GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 3,463 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease A young sportsman just back from a hunting trip in India was criticizing the efforts of the missionaries there. He said that in all the months he was there he never saw any good they were doing. It was all a useless waste of money and effort. A returned missionary overheard him…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 81 views
Scripture uses the term to refer to both the physical act of seeing, and also the gift of spiritual insight. All things, physical and spiritual, are seen by God.
Doyle Walker • Sermon • • 76 views • 34:09
To the gentiles and the Jews Both Paul’s compassion for his fellow Jews and his call to the gentiles are obvious from the start of his journey. In Acts 13 , the apostle sets off and begins to preach to the Jews and the gentiles. However, as soon as the non-believing Jews start to revile Paul and contradict…
Pastor Luke preached from 2 Corinthians 4:16-18 where the main idea was, "We take heart because the eternal outweighs the temporal." His points included: Let’s take heart (verse 16), Let’s see what outweighs our problems (verse 17), and Let’s fix our eyes on what is unseen (verse 18).
Introduction: My name is Adam, I’m the pastor here at Abide Church Next week will continue our meta series in the “Sermon on the Mount” but will be starting a new Mini Series titled: Jesus and the Law. [slide] Questions: Text: (509) 440-2259 [slide] 3 Aspects to Giving Motivation Perspective Timing I…
A New Vision for New Vision: Clay in the Potter's Hands
In this installment of our focus on "A New Vision for New Vision," Pastor Jeremy tackles how Christian transformation takes place and how we as a body ought to be focusing our efforts on helping others to find transformation by reflecting Christ.
Acts (Spirit-Led Church)
Through the power of prayer we see the mighty hand of God at work. We must remember & trust that in every circumstance all things work together for the good of those who love God. And the evil & wicked will be judged before the Mighty & Holy Lord.