[Acts] The Church Empowered
Christopher Campbell • Sermon • • 3,619 views
Before Jesus commands his followers to "go," he first commands that they "wait." God's Spirit empowers God's people with His presence to glorify and enjoy Him for the work in the waiting.
The Call of Christmas
Mike Measley • EFBC - Evangelical Free Bible Church • Sermon • • 2,410 views • 21:00
Over the past several weeks, we have been examining the Call of God given to individuals through angels. God had been silent, sending no more prophets, men who would declare His messages for the people. It had been so long, but finally God started speaking to some who believed what He had promised through…
Danny L. Briles • Sermon • • 1,271 views
“God's Call of the Righteous (Part 7) WAIT ON THE LORD PSALM 37:7, 9, 34 We are sharing the message “God’s Call of the Righteous” as brought forth in Psalm 37. If you recall, Psalm literally means “plucking the strings of a harp.” They convey in words the inner most feelings of our hearts expression.…
Out of Egypt
Jay • SLO Adventist Church • Sermon • • 764 views • 43:13
Review The Exodus parallels the Christian’s journey from bondage to freedom. When we choose to follow God, Satan fights harder to keep us enslaved. We learn to trust, obey, and follow God through difficult wilderness times. God wants to be with us, intimately part of our daily lives. Follow the Leader…
Nathan Sehi • Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 645 views • 31:23
INTRODUCTION: Part of being a fallen creature in a fallen world is that we are impatient. We all are characterized at times by extreme forms of impatience Often our anger, our rudeness, our ruthlessness is because of our impatience. impatience is so common that in many places in Scripture we are commanded…
Pastor Bart Leger • Sermon • • 635 views • 24:37
In the Gospel of Luke, we come across two characters who make their appearance in the final acts of the Christmas drama. One is a man named Simeon; the other is a woman named Anna. They don’t appear in any nativity scenes or in many Christmas cards, but we have much to learn from them.
Jacob Gibi • ALF Kuwait • Sermon • • 580 views • 46:14
Expect greater, when people are in oneness
Cindy • Sermon • • 514 views
How do we wait for the Lord to come? *Waiting on the Lord –what does it mean? Often throughout both the Old and New testament we see the phrase, “wait on the Lord”. This is something that has always been hard for people to do but I think it’s especially hard for us now because now our lives are lived…
Fred Ayers • Sermon • • 496 views
Victory over Circumstances 10 But I rejoiced in the Lord greatly, that now at the last your care of me hath flourished again; wherein ye were also careful, but ye lacked opportunity. 11 Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content. 12 I know…
GOSPEL OF JOHN
Jomo Thomas • Sermon • • 420 views • 56:01
John is writing in retrospect by distinguishing an act that will take place later in his writings but had already been spoken of the other Gospels Matt & Luke. Waiting of the Lord Mary, Martha and Lazarus are all loved by Jesus (Family) He doesn’t love one person in the Christian family more less that…
Rodney Prickett • Riddles Bend Baptist Church • Sermon • • 385 views • 31:36
In the early part of this chapter, God has promised a Servant Savior who would be for all people, held up by the hand of God, who would restore God’s people. Beginning in verse 14, God addresses the skepticism of the people. They had been oppressed for so long. Disheartened. Skeptical. Depressed. Disillusioned.…
Pastor Chris Palmer • Sermon • • 368 views
We must learn to wait on the Lord.
Hope in the waiting
Shawn Lund • Sermon • • 203 views
How do you live in such a way that you can't be offended? How can you learn to walk in the fullness that Jesus purchased for you. I'm not suggesting you live like a door mat, but rather fly above the rejection and disappointment.
Advent According To Luke
Jeremy Norton • Mountainview Church Whitehorse • Sermon • • 190 views • 30:01
At Christmas, there's always that one family member who takes forever to open their gifts. They delicately untie each ribbon. They strategically pull off each piece of tape. Then they carefully unfold the wrapping paper. Everyone else is thinking (or saying), "Open it already!" This week, we learn about Simeon, a man who knew how to wait. Simeon waited on God's greater promise of the coming Messiah, but also a specific promise to him; that he would see the Christ before he saw death.
Jeff Brown • Sermon • • 189 views • 30:27
Being in readiness for service or for some future appointment or event. Wild animals and the wicked lie in wait to ambush the unsuspecting; servants wait on their masters; believers and the whole creation wait for their renewal by God. God, too, waits for sinners to repent.
In The Mean Time
Marquez Ball • Uplift Church • Sermon • • 188 views • 33:07
Series Intro Previous sermon: Joseph’s waiting period Intro Background 1 and 2 Samuel is the the story of Israel’s first two kings Saul and David. The immediate purpose of the Book of Samuel was to show the circumstances surrounding the founding of the monarchy in Israel. 1 Samuel tells of the birth…
Christopher Campbell • Sermon • • 174 views
Sunday, April 25, 2021. 1 Corinthians 1:4-9 | “God Is Faithful.” God’s faithfulness is more than just a theme for this introductory thanksgiving, it is a foundation upon which this entire letter of 1 Corinthians is written. Because God is always faithful, Paul has reason to be thankful - not for what the church in Corinth is currently making of themselves, but for what God has already made of them in Christ, by His abundant grace!
Colin Cameron • Holy Cross Burlington • Sermon • • 158 views • 15:02
Life can get weary even though we know we are blessed in many ways by God. The same was true for the people in Habakkuk's time. In this time of Advent, we're encouraged to wait. God is about to do a miraculous thing that will usher in an era so wonderful that we'll devote all we have to it.
Seth M Clark • Sermon • • 123 views
Watchmen Waiting for the Dawn I. Introduction A. Our text this morning is B. John Milton (anecdote) 1. Studied languages, philosophy, theology, studied to be an Anglican priest 2. Started college at age 17 in 1625. Earned his bachelors, masters, and then studied for six more years to prepare for a life…
Simon Holmes • Busselton Baptist Church • Sermon • • 114 views • 46:15
You probably don't like waiting, do you? Listen / watch to see how God's past faithfulness to humanity can lead us, in the midst of our broken world, to wait with a hopeful expectation and joy in Jesus - our Messiah.
Michael Stitzel • Sermon • • 108 views
The promises of God may not be fulfilled as we expect, but the promises of God will be fulfilled perfectly.
The Church: Origin and Purpose
Marcus W. McDaniel • First Baptist Church of Hoquiam • Sermon • • 102 views • 47:13
The Waiting Different kinds of waiting. Stand still There is nothing I can do but wait Hear back from a job interview Waiting on Test results In process We are mid process but the results of a test, or conversations, or the decision from a higher up have us waiting. Do I get to drive Will she marry me…
Advent 2017: Prepare
Clint Cozier • Southminster Presbyterian Church • Sermon • • 98 views • 26:20
Yesterday, Cathy and I had the opportunity to go down to Fort Street Presbyterian Church and hear a wonderful performance of Handel’s Messiah. I had forgotten just how different thing like violines and sapranos sound in person rather than as a recording. The Messiah isn’t just a concert, its a journey…
Witness to the world: Book of Acts
James Rogers • West Side Church of Christ • Sermon • • 82 views • 42:49
Anyone up for a good wait time? Be honest, who likes to wait? Who thinks microwaves are too slow and gas pumps too? We are not a waiting people in general so when Christ told the disciples to wait, well, that is what we are looking at tonight. When it comes to waiting, are there things you don’t mind…