George Toews • Sermon • • 40,719 views
Psalm 77:1-15 Introduction It was a lot of fun on Wednesday participating in the Mom’s program. I was giving hay rides to the kids and their moms. It was so cute when the ride was over a number of the moms came alongside the tractor and asked their children, “What do you say?” and most of the children…
Sunday Night Sermons
Jeff Hopson • Sermon • • 6,902 views
Matthew 14:22-33 HIDDEN BLESSINGS IN THE STORMS OF LIFE Original Sermon by Pastor Alan Carr Intro : In this passage of Scripture, we find the disciples of our Lord trapped in the grip of a fierce storm. They find themselves in that storm because they have been commanded by the Lord to cross the Sea of…
Pastor Jim Freed • Sermon • • 6,888 views
Two Types of Temptations (James 1:2- 17) 1. Holy Trials (verses 2 -12) a. Possible sinful responses b. Rebellion/defiance (Hebrews 12:5) c. Fatalism/giving up (Hebrews 12:5) d. Self Pity (1 Corinthians 10:10) e. Positive response (we can be exercised by the difficulties and perplexities of life (Heb_12:11)…
This morning we are talking about hope. We are not talking about the world’s version of hope however. There is a major difference between the way a believer and an unbeliever use the word hope. When the world speaks of hope they say something like this, “I hope I win the lottery.” What do they mean.…
Edward Keith Hassell • Sermon • • 4,390 views
Mentoring Manna: The Word of the Lord tested him © 2003 Pastor Keith Hassell MM00009 The word of the Lord tested him: Psalm 105:17-19 “He sent a man before them—Joseph—who was sold as a slave. They hurt his feet with fetters, He was laid in irons. Until the time that his word came to pass, the word of…
Just this past week something caught my attention in the news. You may have seen it yourself and read about it. An act of forgiveness was seen. Can you imagine forgiving the person who killed your own brother? Well, that's exactly what happened in a Dallas courtroom this past Wednesday. Police officer…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 3,516 views
Peter challenges believes to rejoice in the Hope of Christ despite suffering in this life. He makes an appeal to the temporal nature of suffering as compared to eternal salvation. Further, he demonstrates that suffering has purpose in purifying our faith and bringing glory, honor, and praise to God. Thus, even in the midst of horrible suffering we can rejoice in the hope of our God.
Michael Morse • Sermon • • 2,858 views
Through trials of life sometimes we acan be faced with temptation. The same produce that trials bring is what is needed for temptation as well. James gives us the how to for enduring temptation.
Today Josh Shroeder shares his testimony and encourages us by ending on a reading in Ephesians. Afterwards Pastor Chase kicks off our new sermon series through James. Grab your Bible and follow along!
Jesus is ...
Series that will take us to Easter Sunday. FRAN - people will come to church on Easter more than any other time. A lot of people have ideas about Jesus but they are not based on the Bible. They are based on tradition, culture, Christmas stories… movies. 1 Y ou’ll remember, friends, that when I first…
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 2,280 views
Purity: Fleeing Youthful Lusts The world is obsessed with cleanness. Everywhere you look you see people with different hand cleaners and antibacterial soaps and lotions. People want cleanness outwardly, but purity in heart? That is not the case. Everything that we see in this world is saturated with…
The Three Elements in the Battle of the Mind If you have your Bibles let’s go ahead and turn to Acts 14:1-7 ; 1 In Iconium they entered the synagogue of the Jews together, and spoke in such a manner that a large number of people believed, both of Jews and of Greeks. 2 But the Jews who disbelieved stirred…
The Bible Doesn't Say That
Rev. Buford Edwards II • Sermon • • 2,101 views
The idea that God will not give us more than WE can hadle is a lie. It leads us to think that we are self-reliant. God gives us more than we can handle on our own, but through Him we can do all things and handle anything!
Introduction: Have you ever missed a plane because you read the date or time wrong? Have you ever missed a benefit because you didn’t know it was there? Coupon for something free that expired? Have you ever ignored a warning sign because you didn’t know what it meant? There is a kind of adversity that…
George Toews • Sermon • • 1,783 views
Mark 14:27 – 15:15 Introduction What tremendous pressure there must be on athletes at the Olympics! I am thinking particularly of the pressure on skips in curling. Whatever has happened before, they throw the final rock and if they miss, then no matter how well the others on the team have done, they…
Ecclesiastes 3:16 - 4:3
Prayer 16 Moreover, I saw under the sun that in the place of justice, even there was wickedness, and in the place of righteousness, even there was wickedness. 17 I said in my heart, God will judge the righteous and the wicked, for there is a time for every matter and for every work. 18 I said in my heart…
The Generous Life
Good morning! we are in our series on The Generous life .. Over the past few week we have been looking at God’s blessing towards us.. These are inflows of God’s Generosity —Generosity always begins with God and his goodness towards us... J ames 1:17 Every good and perfect comes to us from the Father…
Robert K. Storey • Sermon • • 1,600 views • 37:16
Living Under Grace 14 Sin is no longer your master, for you no longer live under the requirements of the law. Instead, you live under the freedom of God’s grace. What does it mean to live by Grace? What are the benefits of Grace? What are the misunderstandings? What is the meaning of Grace? Grace is…