GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 6,179 views
WILL WE EAT IN HEAVEN based on Rev. 22:1-6 By Glenn Pease Benjamin Franklin formed a very close friendship with a Frenchwoman, who was 40 years younger than himself, when he was the American Minister in Paris. They wrote numerous letters to each other and though she refused all his proposals, she did…
James Anson • Sermon • • 2,162 views
Me: Thanks Citipointe. Introduce myself. I’m going to share with you as our custom is, some thoughts to help you, challenge you and stimulate you find some real answers for your life. Open with two Pics: 1. Pic of vege dish. how do you feel? Pic of pavalova. How do you feel now? 2. Pic of universe. How…
Frank Walker • Sermon • • 1,849 views
Food miracles occur frequently in the Bible. When Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt, the Lord miraculously fed them with quail and manna, and gave them water from a rock. Ravens brought bread and meat to Elijah twice each day while he was at the brook Cherith, and then the Lord worked through…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 931 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Gigi is Billy Graham's daughter, and she writes about one of those days she wishes she could wipe off the calendar. It all started with an experience some of you have had. It was flood damage to their house. The carpet men were there replacing the water ruined carpet. She was trying…
BBBI - OT101.1 - Genesis I
CJ Walker • Bible Institute • Sermon • • 441 views • 1:15:26
Have you trusted, personally, God’s remedy for your individual sin? are you covered by the righteousness of Christ, your sinless substitute sacrifice?
Don't Be Anxious
A recent Pew research poll indicated that 20% of Americans have been displaced during the COVID-19 epidemic. That’s around 66.2 mil. Probably NOT moving willingly Emotional health of people is big concern for pastors right now. “No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the…
What things in life delight you? What do you live for? What is it in this life that fills you with satisfaction? A freshly brewed cup of coffee in the morning, sitting down in the quiet of the early morning, reading my bible and letting the Word of Christ dwell in my heart richly. Walking out to my garden,…
Michael McDonald • Sermon • • 138 views
Lust, Gluttony, Indulgence, Sin I once read the true story of a duke named Raynald III, who lived during the fourteenth century. His sad life illustrates how giving in to our lustful desires-the very thing we often equate with freedom actually robs us of freedom and true joy. Raynald III lived a life…
Edward Keith Hassell • Sermon • • 134 views
A Hunger For God Pastor Keith Hassell August 30, 1998 Foundation Scripture: Psalm 107:8-9, 17-22, 33-43; Matthew 5:6 I. God is looking for a hungry people to bless A. God will dry up the land around the wicked in order to cause the hungry to dwell in it B. God will satisfy the longing soul, and fill…
Jesus demonstrated his compassion in supporting the weak, healing the sick, comforting the bereaved, feeding the hungry, finding and forgiving sinners, and giving rest to the weary soul. We are most like-Christ as we emulate Jesus’ ways of compassion.
Gospel of John
Last week we saw how Jesus, fully committed to doing the Will of the Father... …and therefore being on His own timetable... had waited to go up to the Feast of Tabernacles (Booths). If you recall, Jesus’ own brothers didn’t truly believe in Him... …and so they told Jesus to go up to the Feast of Tabernacles…in…
Kathy Hagedorn • Sermon • • 90 views
Date: May 19/20, 200 7 Topic: Title: Helping Others Theme: Donating Food Verse: Matthew 25:40 “I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did to me.” Object: Enough food for the food shelf for each child to put a “Faith Creek” sticker on it. “Faith Creek”…
Hebrews: Jesus is Better
A healthy faith is strengthened and evidenced by a healthy diet and exercise. Our food is grace, and our exercise is to praise God and to show kindness and to share what God provides.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 59 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Lucy Webb Hayes was one of the greatest mothers to ever live in the White House. She was the wife of the 19th President of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes, who was elected in 1877. She was the first college educated first lady of the United States, but more important, she…
At the Table
Intro We don’t always have a super great relationship with food these days. 9% of americans will suffer from some sort of eating disorder in their life 10,200 deaths each year are the direct result of an eating disorder—that’s one death every 52 minutes. We also are more and more cut off from where our…
Being Fed (Summer 2020)
Rev. Christian B Creyer • Sermon • • 29 views • 21:24
Gracious and loving God, as we come before you this day, we long to be the faithful stewards of this world and all that you have given to us to care for. We know that our honest and faithful following of your Son is what will bring us into glory in our due time. So, we ask in the coming moments, help…
In our hurried pace and fast food culture, we forget that meals bring people together not just provide food. When it relates to Jesus and the “feast” that he brings sometimes we care more about what’s on the Master’s Table than the Master himself. The Giver is always better than the gift and we need to Taste and See that the Lord is Good.
Eating together is an important feature of almost all cultures. But what makes it so important to share food with others? Is it the same for Christians, or does it have even more significance? Join us as we look at why eating together is so important, and how we can do it better.
If you were put in charge of running the universe for a week, imagine the important concerns that would occupy your mind: Making sure that the heavenly bodies remained in their orbits, causing the water cycle to nurture the earth, painting an sunset that ran from the north pole to the south and traveled…