William Yates • Sermon • • 540 views
Bill Yates August 15, 2007 1. Name Mary of Bethany, Sister of Martha and Lazarus 2. Scripture References Matthew 26:6-13; Mark 14:3-11; Luke 10:38-42; John 11:1-3, 19-20, 28-35, 45-46; 12:1-3 3. First Impressions and Observations Here two there is not much said about this Mary in the scriptures. Except…
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By understanding Jesus’ nature as God and man, we will overcome false teachings about Jesus and trust him more. What does it mean when we say that Jesus is both God and man? Is Jesus a man who became God Is Jesus God indwelling a man? Is Jesus God appearing to be a man? Is Jesus a spiritual being ordered…
John Murphy • Sermon • • 169 views
Faithful Women Mark 15.40,41 Introduction “/I did not gain very much, however, by my inspection. Our visitor bore every mark of being an average commonplace British tradesman, obese, pompous, and slow. He wore rather baggy gray shepherd's check trousers, a not over-clean black frock-coat, unbuttoned…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 82 views
God created both women and men in his image and likeness. Scripture shows women in a variety of roles, playing an important part in God’s salvation plan. In Christ, there is no fundamental distinction between believers on account of gender, race or social status. Women played a significant part in the life of Jesus Christ and in the early church. The NT both records their role and faces the questions thereby raised.
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Brennen Johnson • Hope Christian Church • Sermon • • 17 views • 37:00
In light of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis this week, in light of the protests erupting throughout the world, in light of the fears and anxieties brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic we ask ourselves, "Where Is God?". What do we do when the darkness surrounds us, and it seems like God is taking too long?
Pastor Miracle Pettenger encourages believers to take off the grave clothes of unbelief, anger, rejection, hostility, and sin to put on the clothes of salvation and robe of righteousness to come alive in the hope and strength of God.
What is the meaning of the Lord's Supper? Tracing the theme of the meal from Genesis to Revelation, we see that the meal is intimate relationship with God. When God is present, there is salvation and judgement. In the Lord's Supper, we see our judgement taken by Jesus in His broken body and blood poured out for us, and we see our salvation in God giving Himself to us in Christ represented by the bread and wine.