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1 John 1:5-2:2 Stephen Caswell © 1999 Introduction God intended from the beginning that we might have fellowship with Him. Fellowship can be described as communion, partnership, participation. In the garden of Eden the Lord walked with Adam and Eve in the cool of the day. But sin broke man's fellowship…
George Toews • Sermon • • 122 views
Psalm 51:1-12 Introduction The last few messages have dealt with sin. On July 31 I preached on the Ten Commandments. Two weeks ago, we looked at the two paths from Romans 6:19-23 in which we talked about avoiding the path of impurity and wickedness. Last week, Nick invited us to be careful that we are…
Acts of the Holy Spirit
When I was a child my family would take trips to Portugal almost every other year and our trips to Portugal were never complete without visiting the ever famous tourist trap Fatima. For those who don't know the story of Fatima well apparently Mary the mother of Jesus came down from heaven and appeared…
Chad Garrison • Sermon • • 111 views
Working Definition for this Series: “Recognizing Who God is, and responding appropriately.” ESV Oh, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together! Anytime we recognize God for who he is, there is a response: Here through the lens of the book of Psalms… Dear God, I Messed Up… At some point,…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 80 views
September 6, 2015 Read Lu 12:54-59 – A man went to the college cafeteria to dine with his son. Upon reaching the entrance the boy said, “They have nothing good tonight. Let’s leave.” Dad asked, “You haven’t even seen the food yet.” The boy replied, “When there are more than 6 knives in the peanut butter,…
GCA OT Bible - Lecture Notes
Pastor Tim gives an objective comparison and contrast of two main theological perspective from a historical and practical viewpoint.
Drawing Near To The Heart Of God
Tim Smothers • Sermon • • 48 views
Therefore, brothers, since we have confidence to enter the holy places by the blood of Jesus, by the new and living way that he opened for us through the curtain, that is, through his flesh, and since we have a great priest over the house of God, let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of…
Walter Colace • Sermon • • 34 views
Real Repentance Pt 2- The Urgency of Repentance I. Me- (ILLUS) I’ll never forget graduation day at Teen Challenge 15 years ago….I was given a week off prior to starting my internship with them. Grisel picked me up on graduation day and we headed to the Valley to spend the week together. One of the things…
A Summer in the Psalms
Pastor Jed Johnston • Sermon • • 29 views • 55:06
Over the years I have had the pleasure of getting to know singer and songwriter Danny Oertli. One of the things I have noticed about many of the songs he writes is that they stem from life events he has gone through. When you understand the events and details of his life you have a new appreciation for…
Introduction: Illustration: Series of commercials “Want to get away?” (Fart after a date; throws controller into a tv, guy loses control of spray hose, Review : We are offered God’s amazing mercy and forgiveness. 2. If we are willing to come clean and genuinely own our mess. 3. Then God’s grace forgives,…
Cooper Everspaugh • Revival Life Baptist Church • Sermon • • 22 views • 50:12
What it means to truly repent? Doe God change his mind? Pastor Cooper answers both of these questions raised in Jonah!
Psalms for Lent
Andrew Fuller • Sermon • • 14 views • 11:20
Series Overview: From early centuries, though the duration of Lent varied, the season has been a time of repentance and confession, beginning with the Ash Wednesday reminder that “from dust we came, and to dust we shall return” to the Maundy Thursday “commandment” of our Lord Jesus Christ that we receive forgiveness and love in his name. For this Lenten midweek series, we will focus on the nature of repentance and confession though several “Penitential Psalms,” ones particularly expressive of sorrow for sin. We will also be reminded of repentance—and our joy and rest in the Lord—through familiar stories in the gospels. Sermon Refrain: Blessed are those whose sins are forgiven. When I kept silent, my bones wasted away. You surround me with glad cries of deliverance!
Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 10 views
TEXT: Psalm 51:1-17 TOPIC: Revival, Who’s Going to Experience It? Pastor Bobby Earls, First Baptist Church, Center Point, August 13, 2006 Message derived from the Come Alive Bible Psalm 511/ Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies…
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Come Back Now (Joel 2:12-14) Have you been away? You can come back to God. Our spiritual adversary uses sinister methods. He will alienate you from God, then tell you that you have gone too far. The prophet Joel told of a judgment that was already moving toward God's alienated people. It was in the form…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 9 views
Zephaniah 3 [1:14-2:3] The day of יְהוָה Intro: Let us say the Lord’s Prayer: “ …… Thy Kingdom come! ….” – we pray for it. It is praying for Jesus to return, to set up His throne in Zion. A Kingdom that is an everlasting Kingdom, and a Dominion, that endures throughout all generations. THE KING IS COMING!…
The Book of John
Pastor Al Addleman • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 45:18
This week Pastor Al Addleman continues through the Book of John with a teaching from Chapter 21:1-19. In this teaching we see Jesus restoring Peter after Jesus’ resurrection.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 7 views
Scripture stresses the necessity of repentance from sin if individuals and communities are to have full fellowship with God. It also uses the term to refer to God’s relenting of sending judgment on his people, usually in response to human repentance.