George Toews • Sermon • • 4,788 views
Honoring Leaders Introduction One of the things I appreciate about Rick Mercer is that he does not discriminate. No matter what your political stripe, you will be mocked and what you do will be held under a microscope. Yet, I also get a sense that even though he mocks political leaders, he also respects…
Brad Shockley • Sermon • • 369 views
Intro: Have you ever had a bunch of apples, or tomatoes, or potatoes sitting around and then one day you grab one to find that It’s rotten? Now what do you do the moment you make this discovery? And what will happen if you don’t remove it? Today we are going to visit a church that had a rotten apple…
Sermon on the Mount (SOTM)
Pastor Chuck Wilson • Lower Lights Church • Sermon • • 255 views • 42:28
Pastor Chuck starts a new sermon series about the “Sermon on the Mount”. He describes how Jesus uses “The Beatitudes” help to us redefine what God wants us to admire in the world. Pastor Chuck provides a unique concept for us to use the Beatitudes as “not the attitudes we should have, but the attitudes we should be.” This week, Pastor Chuck’s topic is “Blessed are the Poor in Spirit.” Pastor Chuck describes how being “blessed” is a continuous spiritual condition of spiritual prosperity (being rich in spirit), contentment, and satisfaction in your life, not a physical feeling or state of physical material possession. Pastor Chuck will explain “one who is ‘poor in spirit’ has humbly recognized they have a deep need for God because they know they lack His Holiness and have a need for His forgiveness, grace, and mercy, and need Him as a Savior.” Pastor Chuck encourages us to become more aware of our desperate everyday need for God and to invite Him into our lives more every day.
The Three Most Important Components of Prayer 1. Forgiveness - vertical and Horizontal 2. Faith - For without faith is is impossible to please God. 3. Faithful - It is required of a man to be found faithful PUSH - Pray Until Something Happens Forgiveness - the foundation upon which we build everything…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 139 views
“When Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, ‘Who do people say that the Son of Man is?’ And they said, ‘Some say John the Baptist, others say Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.’ He said to them, ‘But who do you say that I am?’ Simon Peter replied,…
Discussion: When Jesus came into the coasts of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, Whom do men say that I the Son of man am? And they said, Some say that thou art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and others, Jeremias, or one of the prophets. He saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am?…
The Corinthian Correspondence
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 35 views • 49:17
For anyone to claim that the church doesn't have problems with sin have been living under a rock for 2000 years. It is true to a certain extent, that all sin is alike to God. But incest with their "father's wife"? Back in "the day" this was looked on as unthinkable, even among those living in the culture known for rampant sexual immorality. How to handle it? And how are Christians supposed to handle sin in non-Christian culture anyway? Come with the Grace United crew as we seek to discover what a wordly church is like and how to avoid trying to make the world "churchy".
Reconciliation is part of the Gospel. Yet our world thrives on antagonism fuelled ideologies. Jesus calls the church to live differently. Join us at 10am this Sunday as we learn to move away from the antagonistic way of life.
David Koo • Sermon • • 30 views
The Nature and Mission of the Church “Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you?” (1 Corinthians 3:16) 1. The Purpose of Creation: To Fill the Earth with the Presence/Glory of God (Theme: Isaiah 43:6-7; Habakkuk 2:14; Psalm 22:27-28) A. Genesis 1:26-2:3:…
Harmony Philippians 4.1-5 Covid-Fear, panic, no toilet paper in the stores. Four commands from Paul that help you have a secure mind. I. Defend What You’ve Got (1) 1 Therefore, my beloved brethren whom I long to see , my joy and crown, in this way stand firm in the Lord, my beloved. (1.) He loved them,…
Following Satan’s imprisonment (20:1–3), believers will reign with Christ over creation (20:4–6). The term “millennium” is a word taken from the Latin for “thousand years” (20:2). The millennial reign both fulfills God’s promise of a messianic kingdom on earth and inaugurates life in the new heaven and…