Chris Fiske • Sermon • • 261 views
NOTE: This is the 4th sermon in a series that follows the Gospel of John from Christmas through the Easter season. Sermon 1 - Introduction to the Gospel of John/The preexistence of Jesus Christ. Sermon 2 - John the Baptist announce the long wait for the Messiah is over. Sermon 3 - Some very human encounters…
Billy D Strayhorn • Sermon • • 224 views
"Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O Lord, my strength and my redeemer." Page # "Who's In the Driver's Seat?" (Mark 8:31-38) INTRODUCTION: Joan trembled as she put on her lipstick. She never dreamed she would be caught in this predicament. Forty years old,…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 114 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Your kindness to one person can change the course of history for multitudes. Gypsy Smith was one of the great evangelists of the last century, and the beginning of the 20th. He won tens of thousands of people to Christ. His life was often in the midst of the crowd, but his greatest…
God doesn't loosely make statements of Himself. Whatever He proclaims of Himself it is ALWAYS to fine tune our faith. So what is the association of God and light? What does Him being light have to do with me and the life I live? Well I am glad you asked. It has everything to do with our everyday lives. So let's dig deep.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 47 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Feodore Dostoevski in The Brothers Karamazov brings Christ back to earth in imagination to a 16th century setting in Spain. It was during the terrible Inquisition when so-called heretics were being burned at the stake in great number. Jesus began at once to heal the sick, make the…
In a sermon absolutely rife with scripture, Pastor Dave draws many parallels between the death of Moses and the death of Jesus. More than that we see how every part of who Moses became pointed to Jesus. As Christians we are called to more than what is convenient; we are called to point to Jesus. Inconveniently Pastor Dave's microphone didn't last the entire sermon. tl;dr version of the sermon is this: Preach Jesus, and if necessary use words.
The I Am's Of Jesus Christ
Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 31 views • 25:25
In this life, it is hard to not get distracted by people claiming to have the answers. We need to know that if these people are not coming through Jesus then the answers they have do not lead to God or Heaven. Jesus is the Door and the Good Shepherd only He provides the means to an eternal relationship with God.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 23 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Howard Thurman in Disciplines Of The Spirit, tells of one of the most unusual jobs. A large General Hospital hired a high school girl to be there mice petter. Her sole occupation was to take white mice out of their cages several times a day and pet them. They had learned that when…
The Book of Colossians
Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 14 views • 26:52
We have things we seek, things we desire, long for. Paul instructs the Colossians to seek for and delight in Heavenly things, not the things of this Earth. He is telling them where their focus should be in life. Not on Earth, but in Heaven.
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Introduction: · There is no greeting in this epistle, John gets right to the point. · God is not living far off in outer space someplace, but is near and wants fellowship with us. · God has proven his love for us – Romans 5:8 · God’s son has come to the earth! The Eternal Existence of Jesus Christ—v.1…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 11 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Keith Miller in his book The Scent Of Love tells of the young intern who was brilliant and competitive, and wanted to get his hands on the toughest cases that came into the hospital. One day a man was brought in very sick. His temperature was high, his blood count was down, and…
The I Am's Of Jesus Christ
Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 9 views • 27:34
Sometimes we think God's main job is to fix our problems. We to understand God is the source of life and resurrection. We need to focus on the most important question; "Do you believe?"
Jesus Meets Our Deepest Needs
The Way and The Truth and The Life Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. Why prompted Jesus to say this iconic and powerful statement? It was a question, a question from Thomas one of His disciples. Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know…
Gospel of John
Only Jesus has the words of eternal life - where else should we go? If we desire to find life both here and now, and into eternity, then there is only thing to do - be a true disciple of Jesus Christ. In this message on John 6:60-71, Pastor Steve explains how a true disciple of Jesus follows the words of Christ even when they are hard to take, perseveres even when others fall away, and give their devotion fully to Christ.
He is The Reason
He Is The Reason_pt1: We Live Y ou’ll remember, friends, that when I first came to you to let you in on God’s master stroke, I didn’t try to impress you with polished speeches and the latest philosophy. I deliberately kept it plain and simple: first Jesus and who he is; then Jesus and what he did—Jesus…