Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 1,049 views
Blessing God (A Thanksgiving Sermon) Psalm 103:1-5 Pastor Richard E. Powell Fort Caroline Baptist Church November 22, 2009 Big Idea: I can bless the Lord when I remember how He has blessed me. Scripture Introduction: We often talk about wanting God to bless us, but today I want to talk to you about blessing…
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Read Psalm 78:1-8 A Call to a Legacy of Worship Story of Joachimsthal, Germany, and the legacy of faith they passed to their children The Purpose of Psalm 78 “ Psalms 73–83 form a Levitical collection , the Asaph psalms….” (McCann) This collection starts where Book 3 of the Psalms begins with Psalm 73…
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In the new new Baptist Hymnal, Praise to the Lord, the Almighty is the very first hymn. In my humble opinion, I think this is an appropriate place for this hymn—one of my favorites. It was written by the German Calvinist Joachim Neander (1650-1680). He started his youth as something of a prodigal. The…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 138 views
Worship is turning to God in awe, praise and joy, as his people realise how wonderful he is. Prayer is a natural part of worship: to know God is to want to worship him and pray to him.
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Title: Five Kernels. Text: Psalm 103:1-5. CIT: God deserves our praise for all He has and is doing for us. Theme: Praising God for all He has done and is doing in our lives. Purpose: Salvation/Discipleship. Introduction The Pilgrim fathers who landed at Plymouth Rock over 300 years ago knew nothing of…
Mike Measley • EFBC - Evangelical Free Bible Church (Clarks Summit, PA) • Sermon • • 112 views • 46:32
This morning we will be looking at part of the conversation Jesus had with the Samaritan woman he met at a well when he travelled through Samaria. Let’s review some of the context before jumping right into the text for today. Last week we read from the ESV. Today, I will be reading from the NASB. Therefore…
Pastor Chad A. Miller • Sermon • • 73 views • 42:44
Psalm 145 beautifully lays out the Reality, Responsibility, the Reason, and the Return for letting PRAISE of our Great God be the major theme of our lips. A community of praise is compelling.
Dr. John Barnett • Sermon • • 34 views
March 17, 2012 By John Barnett Read, print, and listen to this resource on our website www.DiscoverTheBook.org As we open to Luke 2:36, and are introduced to the life of Anna, I’d ask you to underline two words in your mind. First, in v. 36 “she was of great age”—underline in your mind OLD. Second, in…
WE'RE BACK WORSHIPING AT 9 & 11 AM!! Join us for our new sermon series "SHIFT". Invite family and friends to worship with us Sundays at 9 & 11AM. Imagine Café and Kidz Zone open at 8:30 & 10:30AM. Dare to Imagine located at 6611 Ardleigh Street, Philadelphia (parking lot located at 6610 Anderson Street).
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 20 views
Prayer embraces praising God for who he is, thanking him for what he has already done, and looking forward with joy to what he has promised to do in the future.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 20 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease You will, no doubt, think me strange for saying it, but I am thankful for my ignorance. It gives me so much to be thankful for. My vast ocean of ignorance is my playground where I can fish for new insights, and I can dive for the sunken treasure of golden truths that lay hidden…
Intro 31 To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. 32 Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” Look at the NLT version... 31 Jesus said to the people who believed in him, “You are truly my disciples if you remain faithful…
The Three Most Important Components of Prayer 1. Forgiveness - vertical and Horizontal 2. Faith - For without faith is is impossible to please God. 3. Faithful - It is required of a man to be found faithful PUSH - Pray Until Something Happens Forgiveness - the foundation upon which we build everything…