This morning we are talking about hope. We are not talking about the world’s version of hope however. There is a major difference between the way a believer and an unbeliever use the word hope. When the world speaks of hope they say something like this, “I hope I win the lottery.” What do they mean.…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 61 views
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:…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 50 views
Peter challenges believes to rejoice in the Hope of Christ despite suffering in this life. He makes an appeal to the temporal nature of suffering as compared to eternal salvation. Further, he demonstrates that suffering has purpose in purifying our faith and bringing glory, honor, and praise to God. Thus, even in the midst of horrible suffering we can rejoice in the hope of our God.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 28 views
The proper response to the Divine work of the Father through Jesus Christ should be the Praise of His Name. Because of God's great mercy we have been born again, to a living hope, accomplished by salvation, heir to a mighty inheritance. All of these reasons should cause us to praise God for his Divine work in salvation.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 7 views
Scripture makes clear that all human beings are subject to temptation. It provides examples of individuals who have faced and yielded to such influences.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 5 views
Though we are children of the King; Suffering is a sad reality of this world. This paragraph focuses specifically on how Christians should respond to insults and discrimination because of our Faith in Christ. But Peter encourages us to rejoice in suffering, obeying God, glorifying his name, ultimately entrusting our soul to God. There are many ways we respond sinfully, ignoring God, and seeking relief in this world. Yet, Peter commends our soul to the only being who can truly redeem us from the suffering and persecution we face in this world.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 3 views
God seeks proof of genuine love, faith and growth in the lives of his people. To this end, he tests them in various ways. However, when people test him, it is often a symptom of lack of trust.
Running with the Giants
1 Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, Joseph The story about Joseph takes up almost half of the book of Genesis. tell the story…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 2 views
1 Peter 1:6-7 In this you greatly rejoice, even though now for a little while, if necessary, you have been distressed by various trials,  that the proof of your faith, being more precious than gold which is perishable, even though tested by fire, may be found to result in praise and glory and honor…
Ward • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction: We have a number of terms that we use in the church that some call “Christianese.” They are words unique to Christianity or words that have what some may consider a special or hidden meaning in Christian . There is even an entry for Christianese in Wikipedia. Here it is. [Show Screenshot]…
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 0 views
I would like to follow up on the last sermon that I preached on the problem of evil and where I attempted to show why the unbeliever should not be using the idea of evil as an excuse to reject God. In spite of what the unbeliever may think about God or try to accuse Him of, God has a morally sufficient…