Franklin Rivera • Sermon • • 1,798 views
La santidad nos habla de propósito . Según la revelación bíblica, la santidad es: (1) Una cualidad fundamental de Dios y de Su Espíritu; (2) una virtud indispensable de todo verdadero creyente; y (3) un atributo de ciertos lugares, objetos, días, fechas, acciones, etc Ventura, S. V. (1985). En Nuevo…
George Stadler • Sermon • • 1,251 views
THE BATTLE FOR HOLINESS 1 Peter 1:13 INTRODUCTION: A. If you shop the Christian bookstores, you have probably noticed that from year-to-year different topics become "hot" for awhile, & there are suddenly dozens of books related to that particular topic available from a variety of publishers. A few years…
Robert L. Smith • Sermon • • 1,023 views
lass=MsoNormal>Jesus’ High Priestly prayer- part 2 (John 17: 17-19)July 6, 2008 (Pray) In my last sermon we entered into the holy of holies, as we looked in the 17th chapter in the book of John. We heard the prayer of Jesus to His Father concerning us, those who have trusted Jesus as our personal Savior.…
Hebrews: Jesus is Better
Jeff Griffis • Branson Bible Church • Sermon • • 465 views • 51:01
With confidence in Christ’s work and with comfort and courage in the Father’s love and plan, we can straighten our posture and right our paths to help one another run faith’s race well. To do that, we need to work peaceably with each other and prioritize holiness.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 197 views
The process of renewal and consecration by which believers are made holy through the work of the Holy Spirit. Sanctification is the consequence of justification and is dependent upon a person being in a right relationship with God.
God exist as a TRINITY . When I first began to study the Bible years ago, the doctrine of the Trinity was one of the most complex problems I had to encounter. I have never fully resolved it, for it contains an aspect of mystery. Though I do not totally understand it to this day, I accept it as a revelation…
Palm Sunday 2019
INTRODUCTION Today is Palm Sunday! It is so named because when Jesus entered Jerusalem for what would be the last time, the crowds lined the roadway and waved palm branches… ( Luke 19:28-40 ) This morning, I would like to move beyond His triumphal entry, to the CROSS! And do our best to consider the…
Floyd Knight • Sermon • • 42 views
This sermon explores why the faulty exegesis and hermeneutic principles of the Restoration Movement and the earlier founders like the Campbells and 2nd generational leaders like David Lipscomb lead them to faulty conclusions regarding what was a Biblical essential and what was not: God's horizontal reconciliation of humanity for which slavery, racism, ethnocentrism were violations. I list five exegetical and hermeneutical fallacies they held that led them to make heretical claims.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 41 views
The moral excellence of God that unifies his attributes and is expressed through his actions, setting him apart from all others. Believers are called to be holy as God is holy.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 38 views
The people of God, especially in relation to their being set apart from the world to serve him. Believers are called upon to lead holy lives worthy of their calling.
Sermon • • 32 views
Introduction: I. Call to Holiness A. The Ministry of John the Baptist John’s ministry was to prepare the hearts of the people for the work that Jesus was going to do. I believe that every great work that God wants to do in any individual’s life or in a church will start off with repentance. It’s going…
Dr. David Fincher • Sermon • • 29 views
It’s dangerous to use a word and not know what it means. (Mr. Barrett illustration) There is a chance that you have used the word worship for a long time without knowing exactly what it means. And yet, so much can be said and only begin to scratch the surface talking about worship. Churches have feuded…
One of the staples of going to a movie (or even watching a movie on DVD) are the previews of coming attractions. You are shown clips from movies that serve as a commercial meant to entice you to come see the entire movie. Some of the movie clips are very entertaining. More than once I have found myself…
Robert Wright • Sermon • • 17 views
Introduction: Throughout the ages, God has referred to His faithful people as His servants. The Bible even calls Jesus “His holy servant.” Unlike the religious leaders who exercised unquestioned authority over the people, Jesus came not as a ruler, but as a servant. From the example of His own life He…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 12 views
The holiness of Jesus Christ is seen in his divine nature and work, as he stands apart from and above the created world with divine power, authority and purity. Recognition of the holiness of Jesus Christ leads both to a realisation of sin and unworthiness and to worship and adoration.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 11 views
Believers are enabled to grow in holiness on account of the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, foreshadowed by the OT sacrificial system, and through the sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit.