Michael Stark • Sermon • • 8,312 views
“Then Elijah said to all the people, ‘Come near to me.’ And all the people came near to him. And he repaired the altar of the LORD that had been thrown down. Elijah took twelve stones, according to the number of the tribes of the sons of Jacob, to whom the word of the LORD came, saying, ‘Israel shall…
2 Peter and Jude
1 “Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine and milk without money and without cost. 2 Why spend money on what is not bread, and your labor on what does not satisfy? Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good, and you will delight…
Keith Larson • Sermon • • 101 views
Judah's most godly king, Josiah, was not able to bring lasting reform to Israel and Judah. Jesus Christ is the only King who can bring lasting reform, because he is the only King who can redeem us and free us from the guilt and power of sin.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 86 views
Through Jesus Christ, God has made possible a new relationship between himself and sinful humanity. This involves the renewal of human nature and eventually a renewal of creation itself.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 43 views
2 Timothy 3. INTRO: - call to Timothy to guard the faith, the truth, the Gospel, the doctrine. - The truth was under attack (2 Tim 2:16-18) people deserting the faith (2 Tim 1:15). - Why was there this urgent call to teach, to uphold and defend the truth? - because there was going to be an all out assault…
How does the mind effect the hope we have in Christ? What we think about is what we hope in! How we act tells us how we think! Listen as Pastor Cooper explains how Peter links the mind, heart, and holiness in the faith of a believer.
Whole-Life Worship Our understanding of worship is enhanced when we realize we are to honor and adore God in every aspect of our lives. I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.…
Life's Most Important Questions
The twenty-year old imagines death will not be imminent until they turn at least 60. The sixty-year old imagines easily living another twenty years. The eighty-year old knows that few make it to one-hundred, but they imagine themselves being among those few. No one denies the reality of death, but almost…