Robin Koshy • Sermon • • 8,787 views
Intro There is a popular saying which I think was first spoken by Joseph Kennedy, father of John F. Kennedy, which goes: “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”  Later, singer Billy Ocean, in the early 1980s, popularized it further when he put it into a song. It ended up becoming the theme…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 273 views
Giving glory to God through worship and through upright living. God’s people are exhorted to praise him and to bring honour to his name.
Unlocking the Secrets of the Christian life
As a confirmation of our faith Peter tells us to add virtue to our faith. When you furnish faith with virtue you live a life worth of praise.
Plan of Salvation 14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. Day 2 Using the following verse, develop in your own words a five-point outline for sharing the essential facts of the Gospel with someone. Write two or…
Turn to 2 Peter 1 When I entered the Army right after high school, becoming a disciplined soldier came easy to me. In many ways, I was a good soldier. I obeyed my orders, performed my duties to the best of my ability …. Discipline was not much of a struggle for me. My struggle with was self-control –…
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.
Pastor Harold Wedderburn • FMM • Sermon • • 44 views • 54:38
God's plan for our eternity is to become Priests and Kings, but for us to recieve our inheritance we must turn from evil and seek to do good.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 37 views
The giving of glory to God through acts of praise and obedience. Believers are to glorify God in their lives, as Jesus Christ glorified him in his life.
We’ve spent about 4 months or so talking about spiritual gifts. I wanted to approach the topic from various angles to get a broader understanding of this spiritual truth. My goal was and still is to motivate each of us to intentionally pursue Christ, pursue the gifts of the Spirit and then put them into…
Does God offer us a smorgasbord when it comes to religion, or does He offer something else? What happens when we treat religion like a smorgasbord? How did Jesus treat God's commandments?