Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 3,158 views
“Spiritual Investments” Philippians 4.10-23 This morning, we are concluding our study in the letter to the Philippians. As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, there have been some things that I had expected when entering the study: Paul’s joy despite his imprisonment, his eternal perspective on his difficult…
Kent Carroll • Sermon • • 349 views
“I GOT THIS!” Scripture: II Cor. 12:1-10 Thesis: Show from Scripture that Christ’s power and grace is best displayed against the backdrop of human weakness. I. INTRODUCTION Someone has defined grace as “God’s provision for every need when we need it.” Perhaps you have heard of the acrostic, G. R. A.…
DANIEL JOHNSON • Sermon • • 222 views
My grace is sufficient for you 6/8/08 a.m. God’s Riches Available at Christ’s Expense This is a message of sufficient grace. God is sufficient for our spiritual ministries (2 Cor. 3:4–6) and our material needs (2 Cor. 9:8) as well as our physical needs (2 Cor. 12:9). If God’s grace is sufficient to save…
We are masters at complicating Things It doesd not matter how simple a thing may be, we will make it more complicated. look at the poor phone - what happened to it? Look at the poor tv, from b/w to colour, then 480p then HD ready, then full HD, now Uhd and 4K - what happened? And its not just tech. Look…
Inro: Welcome back to our 5th lesson in our series entitled “Satisfied.” We are learning how the scriptures drive home the truth and the ability to be: Content with our Possessions Content with our People Content with our Position in Christ Over the past several weeks we have looked at the truths of:…
Jason R. Staten • Sermon • • 36 views
this week is the final week of our 3 week series Psalms 23 Extreme. This week we will look at what happens when we make the total trust statements, the confessions of contentment, we are able to be generous in giving. This applies not only to our finances, but it applies to our time and our talents as well.
Joel Dawson • Sermon • • 7 views
Date: 7th January 2007 (Sunday AM) Ref: A0280 Place: Kambah P.S. Title: The Balloon Will Burst Text: & Hebrews 13:5 Illust: Blow Up Balloon: Australian Shoppers spent a record $23.7 billion in December Last week we learned that our national credit card bill is a record $37.3 billion. In the past 2 years…
Joel Dawson • Sermon • • 7 views
Date: 15th June 2008 (Sunday AM) Ref: A0389 Place: Kambah P.S. Title: Meet The Frugals Text: & 1 Timothy 6:6-10 Illust: Meet the Frugals. This is the generation who were born in the 1920s and early 1930s and who are today aged over 76. ~ Unlike their consumerist and some say wastrel baby-boomer children,…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 7 views
Philippians 14. God is GOOD! Hallelujah! He has given us many things. Each of us have talents, don’t we? [P] It is quite interesting to see what the Bible has to say about talents. It is easy to do these days with computers and software with search engines. You type in “talent” press enter and up come…
The Church at Work
When we work from a place of contentment a striving world takes notice of the kingdom character being formed in us. An important aspect of our spiritual growth and spiritual formation is the cultivation of a contentment that is not tied to our job, life circumstance, or even physical limitations, but to an increasing Christlikeness in our lives.
Pastor Wale Tejumade • Lofty Heights Christian Centre • Sermon • • 6 views • 43:24
God’s desire for you is to live a life of abundance, but there are things that hinders God’s abundance in your life. Listen to this sermon and know what hinders the blessings of God in your life. God bless you. We Celebrate You!. Folow us on Instagram: @MyLoftyHeights Twitter: @MyLoftyHeights Facebook: @MyLoftyHeights If you responded to the altar call, please send us an email with your name, number and prayer request to email@example.com. God bless you.
Thanksgiving - Is It what it is all about?
Matthew Roberts • Sermon • • 6 views
Contentment - "It arises from the inward disposition, and is the offspring of humility, and of an intelligent consideration of the rectitude and benignity of divine providence (Ps. 96:1, 2; 145), the greatness of the divine promises (2 Pet. 1:4), and our own unworthiness (Gen. 32:10); as well as from the view the gospel opens up to us of rest and peace hereafter (Rom. 5:2)."