Glen Baeckel • Sermon • • 818 views
Introduction Chess Have you ever played chess? There are two kinds of players in the game of chess. There are those who think through what they are doing as they play. They think forward many moves, trying to anticipate their opponents reactions and plan accordingly. They are very strategic and intentional…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 461 views
Sharing the good news about God and Jesus Christ with others is a work to which some believers have a special calling, but in which all believers are to take part.
Robert Groover • Sermon • • 284 views
In our daily walk we hear all sorts of noise from the world. Much of the noise is depressing and if not countered it can bring you down. The worst is that you are not good enough for God to use. But this is a lie bron and spread by the master liar. God uses our failures to boost others lives as well as our own life and walk.
Pastor Matt • Matt Kelly • Sermon • • 113 views
Shared about how I was called brave for taking on such a hard hitting book, so early in my ministry, and that I desired to feed my flock. Using the illustration of Abraham being called faithful before he did anything for God I through Paul's words showed how salvation cones from Faith and not works. Also showing the difference between love and euphoria. Spoke about God being more concerned with our hearts than what we do.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 95 views
The art of explaining the faith in such a way as to make a reasoned defence against its detractors. Paul’s Areopagus sermon is a classic example of biblical apologetics, which can be of value to all who are called upon to defend the faith today.
One off sermon on outreach
Mark A Green • Sermon • • 69 views
These lepers, outcasts from their society, had the ethical wherewithall to share their findings of food and other provisions with those that had rejected them. There is certainly some parallel with the grand provision we have been promised and given in Christ. Dare we keep it to ourselves?
Romans: The Overflow of Grace
Romans 11:11-12 Again I ask: Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery? Not at all! Rather, because of their transgression, salvation has come to the Gentiles to make Israel envious. But if their transgression means riches for the world, and their loss means riches for the Gentiles, how much greater…
Breaking the 125 Barrier
Think about what it was like to follow Jesus for 3 plus years and to see all the Apostles saw. Add to that the crucifixion. Then the resurrection. What a roller coaster. One thing is for sure: The presence of Jesus in their lives made all the difference. And His presence in our lives makes the same difference.…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 49 views
Peter challenges believers to respond to evil like Christ responded to evil in his work on the cross. Specifically, we are to return wrongdoing with kindness. (1 Peter 3:9) This kindness God see's and blesses us with eternal and earthly blessings during those struggles. Further, living a Holy life, even when faced with evil, is a witness to those who persecute us.
What Should I Expect?
Toby DeHay • Concord Missionary Baptist Church • Sermon • • 47 views
Brothers, my heart’s desire and prayer to God for the Israelites is that they may be saved. For I can testify about them that they are zealous for God, but their zeal is not based on knowledge. Since they did not know the righteousness that comes from God and sought to establish their own, they did not…
John Kimber • Sermon • • 46 views
INTRODUCTION: INTRODUCTION: Show video UNASHAMED. It’s in moments like this that we see more than ever people turning towards God. Churches reporting record numbers in attendance the Sunday following the attack, polls reporting over 90 percent of America’s population involved in some kind of prayer and…