Justin Langley • Sermon • • 1,148 views
The Bible has a lot to say about words. Why do we speak? Why are we humans characterized by communication? The Bible indicates in a variety of ways that we communicate because God communicates. God speaks! Eternally, before creation, God was a communicating God. Within the eternal bliss of the Trinity,…
Introduction Good morning and welcome to Dishman Baptist Church. This may be the single most important message that I’ve preached since coming to Dishman. Now I realize that I’ve only been here a little over six months but this message is so very critical to where we are as a church and what some of…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 76 views
Paul, previously known as Saul, had been a zealous persecutor of the church, but an encounter with the risen Christ (c. a.d. 35) led to his becoming the apostle to the Gentiles, with a mission to proclaim the gospel throughout the Gentile world. He was probably martyred during the persecutions of Nero, possibly in a.d. 67.
Patrick Fontaine • Sermon • • 44 views
intro Il y a deux prisoniers Dans l’ouvrage d'Alexandre Solzhenitsyn “un jour dans la vie d'Ivan Denisovitch”, Il y a deux prisoniers Dans l’ouvrage d'Alexandre Solzhenitsyn “un jour dans la vie d'Ivan Denisovitch”, Ivan souffre toutes les horreurs d'un camp de prisons soviétique. Un jour, il prie avec…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 35 views
Evangelism arises from a natural response to the grace of God, a concern for those who have yet to hear the good news and a desire to be faithful to the great commission to bring the good news to the ends of the earth. Evangelism is guided and directed by the Holy Spirit.
Jeff Brown • Sermon • • 12 views
My Imprisonment is for Christ Life of Joy in Christ - A Study of Philippians Philippians 1:13 "So that it has become known throughout the whole imperial guard and to all the rest that my imprisonment is for Christ." (Philippians 1:13, ESV) 1. The Imperial or Praetorian Guard were an elite group of soldiers…
David Griesemer • Sermon • • 10 views
PHILADELPHIA: A Missionary Church or a Soul winning Church Revelation 3:7-13 Introduction: Of all churches, this my pick to join. No complaint; all commendations – (positives) Some background: · Philadelphia approx. 125 miles from coast, · 30 miles SE/Sardis. · “Brotherly love.” (2 Greek words) Today–Alasehir…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 7 views
Though facing hardships, missionaries receive strength from God to enable them to carry out their task. They are entitled, too, to receive support, encouragement and financial assistance from other believers.