Philip G Layton • Sermon • • 906 views
Psalm 119 (Introduction) - The Grand Canyon of Scripture’s Greatness and Sufficiency Preached by Pastor Phil Layton at Gold Country Baptist Church on September 14, 2008 www.goldcountrybaptist.org I am eager and excited about our next verse-by-verse study that has been brewing for a while and is building…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 511 views
April 19, 2015 Intro – A man and wife were in the grocery store discussing some expensive tomatoes when a 6.6 earthquake hit. Cans and bottles crashed to the floor and things were shaking for a few seconds. When the rolling stopped, they finished shopping and returned home. But while unpacking things,…
1 & 2 Timothy/Titus
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.
Mike Durso • Sermon • • 202 views
Psalm 119:17-21 Deal bountifully with Your servant, That I may live and keep Your word Open my eyes, that I may behold Wonderful things from Your law. I am a stranger in the earth; Do not hide Your commandments from me. My soul is crushed with longing After Your ordinances at all times. You rebuke the…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 173 views
Tabernacle 3. Introduction: what is the book of exodus about? Can you tell me what happens in it? The story of the Exodus – birth of Moses and his call (4 chapters – out of 40), the plagues, dealings with pharaoh, Passover (another 9 chapters), then on the journey, crossing the Red Sea and in the wilderness…
Philip G Layton • Sermon • • 154 views
Treasuring Scripture in Your Heart to Keep Your Way Pure from Sin -- Psalm 119:9-16 Preached by Pastor Phil Layton at Gold Country Baptist Church on September 28, 2008 www.goldcountrybaptist.org The psalms were written to be sung by the ancient Hebrews, and singing Scripture set to music is a great way…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 120 views
Psalm 1 along with Psalm 2 acts like an introduction to the Book of Psalms. It is focused on the Fortune of the righteous as compared with the Poverty of the wicked. This Psalm is an anyonomous stanza poem declaring the propserity of those who study Scripture and how ultimately God will correctly judge the righteous and the wicked.
What Should We Expect?
Toby DeHay • Sermon • • 111 views
It is expected that believers spend a portion of their day in God's Word. This helps to provide spiritual development, it transforms the Christian's mind, dispels ignorance, and gives us a mighty weapon as we engage in spiritual warfare.
Lynn Marshall • Sermon • • 97 views
Introduction A certain church found itself suddenly without a pastor, and a search committee was formed. In due course it received a letter from a man applying for the vacant position. The committee chairman read: “I am considered to be a good preacher, and I have been a leader in most of the places…
Kenneth Dalessandro • Sermon • • 87 views
A Prophet Like You! We are shifting gears today to begin to unpack Jesus’ discourse of His return Now as He sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, “Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” Over the past…
David Krueger • Sermon • • 69 views
Almost 500 years ago, a pugnacious Augustinian Monk named Martin Luther nailed 95 statements to the door of the Castle Church at Wittenberg, Germany. He was protesting against the sale of indulgences by the Papacy. He was appalled by the idea that the Church was selling absolution from sin and judgment.…
Robert Cote • Sermon • • 53 views
Living the Word of God Psalm 19:7-10 As a Christian there is nothing more essential or important to our spiritual life than the Word of God! The countless verses expressing the benefits of God’s word are too numerous to mention in this one sermon. Our text begins with a demonstrable statement about the…
Bibliology Sunday School
Mark L. Ward, Jr. • Cornerstone Anacortes • Sermon • • 52 views
"Inspiration" is the word the Bible uses to describe the relationship between God's words and human words in Scripture. J.I. Packer posits "three distinct authorities in the Christian religion to which final appeal might be made," the 1) evangelical, 2) traditionalist, and 3) subjectivist. (quote from amzn.to/2jvjM5e)
Ephesians 2:11-22 thank you for your prayers for my family and especially my son Matt. I saw God truly work in His way, protecting my son. review last week we saw how Paul reminded the Gentiles what Label they had, just in the first 3 verses.... Paul was telling them to remember… because these were Gentile…
Real Bible Hope
Taking Hold of THE Hope Set Before Us. 13 For when God made the promise to Abraham, since He could swear by no one greater, He swore by Himself, 14 saying, “I will surely bless you and I will surely multiply you .” 15 And so, having patiently waited, he obtained the promise. 16 For men swear by one greater…