HERMAN L. MURRAY • Sermon • • 729 views
Daniel 5:1-12 Introduction The Scripture is full of references to the concepts of God's warnings and judgments as well as God's invitation to all mankind to escape, if they would, these times of reckoning. The greatest scripture in the Bible concerning God's righteous intentions is both an exposition…
Prayer As we make our way through this book of Ecclesiastes, as I said last week... …we’re going to continue to see this phrase: The Vanity of... Again, the purpose of the author of this book (Solomon)... …is to search out the MEANING of LIFE... to see whether different aspects of life - JUSTIFY our…
Verse 1- Isaiah again states that what he is saying is from the Lord whether anyone believes it our not. God’s arm, that is His strength, is revealed. Were it not for God deciding to show Himself, we would know know anything about Him. Therefore it is a serious claim on Isaiah’s part, or anyone else…
Galatians 5:22-23 In one of his meetings, D.L. Moody was explaining to his audience the truth that we cannot bring about spiritual changes in our lives by our own strength. He demonstrated the principal like this: “Tell me,” he said to his audience, “how can I get the air out of the tumbler I have in…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 37 views
The willingness to deny oneself possessions or status, in order to grow in holiness and commitment to God. This practice is commended and illustrated by Jesus Christ himself, and underlies Christian fellowship within the church.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 33 views
Haggai 3. Haggai [P] delivered five prophecies that are recorded in Scripture; they are all carefully dated – fixed to a specific historical time and setting. Last time we looked at the first of them last time: a message of rebuke [P] in [Haggai 1:1-11]. It was given on the first day of the sixth month…
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Pastor Don Carpenter • Sermon • • 32 views
Introduction Several years ago, I had the privilege of preaching in a chapel service for New England Baptist College in Southington. Afterward I was to host a question and answer session attended by young preacher boys. Once the introduction was completed and Dr. Barry Brown turned the podium over to…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 32 views
The classic virtue of temperate conduct, especially the avoidance of extremes. Scripture commends moderation as a way of life for Christians, while stressing the need for total commitment to God.