Kent Carroll • Sermon • • 6,412 views
WHAT DOES THE LORD REQUIRE OF US? Scriptural Text: Micah 6:6-8 Wherewith shall I come before the Lord, and bow myself before the high God? shall I come before him with burnt offerings, with calves of a year old? 7. Will the Lord be pleased with thousands of rams, or with ten thousands of rivers of oil?…
Introduction Have you every been in a battle between two things. When I lived in Winnipeg, it was always a battle to which bus to take home after work. I guess I could take the same one every day, but what fun is that? What things to say. I have once heard someone say, you would be proud of me if you…
1 & 2 Samuel
Introduction: Welcome/Prayer (Text) 2 Samuel 10 Explain title - Play the Man It will be evident with the testimony I read near the end of the message It is an older expression, simply meaning to “be brave/strong”, “play the part”… “rise to the challenge/situation” Now the events of chapter 10, are first…
Matthew Allen • Sermon • • 5 views
We are in the midst of a time of challenge and difficulty. God often leads his people into the wilderness. Not to do them harm, but to mold and shape them. The trip into the wilderness doesn't have to be oneway, however. The only way out is casting off self-reliance and pride and leaning solely on the Lord.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 2 views
What יהוה requires. יהוהis seeking something….. perfect moral character! Turn to Micah chapter six. A few weeks ago retreat for teachers of Bethlehem school in Tauranga, speaker spoke of “canon with the canon” – we only use a small portion of the Scriptures. He said that we know nothing of the Minor…
Malachi Brown • Sermon • • 1 view
Jonah is a satire where the prophet who is supposed to be closest to God is even further away than the pagan sailors and Ninevites. Jonah is also a mirror for the Church. The Church is the bride of Christ, children of God, but that means something very different from an elevated status. As soon as we let the status of "God's chosen people" go to our heads, we become less sanctified than even our enemies.