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Sermon I: The Need for Biblical Evangelism Introduction A. Introduction to Entire Series 1. Definition of Biblical, God-Centered Evangelism: “God’s Messenger, proclaiming God’s Message, to God’s World, for God’s Purpose, by God’s appointed means, through God’s Power.” B. What is the need for evangelism?…
Our forgiveness has the power to bring joy and encouragement to others. This positive truth has a negative opposite. Failure to forgive brings sadness and discouragement. This sadness and discouragement comes to us as well as to others. There can be no joy without forgiveness. When we forgive and experience the joy it brings it encourages our hearts in the Lord.
Danny L. Briles • Sermon • • 22 views
“God’s Call of the Righteous” (Part 2) DO NOT FRET PSALM 37:1, 7-8 Last week we shared beginning with this Psalm 37. Psalm literally means “plucking the strings of a harp.” They convey in words the inner most feelings of our hearts expression. It is our heart “playing” to the Lord our prayers, our concerns,…
The Book of Romans
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 14 views
Here God wants us to see: 1. The crucial death of our Lord (vs. 1-6). 2. The defense of God's law (vs. 7-13). 3. The difficulties we face with sin (vs. 14-23). 4. The deliverance we have from our Savior (vs. 24-25).
1 Thessalonians: Christ is Coming again
Joel Hayworth • Sermon • • 2 views
Introduction Paul has been giving the Thessalonians some Biblical instruction about key doctrinal points. Staying strong against persecution, trusting in Jesus’ Second Coming, and being faithful to grow in our walk with Christ rather than being lazy. These are all great points and they undoubtedly brought…