Galatians: SOAR! Faith Without Limits "The Gospel, Grace, Freedom"
Matthew 7:15 Christ Jesus Himself states: 15 “Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. Galatians 1:6-10 6 I am amazed that you are so quickly deserting Him who called you by the grace of Christ, for a different gospel; 7 which is really not…
How would you measure your success—temporally and eternally? Would you measure it by your possession, power, prestige, or performance? Many people are wise enough to know that possession, power, and prestige are not the metrics of success, but many think performance is. If you ask Jesus to give you the answer, what do you think he would say? Let's take a look at this rich young ruler's pursuit of eternal success.
Jesus taught us again through Mark 10:35-45 God’s principle of leadership. Human beings are not created to handle the power and position they are not predestined to handle. It’s dangerous to covet the ranks and roles, and race to climb the corporate ladder because “power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” That is human nature. That’s how we are created. We do well by enjoying where we are and leading from there by serving.
Christopher Campbell • Sermon • • 528 views
Sunday, May 10, 2020. Hebrews 3:1-6 "Jesus: " [Live Stream Edition] When we consider Jesus as a faithful Son over God's house, the Holy Spirit gives us confidence in the hope that we are God's house, secure in Him.
Jonathan McGuire • Sermon • • 284 views
Servants 5 What then is Apollos? And what is Paul? They are servants through whom you believed, and each has the role the Lord has given. 6 I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth. 7 So then neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God who gives the growth.…
Servant: Steadfast in the Pursuit of God
Mitch King • Sermon • • 268 views
Open: It’s good to be with you this morning. I am excited to begin this new series from the Book of Job, and I am glad you are here for this first message. As you turn to the first chapter of the Book of Job (it is in the Old Testament and is located immediately in front of the Book of Psalms) I want…
Year A - 2019-2020
Nathan Zipfel • New Life Church of the Nazarene • Sermon • • 262 views • 25:16
Did any of you as a child say “I want to be a servant to someone when I grow up?” Anyone? Not likely would anyone want to be a servant. When we think of a servant we think of a slave, someone who is owned by someone else and who has no control of their own life. Have any of you watch the show on PBS…
Skycaptain50 • Sermon • • 208 views
The minister advertises for a servant to help around the house. The next morning, a nicely dressed young man comes to the front door. The minister opens the door and wastes no time. Can you start breakfast by 7 o’clock?" I guess so. Can you polish all the silver, wash all the dishes, do all the laundry,…
In Mark 9, Jesus confronts his disciples with the upside-down reality of the Kingdom of Heaven. Leaders are servants, children are important, outsiders are insiders, and we ourselves are our own worst enemies. So much of this is over-familiar to us, but what happens when we really apply it to ouselves? Can it change us? Should it? Does it?
The Deacon Ministry
The Deacon Ministry I find a list from a pastor friend about how you know you are a small rural church pastor. “I got 7 deacons on my mind, 4 that want to own me, 2 that want to stone me, 1 that says he’s a friend of mine.” You have more deacons than you do widows Gladly and thankfully that is not the…
[Joshua] Moving In!
Christopher Campbell • Sermon • • 159 views
Sunday, November 22, 2020. Joshua 24:29-33 | "The Servant of the LORD [Communion Service]." Becoming a servant is not something that is earned, but rather it is learned. Joshua began as Moses’ assistant. At his death, he is called “the servant of the Lord.” As the book of Joshua ends, three deaths are proclaimed. Each anticipates for us the death of Jesus, our Joshua. This sermon is the last in a preaching series through Joshua and helps us learn what it means to “proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes” (1 Cor 11:26) through the celebration of Communion.
Who Do You Think You Are?
Bill Connors • Sermon • • 148 views
Opening Lesson Opener Pull out your iPhone. Talk about how much you use it, how much stuff it has on it, how much it cost, etc. The illustration is an illustration of OWNERSHIP. This has 4 elements as it relates to the iPhone: A) I bought it. B) I can request that it do what I want. C) It doesn’t have…
Every so often in Isaiah there is what is called a “Servant Song” They always speak of aspects of the ministry of Jesus but also about opposition to Him. There was one in 42 and one in 49. Tonight we will see the 3rd one. And in it we will see aspects of His suffering in graphic terms. In a few weeks…
Deacon Ordination Service
Mitch King • Sermon • • 101 views
The Calling of the Deacon is to Service (Joshua 1:1a) Explanation: At this point in the Biblical story, Joshua is taking his place as the new leader of the nation of Israel. Moses, the great leader of the Exodus and the Wilderness wanderings of 40 years, has just died. Because Joshua was replacing a…
Eureka Baptist Church • Sermon • • 87 views • 51:41
“Will any one of you who has a servant plowing or keeping sheep say to him when he has come in from the field, ‘Come at once and recline at table’? Will he not rather say to him, ‘Prepare supper for me, and dress properly, and serve me while I eat and drink, and afterward you will eat and drink’? Does…