Gospel of John (2020)
Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 2,998 views
Tommy Meador • Sermon • • 939 views • 40:01
Jesus calls the church at Sardis dead.
A Summer in the Psalms
Pastor Jed Johnston • Sermon • • 678 views • 55:06
Over the years I have had the pleasure of getting to know singer and songwriter Danny Oertli. One of the things I have noticed about many of the songs he writes is that they stem from life events he has gone through. When you understand the events and details of his life you have a new appreciation for…
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 526 views
1) 12-7-08…AM…SBC 2) “A Divine Lawsuit” Micah 6:6-8 Introduction: Finish this statement · Don’t run in the halls/church · No shirt, no shoes no service · Brush your teeth and go to bed · Eat all of you vegetables Ø we are all familiar with requirements – school, workplace, public Ø Background: 1- the…
Bruce Guyton • Sermon • • 521 views
17. And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father’s have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger! 18. I will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee, 19. And am no more worthy to be called thy son:…
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 483 views
John the Baptist prepares the way of the LORD
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 414 views
Repent or perish
Eternity Workshops 2019
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Brookfield Church of Christ • Sermon • • 351 views • 1:06:13
Repentance approved by God requires that we be humble in comparing our lives to the standard of scripture then change in order to live in His Grace.
How We Grow Summer 2020
Rev. Christian B Creyer • Sermon • • 341 views • 15:38
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. In this time, O God, grant that we might have ears open to your still speaking voice, hearts softened and weathered enough to welcome your Spirit into our presence,…
Paul Tinker • Sermon • • 326 views
I speak to you in the name of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit - Amen What do you base your understanding of faith on? Is it a feeling? Is it something that you could articulate, something that you could communicate to others? I suspect, if you were to explain your faith, you would…
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Introduction A. Growing Movement The events of Acts 3 occurred about 2 months after the crucifixion of Jesus. The group of disciples was growing. v. 47. The reputation of the church as growing as well. v. 43. B. Unconverted There were still many who had not accepted Jesus' Lordship. Luke commented on…
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 288 views • 47:36
Right now I want you to think of a person or a group of people that you just cannot stand... The thought of them causes you to look down on them with disgust Without trying you could list their faults, sins, and easily criticize them NOW… picture them and then envision just how much God passionately…
Kendal Rasnake • West Point Road Church of Christ • Sermon • • 234 views • 28:37
Can we be saved by comparing ourselves to other people? Does it make any sense to justify my life based on how it compares to how other people live their lives?
Anthony U • Sermon • • 222 views
2 Kings 17:6-41 “Mixed, and Mixed Up” I’d like to start off with a question. In one sentence, how would you describe our God to other people? Fill in the blank Q1. I was curious to know what Americans feared most, so I looked up a top ten list of fears of Americans: 1)Fear of spiders, 2)social phobia…
Then Sings My Soul
David Thomas • FHCC • Sermon • • 213 views • 35:40
Humble honesty is the best way to experience God's blessing after failure.
Matthew J. Sine • Charity Baptist Church • Sermon • • 192 views • 33:05
1 Manasseh was twelve years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem fifty-five years. 2 He did what was evil in the Lord ’s sight, following the detestable practices of the pagan nations that the Lord had driven from the land ahead of the Israelites. 3 He rebuilt the pagan shrines his father,…
Chris Hackney • Calvary Baptist Church • Sermon • • 185 views • 32:27
Path of a Warrior How many times have I became angry over some trivial matter and put a warriors suit on to go into battle against someone who needs to be forgiven? The act of confrontation is difficult for most. For me, it has been something which takes much time and much grace. I know that without…
What Must I Do To Be Saved?
Sean Cavender • Sermon • • 181 views
In this lesson we will consider the eternal importance of repentance and turning away from a life of sin.
Discovering the Church
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Brookfield Church of Christ • Sermon • • 168 views • 36:30
Do not assume or play with your salvation but move with fear in repentance toward the salvation of the Lord.
Matthew McMillan • Westminster Baptist Church • Sermon • • 161 views
Ezekiel 18: Repent and Live Today, we are going to discuss the story of three men. A grandfather, his son, and his grandson. I want to ask you a question first, “are the sons guilty for the sins of their father?” And, in another since, “are the sons forgiven based on the righteousness of their father?”…
Psalms for Lent
Andrew Ames Fuller • Sermon • • 133 views • 11:20
Series Overview: From early centuries, though the duration of Lent varied, the season has been a time of repentance and confession, beginning with the Ash Wednesday reminder that “from dust we came, and to dust we shall return” to the Maundy Thursday “commandment” of our Lord Jesus Christ that we receive forgiveness and love in his name. For this Lenten midweek series, we will focus on the nature of repentance and confession though several “Penitential Psalms,” ones particularly expressive of sorrow for sin. We will also be reminded of repentance—and our joy and rest in the Lord—through familiar stories in the gospels. Sermon Refrain: Blessed are those whose sins are forgiven. When I kept silent, my bones wasted away. You surround me with glad cries of deliverance!
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 130 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease For decades the American people have been lulled into complacency by hearing the Gallop Pole say that over 90% of Americans believe in God. This led to a false security that we were a godly nation. But now Gallop decided to get more specific, and he discovered that only 10% of Americans…
Thomas Dole • Christian Life Center Church - UPC • Sermon • • 127 views • 28:14
Spend an eternity in heaven. Every day is Thanksgiving. Thank Jesus Christ our Lord for everything. Do not be silent. One must express our thanks. God commands us to express our thankfulness. To not thank is a sin. If we are baptized and repent of our sins, our sins will be remembered no more. David thought he was going to die out of favor with God, but God healed him. David was filled with joy. Be thankful in everything. Must be thankful in the bad times as well as the good.
Greg Woolf • Cliff Terrace Church • Sermon • • 114 views • 49:24
I like to preach in series. I feel like we can stay on a particular topic for several weeks. Last week we just finished a series on Prayer. Next week we will begin a series on Following Jesus. But, I also like to have a single sermon placed in amongst series so that I can give you a lesson that is not…
Pastor John Radzikowski • First Community Church • Sermon • • 114 views • 1:31:16
Introduction Good morning and welcome to FCC where we worship the Lord in Spirit and in Truth, one verse at a time. We are so glad that each one of you are here and we hope you came with expectation to become more like Jesus. Praise God for that message of music and for Judy posting her Bible study every…