Toby L. Soechting • Sermon • • 1,002 views
WHAT HAVE THEY SEEN IN YOUR HOUSE? 2 Kings 20:1-19; Isa. 39:1-8 INTRODUCTION: 1. Read text. 2. Regarding text: (1) Hezekiah, is king on the throne of Judah. (2) Israel has fallen to Assyrian captivity (722 BC). (3) Isaiah is prophesying to the nation of Judah (Read Isa. 39:1-8). (4) Babylon is on the…
Revelation: Church! Hear This...
Pull yourself together If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself Just believe in yourself! Remember to look out for number one God helps those who help themselves! ( Most quoted passage of scripture that IS NOT in the bible!) Truth is He helps those who cannot help themselves and as…
[Acts] The Church Empowered
Public Reading of Scripture [ Acts 9:1-19 ] 1 But Saul, still breathing threats and murder against the disciples of the Lord, went to the high priest 2 and asked him for letters to the synagogues at Damascus, so that if he found any belonging to the Way, men or women, he might bring them bound to Jerusalem.…
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
Jericho… as Jesus is on His way to Jerusalem He goes through Jericho. WHY ? In Verse 35 we see He is approaching Jericho (a particular path) and interacts with a blind man In Verse 1 we see He is passing through Jericho (this is not His destination)… Jerusalem is! The people following Him know this and…
Affliction often leaves us feeling like we are alone and hopeless in our trial. We can feel like no one see’s, hears, or knows our struggle. Yet the sight, hearing, and all-knowing of God is a powerful truth that we are never alone. Israel likely felt hopelessly alone in their oppression. Yet their suffering and cries for help were observed, heard, and known by God. And his character of mercy, love, and justice demands that God will deliver us from our trials.
Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 87 views • 34:28
Many passages point us to the importance of the heart. Solomon does the same in this passage. The heart is a major battlefield in salvation and Christian living. Certainly, the first truth the Christian needs to understand is their need for the Gospel. But after the Gospel, this passage becomes another major truth we need to live for Christ. May we in the New Year consider and guard our hearts.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 61 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Joanna Baillie, and English dramatic poet of the last century, told the touching tale of a maiden whose lover had gone off to the Holy Land. The report had come back that he had been slain. She refused to believe he would not return to her, and so every night she kindled a fire…
Marks of Vitality
Intro Good morning. Each week, we affirm that God has called us together as one body to worship, to fellowship, and to proclaim the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. We do this through the way we extend Loving Welcome to all who enter, in the handshakes and hugs, the friendly faces and conversations about…
This Sunday is called Quinquagesima, meaning fifty days until Easter. Our theme is Sola Fide, by faith alone. The Scriptures often present the contrast between sight and faith. We tend to believe what we see, but the Gospel invites us to believe what we hear. In other words, Christians learn to see with…
As the first day of our European Championships cycling events draws to a close, Alastair speaks about Zacchaeus and Bartimaeus and how Jesus saw them through the crowds and helped both of them to really see.
Topical: Palm Sunday
In this message for Palm Sunday, we discuss the turning point in John's gospel where Jesus declares that the culminating purpose for which he came would soon take place and that it would manifest the glory of God. Secondly, we consider what it means to truly see (know) Jesus.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 19 views
JOEL CH.1. Intro: - Joel ch.1 - minor prophet, after major - not less important, but shorter. Easier to cover whole book and contain message for the time near the end. - What if your whole income for a year was taken from you - how would you respond? This is the situation in Joel. - Economy based on…
What happens when your imagination partners with Holy Spirit? 11 The word of the Lord came to me saying, “What do you see, Jeremiah?” And I said, “I see a rod of an almond tree.” Imagination and Holy Spirit. Do you think God has an imagination? Victor Frankl. Was a jew who was captured in world war 2.…
RICK ISBELL • Sermon • • 18 views
Come and See JOHN, the Book, the Man – Part 2 January 21, 2007 Dr. Rick Isbell READ – John 1:19-42a 1:19 The ministry of John the Baptist was so influential that the authorities in Jerusalem decided to send some religious leaders to investigate him. - to ask about his baptism and what he claimed for…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 13 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease If Simon the Zealot was a right-winger and Matthew the Publican a left- winger, Philip was a cautious middle of the roader. He had both liberal and conservative leanings. His background was one of mixed influence. His name, for example, tell us something of his home life. Philip…
Pastor Luke preached from Acts 26:9-23 with the main idea: "Jesus gives us new sight and calls us to open other’s eyes." He said that just like Paul: We tend to do what is best in our own eyes, (v 9-11) Jesus opens our eyes to a new perspective, (v 12-18) and our new mission is to open the eyes of others. (v 19-23)
The Resurrection Life
The Walk to Emmaus (Mk 16:12–13) 13 Now on that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem, 14 and talking with each other about all these things that had happened. 15 While they were talking and discussing, Jesus himself came near and went with them,…
Jeremiah 1:11 What do you see?
Hope Central Melbourne 23 February 2020 10.00 am Sunday Service message on what do you see in Jesus by Ps Stephen Holt