John C Connell Jr. • John Connell • Sermon • • 5,019 views • 32:48
In Ezekiel’s vision, we see impossibly dead dry bones given life and we learn; • that the word of the Lord has unimaginable power to bring both the physically dead and the spiritually dead to life. • that we have something of this power at our disposal and, like Ezekiel, we are actually called to go and speak with this power to our friends. • that by preaching the word of the Lord to ourselves we can open our own lives up to lives of freedom in the grace of Jesus Christ no longer burdened by
Terry Lee Corpier • Salem UMC - Springtown, PA • Sermon • • 395 views • 27:03
The Road to Emmaus: An Unexpected Journey The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Description of a Hobbit by the Author J.R. Tolkien Bilbo was a simple Hobbit with simple needs of hearth and home, but his friend Gandalf knew that there were things that Bilbo could do that would benefit others. Like Bilbo,…
A Heart for Reconciliation
God takes the shattered pieces of our lives and reconciles them into a beautiful, thriving child of God which allows the light of Christ to shine through us in an even more brilliant way.
Gospel of John Devo 4/29/20
We opened this series learning of the Light of Man. We learned that Christ as the creator was also the very witness of light to us. We tried to focus on Christ who he was and how that should effect each of us. I trust that was a blessing to you. Today we are going to focus on two main thoughts The first…
The Book of First John
Pastor Randy Bradley • Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 188 views • 23:19
We all receive the testimony of men. The testimony of God is far greater. If we receive the testimony of men we should receive the testimony of God. God has testified that Jesus is the Christ the savior of the world and that we have eternal life in Jesus Christ.
Conversations with Love- the Gospel of John
How It Began After John’s profound and beautiful Introduction to Jesus- A behind the scenes spoiler of who the Rabbi from Nazareth actually was. John begins to tell us, His readers his story of Jesus. But John’s story is closely tied to John Himself. To his own experiences with his savior and how he…
Pentecost was One of Three major Agricultural Festivals of Israel It was also known as the Feast of Weeks Count off seven weeks from the time you begin to put the sickle to the standing grain. Then celebrate the Festival of Weeks to the Lord your God by giving a freewill offering in proportion to the…
The Stories of Christmas
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 74 views
The Christmas story is not only about the birth of Christ but also of those born in the Spirit. When we understand that the Christmas story is not over, we find ourselves very much a part of that story. We, like John, have been indwelt with the Spirit of God and we too have the job of preparing the ways of the Lord in anticipation of his soon return.
Evangelism isn’t just about sharing with others what God has done, it is telling others what God has done in you. If you can’t tell others what God has done in you, you haven’t experienced the witness of the Holy Spirit.
Let Your Light Shine, The Gospel of John Devotions
Intro: Welcome back as we continue through the Gospel of John! last time we focused on our witness much as john was a witness knowing Christ. Hope it was an encouragment to you and hope the lord used it to make you desire to be a better witness or encourage you to keep witnessing. Slide This week we…
Jeremy Robinson • Sermon • • 63 views
The day of pentecost simply means 50 because it is 50 days after passover/Easter. But the Day of Pentecost changed the world. It is the day that the PRESENCE of God came into His people.
Fred Ayers • Sermon • • 59 views
What More Could I Have Done! 40 And ye will not come to me, that ye might have life. A we come to the close of the discourse by the pool at Bethesda - Jesus reviews with all the Jews and scribes what God has done to point to Christ as the: Savior Messiah Redeemer The evidence is over whelming The love…
Pentecost when God dwells within us
We make a big mistake when we see our relationship with the Holy Spirit like a tug of war between two teams. You are all familiar with these sorts of competitions, often held at country shows. Two teams pulling as hard as they can on opposite ends of the rope trying to drag the opposing team over a line.…
Spirit and Life
There is nothing more life changing than the Baptism of the Holy Spirit I was reading an article by John Davidson entitled Spirit filled and wrong. 10 For it is precept upon precept, precept upon precept, line upon line, line upon line, here a little, there a little.” The History of the Holy Spirit The…
Introduction Now Peter and John were going up to the temple for the time of prayer at three in the afternoon. A man who was lame from birth was being carried there. He was placed each day at the temple gate called Beautiful, so that he could beg from those entering the temple. When he saw Peter and John…
Justin Smith • Sermon • • 28 views
“You are the salt of the earth.” Salt is used to season · Gives them a taste of life with God · “What’s different with your life?” · You ever tasted something too salty? · Not that we can have too much Jesus, but we overpower the world with it. Salt is used to preserve · Keep the world from becoming…
Introduction Starting a new sermon series going through the book of Acts. Acts is the Third longest book in the New Testament. Only Matthew and Luke are longer. That being said it is 30% of the New Testament. This is a continuation on the previous series through the life of Jesus. As acts is the continuation…
The Gospel According to John
Jeremy Turnage • Sermon • • 21 views • 38:37
Man is a dead, wretched thing in his sinfulness; we are so spiritually and morally blinded, we can’t even recognize true goodness. There is no way man is able to overcome his situation on his own. But there is a Way. Jesus. He will make us new. Jesus is our hope.
The Book of Acts
Richard Tull, Pastor • Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Stanley, LA • Sermon • • 19 views • 37:22
Introduction Have you ever heard that someone came to know Christ and wondered how did they receive Christ? Thieves, Tattooed people, Murders, Prostitutes Republicans, Democrats Peter was the leader of the Disciples - Jewish men A Rule of Three A three fold testimony was crucial in Israel to establishing…
John 1.6-8 The Prologue: The Light of the Baptizer
Mack L. Elkin III • Sermon • • 17 views
Please stand for the reading of the Word Today, I believe, the text has lead us to shift gears a little bit…because we see in the text that the Apostle, the evangelist John is inserting something here in verse six that allows us to transition in time -from Jesus being in the beginning with the Father,…
I wrote the first narrative, Theophilus, about all that Jesus began to do and teach until the day he was taken up, after he had given instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles he had chosen. After he had suffered, he also presented himself alive to them by many convincing proofs, appearing…
The Gospel of Luke
Simeon is an amazing Jew who comes in and out of the scene of the Christmas narrative, but with power and significance to attest of the birth of Christ. What can we learn from him as we await the return of Christ