Joe Carey • Sermon • • 1 view
Gidday team, my name is Joe and I have the privilege of preaching to you this morning and next week. So in thinking about what to preach, I considered what book of God’s word has shaped me over the course of last year, and I’ve been profoundly impacted by the book of Deuteronomy. for when we look to…
Pastor Greg Stenzel • Sermon • • 7 views
BECAUSE CHRIST FULFILLS THE LAW FOR US, WE CAN LOVE OUR NEIGHBOR WITH HIS PERFECT LOVE.
Sermons From The Summit
Gary Russell • Sermon • • 2 views
The year was 1996 the Denver Prince Hall football 11/12 year-olds were to face in a scrimmage the Prince Hall 13/14 year-olds. A certain small for his position middle linebacker named Gary Russell to face an overgrown RB head on. I was able to stop that running back when he came up the middle. I was…
Jeremy • Sermon • • 3 views
Not murdering goes further than physical violence. Instead of trying not to hate, get angry or hurt someone why not try to love others just as Christ loves you?
Blake Prater • New Prospect Baptist Church • Sermon • • 4 views • 30:12
Bro Blake begins a new series "Heart Attack" where Jesus takes what was taught of old and expounds on how the heart is where the actions originate. We must submit to Christ and surrender our heart (desires and wants) so He may be glorified in and through our lives. From Matthew 5:21-26 is the scripture for this weeks sermon.
The Gospel According to Matthew
Thomas Brooks • Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 1:02:10
Anger, hatred, disdain-- against God and Man-- is murder.
The Ten Commandments
Paul Carby • Gambrell Street Baptist Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 33:28
Paul Carby presents the 6th commandment from Exodus 20:13. God commanded that we should love, but murder stems from hatred in the heart.
The Sermon on the Mount
Richard D. Oliver • First Assembly of God • Sermon • • 4 views
Jesus teaches how to maintain healthy relationships with others and with God.
Exodus: Freedom from Bondage
Colin Connor • Sermon • • 10 views • unknown
We revisit the 10 Commandments in their Ancient Near Eastern context. Due to a technical glitch, only a few minutes of class audio was recorded. Below is a full transcript.