Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 5 views • 1:13:10
Jesus has his own schedule in everything. He is good and kind and trustworthy and faithful. And He does whatever He pleases. He really does care for us, even in the seemingly small things. We may bring our request to Him at any time. Mary's final words are continually apropos, 'Whatever He says to you, do it!'. They are wise who abide in His Word. Jesus assures Nicodemus that the prophecies of Ezekiel are true and that God will give new Birth, a Birth that is from above, a Birth through His Spirit. A supernatural birth. Jesus is ready and able to rescue any who come to Him... alas, too many abide in condemnation, in wrath, for they love darkness and will not come into the light. Dear friend, if you haven't yet, please come into the light that you might have everlasting life in Him, life in He who is True Light. He has so loved the world. These thoughts shared by Jason Stuart Percy at Refuge TLH in Tallahassee, FL on Sunday, November 21, 2021.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 11 views • 1:09:59
We humans are all dead in our trespasses and sins. We have no life in us. It is the effectual call of Jesus, the giver and sustainer of life, that revives and enables us to trust Him. He cares not about the way of our traditions, especially those we use to put ourselves above others and to neglect our acts of service and charity (love) to our neighbor. We are those who excuse ourselves from obedience for myriads of reasons, all of which we excuse in ourselves and condemn in others. What hypocrites we are! True life, eternal life, is in the Father and in the Son, Jesus. He gives life to whomever He wills. Let us be those who diligently search the sscriptures, that we might know God as He reveals Himself through the prophets and apostles. But... let us not stop with having knowledge... let us go on to commune with Jesus, let us respond to Him, let us come to Him... and find life. These thoughts were shared by Jason Stuart Percy at Refuge TLH in Tallahasee, FL on Sunday, December 5, 2021
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2 Corinthians 6:7-11 Last time we were in 1-6, how we are letters of Gods love to one another and this dying world. 1 Do we begin again to commend ourselves? Or do we need, as some others, epistles of commendation to you or letters of commendation from you? 2 You are our epistle written in our hearts,…
Faith that Works: A Study on the Book of James
Recap from Last Time Faith that Works Part 8: The Cure for War - James 4:1-10 1) War with others is a symptom of war within - James 4:1 2) Pleasure = Hedone a. Pleasure, delight, enjoyment 3) The desire for pleasure will lead us to run over others who get in “our way” 4) True freedom is the ability to…
The Bible Doesn't Say That
Pedro M Trinidad • Sermon • • 3 views
Background - Matthew 5-7 - Sermon on the Mount Jesus gives a sermon/teaching on how to internalize the law of God. Jesus quotes some of the commandments and tells the people that the external obedience to the law is only true obedience if it comes from a sincere heart. Jesus, the new Moses, stands up…
Colossians: Jesus is Enough
In series Jesus is Enough Last week we looked at how what Jesus accomplished in his life, death, and resurrection became the source of our salvation and forgiveness… and even more… his victory over evil and death is given to us… his victory becomes our victory. Jesus is enough… so we have all we need.…
An Authentic Faith: A Study of James
Joshua Farley • Sermon • • 7 views
Introduction| Text: Theme: Slander and Condemnation Series: An Authentic Faith: A Study of James Introduction| Attention : A man was applying for the job of private secretary to Winston Churchill. Before introducing him, an aunt of Churchill’s told the man, “Remember, you will see all of Winston’s faults…
It Is Well
Josh Clink • Sermon • • 4 views
ME: Atonement Imagery/Recap The theme of our It Is Well series is the doctrine called the substitutionary atonement. The Bible uses many images to communicate the concept of atonement. There is the economic imagery of redemption. There is the military imagery of victory, And there is the freedom imagery…
Lee Walston • Sermon • • 6 views
Last week Jesus explained to Nicodemus that in order to see and understand spiritual truths and to enter the kingdom of God one must be born again by the Holy Spirit. At the close of their conversation Jesus hints that this new birth where one is freed from sin is possible only by his death upon the…
David R. McAllan • Sermon • • 6 views
Each Christian is on a different journey and it is important to recognise this and to act in love towards the "weaker" Christian. Love causes us to defer to others in order to benefit them in their walk with Christ.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 167 views
The Resurrection of Christ demonstrates the intentional glorification and exaltation of Christ. This exaltation is precisely the figurative lifting up of Christ in John 3:14-15. As Christians the resurrection should symbolize a celebration of love where God exalted the Savior of the world – Jesus Christ. May consider how the resurrection of Christ relates to the most famous passage in the Bible (John 3:16).
Freedom in Christ
Linn Otto • Sermon • • 2 views
Two categories of people A. Those who say they know Jesus and believe he exists, but refuse to listen to The Holy Spirit’s voice 1. Conviction of sin a. They know they they are wrong, bur ignore it 2. Walking in obedience 3. This group is rejecting the Holy Spirit and Christ’s redemptive work. They will…
Pursuit of Heavenly Wisdom
Jim Oesterwind • Sermon • • 44 views
This sermon attempts to differentiate between discernment and the harsh, critical, and condemnatory spirit dealt with by James in James 4.11-12.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 95 views
Paul compares Adam and Christ in Romans 5:12-21 and the differences are astounding. The sin of Adam brought chaos and destruction upon the good world that God created. It’s “reign” was merciless and unchallenged until Christ. Yet, Christ’s rule far surpasses that by not corrupting, but giving grace and transformation. This passage is meant to challenge us to reject our headship of Adam and look to the surpassing worth of the reign of Christ.
Christ's Message to the Seven Churches
Pastor Dean Rhine • Bethel Evangelical Free Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 35:40
Have you ever noticed a tall tree with thick branches which has blown over in a storm? Outside it looks like a strong and healthy, but when you look inside, it's hollow and dying. That's how it was for the church in Sardis. On the outside, they looked like they were alive and relevant, but in reality they were dying. Let's see what God has to say to this church.
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A True Christians Love. Introduction: The love that Christ has shown to us and continues to show us, is a love that constrains my heart to say, ‘Lord, I give my life to you, I want to serve you and demonstrate your love to those around me.’ The truest of love is not in “word or in tongue” but in “deed…