Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 1,743 views
John 9:1-7 There are a few things I am good at, but many things I'm bad at. Still other things I'm absolutely terrible at. Among them, I am a terrible patient. Other than a couple of childhood illnesses, I hadn't been sick a day in my life until a doctor diagnosed me with thyroid cancer. One surgery…
George Toews • Sermon • • 1,027 views
! Introduction On December 10, 1948 the United Nations accepted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Eleanor Roosevelt was the chair person of the Commission on Human Rights and representatives of many countries had worked for a long time to develop this document affirming the human rights of all…
equipU Principles: As You Work
John Ravan • Sermon • • 491 views
This is the second semester of the equipU Principles which is discussing in particular principles "as you work". This is teaching is based on the second chapter of Timothy Keller's book Every Good Endeavor which discusses the dignity that is found in work.
Anthony Gentle • Sermon • • 378 views
There are vulnerable people in our community and we need to ensure they don't fall through the cracks
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 344 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease An old business man once spoke at his club and told of how he made an investment which brought him great dividends, but for which he did not have to pay a cent of taxes. One night as he closed his store he found a dirty boy of 12 crouched against the building trying to protect himself…
Rev. Leonard Reiss • Sermon • • 291 views
A mother can be a positive influence when she allows God to use her.
Russell Jeffares • Vintage Grace Church • Sermon • • 153 views • 41:39
Introduction: “Only Human” — there’s a popular song our now by the title “I’m Only Human After All". In the song he says, "I'm only human after all Don't put your blame on me.” So he uses the excuse that he’s “only human” as a means not having responsibility. But this raises as huge question, "What does…
Behind the Story: God at work in a broken world
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Discipleship Gold Coast • Sermon • • 66 views • 39:23
When Gilead, Eastern Israel, became desparate, they sought help from the bandit Jephthah to lead them in the battle against their enemies. In return, he would be their ruler. But does great skill in battle make for a great leader? Join us as we discover the tragic consequences of promoting bad character.
James Mitchell • Sermon • • 47 views
Does the Bible support slavery? Why doesn't God just outright condemn slavery? In other words, is God the problem or the solution?
Roots: Genesis 1-3
JP Sibley • New City Fellowship • Sermon • • 27 views • 32:10
Songs For Our Heart
Michael Morse • Calvary Chapel Redeeming Grace • Sermon • • 26 views • 42:06
Introduction This is a basic philosophic existential question. What is man? What is man in the totality of things? Depending on your focus you could answer that question differently. Following the theory put forth by Darwin man is essentially insignificant. If you focus only on the natural world or “everything…
The Gospel According to Moses
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 21 views • 34:44
God is the ultimate Person in the universe. God is the almighty, faithful one. God has an infinite, perfect, heart of love and affection for his people. One might think we are talking about Christ's love for His church. All this is true. However, these things are true of how God treats His people in Old Testament as well. Come with the Grace Unted crew as we merely scratch the surface of all that the Lord is, as we explore His faithful heart of love.
uswtsaofficer • Sermon • • 20 views
Soup, Soap, Salvation 8 At the meeting I said to them, “We are doing all we can to redeem our Jewish relatives who have had to sell themselves to pagan foreigners, but you are selling them back into slavery again. How often must we redeem them?” And they had nothing to say in their defense. 10 Then he…
The Blood Still Works
Pastor Ellis Crum • Phoebus United Methodist Church • Sermon • • 19 views • unknown
Esther Grupp • Sermon • • 19 views
Virtus of a godly woman! How a woman should life her life pleasing to God.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 17 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Waren Webster, missionary to Pakistan, tells of his first attempt to be friendly to the children who came to watch him as he tore a crate apart to rebuild it as a desk. He said, "Hello," and they frowned and ran. He felt disappointed, but later they came back and he said it again,…
Frank Walker • Sermon • • 15 views
In order to serve God well, we not only have to know what he is but also what we are in relation to him. For the sake of time this evening, I will assume that we know something about God. But what do we know about ourselves? Are we like everything else in creation, or is there something unique about…
Christianity's Biggest Questions
Robert Turner • Clifford Baptist Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 49:51
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 11 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Some people, probably most people, and maybe all people have to learn how to be humble the hard way, and that is the humpty dumpty way of having a great fall. This was the case with Max Eastman. A film was being made on the life of Christ, and he happened to meet the well known…
Carson Hickox • Redeemer's Church • Sermon • • 10 views • 38:58
In the Beginning
Aaron Scott • Dale Bible Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 42:27
Ralph Sorter • Sermon • • 6 views
ADVICE DAD NEVER GAVE YOU Ralph Sorter Look across the audience. Look at many of the glowing faces. They are from our ladies who have brought into this world their children who are honoring them today. It’s the glow of motherhood. It’s the glow of happiness because their son or daughter has expressed…
Dr Theuns Jacobs • Shofar Cape Town City • Sermon • • 5 views • 56:46
“You will not know God, change deeply, nor win the world apart from community” -Tim Keller God’s ultimate intention for creation is the establishment of community.— Stanley Grenz The problem of loneliness God said, “It’s not good for the Man to be alone; I’ll make him a helper, a companion.” Loneliness…
Did the Bible Predict Science?
Dr. Jim Bohrer • Sermon • • 4 views
The human body points to the incredible complexity of each person. The overwhelming evidence points to an Intelligent Creator intricately designing people along with the rest of Creation. Denial of that idea flies not only in the face of what modern science discovers, but in the everyday experience you and I have that goes far beyond mere chemical, hormonal, and survival responses. We love, care, and relate to others in a way that demonstrates their value and uniquensess.
Embracing Hope by Eliminating Avoidable Errors
Robert C. Beckman Jr. • Sermon • • 3 views
Start Entice: Together this morning we have come together in worship. One people. One Church. One body. In unity of purpose and doctrine we have lifted the name of Jesus and encouraged one another. Can you imagine, that for some, worship has become a bone of contention? Engage: The Worship Wars began…