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A Doorkeeper In the House of God PPHC – 4/25/07 “I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.” Psalms 84:10 These are individuals who have shown loyalty, integrity; these find delight in their place. Names of are mentioned in the Bible within the same…
Shane Koehler • Sermon • • 1,174 views
1 John 1:1-4 Ø Many people think of Christianity as the Historic Profession of Belief in Jesus Christ · That is to say – it is the historic movement – or religion – that has unified around some common beliefs about Jesus - But rather than speaking of Christianity as the Historic Profession of faith in…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 230 views
Peter challenges believers to respond to evil like Christ responded to evil in his work on the cross. Specifically, we are to return wrongdoing with kindness. (1 Peter 3:9) This kindness God see's and blesses us with eternal and earthly blessings during those struggles. Further, living a Holy life, even when faced with evil, is a witness to those who persecute us.
GBC Christmas 2017
“What are you children playing?” asked the mother. “Church,” chorused the crowd of youngsters. “You know that you shouldn’t whisper in church.” “Yes, but we’re the choir.” Tan, P. L. (1996). Encyclopedia of 7700 Illustrations: Signs of the Times (p. 879). Garland, TX: Bible Communications, Inc. Thank…
Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 79 views
“The Signs of the Times” Mark 13.1-13 From the past couple of weeks, you recall that we are in the midst of the Passion Week in the life of Jesus Christ. We saw how much of Mark’s gospel moves quickly through much of the life and ministry of Christ. The pace moves rather quickly as Mark gives us highlights…
Now is the Time 4 the True Gospel
Now is the Time Have you ever been the last one picked to play on a team? Or were you picked first to play? Not just the appointed few, the appointed (and empowered) many. There were 72. Jesus is Calling a Courageous People Another side to the Shepherd: Sending Lambs Among Wolves What is the Task? Do…
1 Peter: A Living Hope for Holy Living in a Hostile World
Peter describes the core identity of the Church--who we are and what we do. We are God's chosen people by His mercy, and our clear purpose is to proclaim his excellencies.
Matt Hudson • Sermon • • 21 views
Introduction One of my favorite books, you’ll probably guess is a C.S. Lewis book. In the sixth book (not the first) of the Chronicles of Narnia, The Magician’s Nephew , one of my favorite moments in prose happens. Aslan the lion—who represents Christ—sings all of the world into being. It’s a stunning…
God's Big Picture
If Jesus is the fulfilment of the promises of God, why are we still here? To tell his story, and invite people into the joy of their salvation! We are now God's people, with God's Spirit dwelling in us, enjoying this great blessing. Thanks again to Vaughan Roberts and his book God's Big Picture.
Hebrews: Jesus is Better
To run the Christian life well, we need to stay healthy. Hebrews 13 describes how we can keep our faith healthy by following leaders who lived and finished their race demonstrating an unwavering devotion to their unchanging Lord. We need those examples and that same foundational focus because there's no shortage of false teaching out there that would threaten our undivided allegiance to Christ alone.
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 20 views
The Proclamation of the Mystery (Ephesians 3:7-9) We’re in Ephesians 3:1-14 – a study we’ve entitled “The Mystery (the Gospel of Jesus Christ) Revealed”. We’ve looked at the prisoner of the mystery, Paul, in verses 1-4, showing Paul’s divine perspective on his part in transmitting this mystery of the…
Rossville Christian Church (Derek Slack) • rccinhisgrip (Rossville Christian Church) • Sermon • • 16 views • 50:48
1. Familiar _strategy_ When they had passed through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where there was a Jewish synagogue. As his custom was, Paul went into the synagogue, and on three Sabbath days he reasoned with them from the Scriptures, explaining and proving that the Christ had…
Steve Caswell • Sermon • • 12 views
Revelation 10:1-11 Stephen Caswell © 2004 Introduction Two weeks ago we saw the final 3 trumpets which culminated with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. The outline of the Book of Revelation is contained within the framework of the 7 Seals, 7 Trumpets and 7 Bowls. These judgments cover a period of 7…
Joel Fair • Sermon • • 11 views
Paul Speaks to the People 37 As Paul was about to be brought into the barracks, he said to the tribune, “May I say something to you?” And he said, “Do you know Greek? 38 Are you not the Egyptian, then, who recently stirred up a revolt and led the four thousand men of the Assassins out into the wilderness?”…
The Gospel of Luke
Jesus enters Jerusalem like a king and is welcomed like one - but the Pharisees question this. Jesus knows he will be rejected by them - but also that judgement is coming for those who reject him. The question for us is whether we recognise the king, and whether we'll proclaim him to others.
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These Truths We Proclaim (1 Timothy 3:15-16) The church is the "pillar and foundation of the truth." In this world by our proclamation we display the truth as if elevated on a pillar, and we support the truth as if a foundation. There are certain items of timeless truth that the church both displays…
Foundations for Successful Ministry
Dr. George Bannister • Sermon • • 4 views
Acts 28 presents a description of the final leg of Paul's journey to Rome to stand trial before Caesar. The passage presents the principle that the Fulfillment of the mission of Christ is assured of fulfillment.