Robin Koshy • Sermon • • 6,266 views
Intro Have you ever been asked what your most embarrassing moment is? I used to have a story which my mother used to tell me about me when I was five years old, when I took off all my clothes on the first day of school. Thankfully, I do not really remember it and I will spare you the gory details. However,…
Greg Henneman • Sermon • • 496 views
EASTER CHANGES EVERYTHING Pastor Greg Henneman April 8, 2007 (Easter Sunday) Text: Topical Key Idea: Easter changes everything. Goal: To invite people to Easter Faith. Introduction Easter is a special time for me –not just because it’s the time when Jesus rose from the dead, but because of sentimental…
David G. Shackelford • Sermon • • 468 views
THE COMPASSION OF THE CROSS Introduction Some years ago, I was having a conversation with a pastor in Arkansas. He mentioned to me that people in the Bible belt especially are "gospel hardened." What he meant by that is that so many have heard the gospel for much of their lives until it has lost its…
Robin Koshy • Sermon • • 104 views
Intro We are working through a section in our statement of faith that focuses on the person of Jesus Christ. Again, for review, when we say the person of Jesus Christ, we mean: undiminished deity and perfect humanity in one person forever. The portion reads as follows: 5. /That Jesus Christ is the Son…
Don’t cross God’s Rubicon, the road leads to hell! Don’t pass His Point of No Return, the road is to judgment! We have the privilege of making a choice today, the doors of the His Ark (His Church) are still open today!
Days like today remind us of how valuable time is. Days like today make us think about how bad it is to lose a hour of sleep. We all wish we had more time, but time is alloted to each of us. We can waste time, or we can redeem lost time. What we cannot do is determine how much time we have left. Must…
I want to talk about where our strength comes from… where our qualifications or sufficiency comes from. It’s easy to get caught up in thinking that we are self sufficient. Our sufficiency is from God Look at what Paul said. 5 It is not that we think we are qualified to do anything on our own. Our qualification…
Joan Spence • Sermon • • 21 views
When John writes that Jesus Christ “came by water and blood” (1 John 5:6a), he is using “water and blood” as a synonym for covenant. As explained in Hebrews 9:16-22, it takes blood and water, together, to bring a will/covenant into effect – the blood represents the death of something or someone. If the…
John O. Evans • Sermon • • 17 views
WHAT CHRISTIANS BELIEVE REV. JOHN OLIVER EVANS 1. ABOUT GOD Background Passages: Genesis 1, Isaiah 6:1-8, Psalm 139, Revelation 4:1-11. Introduction: "I believe in God" is a common enough statement. But what kind of God - a God of our own making, devising, imagining or wishful thinking (our "idol", in…
Stephen N. Rummage • Sermon • • 15 views
A Better Sacrifice Hebrews 9:23-28 Hebrews 9:23 Therefore it was necessary that the copies of the things in the heavens should be purified with these, but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. Hebrews 9:24 For Christ has not entered the holy places made with hands, which are…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 13 views
The death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion is of central importance to the NT. Through the faithful, obedient death of Christ, God grants sinners forgiveness and eternal life. The Christian sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper focus upon the death of Christ.
Daniel Waller • Sermon • • 13 views
A Garden Mentality; Matthew 26:36-46 (nv 10/31/05 am) AT: 1 Adam and Cain are walking down the road and Cain looks over into the garden and says, boy dad that sure is a beautiful place. Adam replies that’s where we use to live before your momma ate us out of house and home. OS: It takes a ‘garden mentality’…
What is the meaning of Baptism, and what implications does its meaning have on the question of how and to whom it is to be administered?