Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 6,596 views
April 19, 2015 Intro – A man and wife were in the grocery store discussing some expensive tomatoes when a 6.6 earthquake hit. Cans and bottles crashed to the floor and things were shaking for a few seconds. When the rolling stopped, they finished shopping and returned home. But while unpacking things,…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 538 views
BY PASTOR GLENN PEASE Off the coast of the Italian Riviera a large bronze statue of Christ has been installed down in the depths of the sea as a symbol that Christ is Lord of the deep. Jesus is the only man in history who demonstrated He was also God by controlling this great force in creation-the sea.…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 490 views
April 12, 2015 Intro – The first time I was ever in Boston I quickly found a great difference between there and where I lived in SoCal. In SoCal, if you want to go to Disneyland or Sea World, you don’t need GPS. Signs from LA to San Diego point you exactly where you need to go. The closer you get, the…
Dennis Wilkinson • Sermon • • 437 views
Does God Want Christians to Perform Miracles Today? — John C. Whitcomb, Jr. Director of Postgraduate Studies Grace Theological Seminary Introduction One of Satan’s most insidious purposes, through the ages, has been to enter a wedge between God’s people and God’s infallible, inerrant Word. It all began…
The Miracles of Jesus in the Gospel Of John
Pastor Randy Bradley • Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 285 views • 24:36
Our faith in God needs to grow. It grows when God works in big ways in our lives and it needs to grow when God works in unseen ways as well. God is always working in our lives even when we don't see it.
D. Schreck • Sermon • • 72 views
The God of the Impossible By Daniel D. Schreck Pastor of Assimilation/Small Groups First Assembly of God Christian Center Fort Wayne, Indiana Text: Luke 18:27 He replied, “What is impossible from a human perspective is possible with God.” Luke 1:37 “For nothing is impossible with God.” Topic: How to…
Redemption: How Jesus Frees Us
In the plagues, God demonstrates his power over Pharaoah/Egypt, over Satan, over all creation, over false gods, and over our idols. Additionally we see him set apart his people and disguise between them and the people of Egypt. Finally God exhibits his patient grace in the midst of the plagues. He is truly slow to anger. His wrath is measured, he doesn't just fly off the handle. And in his patient grace his desire is that everyone might turn to faith in Jesus Christ.