Greg Doebler • Sermon • • 8,493 views
The Value of God’s Word Bargains or Values: What are you Shopping for in life? Psalm 119:97-103 Have you ever heard the expression you get what you pay for? What someone was trying to convey in that expression is that value doesn’t come cheap. When we’re shopping for something of value we’re shopping…
When I became a Believer, I was told that I needed to grow in my walk with Jesus. You hear about people who give their lives to God and BAM, they are like one of the disciples or something. People say that Jesus changed them, but how? For me, it seemed that there was a long list of things that I had…
The Six Characteristics of a Disciple of Jesus Christ Spiritual Enthusiasm 25 “Then I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be clean; I will cleanse you from all your filthiness and from all your idols. 26 “Moreover, I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; and I will remove…
Tonight we are going to look at the Bible. It was never meant to sit on your shelf, but to be read, studied and used a guide book for our lives. To deepen (or to form) your conviction that the Bible, as God’s Word, can be trusted more than your feelings, values, opinions, and culture. Think about this.…
Sunday PM Service
Pastor Bruce Patterson • Northside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 77 views • 47:19
Sermon Title: The Gifts Of God I. The Greatest Gift II. Gifts That Accompany Salvation a. The Holy Spirit - The Fruit Of The Spirit - The Spiritual Gifts b. The Holy Word c. The Holy Church Close: The Best Life We Can Live While On Earth
Mike Brown • First Christian Church • Sermon • • 65 views • 51:34
Reading God's Word is the best way we can learn who God is, who Jesus is, and who we are. Join us for week 2 of our Hot Wheels series for some great tips on engaging God's Word.
Changing Lives forever
Intro Your ministry should flow from your personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Who you are is more important than what you do. The demands of life and ministry can distract us from our most important relationship with Jesus Christ. Abiding in Christ is being connected to Jesus in a vital, living…
Dwight Carter • Zoar MB Church • Sermon • • 43 views • 56:40
There is power in the words that we hear. Everyday we are bombarded with words from our culture, but it is the words that God has spoken that we should give the most attention to and allow to speak to our hearts.
God is Great. God is Good.
Intro: Today we are jumping right into our sermon time of worshiping together with God’s Word. Lord willing, as we conclude our gathering we are going to worship thru singing in response to the Word. So would you stand with me as we begin by reading chapter three of II Timothy? Read: II Timothy 3 Transition:…
Me and The Church
Kuya Gil Palero • CLSF M • Sermon • • 30 views • 1:04:10
As an individual believer and as a church, our very first ministry is to the Lord. We have been set apart and called first to worship Him, worship that is a loving response to a relationship with God, Him being our first love. Remember always, there is nothing more important than this. When we talk of ministry to the Lord, we are dealing here more of our hearts affection and personal devotion to God.
Today is “Father’s Day”. Statistics said a decade ago that if both father and mother go to church, 72% of the children will also go to church after they grow up. If only the father goes to church, the percentage drops to 55%. However, if only the mother goes to church, only 15% of those children will…
We are in the holidays and while we are trying to follow and focus on Jesus, it’s hard sometimes because the enemy of our souls hates us and hates Jesus. These holidays are difficult because all sorts of stuff gets in the way of our walk with the Lord... Saints Christmas Activities Addiction Family aggrivation…
The Book of Proverbs
Pastor Al Addleman • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 22 views • 49:21
This week Pastor Al Addleman continues through the Book of Proverbs with a teaching from Chapter 26:13-28. In this study we go over four areas of conduct that need to be reigned in, in the course of our lives.