Robin Koshy • Sermon • • 2,045 views
Intro We left off last time at Nehemiah 3. The theme of the book is “Building God’s people for God’s work.” The first seven chapters are about God’s work. The last six are about building God’s people. We are now at winding down the first half of the book about doing God’s work. If we are trying to outline…
Robin Koshy • Sermon • • 45 views
Intro We have made it to the final sermon of 1 Peter before the recap! I really love this book. Do I say that about every book we study? There are really great life-long lessons the Lord has taught me through this study. I thank the Lord for that! Peter closes his letter with some final words about perseverance.…
365 days of Spurgeon
A daily devotion, a ministry of Faith Baptist Church - Can the devil win? -What can I do during a struggle? faithbaptistelpaso.org faithlife.com/faithelpaso
Jesus at the Center
Giving Forgiveness is not always easy in family! Jesus gives us some guidelines on how to forgive.
Sung Chang • Sermon • • 12 views
Jesus Walks On Water Pt. 2 Matthew 14:22-33 I. Intro a. Courage Admired i. We all appreciate virtues, being a Christian that should be a given, 1. our faith is virtuous, our Lord and Savior is the most virtuous man to ever live 2. but some virtues stand out above the rest, especially when it is publically…
Ephesians: God's New Society
What is real spiritual warfare? What are we supposed to do? With all the less than biblical teaching in our world, it can be hard to know what we are to do and what's true. But when we take the Bible seriously, we find that it's simpler than we thought and more effective than we thought. Pastor Steve explains what real spiritual warfare is and how to get into the battle on this message on Ephesians 6:10-20.
Attributes of Love
The Christian may not be able to forget some wrongdoings, but how is he supposed to act when he remembers those wrongdoings that have been repented of?
Loneliness can plague all of us at times. One could be surrounded by people who love and care for them, yet still feel alone in their thoughts and in the internal struggles and challenges that they face. Even when there are no medical issues and no chemical imbalances triggering depression and the like,…
“ For the word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword and piercing as far as the division of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart. And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are open and laid…