Terry Luttrell Buxton, Sr. • Sermon • • 20,757 views
SUCCESS GOD’S WAY! Joshua 1:8-9 "This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success. "Have I not commanded…
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 20 views
1) 4-27-08…AM…SBC 2) “Sensational Success” Introductory Material to Joshua Introduction: 1- If the Book of Joshua were fiction, we might accept it as an exciting adventure story; but the book conveys the real history and revelation of God and we must never forget that 2- God called Joshua to be a general…
Matt Watts • Sermon • • 6 views
Celebration talk Sunday 28th July 2002 Jeremiah 7:1-8 ; Philippians 3:1-4:1 ! INTRO work on Sundays for church? Last Sunday I was slumped in front of the French Grand Prix. Podium Looked like nearly every other race. Schumacher won race, 5th championship/ 8yrs, celebrating. Contrast on the podium at…
John Ramos • Park City Baptist Church, MT • Sermon • • 5 views • 35:08
In this sermon, pastor John takes us back to the Hebrew Psalter to learn what it means to live a life of blessing before God. If the Christian is not careful, we can easily slip into a lifestyle that reflects rebellion, wickedness and scorn for God. Yet, the Bible reminds us that God knows all things and observes what we do, not only what we say we do. So, are we living a life of blessing before God, or, are we living a life of cursing and rebellion that seeks to live for the temporary, and not for eternity?
James: 12 Lessons we don't want to hear
Todd Spieker • Sermon • • 4 views
James paints a picture of two tempting illusions that await those with enough worldly prosperity often get trapped by. The illusion of CONTROL and the illusion of SUCCESS. Both are created by wealth and both draw faithful people away from the truth about the world, both steal focus from the main thing, and make room and excuses for all kinds of evil. James shows these images to his readers so they might see the ways they have let these illusions draw them away from living accocrding to the Gospel. And he challenges them to reject these illusions and "do the good (they know) they ought to do."