Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 5,271 views
The Power of the Cross Ephesians 2:11-19 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - May, 27, 2012 *One of the most famous pictures of World War II is of five brave Marines raising the American flag on the island of Iwo Jima. More than five thousand Marines gave their lives to capture that eight-square-mile…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 344 views
The punitive and vindicatory reaction, legitimate and controlled, yet awesomely emphatic, of God the righteous judge to unrighteousness in his human creatures. Up to the present, the expression of God’s anger and wrath has had the purpose of drawing sinners to repentance and conversion, but this will not be the case at the final judgment.
Nature of God
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 67 views
My goal over the past few months as I have grown in sharing the gospel with the lost has been to try to understand how glorious the gospel that we have been entrusted with is. I have been so challenged, and at times humbled, as I have been learning more and more about this message. Among these things…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 33 views
The anger of God is directed against all human sin, disobedience, rebellion and wickedness, which threaten to thwart his purposes for his creation and people.
Mike Mestler • Sermon • • 8 views
* Sermon in a Sentence: God is angry with sinners every day.... Introduction I. Why is God Angry? (Isa. 1.4;Na. 1.2) II. With Whom is God Angry? A. God is Angy with Unbelievers (Jn. 3.36) B. God is Angry with Believers Who Sin (2 Sam. 11.27) III. When and How Does God Manifest His Anger? A. God Manifests…
Gospel of John
Lee Walston • Sermon • • 4 views
Today’s passage seems almost out of place in that the apostle John seemingly interrupts his narrative and flow of thought regarding salvation and the true purpose of Jesus to again show John the Baptist exalting Christ. Yet upon careful reading and reflection one will realize that the apostle is simply…
Dustin Mace • Sermon • • 0 views
BRTP Sermon buddy I have a question for you this morning and it is a trick question. So put your thinking caps on. Find your sermon buddy and ask them, “Can I borrow your thinking cap?” And as you’re putting your thinking caps on, let me tell you a little story that will prepare you for the question.…