Jon Winkelman • Sermon • • 2,011 views • unknown
First, we need to understand the miracle that takes place here. We need to understand what the miracle is and why it is performed. Secondly, we need to be reminded of the message we proclaim. What is preached by the disciples on the day of Pentecost is the same message we preach today. As we understand the miracle and are reminded of the message we too will be enabled and empowered to preach.
Counsel from Corinth
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 507 views
Spiritual Gifts can only used right when building up God's church is the underlying motive (vv. 1-5, 12); This is illustrated by considering some practical examples (vv. 6-11). The Importance of Measuring Motives for Spiritualties: Are We Building Up the Church or Tearing it Down?
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
Pastor Jed Johnston • Sermon • • 227 views • 51:44
(Share Personal Testimony) The Moody Bible Commentary a. The Coming of the Spirit (2:1–4) Pentecost means “fiftieth” because the Feast was on the 50th day after the Feast of First Fruits ( Lv 23:16 ). It was originally one of three harvest festivals, but in early (intertestamental) Judaism it was commemorated…
Jon Winkelman • Sermon • • 89 views • 41:42
I have two desires that I hope to accomplish in the message this morning. First, we need to understand the miracle that takes place here. We need to understand what the miracle is and why it is performed. Secondly, we need to be reminded of the message we proclaim. What is preached by the disciples on the day of Pentecost is the same message we preach today. As we understand the miracle and are reminded of the message we too will be enabled and empowered to preach.
Stuart Pattico • Sermon • • 52 views
1 Pursue love, and desire spiritual gifts, but especially that you may prophesy. 2 For he who speaks in a tongue does not speak to men but to God, for no one understands him; however, in the spirit he speaks mysteries. 3 But he who prophesies speaks edification and exhortation and comfort to men. 4 He…
Eric Swanson • Sermon • • 38 views
Scripture If some speak in a tongue, then let two or at most three speak, one at a time, and someone must interpret. However, if there is no interpreter, then they should keep quiet in the meeting. They should speak privately to themselves and to God. God isn’t a God of disorder but of peace. Like in…
Created For Good Works
Luke Kirkendall • Sermon • • 36 views
The world is full of false worship Today’s text is one of the hardest chapters in the Bible. It’s a difficult chapter. There’s certainly plenty of controversy and confusion regarding this chapter. It’s a chapter written by Paul, and it’s hard. In , Peter said of some of Paul’s writings, “And count the…
Resurrection Replaces My Own Reasoning 1 Corinthians 15.12-19 ICC’s PM service (4/16/22) I. Introduction 1. Prayers- God allow us to see ourselves in your word tonight, not just condemning the Corinthians or the people of the world, but may we be able to start with ourselves 2. Catch i. We have a problem…
Be United: Book of First Corinithians
Context Context matters, as we look at this section, it is important that we know what Paul is addressing, why Paul is addressing it, and how does this passage fit into the bigger picture. This chapter, and our passage before us this morning can be a challenge to understand, unless you keep things in…
3,000 people were converted to Chrsitianity in a single day. What did it? Was it the sound of a violent wind? No. Was it the tongues of fire atop the apostles' heads? No. Was it the disciples' sudden ability to speak in tongues? No. It was the Word. It's always been the Word, and still is today.
Dr. Hugo E. Garcia • Sermon • • 14 views
Hasta este punto de la carta, el apóstol ha tratado con dos problemas que estaban sucediendo en cuanto a las reuniones de adoración: la conducta de las mujeres (velo) y la falta de orden en la Cena del Señor. Pero había otro problema que era necesario tratar y era con respecto a los dones espirituales…
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 14 views
One of the desires that Paul had for the Corinthian church is that they not be ignorant about Spiritual gifts. I would imagine that Paul would have that same desire for the church today. There is a great deal instruction given to the church on the matter of tongues. Therefore it would be good for the church to take heed to the scriptures even when it goes against the traditions of religion you have experienced in the past.
Connecting the Dots: Making Sense of the Whole Bible
Jon Denney • Mt. Zion Baptist Church • Sermon • • 9 views • 58:53
Pastor Jon connects the dots on the spiritual gifts received through the Holy Spirit. In this message he addresses the issue of the signs gifts (tongues, healing, etc.) and whether they are still active or not. Handout included as a pdf.
DKB Video Series - Supplemental Thoughts
Phil LaRue • Sermon • • 9 views
Gifts of Utterance Divers Kinds of Tongues to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another discerning of spirits, to another different kinds of tongues, to another the interpretation of tongues. Interpretation of Tongues Prophecy Gifts of Utterance 1. Divers Kinds of Tongues More…
David R. McAllan • Sermon • • 8 views
A baby has a way of making a man out of his father and a boy out of his grandfather. —Angie Papadakis - That is so true & as a grandfather my family knows how well my grandchildren bring the boy out in me - Children are high octane, often demanding creatures - They are learning to fit into the world…
When love is the ruling paradigm among the people of God, then consideration for others rather than self first becomes the mandate. The speaking in an unknown tongue is of no value and has no place in the church community except it be interpreted into the common language. Two signs regarding the purpose of tongues are discussed in this message.
Living the Supernatural Lifestyle
Shawn Lund • Sermon • • 5 views
One of the most untaught an controversial subjects in the modern church is "speaking in tongues" some accuse speakers of it as being unruly, or even demonic. But what does the Bible have to say about it?
Brahm Hattingh • Sermon • • 5 views
Tekens van die Koms van die Gees 1 Toe die dag van die pinksterfees aanbreek, was hulle almal op een plek bymekaar. 2 Skielik was daar ’n geluid uit die hemel soos van ’n geweldige stormwind, en dit het die hele vertrek gevul waar hulle gesit het. 3 Hulle het iets soos vuur gesien wat in tonge verdeel…
After laying out what love looks like, the apostle tackles the issue of tongue-speaking and makes the point that it's purpose, under the motive of love, is not for self but for the church.
God is a God of love and order and both of those virtues are to be evident in the churches. In this passage, under certain conditions, women, tongue-speakers and those who give prophecy are told to be silent. In a day when people are worried about being disobedient to some supposed "spirit-prompting" Paul charts a course based on God's order, not on some purported "movement" of the Spirit.
David R. McAllan • Sermon • • 2 views
- We had a lady who used to come to church, but sadly, she passed away in 2015 - Her name was Maria. She was from Eastern Europe & I think she was Polish - She would join us for prayer before the church service but she struggled with her limited knowledge of English - So often, she would go off in her…
A man, down on his luck, went into a church which catered to the "Spiritually Well-to-do families”. Spotting the man's dirty clothes a deacon, worried about the church’s image, went to the man and asked him if he needed help. The man said, "I was praying and the Lord told me to come to this church."…