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!
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 196 views • 42:18
Introduction: Illustration - The Reality of Trials It's been said concerning trials and storms of life that, "Either you just came through one, are now entering one, or one looms on your horizon." Main Thought: Prepare today for the persecutions of tomorrow looking for the promise of eternity. Sub-intro:…
In our previous reading, Stephn became the first Christian matyr. He was stoned to death for testifying about Jesus. 1 Now Saul was consenting to his death. At that time a great persecution arose against the church which was at Jerusalem; and they were all scattered throughout the regions of Judea and…
Introduction Well good morning once again. It’s good to be with you today. Go ahead and turn in your Bible to the book of Hebrews, chapter 3. We are going to be diving into verses 7-19 this morning. As you do that I want to call your attention to a couple of additional announcements. On June 26 we are…
ANDREW : Good Morning, and welcome to week two of our online gathering as a church family. For those who don’t know us, I am Andrew Wring, one of our worship leaders here at Fellowship... JOHN : And I am John Winders, the Lead Pastor. Thank you for joining us today for what we hope is an encouraging…
2 Corinthians 8 & 9 1 Moreover, brethren, we make known to you the grace of God bestowed on the churches of Macedonia: 2 that in a great trial of affliction the abundance of their joy and their deep poverty abounded in the riches of their liberality. 3 For I bear witness that according to their ability,…
Book of James
Paul K Nelson • Sermon • • 4 views
When undergoing trial we have an ironclad promise that God will give us wisdom without limit if we ask for it in faith. Faith, here, is the commitment that we will obey what He reveals. Ironically, the poor have an advantage over the rich in faithfully enduring trials because the lifelong trial of their poverty has trained them to depend upon God.