Pastor Clarence E. Stowers • Sermon • • 7,426 views
A Message of Thanks from the Pastor’s Desk “Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Praise be to the God and Father who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ.” Ephesians 1: 2-3 Great is the Lord and He is worthy to be praised! I would…
John W. Lucas III • Sermon • • 3,840 views
9908 Before you can be successful in any battle you have to do a few things first. First, you have to know your enemy, second, you have to locate the battlefield, and thirdly, you have to define your battle objectives. 1. THE ENEMY -- SELF Many of the battles we face on a daily basis involve Satan's…
Justin Langley • Sermon • • 641 views
The Bible has a lot to say about words. Why do we speak? Why are we humans characterized by communication? The Bible indicates in a variety of ways that we communicate because God communicates. God speaks! Eternally, before creation, God was a communicating God. Within the eternal bliss of the Trinity,…
Dwight Scott • Sermon • • 384 views
No complaining.doc SD 20 September 2, 2007 File: E 8The Joyful Christian Part 5 No Complaining (from sermon outline by Rick Warren) Philippians 2:14-15 We have been talking about the joyful Christian. Learning how to maintain joy in a joyless world! Elton Trueblood said once: “The Christian is joyful,…
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 173 views
LIKE A CHILD, BUT NOT CHILDISH In the gospels, the apostles were always wondering among themselves who would be the greatest in the kingdom of God. They would argue amongst themselves because they wanted the places of honor In and 10 we see two examples we’ll take note of. (NKJV) 33 Then He came to Capernaum.…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 166 views
“I tell you, on the Day of Judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak, for by your words you will be justified and by your words you will be condemned.”  Columnist Michael Coren advocated a revival of judgemental attitudes. He wasn’t suggesting that we need to say one thing…
A woman once came to one of the old Puritan ministers of London and told him that the bands which he wore with his pulpit gown were altogether too long, and that they annoyed her greatly. She would like his permission to shorten them. Confident of his approval, she had come armed with a pair of scissors.…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 67 views
The way in which believers speak should reflect their calling as Christians. Christian speech should be sincere, godly and honouring to God.
The Church is Born
We celebrate the birth of Jesus & all the world pauses to celebrate Christmas with us. We celebrate His resurrection, & most of the world recognizes Easter as a very special day on the calendar. But then comes Pentecost, & hardly anyone realizes it. It’s an important day because Pentecost is the birthday…
Jeff Brown • Sermon • • 63 views
Let No Corrupting Talk Come Out of Your Mouth Living the New Life - Part X 10607 “Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.” Eph 4:29 1. A fourth change in the Christian’s life should be from…
Pastor Chad A. Miller • Sermon • • 47 views • 42:44
Psalm 145 beautifully lays out the Reality, Responsibility, the Reason, and the Return for letting PRAISE of our Great God be the major theme of our lips. A community of praise is compelling.
The fourth Sabbath in August is the global Adventist church's enditnow emphasis day where we stand up against violence in all forms. Jason Worf shares about verbal abuse in this sermon called "Words that Wound." He addresses victims of abuse, abusers, and compasionate bystanders from Isaiah 58 and the advice of Christian counselors on how to respond to abusive speach.