John C Connell Jr. • Sermon • • 323 views
In Ezekiel’s vision, we see impossibly dead dry bones given life and we learn; • that the word of the Lord has unimaginable power to bring both the physically dead and the spiritually dead to life. • that we have something of this power at our disposal and, like Ezekiel, we are actually called to go and speak with this power to our friends. • that by preaching the word of the Lord to ourselves we can open our own lives up to lives of freedom in the grace of Jesus Christ no longer burdened by
Introduction 1. The Struggle of Two Kingdoms a. A changed heart, but not a changed reality In my early years of faith I battled with living my faith. I thought I could believe, but still live the way I wanted to live. I loved God, and wanted to live my life for Him, but didn’t really understand what…
Prayer As we make our way through this book of Ecclesiastes, as I said last week... …we’re going to continue to see this phrase: The Vanity of... Again, the purpose of the author of this book (Solomon)... …is to search out the MEANING of LIFE... to see whether different aspects of life - JUSTIFY our…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 110 views
The utterances of God, especially as revealed in Scripture. This may take the form of commands or promises. The term can also refer to Jesus Christ as the incarnate Word of God.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 106 views
The creation bears witness to the wisdom and power of its creator. This natural knowledge of God is limited in its extent, but is sufficient to convince human beings of the existence of God and the need to respond to him.
And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient; Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers,…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 60 views
Peter challenges us to love one another with pure hearts. This love for one another should be a characteristic of every church, but often it is not. The love for one another is the result of sanctification (purification) and guaranteed by the promises of God's Word. The church ought to be characterized by a love for one another.