Following in the Footsteps of Faith
Jeff Hopson • Fellowship Baptist Church • Sermon • • 15 views • 32:31
God’s Guarantee To Sinners John 6.37-40 Introduction: Life is filled with uncertainties! You never know one day to the next just exactly what will happen. In fact, the Bible warns us about presuming on the future - Pro. 27:1 1 Boast not thyself of to morrow; For thou knowest not what a day may bring…
Lee Corpier • Salem UMC - Springtown, PA • Sermon • • 30 views • 44:45
Philip was open to the divine direction of the Lord. Like the righteous patriarchs, kings, and prophets. Like Jesus was open to the direction of the Father by the Spirit. This was a literal direction of where to travel. He came along a Eunuch in charge of the Ethiopian Royal Treasury. This Eunuch was…
Following in the Footsteps of Faith
Jeff Hopson • Fellowship Baptist Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 32:01
Sermon # 11 Genesis 17:1-27 THE PROMISE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD Intro : Some fourteen years had past since God last spoke to Abraham. Not since his disobedience in the matter of Hagar had Abraham heard the voice of God. The times of His silence are most devastating when they come our way. We need to learn…
A Summer in the Psalms
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 1,901 views • 22:52
Psalm 117 is the shortest of the Psalms, shortest chapter in the Scriptures, YET… it expresses a TRUTH that is powerful and holds great implication and impact regardless of generation, people group, or culture you come from! Praise the Lord , all nations; Laud Him, all peoples! For His lovingkindness…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
CJ Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 117 views • 59:21
Never give up! Never quit! Never, never, never, NEVER!
A Summer in the Psalms
Justin Halder • Dale Bible Church • Sermon • • 48 views • 46:38
1. Trusting Means Believing God is Eternal (vs. 1-2) 2. Trusting Means Believing We Are Not Eternal (vs 3-11) 3. Trusting Means Being Satisfied in God Until Eternity (vs. 12-17)
Sum of all things: Jesus
James Rogers • West Side Church of Christ • Sermon • • 7 views • 27:43
Sum of all things: JESUS! Jesus is the sum of all things (Eph1:7-10) He is God’s grand plan to save sinful man. God’s scheme of redemption made known in Jesus. Today may we look at clearing up some misconceptions, Jesus the better way to a better life, Jesus sum’s up the way. 7 In Him we have redemption…
Keith Larson • Sermon • • 78 views • 21:30
Jesus, as our Immanuel, is the compassionate ruler our hearts long for.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 18 views • 1:08:41
God is able to provide precisely what we need when we need it. We may not trust Him to do so, but He is fully capable, and we find rest to the degree we learn to trust in His promises. Jesus, God's Prophet to Israel, pronounced judgement against those who rejected Him. If we refuse Him, we remain under condemnation. While we know what is right, we fail to live loving Him and loving others. He came to save sinners. After trusting Him and being brought into His Kingdom by the gift of His righteousness and grace, we have the privilege of serving and loving those who are rejected and outcasts and even our enemies. We have the privilege of laying our lives down for anyone; for everyone. We are neighbor to anyone we are acting in love toward. Shared by Jason Stuart Percy on July 4, 2021 at Refuge TLH in Tallahassee, FL.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 6 views • 1:10:03
'Anyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?, ' Jesus asked. Jesus teaches us that the dead aren't actually dead. They may have left their bodies, but they aren't dead. He restored Lazarus as evidence of this fact. We must decide in whom we will place our trust. We live in a world with many who only trust what they've experienced with their own senses. Jesus has asked us to believe Him, not to deny the experiences of our senses and their reality, rather to acknowledge that our senses may not be receptive of all that exists. There is more and we are challenged to believe the Word of the One who knows and promises that there is more. In Lazarus' resurrection, Jesus shows that those whose bodies have died are themselves not dead. There is a coming resurrection, some will be raised to eternal life and joy and others to eternal contempt and shame. These thoughts shared by Jason Stuart Percy at Refuge TLH in Tallahassee, FL on Sunday, January 30, 2022.
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 • • 72 views • 1:04:57
Jesus heals our sicknesses. Not always how we want, or when we want. Everyone that was healed by Jesus while He was on Earth still died. Those who trust Him are healed eternally and are in His presence awaiting the resurrection. Jesus demonstrated to Israel that He was truly the promised Messiah, God with Us, come to remove the curse upon creation after Adam's sin. Jesus did many great miracles and He still does. Not the least of which, He was raised from the dead and is, therefore, alive now. He has promised to raise everyone who lives and believes in Him. We have truly entered and enjoy His Kingdom knowing freedom from the fear of death! He Himself took our infirmities. Rejoice, we'll live free of sicknesses in the end.
Tim Dekle • First Baptist Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 44:53
stuart vickers • Sermon • • 8 views
Intro Meery Christmas, finishing our Christmas series The Promise today. What have we looked at so far, The Promise of a new King, our destiny can change & does change when we accept a new King over our lives, knocking us of the thrones of our lives & putting Jesus where He belongs on that throne. The…
Mark of the Beast and the coming Kingdom
Presbeuo • Sermon • • 2 views
Tracking the order of end time events.
Samuel Rogers • Sermon • • 0 views
The point of this lesson is that the only way to do things that have lasting impact and value, is to follow God’s direction and participate in His plan - because God is in command of all things and cannot be stopped or redirected by human activity, which is why everything that does not align with His ultimate plan, always fails.
And He Will Be Called
Mark Smallwod • Sermon • • 5 views
"And He will be called Everlasting Father"
Brian Loderhose • Sermon • • 4 views
Enduring Faith for all Times
Anthony Castillo Miranda • Sermon • • 20 views
There is no other love that last forever other than the everlasting love of God. Marriages collapsing, families breaking apart, friendships are shattered, churches are split and nations are divided because of love that doesn't last. To be able to love forever, you must first have it, before you can share it.
Rev. Leonard Reiss • Sermon • • 15 views
For the follower of Christ, our perplexity will turn into praise as we trust God.
Chad Williams • Parkers Lake Baptist Church • Sermon • • 7 views
John’s Gospel and John’s first epistle both end with a similar purpose statement. When you compare John 20:31 and 1 John 5:13 you find a nearly identical message, but it seems the target audience is somewhat different. As we come to the end of John’s letter, we see him again encouraging already-believers to live with the confident assurance that they are meant to have in Christ. Join us as we find the importance this kind of knowledge has for our prayer life and our eternal destiny.
Ben Phillips • Peninsula Church of Christ • Sermon • • 66 views • 30:15
As Christians, we ought to appreciate the endurance of God’s Word. That Word is the Gospel we have obeyed and by which we are saved (1 Peter 1:22-2:3). Let us drink deeply of His Word!
Attributes of God
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 215 views
You can tell allot about a person by their hands. You can get a clue to a person's self image by their handshake. The confident person has a solid grip. The arrogant person has a handshake that seems to say, "You know, I can whip you if I want." And the person who is lacks confidence barely grips your…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 11 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Corrie Ten Boom is one of the best known names in the 20th century. But many do not know that Corrie had more than one name. In 1977 a group of several hundred Christian Indians honored her in Flagstaff, Arizona, by giving her an Indian name. Tom Claus, a Mohawk and president of…
Norm Eddy • Sermon • • 3 views
The Love of God – An Everlasting Love One truth about God we to keep in mind as look at His Character or Attributes is that you can not separate them. God is ONE. You can’t really separate His Love from His Wrath, or His Grace and Mercy from His Justice. The concept that “God is Love” is clearly the…