Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 161,705 views
The Hand of the Lord: 1. is mighty. 2. is dangerous and deadly against His enemies. 3. empowers His servants. 4. can be heavy to discipline His people. 5. will help His people. 6. will always be with His people today.
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Introduction: the path of life is not an easy path to walk. Life is filled with all kinds of trials and temptations. You have probably heard the saying, “when life gives you a lemon, make lemonade!” Throughout the Bible there are people who have turned: Defeat into victory Trial into triumph They were,…
shawn smith • Sermon • • 12,802 views
6 Qualities of an Effective Sermon !. Biblical Accuracy cannot stress this one enough don’t know how many messages that we here sometimes that we have to question it Its one thing to take a passage of scripture and to preach it but be sure you know what the context is Be sure you are not imposing your…
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Introduction: Coming to the conclusion of our study in 1 John we see that John gathers together some of the Themes he has dealt with thought this book. One of the most important subjects in the Christian life is prayer. If we want the blessing of God on our life, if we want to enjoy genuine fellowship…
RICK ISBELL • Sermon • • 7,984 views
Can Anything Good Come Out of Nazareth? JOHN, the Book, the Man – Part 3 January 29, 2007 Dr. Rick Isbell READ – John 1: (40, 41,42a) 42b-51 1:42. When Jesus . . . looked at Simon (v.47), He knew the man’s character and destiny. - Jesus gave him the Aramaic name Cephas. - Peter is the Greek translation…
Chris Meirose • Sermon • • 6,930 views
Sermon - Acts 4:23-31 – When the church prays – Preached @ FCC 10/19/08 Lay Reading: Psalm 61:1-5 This morning I want to ask every member or active attending non-member to join me in a season of prayer for this church. I believe that it is essential that every member be involved in the process of prayer.…
Elliott Kwong • Sermon • • 5,983 views
Time with Abba - Bible Reading Schedule Jan l Feb l Mar l Apr l May l Jun l Jul l Aug l Sep l Oct l Nov l Dec Date Psalms OT NT Proverbs 1/1 Ps 1:1-6 Gen 1:1-2:25 Matt 1:1-2:12 Prov 1:1-6 1/2 Ps 2:1-6 Gen 3:1 - 4:26 Matt 2:13-3:6 Prov 1:7-9 1/3 Ps 2:7-12 Gen 5:1 - 7:24 Matt 3:7-4:11 Prov 1:10-19 1/4…
Jonathan Togonon • New Life Harvest Community • Sermon • • 5,973 views • 1:09:17
Intro Text - Acts 3.19-21 19 Repent therefore and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, so that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord, 20 and that He may send Jesus Christ, who was preached to you before, 21 whom heaven must receive until the times of restoration of all…
Chase Knudsen • First Christian Church • Sermon • • 3,898 views • 46:30
Today Josh Shroeder shares his testimony and encourages us by ending on a reading in Ephesians. Afterwards Pastor Chase kicks off our new sermon series through James. Grab your Bible and follow along!
Bill Gordon • Sermon • • 3,691 views
Missionary Protected By Angels 1Ki 19:5; Ps 68:17; Ps 104:4; Lu 16:22; Ac 12:7-11; Ac 27:23; Heb 1:7,14; John Paton was a missionary in the New Hebrides Islands. One night hostile natives surrounded the mission station, intent on burning out the Patons and killing them. Paton and his wife prayed during…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 3,185 views
The fellowship that believers share as a result of their common union with God through Jesus Christ is expressed in life together. It is evident in worship together, in a love for one another which reflects God’s own love and in a practical commitment to one another which is demonstrated in concern for the weak and readiness to share with the poor and needy.
Scott Thielen • Sermon • • 3,169 views
“Introducing God’s Servant” Developing the Heart of a Servant Emmanuel Bible Church October 13, 2002 Pastor Scott Thielen Text: Mark 1:1-13 Idea: Mark’s opening introduction to Jesus as God’s Servant Introduction Hook Everyone in this room lives somewhere. And the place you live has an address. And at…
Joshua Trosper • Sermon • • 2,978 views
13 Is anyone among you suffering? Let him pray. Is anyone cheerful? Let him sing praise. 14 Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord. 15 And the prayer of faith will save the one who is sick, and the…
[Acts] The Church Empowered
Christopher Campbell • Sermon • • 2,973 views • 28:55
What do you do when you encounter something new? Do you stand in the way of change, or get on board? This was a choice Peter and certain believers in Jerusalem faced when God gave the Gentiles the same gift of the Holy Spirit that he had given to the Jewish Christians earlier. Should the Jewish Christians unite with Gentiles in Christian fellowship? Should they go as far as to break bread in Gentile homes too?
Richard L. Melvin • Sermon • • 2,758 views
Discipleship 101 Intro: One of the things that I like about teaching at the school is the flow that it provides for the year. I think of years, not according to the Gregorian calendar, but according to the flow of events that surround the school. August is exciting with in-service, open house and the…
[Acts] The Church Empowered
Christopher Campbell • Sermon • • 2,746 views
Perilous times call for persevering prayer.
SOMETHING IS BOUND TO HAPPEN WHEN THE CHURCH BEGINS TO PRAY
James Darrett • Sermon • • 2,733 views
When the Pastor or the church in trouble the church must come together and pray becasue something is bound to happen when the church begins to pray.
Discovering the Church
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Sermon • • 2,725 views • 53:36
God frequently rescues people from danger, suffering and sin, often through human agency.
Ferdinand Funk • Sermon • • 2,570 views
THE KING IS BORN 2:1 Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, 2 saying, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we have seen His star in the East and have come to worship Him.” 3 When Herod the king heard…
Chris Hodges • Sermon • • 2,297 views
Introduction: (1) Based upon external evidence (e.g., Papias, Irenaeus, Tertullian & Origen), John Mark is the most likely human author of the second gospel account as arranged in our English translations. (2) Who is John Mark and what can we as Christians learn from him today? Discussion: I. Lesson…
The Gospel of John
Alexander Galvez • Overflow Ministries • Sermon • • 1,944 views
Intro John 1:10-13 I am not sure how many of you are familiar with the short story of Rip Van Winkle. Essentially it is a story of man who hated work, but was truly a great neighbor. He was always ready to lend a helping hand and was rather liked by everyone in the town. They all knew him and they all…
Dr. John Wheeler • Sermon • • 1,931 views
Acts 13 Table of Contents The Bible Exposition Commentary. 1 The Bible Knowledge Commentary. 1 Wiersbe’s Expository Outlines. 1 The Bible Exposition Commentary Antioch in Syria—Decision (Acts 13:1–5) That sainted missionary to India and Persia, Henry Martyn, once said, “The Spirit of Christ is the spirit…
Earl Hardy • Sermon • • 1,812 views
Lesson 1: The Author and Perfecter of the Plan Introduction “What in the world is going on?” You have probably asked this question or a similar one more than once in your life. We ask this question when we perceive that what is happening does not seem to square with our understanding of how things are…
Bob Pritchett • Sermon • • 1,802 views
Theological Poetics: Typology, Symbol, and the Christ The Theory and Method of Biblical Typology A modern introduction to biblical typology should begin inductively with several examples of certain shadows and types from Old Testament passages widely acknowledged to be prefigurative in character, seeking…
Rick George • Sermon • • 1,724 views
Strong Tower vs. Imagined Walls: Where Is Your Faith? In God or in the world? Preached on July 17, 2005 at Skillman Bible Church Pastor Terry is about to begin a series on what students of the Bible call the “Wisdom literature” of the Bible where he will take us, not straight through one book, but instead…