Jeff Stephens • Sermon • • 50 views
Jesus gives a warning to those who reject the sufficiency of Scripture. And by rejecting the message of Revelation they reveal they are not believers and thus have no part in heavenly blessings.
Introduction Good morning and welcome to Dishman Baptist Church. We’re so thankful and blessed that you would join us this morning. My wife and I are big fans of FixerUpper - well really she’s more of a fan, I’m just a tolerant watcher - but one of the greatest parts of the show and the most suspense…
John McDaniel • Sermon • • 17 views
The Redeemer in Salvation Which he shed on us abundantly through Jesus Christ our Saviour; There is no question who the Saviour is, the Bible makes it clear! Joseph Smith cannot save you Mohamed can’t save The Pope can’t save Mother Earth doesn’t save Buddha can’t save Neither is there salvation in any…
Jon Winkelman • Sermon • • 17 views • 40:39
Introduction I want to begin this morning with a story I have told a couple times before, but it is so powerful I want to share it again. “A certain medieval monk announced he would be preaching next Sunday evening on ‘The Love of God.’ As the shadows fell and the light ceased to come in through the…
Jason W. Miller • Sermon • • 13 views
Tuesday, February 07, 2006 Mr. Thomas Overmiller Index: Fundamental_Principles_of_Theology Christology The_Incarnation_of_Christ The_kenosis_of_Christ Could_Christ_have_sinned? Soteriology Calvinism_Vs_Arminianism Terms_and_definitions Spiritual_Gifts Ecclesiology Baptism Eschatology Theology What is…
Christ Above All
Title: What the Lord has Done for You Text: Colossians 1:12-14 Main Idea: When we understand the depths of our salvation, we cannot help but to be moved by God’s work to save us. Introduction I often talk to people who believe they are saved. Yet they have little if any concept of the work of Christ…
Israel Perdonsin • Sermon • • 0 views
From God’s perspective, salvation includes the total work of God in bringing people from condemnation to justification, from death to eternal life, from alienation to filiation. From the human perspective, it incorporates all of the blessings that being in Christ brings both in this life and the life to come.