Brian D. Clater • Sermon • • 5,846 views
John 2:1-11 Introduction: This story reminds us just how easy it is for our best laid plans to go awry. Have you ever made plans in your life particularly in terms of what you wanted to do? Where you wanted to go? How you were going to get there? For some of us, our life plan took an abrupt detour, and…
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Jeff Hopson • Sermon • • 3,579 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…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 1,054 views
By Glenn Pease Jean Baptiste Lamarch, the distinguished French naturalist, came from a military family and, at the age of 17 and in keeping with his family's tradition, enlisted in the army. At 21, however, his health failed and he went to Paris for a year of treatment. It was the bleakest time he had…
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The Source of Our Relationship With God: Jesus Christ Believing the Witness About Christ: That He is the Son of God 5:6-8 1. There is the mission of Jesus Christ (v.6) A Description of How Jesus Came Into the World This is He who came by water and blood—Jesus Christ; not only by water, but by water and…
Brian D. Clater • Sermon • • 303 views
John 2:1-11 Introduction: This story reminds us just how easy it is for our best laid plans to go awry. Have you ever made plans in your life in terms of what you wanted to do? Where you wanted to go? How you were going to get there? For some of us, our life plan took an abrupt detour and we were blown…
The book of Psalms is perhaps one of the most beloved books of the Bible by many followers of Jesus Christ. It is full of beauty and wonder, of worship and adoration, of confidence and trust. Of all the psalms in the Bible perhaps none is better known that the 23rd psalm. It is a passage loved by people…
In a few short hours I’ll be leaving and making my way, 12 hours up north, to Ontario, CA. I’m headed up there for our annual FFM trip, we have been going now for the last several years. You might wonder why I do it. Why, Pastor, do you drive all that way, spend the money, the time, and the energy, to…
Savoring the Psalter
What is it that you have learned about your glorious, saving, reviving, refining, prayer-answering God? Then tell that to others who need to hear what He has done!
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Dealing With Impossibilities Mat 14: 28-29 I. Walking on water is an inconceivable idea. A. You do not just happen to ride by the reservoir and find people walking on water. B. But as we look at this blessed text we see that impossibilities are possible. C. But the key to it all is you got to have Jesus…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 137 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Back in 1959 Ford Motor Company admitted they made a big mistake in making the Edsel. It cost 250 million to bring it to market, and they lost 200 million during the 2 and 1/2 years they produced it. It was the number one lemon in the history of the U. S. auto industry. But smart…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 136 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Your kindness to one person can change the course of history for multitudes. Gypsy Smith was one of the great evangelists of the last century, and the beginning of the 20th. He won tens of thousands of people to Christ. His life was often in the midst of the crowd, but his greatest…
What Child is This?
Intro For this Christmas Season, each Sunday we have been asking the question, “What Child is This?” Who is the baby, named Jesus that we remember each year at Christmas? The first week, we looked from the perspective of the Shepherds. Why did God send an angel, and then angels, to announce to the shepherds…
It was thanksgiving break of my freshman year of college. God had done a marvelous work in my heart that first semester of Bible college. For the first time I was really walking with Christ and I had a desire to share this amazing personal relationship with other people. I wanted others to know how incredible…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
Have you known the comfort of Jesus, the Word of God? He invites you to consider who He is, as the Bible says He is, to be reverenced and adored.
C. Jason Walker, Senior Pastor • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 90 views • 54:32
Join along as we consider one of the greatest invitations in all of the Holy Scriptures. Are you spiritually thristy? Jesus can satisfy your soul’s longing!
Jesus’ first miracle at the wedding of Cana is a bit strange. It’s not like any of the other miracles that Jesus performs in his ministry. No one is sick. No one is blind, deaf, or lame. There’s no storm, no sinking boat, and no demon that needs cast out. No one has died. There’s no real emergency. They…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 74 views • 40:05
Lifes trials are difficult, but one day, God’s people will realize that it was worth it all, when we see Jesus in the new heaven, new earth and new Jerusalem!
Introduction Welcome to First Community Church at home, we are so glad that you are here to worship with us in Spirit and in Truth this morning and pray that each one of you is well and resting in God’s amazing grace. As we continue Church at Home, let us remember to take time out to check our emails…