Warren Pfohl • Sermon • • 3,159 views
Let me start today by asking you a question. What thoughts were going through your mind as you watched the slide show? And be honest with yourself. What were you feeling? I’m sure some of you felt pity as you thought of people who can’t walk, or talk, or see, communicate, or have lost the ability to…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 105 views
Human nature was created by God, is corrupted by sin and can only be renewed and recreated through the grace of God. Redemption was achieved by Jesus Christ taking upon himself sinful human nature on the cross, so delivering from the power and penalty of sin.
W. Charles Harris II • VILLAGE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF LOS ANGELES • Sermon • • 32 views • 55:00
Human nature is created by God God created humanity Ex 4:11 ; Is 45:12 See also Ge 1:26–27 ; Ps 95:6 ; Ps 100:3 ; Pr 22:2 ; Je 27:5 God created human beings as male and female Ge 1:27 ; Ge 5:2 See also Mk 10:6 God created human beings in his image and likeness Do not lie to one another, since you laid…
W. Charles Harris II • VILLAGE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF LOS ANGELES • Sermon • • 9 views • 52:56
Jesus Christ has redeemed from the corruption of the human nature and allowed us to be partakers of the divine nature.
Thomas R Wolthuis • Sermon • • 6 views
The Mosaic Image 2 Corinthians 3:18, 4:1-6 Theme: We are created and restored to image God in the world. Introduction: What is a mosaic? A. Hagia Sophia 1. Pictures a. Building b. Pantokrator mosaic 2. The history of the Pantokrator mosaic a. Hagia Sophia as the center of Eastern Christianity b. Constantine…
INTRODUCTION: Welcome/Prayer Explain the title - “The Gospel in the Trinity” The Gospel doesn’t bring forth the Trinity, rather the Trinity, the very nature of God gives us Good News… God is Good News… at least to those who worship Him My aim this morning is to equip you with basic Trinitarian language…
The Book of 2 Corinthians
Joshua Franklin • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 3 views • 24:02
This week Joshua Franklin presents a message from the Book of 2 Corinthians concerning our call to be ministers - servants to others of this new covenant, brought to us by Jesus.