Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Brookfield Church of Christ • Sermon • • 959 views • 48:05
As Christians we must show patience and be encouraging that we do not grow weary in well doing.
Tim Beerman • Eastwood Baptist Church • Sermon • • 70 views • 45:38
Those who wait for God discover that he is a God of encouragement ! (Isa 40:30-31) 30 Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; 31 but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they…
Tim Beerman • Eastwood Baptist Church • Sermon • • 129 views • 1:04:11
One of the glorious realities about our God is that he cares for his people by comforting and strengthening them in their distress! the bible tells us God’s thoughts toward us are multiplied 5 You have multiplied, O Lord my God, your wondrous deeds and your thoughts toward us; none can compare with you!…
Jeff M • First Baptist Church of Holland • Sermon • • 9 views • 36:47
Phil Anderson • Bethel Church of Tallmadge • Sermon • • 3 views • 42:57
Pastor Tabitha • SML Community Church • Sermon • • 10 views • 23:09
Aaron Love • First Baptist Sterling Heights • Sermon • • 48 views • 46:29
Introduction: In our society, people look at God as an unloving God because of all the bad, tough, and difficult things that take place in people’s lives. As Christian’s we fall prey to this thinking as well. Many of us have had the thought that because of the difficult circumstance or trial or persecution…
Where Your Life Might Meet Chaos
Dave hartson • Sermon • • 1 view
If we don't guard our schedule, we may end up with messed up priorities.
Hope is Here
Austin Keller • Sermon • • 2 views
We were created by God to live with a healthy cadence in life. However, far too many of us are living without margin in every area of our lives. We fill our calendars. We can’t say no. We live with a harmful drive to achieve. We have lost hope that it will slow down anytime soon. Jesus offers us such a gift in saying that he has come to give us rest. This rest is found in a grace that does not demand that we jump through all the hoops or get everything right. The rest that Jesus offers is an unmerited favor for anyone who comes to Him. This grace is best experienced in community. We can learn from Jesus as we learn from one another. When we do Church with one another, we lift one another up, we protect one another’s boundaries, and we carry one another’s burdens.
Ryan Abernathy • Sermon • • 3 views
At the end of an unprecedented year, how do we turn to a new year with hope rather than weariness?
Robert Smith • Sermon • • 7 views
A message looking at God's Promise to those who minister.
Marlon Hudson • Sermon • • 28 views
You have to chose and remain in the type; once you realize your type, you know what is needed .
The Good Shepherd: Psalm 23
Jeff Holcomb • Living Word • Sermon • • 10 views
The Good Shepherd provides for and sustains his sheep. The believer can rely on God to provide rest, restoration, and spiritual sustenance again and again, regardless of life’s pace or circumstances.
Vincent Ford • Sermon • • 6 views
Keep Casting: This weekend I had the opportunity to go fishing with a man that knows his way around the lake. You may know him, he might be the tallest brother at our church in that of Mike Dailey. If I looked at his hospitality through the lens of fishing, his spirit of service exuded even on that boat.…
Pastor C. H. Jr. • Sermon • • 5 views
Jesus provides rest for the weary and down trodden when they trust him
Richard Schwartz • Sermon • • 313 views
One of the greatest privileges we have is carrying one another's burdens, and one of the greatest challenges we have is carrying one another's burdens. How do we carry one another's burdens well? How do we do so in a way that glorifies Jesus? How do we do this without becoming burned out? When we carry one another's burdens well, we are loving one another, and everyone will know that we are Jesus' disciples.
Michael McCoy • Sermon • • 6 views
In this passage, Paul assures the Corinthians that he has not resorted to dishonest practices. And, he explains why.
Ron Tharpe • Sermon • • 266 views
Intro: Jesus had not long started his earthly ministry, and was preaching in Galilee. If we peak back into chapter four Jesus goes through spiritual boot camp being tempted for 40 days and 40 nights. After defeating the devil he is then begins his earthly ministry. says Jesus returns in the power of…
Matt Wood • Sermon • • 8 views
Paul knew that there were many pressures and difficulties that might discourage the believers in Thessalonica from continuing to serve the Lord and thus he wrote to them that they would not be weary in well doing.
Our Coming Savior
Brandon Mildren • Sermon • • 11 views
Lay your burdens down at the Savior's feet
Hope Is Here!
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 191 views • 33:46
We were created by God to live with a healthy cadence in life. However, far too many of us are living without margin in every area of our lives. We fill our calendars. We can’t say no. We live with a harmful drive to achieve. We have lost hope that it will slow down anytime soon. Jesus offers us such a gift in saying that he has come to give us rest. This rest is found in a grace that does not demand that we jump through all the hoops or get everything right. The rest that Jesus offers is an unmerited favor for anyone who comes to Him. This grace is best experienced in community. We can learn from Jesus as we learn from one another. When we do Church together, we lift one another up, we protect one another’s boundaries, and we carry one another’s burdens.
Tim May • Sermon • • 7 views
Objective Statement: Every Christian can figure out if they are living by grace or by works by how tired they are.
Rev. Leonard Reiss • Sermon • • 3 views
As believers, we can be encouraged that God enables us to endure and run the race He has set before us.
Tim Beerman • Sermon • • 2 views
How God comes alongside Paul to encourage him.
Rev. Leonard Reiss • Sermon • • 189 views
Life doesn’t have to be a vicious circle if your life belongs to Jesus.