Today we are looking at John 6:28-29 . This passage is in the middle of Jesus’ interaction with the crowds he had miraculously fed on the other side of the Sea of Galilee from only 5 small barley loaves and two fish. He fed them, and then returned to Capernaum supernaturally walking on the water to meet…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 122 views • 42:18
Introduction: Illustration - The Reality of Trials It's been said concerning trials and storms of life that, "Either you just came through one, are now entering one, or one looms on your horizon." Main Thought: Prepare today for the persecutions of tomorrow looking for the promise of eternity. Sub-intro:…
Pastor Kevin talks about the curse of legalism and how if we are free from a “religious mindset” then we can truly live in freedom.
Sermon • • 22 views
Our Position - “We Shall Be Like Him” (1John 3:1-3) Chosen by the Father (Eph.1:5) 1. God predestined us to adoption as sons (Eph.1:5). a) The elements of forming the body of Christ. (1) The method - election (v.4): "Chose" - This word means to pick out or select for oneself (2) The time - before the…
Brad Reid • Zion Baptist Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 39:20
Philippians 2:6 - 11 is an incredible description of who Jesus is and what He accomplished. But how do you follow up on such an incredible passage? By getting really practical and applying the example of Jesus to our everyday lives. Followers of Jesus are to do EVERYTHING without grumbling or arguing. It isn't always easy (we like to complain!) but God has promised to help us.
A Summer in Philippi
A life of joy and obedience to Jesus makes an everlasting impact on people around you. // To find out more about Involve Church, please visit involvechurch.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cooper Everspaugh • Revival Life Baptist Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 1:04:18
How is the salvation of the Lord? Why is the salvation of the Lord? How do we respond to that salvation?
Intro Philippians 2:12–18 Few things are harder to put up with,” wrote Mark Twain, “than the annoyance of a good example.” Perhaps the thing most annoying about a good example is its inability to accomplish the same achievements in our own lives. Admiration for a great person can inspire us, but it cannot…