Robin • Sermon • • 17,417 views
Intro We are beginning 2011 in the belly of a fish. Jonah, God’s prophet, ran away when God told him to preach to his enemies. This is the equivalent of a Jew during WWII going to Berlin to talk to Hitler to tell him that God loved him. It would be unheard of! So Jonah ran. God said to go east and he…
Philip Lanning • Congregation Beth Messiah • Sermon • • 51 views • 2:25:12
When we see God for Who He is we will love as He loves Yamim Noraim Days of Rejoicing or Days of Judgement ? Story of the merciful professor. His love and mercy changed me forever. I never cheated on a test again. Haven’t we all experienced something like that? Our greatest memories were Some of our…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 6 views
Zephaniah 6. I am no expert on gems, but apparently, when you display diamonds it is best to place them on black velvet [P] – the luster and brightness are best appreciated against the contrasting dark background that absorbs all the light. The gleam and brightness is seen in all its glory. And we come…
Caring about our walk means gaining wisdom, especially regarding understanding the Lord's will. Only in this way can we make the best use of our limited number of days. What is the key to the redemption of our time here on earth? Paul says to "Be filled with the Spirit"? What does this mean and how is this inward reality worked out in the outward life?
J. Guffey • Sermon • • 0 views
One day God will rule over all the earth. That day may not be today, we learn from the Prophet Zephaniah. But the dark times will eventually end. God will judge all and He will rule rightly, goodness will be here on earth once again. Zephaniah also expects a response. From the people of his day to us. We are to be humble. We are to seek rightly before God. We are to seek God Himself. The great good news today is the One who's birth is promised by prophets will be called Emmanuel, which means God with us, indeed, He is and His presence turns our grief into joy.
Major Lessons from the Minor Prophets
Randy Spitzer • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction: One of the key doctrines as Baptists are concerned is the eternal security of the believer. This means that once we place our faith in Jesus Christi as our Lord and savior, we are secure in the knowledge that we will spend eternity in heaven. a. This is not something that should be taken…