Matthew Kratz • Sermon • • 6,969 views
Take up Your Cross and Follow Me: Mt. 16:24-28 Everton Community Church. Sunday September 30th 2007. At this time of year, most people have completed their holidays and are back focusing on work. Were your holiday’s what you expected? The following are actual responses from comment cards given to the…
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Churches are confused. There appears to be no consensus on what function the church serves in the world. Building up believers, evangelizing the lost, feeding the poor, lobbying government, and protesting legislation are just a few of the functions churches feel compelled to perform. Rick Warren recognized…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 878 views
The process by which believers are conformed to the likeness of Jesus Christ, especially in relation to obedience to and trust in God. Through the Holy Spirit, God refashions believers in the image of his Son, who is set before them as a model of the form of the redeemed life.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 791 views
Knowing God has a transforming effect on a person spiritually and morally and makes that person bold in actions for God. Not knowing God in the present will result in dissatisfaction and degeneration into wickedness and in the future will bring eternal alienation from him.
George Toews • Sermon • • 736 views
Ephesians 4:17- 5:4 Introduction The other day I was at the city wide prayer gathering and a man came and sat beside and I knew immediately that he was a police officer. How did I know that? The clothing he wore identified him as such. Have you ever been to a mall and tried to identify people? Have you…
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 259 views
There is a trend today of pastors becoming instructors in Christ but not many are willing to take on the role of a spiritual father. If we are going to grow up the next healthy generation of christians and ministers we must learn how to become spirtual fathers and not just spiritual instructors.
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…
Most Christians are frustrated, discouraged, and defeated because they do not know and apply the fantastic truths taught in Romans 6 . If you will learn these truths and apply them, you will feel victorious in your Christian walk. I. Three Phases of Your Salvation 1. Justification Justification is being…
People become confused… excitement when first saved turns into confusion and frustration when things don’t go perfect. At first there is victory, joy &, peace, but then the struggles come back… old habits pop back up. question if you are saved... People want to do the right things, but they don’t. Two…
Today we are going to have an exercise class. Some of you just had a surge of fear run through you. Some love exercise and some hate it but it’s good for us. Today will be a spiritual exercise class. You may think why do I need to esxercise spiritually? God tells us to. 7 Don’t waste time arguing over…
The Book of 1 Timothy
Joshua Franklin • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 50 views • 38:12
This week Joshua Franklin continues through the Book of 1 Timothy with a teaching from Chapter 4:6-16. In this message, Josh looks at Paul’s encouragement of Timothy and how he should handle those within the church body.
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The Christians Walk Our Duty to Walk as Jesus Walked The Lesson’s to be learned from this passage: The genuineness of our profession shows in our walk. 1. 1 John 2:4 is a believer who says he knows Christ but does not keep His commandments. 2. 1 John 2:6 is the obligation to the one who says he abides…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 39 views
The process of development and maturing, used to refer to the progress of the kingdom of God and the spiritual development of believers. Scripture uses images of growth (such as seeds, plants and infants) to stress the dynamic nature of personal faith and the kingdom of God.
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“Put Off, Put On” Eph. 4:20-32 Intro – Change is hard. Change for the good is hard. Change is possible. And change is expected. A major theme of the book of Ephesians is change. Let me see if I can demonstrate this to you as we take a step back and look at the big picture. We’ve been working our way…
H. aving a foundation Life Changing Experience Another part of having a foundation is having a “life changing” experience. Remember, we don’t offer an empty practicing of religion, but an experience that changes lives! We use the term life changing for all kinds of superficial things. Maybe a meal we…
Changed into His Image
This is the audio portion of Unit 1 Day 3 as Pastor Kevin Sullivan takes us through the questions and give us insight on some of the answers that can help us in our walk with Christ from the Series: Changed into His Image