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A. And by this we know that we have come to know Him (v.3) 1. If we keep His commandments (v.3) 2. If we keep His word (v.5) B. The Result: 1. The love of God is perfected in us (v.5) 2. Assurance: We know that we have come to know Him (v.3) C. This is related to obedience The Test: Do we keep His commandments?—1…
Philip G Layton • Sermon • • 217 views
Living in Light of God’s Holiness Text: Isaiah 6:1-8 Preached by Phil Layton on January 21, 2007 at Gold Country Baptist Church www.goldcountrybaptist.org C. S. Lewis was a well-known and respected Oxford literature scholar and professor and a Christian. Some of his best-known writings for children include…
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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…
Walter Read • Sermon • • 38 views
06/07/2009 Setting Priorities Knox 16 PC 299/653/548/592 Psalm 29 Isaiah 6:1-8 Romans 8:12-17 John 3:1-17 OOPS! John Wesley: “Give me one hundred men who fear nothing but sin, and desire nothing but God, and I will shake the world.” | | UGH! A party of tourists were visiting the home where the composer…
Timothy C Glover • Sermon • • 32 views
The Discipline of the Cross March 2, 2003 Scripture Reading: 1Corinthians 5 Introduction: Throughout history, the power of Christ and his cross have been used to quell rebellion and to advance his kingdom. Indeed, the name of Christ and the symbol of his cross have so much power that to be rightly united…
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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…
Cornelius E. Ward, M.A., Ministries • PneuMan Ministries, Inc. • Sermon • • 20 views • 1:42:20
Leviticus is noted as one of the most daunting books to read due to its elaborate explanation of the Tabernacle, the priesthood, and the offerings. Though it may not be obvious, at first glance, the detail YHWH lays out in each of those subjects speaks of the sanctifying work of Elohim. His process of salvation calls us to return to a Garden of Eden experience—a restoration of fellowship with the Father and eternal access to the Tree of Life, who is Jesus our Savior.
Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 20 views
“Walking in the Light” 1 John 1.5-10 Last Sunday we began our study in the Book of 1 John. John opens his letter by emphasizing that his message comes from an eyewitness to Jesus. As one of the twelve apostles (and one of the inner circle of disciples), John testifies that he had heard, seen and touched…
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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.
Bro. Tad Pettenger • PWAM Worship Services • Sermon • • 9 views • 34:59
God wants us to be children of the light and be a reflection of His power, love, and self-control in every area of our lives.
Why did the prophets prphesy and what did they think about their own prophecies? Is the Old Testament written for New Testament believers? Cooper answers both of these questions in this weeks sermons.