded with dreadful news all through the day, unaware of its adverse influence on them. All of us may have been familiar with score boards for games, but sadly today we have a score board on the number of people who are affected by the virus, and the number of deaths that happen daily. Like Rahab if we place our trust in the Lord, He is most certainly able to keep us safe and secure in the midst of all the calamities that surround us.
Today we read of the children of Israel, who came to Moses complaining that they had no bread. For forty years they wandered in the wilderness, grumbling every step of the way about what they would eat and drink. And yet during all that time not one of them starved or died of thirst. God himself fed…
Pastor F Andrew Dixon • Pastor F. Andrew Dixon • Sermon • • 7 views
Have you observed in families, whenever there is a problem or conflict, each one wants to blame the other. This blame game has now become global, in that countries have started to blame each other for the outbreak of this pandemic. Just like Adam, there are many who are attributing the cause for this calamity to God.
The second coming of Christ is proceeded by increasing calamities (wars, distress, disaster) so Jesus teaches His people not to be caught off guard by His coming but to prepare for it and not to be afraid of these events.
Henry Gonzalez • Sermon • • 4 views
We are all quarantined Well, happy Palm Sunday. I know it’s a weird way to be meeting, but due to the marvels of modern technology we can meet. So glad you’re all there and so good to see all your smiling faces. It’s important I guess we talk about the elephant in the room and that is this virus that…
Marc Adkins • Sermon • • 3 views
There is so much that is going on today. We have things that are going on in our personal lives, things going on in our community, things going on in our city, things going on in our country, things going on in the world. In a sense these things can be broken down into 2 categories: Micro- the view of…
Laron Evans • Sermon • • 2 views
Our city, state, country, and world are facing uncharted waters with the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. I want to personally encourage everyone to adhere to the direction of local and federal authorities to help mitigate the spread of this virus. We know the country has been ordered to refrain from…