Benjamin Janssen • Sermon • • 5,900 views
Mark 7:14-23 14 And he called the people to him again and said to them, “Hear me, all of you, and understand: 15 There is nothing outside a person that by going into him can defile him, but the things that come out of a person are what defile him.”17 And when he had entered the house and left the people,…
Matthew Kratz • Sermon • • 802 views
Matthew 5:20. Your Righteousness must Exceed that of the Pharisees, for it was Hypocritical and Ugly. Everton Community Church. January 20th 2008. There are many differences between Americans and Canadians. One prominent public one is the moral expectations that Americans require of the political leaders.…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 341 views
God’s people are called to holiness, which involves being distinct from other people. In the OT, this is seen in the command to separate from other nations and from everything that can compromise commitment to the Lord. In the NT believers are called to distance themselves from the ways and values of the world, which can be dishonouring to God and destructive to obedience to him.
Philip G Layton • Sermon • • 242 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…
Tonight we are going to look at the Bible. It was never meant to sit on your shelf, but to be read, studied and used a guide book for our lives. To deepen (or to form) your conviction that the Bible, as God’s Word, can be trusted more than your feelings, values, opinions, and culture. Think about this.…
Leviticus - After the Storm
Ha-Foke Bah Hebrew Ha-Foke Bah English Review: We are in our series through the book of Leviticus. This whole series I have said that “We all want a world that is good.” A world where there is love, joy, peace and patience . We know that our world is lacking this and so we yearn for it. The answer starts…
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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…
George Stadler • Sermon • • 15 views
The Battle for Holiness – The Heart Mark 7:21-7:23 I. Introduction Today we will continue our look at holiness, which is very near and dear to the heart of God, and should, therefore, be near and dear to us as well. Before we get into today’s specific area of holiness, allow me to briefly review what…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 12 views
“Jesus said, ‘What comes out of a person is what defiles him. For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, sensuality, envy, slander, pride, foolishness. All these evil things come from within, and they defile…
Pastor Jason Spade • Sermon • • 9 views
Spiritual formation is an ongoing process in the life of the believer. We are never fully formed here on earth. So, we are always being formed. We will be formed to and by the Spirit or to and by the world. We as the church, have a responsibility to, not only grow ourselves but, to aid in the growth of others.
Josh Kelley • Sermon • • 7 views
Inscription: Writing God’s Words on Our Hearts & Minds Part 16: Kosher or Holy? Leviticus 11-19 April 11, 2010 Main Point(s) of sermon: · God created the purity laws to teach the Jews about being separate and holy. · In Christ, we are no longer separate, but now the focus is holiness, something lacking…
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?