Jacob Amidon • Lapeer Christian Church • Sermon • • 145 views • 22:53
Luke Kirkendall • Sermon • • 98 views • 42:41
Introduction Please open your Bibles to . We have a rather large passage for this morning’s sermon. I debated whether I should read all of it or not. Then I thought about Ezra. When the Jews moved back into Jerusalem following their captivity, one of the first things that happened was that Ezra read…
Ronald Coleman • Disciples Path Community Church • Sermon • • 92 views
An exploration of Genesis 11 and the impact of the judgment at the Tower of Babel on the world's languages, people groups, and nations and a family line preserved for God's promise of Messiah.
Scripture's Post Cards
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 76 views • 44:46
We come to our final book in our look at these shorter books of scripture’s postcards... Malachi is one of those books that causes one to examine their heart… The tone is heavy, we see just as we did last week in Nahum this is another oracle not to Nineveh but rather this time to Israel, God’s chosen…
RCL - Day of Pentecost
Benjamin Snyder • Sermon • • 64 views • 17:34
Day of Pentecost
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 49 views • 43:39
Who doesn't love birthday celebrations? Pentecost for Christians is the birthday of the Church. As most of us know, it is also a Jewish feast, officially called "The Feast of Weeks." 50 days after Passover. Tongues of fire. 3,000 were added to the brand new church of Jesus Christ. But there is more to Pentecost than a birthday celebration and souls saved and people fluently speaking in languages they had never learned. For Pentecost really was a declaration of war. In ways we in as 21st Century Western Christianity never imagined. Speaking in tongues was not even the beginning of the Supernatural View of Acts 2. Come with the Grace United crew as we explore the supernatural worldview of First Century Jews--among the first hearers of the book of Acts.
Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 49 views • 48:52
There is far more to Pentecost than meets the eye--or the ear. As we remember, one of the "presents" the Lord gave to the church on her birthday was the Holy Spirit poured out on the Lord's disciples. "They spoke in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance." A birthday celebration--but vastly more important is what God has to say to the church of Jesus regarding spiritual warfare. Exactly how does a "birthday party" and spiritual warfare play themselves out? Come with the Grace United crew as we discover the Lord's marching orders for his church in waging true spiritual warfare.
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 46 views • 46:05
What did God want humanity to do? Represent him well in every corner of the planet. God said, "Go!" and the people said "No!" They stayed together and built a tower that reached to heaven. We know this as the Tower of Babel. God, as the hero of this story, puts his grace, love and mercy on display. Great is his faithfulness to do what he promised! He said he would send the redeemer, and introduced the one through whom he would keep that promise. His name? Abram. Join the Grace United crew as we hear again, for the first time, the story of the Tower of Babel, and all the begats of Genesis 10 and 11.
Pastor Scamman • St. Paul Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 33 views • 13:22
Pentecost means fifty. The feast of Pentecost was celebrated every year by the Jewish people, fifty days after the feast of Passover. Passover got its name when the Angel of Death passed through the land of Egypt during the final and greatest plague, killing the firstborn son in every home. But the Israelites…
Aaron Bauer • Issaquah Christian Church • Sermon • • 27 views • 25:03
World Peace seems like an impossibility but something many strive for. However, most of the effort toward global unity eliminates Yahweh from the picture. Will God allow Unity to take place without his Spirit? Pastor Aaron preaches from Acts 2:1-21 to discover what God think of our plans and what plan He proposes to bring the world back to unity.
McCullough, Wayne • Sermon • • 27 views
Confusion is a weapon the enemy uses to kill people!
Chad Williams • Parkers Lake Baptist Church • Sermon • • 24 views • 55:26
The Big Story
Cody Hale • Sermon • • 23 views
Introduction There is a desire in the heart of every person to return to the Garden. And, ever since God drove us from Paradise, we’ve been working and scheming to figure out how to get back. We go to war, believing that if we can just conquer one more nation, attain a little more wealth, expand our…
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 21 views
Introduction It did not take fallen man long to revert to type. The flood came because man had forgotten God. They built cities for themselves and became mighty in the earth. The flood had cleansed this world, but the seeds of sin and rebellion made it onto the ark. Some have speculated why God saved…
Kevin Llanos • Redemption Hill Community Church • Sermon • • 20 views • 52:34
Last week we looked at the descendants of Noah and his sons. We read last week that all the families of the sons of Noah were listed by their lands and their languages. We saw the families of Japheth, Ham, and Shem listed by sons, grandsons, and further on. I explained that the lists were given in order…
In the Beginning
John McCain • Sermon • • 18 views • 15:23
Technology and its role in the bible and our generation.
Story of the Bible: Creation to Israel
Thomas Choy • Sermon • • 15 views
Following the creation accounts we will trace the two paths that Genesis outlines, covering the stories of Cain & Abel, The Flood, the Tower of Babel, Abraham, Isaac, and God’s covenants to humanity. We will look at what life living in and outside of the blessing of God looks like and begin to unpack God’s plan for redemption.
Jonny Carter • Vineyard Church (Springfield, MO) • Sermon • • 14 views • 21:52
In The Beginning (Genesis 1-12)
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 13 views • 52:32
Maybe divisions can serve a purpose? Rather than have everyone agree on a side - and it be the wrong side - like before the flood; maybe it is good that people have different views and perspectives? Maybe if we don’t call it division - what if we call it diversity? How can we leverage diversity to recognize what is good and spread it throughout the earth?
In The Beginning
Brett Stowe • Cornerstone Fellowship Church | Knysna • Sermon • • 9 views • 22:10
In Genesis 11:1-9, we see that the struggle of man in trying to "make a name for himself." We find hope for this struggle in the Gospel as God makes self-worshippers into Christ-worshippers.
John Mathew • First Baptist Church of Reinbeck • Sermon • • 9 views • 38:13
God wants us to follow His Plan. How not to: Rebel, belittle, plan without God, and forget God's sovereignty.
In The Beginning (Genesis 1-12)
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 8 views • 52:47
This is God’s mission in a nutshell. God enters into relationship with people so that He can send them to go to other people. As the people who are in relationship with God enter into relationship with other people, they bring those people into relationship with God. That is how God is reaching the world- through people. God’s plan is to redeem and restore the world, but to do that we must reach the world by joining God on His mission.
Identity in Christ
Pastor Ryan Duck • Abundant Life Community Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 47:36
Mark Gardner • Sermon • • 8 views
The story of the Tower of Babel offers insights that help us navigate the crucible of today’s technologies.
Andy Osborne • Sermon • • 8 views
Introduction The world after the flood was meant to be a new creation. All the evil and wicked people in the previous generation had been wiped away. Only the one righteous man left on earth, along with his family, survived. However, this didn’t work and the story of Noah’s flood serves as a rebuttal…