Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 5,450 views
TEXT: John 11:1-6 TOPIC: When God is Silent Pastor Bobby Earls, First Baptist Church, Center Point, Alabama February 22, 2009 There is something wonderfully strange about silence. For we who live in a noisy world the sound of silence is a welcomed sound. When we are tired and worn down, we welcome silence.…
James Huffman • Sermon • • 274 views
God’s Comfort—2 Cor. 1:1-5 Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 4/22/09 Trouble is an inescapable consequence of living in this world. Today, we hear everywhere of people doing horrible things to themselves and others. Job 14:1- Sometimes is this trouble God seems afar off- Job 13:24- this was certainly the…
John 13 : 1 - 11
Name that Tune: Unchained Melody ( to the sea, to the sea / to the open arms of the sea ) - Righteous Brothers All You Need is Love ( There's nothing you can do that can't be done Nothing you can sing that can't be sung ) - The Beatles I Will Always Love You ( That is all I'm taking with me, So, goodbye…
Dr. Richard McGee • Sermon • • 8 views
Going to The Cross Matthew 27:27-44, Philippians 2:1-18 and Isaiah 53:13 – 54 Matt 27:27-44 The Soldiers Mock Jesus 27 Then the governor's soldiers took Jesus into the Praetorium and gathered the whole company of soldiers around him. 28 They stripped him and put a scarlet robe on him, 29 and then twisted…
Tidings of DIScomfort and Joy
In this week's message, we kick off our tidings of Discomfort and Joy Christmas series: Black Friday.
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?
Donald N. Young • Sermon • • 2 views
SERMON GOOD FRIDAY APRIL 6, 2007 "Were you there” # 233: refrain: Were you there when they crucified my Lord? v. Were you there when they nailed him to the tree? v3. Were you there when they pierced him in the side? #239 v.1: O sacred head, sore wounded, With grief and shame weighed down; Now scornfully…
Phases of Our Spiritual Journey
LL Clay • NorthPointe Church of God - Nacogdoches, TX • Sermon • • 1 view • 25:08
After we experience salvation and have studied the Bible for awhile, we begin to ask, "What can I do for God?" Can we receive joy and satisfaction by serving God and others? If so how? Pastor Clay reminds us to not only make sure we do not neglect studying His Word and our time with God, but also to check our motives as we serve. Pastor Clay also shares areas, according to the Bible, we can serve, even if we do not have that "burning bush experience" of God calling us to do something specific.