There are two types of people during crisis—owls and roosters. Owls would tell you that the night is getting darker. Roosters will tell you that the dawn is coming. During this trying time of pandemic, don't listen to the owls. Listen to the roosters. And most importantly, don't be an owl. We are owls by defalt. Be a rooster. Jesus wants you to be a rooster. You are called to share the good news, not bad news. You are called to be the light of the world, just as Jesus is the light of the world. The secret is how you can make it happen. Check this out!
One of the historically inescapable challenges of living godly in an ungodly world—has been the presence of trials. We must face trials and tribulations. But we are never alone (Heb 13:5-6). God will cause His people to succeed.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 81 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease One of the best known stories of the ancient Greeks is that of Oedipus Rex by Sophocles. The story is had an influence on both theology and psychology. Briefly the story is this: A child is born into a royal family, and the oracle brings bad news, for he says the child is destined…
Pr. Benjamin Tomczak • Sermon • • 35 views
Note how Paul labored through eight chapters to bring us here. He talked about how sin condemns us to death. He described the righteousness that comes from God in Christ. He preached that righteousness and bathed us in Baptism’s waters, killing us to sin and raising us to life in Christ. He assured us…
The Rev. Craig Kuehn • Sermon • • 6 views
Theme: Do bad things happen to good people? Let us pray. Most holy, Lord God, we grieve for the loss of life in the disasters in Haiti, Chile, and in other places where natural disasters have occurred: be with those who are recovering physically, emotionally, and spiritually from these seismic events,…
Jeremy Stephens • Sermon • • 13 views
ss=MsoNormal align=right style='text-align:right'>1) 9-27-08…AM…SBC 2)Joshua Overview Introduction: 1- Maybe you heard me say that we have been studying the book of Joshua since late April. Maybe you have wondered, “Why so long on the OT? Wouldn’t it be better to study something more relevant to today?”…