David Palmer • Sermon • • 1,430 views
Romans 8:1-11 V.1: No condemnation for who? 1. To walk according to the Spirit, is to follow Jesus 2. You have to allow yourself to be led by the Holy Spirit. John 3:18-19 18 "He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 1,325 views
Dead Men Walking Ephesians 2:1-3 Introduction A man went to visit his well to do friend who had been taken ill. When he showed up at the door, the butler at first refused to let him in stating that the man will ill and could not be disturbed. “Nonsense,” said the friend. “It’s all in his mind. He just…
Mike Measley • EFBC - Evangelical Free Bible Church • Sermon • • 673 views • 45:51
Today we are picking up in the Gospel of John, the very last verse of John 7 , through John 8:11 . As you look at this passage in your bible, you will likely notice something different about this passage. The NIV84 has this portion marked off with lines, and a footnote. The NLT has a note in the text.…
Introduction Illustration: finding Nemo... fish escape by rolling their bags filled with water into the ocean. But then they realize the question “now what?!” Illustration : Couple newly married--”now what?” (I usually have one suggestion for them) “Therefore” series is going to be asking the question…
Verse by Verse Study of the Gospel of John
Anthony Castillo Miranda • Sermon • • 514 views
HOOK Quickly before we start a new chapter— let’s remember what we have learned yesterday here at The Message: GOD CONTROLS THE MINDS OF EVERYONE I MUST DEFEND MY FAITH IN JESUS Today we will begin with chapter 8 of the gospel of John— and it starts with the account of what happened when the teachers…
Series on the Cross
Pastor Bart Leger • Sermon • • 307 views • 25:45
We have three great incentives to life for Christ. The holiness of God, the return of Christ, and the cross. The cross is the greatest demonstration of His holiness and love. Listen as Pastor Leger begins this year's series on the cross.
The Book of Romans
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 285 views
Choose Jesus Christ because He gives us: 1. Life instead of death (vs. 12-14, 17, 18, 21). 2. Grace instead of guilt (vs. 12, 15, 17, 19, 20). 3. Justification instead of condemnation (vs. 14-19). 4. Salvation instead of slavery (vs. 20-21).
The Gospel of Luke
Jesus tells a parable to help his disciples understand that the Kingdom will not be established immediately as he arrives in Jerusalem - instead he will be "going away" to be crowned king before returning with all power and authority. In the parable he helps his disciples understand how they are to conduct themselves as servants while he is away: to put what they have been given to work for him.
Today we will be looking at John 5:25-30 . The larger context is Jesus talking to the Jews who were against him for healing a lame man on the Sabbath. Jesus uses this opportunity to communicate truth to them. Truth that would change their hearts and lives if they will hear it. Jesus’ response begins…
The Spiritual Man
Intro Text - 1 T here is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. 1 T here is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit.…
Lives Changed by Jesus
Daniel • Sermon • • 166 views
This is an evangelistic sermon preached at Bridges Fall retreat. Emphasizing our gross sin, our uncleanliness before God and the saving power of Christ to cleans us of all unrighteousness.
Leslie A Wright • Sermon • • 159 views
Just One Look Isaiah 45:22 "Look unto me and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth, for I am God and there is none else." Charles Spurgeon quoted this verse while testing the acoustics in a new sanctuary…he was later called to the bedside of a dying man. He had heard him from the balcony where he was…
Freedom that is Free
Benjamin Powell • Sermon • • 122 views
This forth part of the series will finish by emphasizing on how there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ, and this gives us freedom so that even when we do sin, we need not let guilt keep us from lovingly coming to him, and the sacred comfort we have in his promise.
Keith Shoulders • Sermon • • 95 views
Introduction Guilty people can find reprieve in the presence of Jesus. Grace does not just offer forgiveness, it also offers relief. Sin is not just the origin of guilt, it is the cause of grief. Many of us have struggled, are struggling, or will struggle with the mental anguish of our imperfections.…
Donnie DeBord • Sermon • • 85 views
The day is coming when we will fully be in God's presence. In that moment judgment will be immediate. The redeemed will be forever with God and the condemned will be forever punished by God. How will you react to being in God's presence?
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 76 views
Paul compares Adam and Christ in Romans 5:12-21 and the differences are astounding. The sin of Adam brought chaos and destruction upon the good world that God created. It’s “reign” was merciless and unchallenged until Christ. Yet, Christ’s rule far surpasses that by not corrupting, but giving grace and transformation. This passage is meant to challenge us to reject our headship of Adam and look to the surpassing worth of the reign of Christ.