Michael Stark • Sermon • • 1,615 views
“What shall I do with Jesus who is called Christ”  Almost every message I have heard from this text was directed to lost people. That is certainly appropriate. However, in our study today, I want to consider how this question applies not only to the lost, but also to each of us who bear the Name of…
Jesus' Formula for Prayer Introduction: Think: "Prayer" is letting God communicate with you. Five Keys To Effective Praying: I. Praise God. - L- v.9a; 13b A. Acknowledge His holy name. - L- v.9; Psalm 16:8; L- Matthew 7:21 B. Acknowledge His name has authority.- L- v.13b; L-Matthew 28:18 C. Acknowledge…
God brings home His lost sheep. He goes after the one and leaves the ninety-nine in the wilderness. For us, Holy Communion is a joyous foretaste of the feast of rejoicing in heaven over all of us lost sheep that Jesus has rescued.
God Is Right
Begins with a skit about a woman praying for a grateful heart, but God sends her the answer to her prayers in a way she is not thrilled with. At first anyway. Then Pastor Clay finishes up the sermon series, God Is Right, with the importance of us choosing to change our thinking to line up with God's truth. God is zealous for us, why do we believe lies that take us away from a right relationship with God?
Aaron Frost • Sermon • • 1 view
Holiness is presented in Isaiah 56 as a proper response to the coming salvation of the Lord. Reassurance is given to those who are outsiders - foreigners, eunuchs, outcasts - that they have a heritage with the Lord, that they will not be cast out. The watchmen of Israel are rebuked and judgment predicted on them for their laziness and presumption. All in all, the measure of God's servants is seen as a heart of love for God and His ways, not in mere outward conformity or national heritage.