Brian D. Clater • Sermon • • 6,997 views
Joshua 14:6-14 Introduction: The Christian life is one of peaks and valleys. In order for us to experience peaks of life, we oftentimes must learn to go through life's valleys (e.g., low on cash, deferred dreams, and disappointments). Though we all go through these valleys, we don't have to stay there.…
The High Cost of Being Offended.
The Message Everyone Else Needs to Hear, But Not Me. The Sower Sows The Word 3 “Listen! Behold, a sower went out to sow. See, Listen, Dwell on. Take it in. Mark 4:20 "Hear the Word." Over 155 times God commands men to hear Him and His Word. Not one time is there a hint that what He says will be hard…
Brent Carter • Sermon • • 57 views
The Lord has more need of our weakness than of our strength: our strength is often His rival; our weakness, His servant, drawing on His resources, and showing forth His glory. Man’s extremity is God’s opportunity; man’s security is Satan’s opportunity. God’s way is not to take His children out of trial, but to give them strength to bear up against it
1. Don’t mistake Growth for Adulthood . Esau was a skilled hunter, he became good and hunting and cooking his meal but he never became good at Self Control . As Believers, we must have self-control because it’s a fruit of the Spirit . 22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness,…
Culture Shock - The Gospel of Mark
Mike Wolfe • PBC • Sermon • • 1 view • 40:37
Mike speaks on the needs of provision and guidance for PBC and our childlike faith and trusting in Christ as He desires His family to grow. God is good! Do we receive Him like a child? We're making a non-binding committment on Sept. 1, 2019. Will you pray with us? Will you pray for us - for God to speak to us and lead us clearly?
Ephesians (The Riches of Grace)
Blake Kenaum • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction Imagine with me that we are sitting in a concert hall and about the listen to a symphony. We have taken our seats, the orchestra makes their way out, are seated, and we wait for that very first note. Much to our surprise, the very first note is a loud crescendo, it delightfully shocks us…