Sean Couch • Christiansburg Baptist Church • Sermon • • 521 views • 34:44
It is a wonderful thing to rest, but when a desire for rest turns into slacking off, it becomes sinful. Find four marks of a slacker from Proverbs 26:13-16.
Central Park Christian Church (Derek Slack) • Rossville Christian Church • Sermon • • 69 views • 34:20
1 Whoever isolates himself seeks his own desire; he breaks out against all sound judgment. 2 A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion. 3 When wickedness comes, contempt comes also, and with dishonor comes disgrace. 4 The words of a man’s mouth are deep waters; the…
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Brookfield Church of Christ • Sermon • • 970 views • 48:05
As Christians we must show patience and be encouraging that we do not grow weary in well doing.
Bob Pritchett • Example Community Church • Sermon • • 472 views • 0:34
Examples of excuses given for wrong actions We're all tempted to make excuses for our actions. It's the human nature. We all want to pretend that the bad things we do aren't our fault. We like to pretend we're not guilty. Ge 3:12–13 by Adam and Eve for eating the forbidden fruit ; Ex 32:22–24 by Aaron…
Proverbs: The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools dispise wisdom
Bob Rogers • Brisbane School of Theology • Sermon • • 22 views • 22:46
LL Clay • NorthPointe Church of God - Nacogdoches, TX • Sermon • • 11 views • 28:13
What does it mean to boldly approach the throne of God as His child? How much risk can we take as we serve Jesus? Should we even take risk in our faith walk? Using quotes from Alexander the Great and Jesus' Parable of the Talents, Pastor Clay discusses these two kings' perception of those who take risk. Jesus not only teaches us why each servant either took risk or did not take the risk, but also Jesus' perception of each servant. Take a whole new look at this parable as you evaluate your faith in Jesus.
Keith Larson • Greene Valley Presbyterian Church • Sermon • • 67 views • 23:32
A heart of ingratitude and infidelity is a deadly spiritual problem, but by the abundant provision that Christ has provided we can overcome.
Pastor David Kelley • Hill City Church • Sermon • • 254 views • 1:02:31
10 warning signs that we can't ignore while on our path towards Christ. 1. Never be lazy (laziness) 2. Avoid sexual temptation. 3. Don't ignore the repentance of our sins. 4. End unkind speech. 5. Run from youthful lust, all your desires arrive from your maturity. 6. Renounce your OWN ungodliness THEN renounce other's ungodliness. 7. Quit stealing. Instead work for the things we need in life. 8. Resist the Devil. 9. Fear the Lord (have a reverential awe and respect for the Lord). 10. Humble yourself before God (God gives grace towards the humbled). 2 Timothy 2:2. James 4:7. The easiest sins to do are the ones you haven't confessed to God about yet.
Neither Barren, Nor Unfruitful
Kendal Rasnake • West Point Road Church of Christ • Sermon • • 18 views • 33:45
What are different types of evil speakings? How can we avoid evil speakings?
ken kruithoff • First Allendale CRC • Sermon • • 23 views • 28:26
The last of the seven letters, Jesus warns the Laodiceans (and us) about the dangers of stagnant faith.
Surviving the Pandemic as a Congregation
Corey Johnson • Sermon • • 81 views
INTRODUCTION: 1. Everything that is going on around us in the world today affects the Church. A. The covid-19 virus. B. The economy being shut down. C. People staying home. D. Internet Church service— no matter your opinion whether it is right or wrong it is still affecting the Lord’s church. E. Wearing…
Preparing for the Harvest
Sara Phillippi • Sermon • • 6 views
I don’t know about you, but during this time it has been easy to slip into laziness. There is a fine line between relaxing and being lazy. I’ve had people reach out and ask me how I am staying connected to God during this time because they feel so disconnected. The discipline it takes to stay connected…
Tools of the enemy
Brett Mitchell • Sermon • • 5 views
Joshua 13-21 They gave up taking all the land God gave them Now Lot, who went with Abram, also had flocks and herds and tents. And the land could not sustain them while dwelling together, for their possessions were so great that they were not able to remain together. And there was strife between the…
Jake Davidson • Sermon • • 326 views
LAziness leads to emptiness
Flirting with Disaster
Jeremy Elliott • Sermon • • 2 views
laziness leads to sin like greed, lust , envy
"Becoming a Church of Faith, Hope, and Love" - I & II Thessalonians
Tim Shaner • Sermon • • 2 views
Passage Welcome... Before we get started - pray... Finally: End of I & II Thessalonians Bibles - II Thess 3 I have a short message today We’re going to look at the subject of idleness - What is it? What is the Christian response to idleness? Why is idleness so harmful? And if we’re not idle - what about…
Luke Kirkendall • Sermon • • 21 views
The Lazy Bird For a while in my life, I was a licensed falconer. That meant, I trained birds of prey, hawks, and falcons. And you’d be surprised how easy it is to make bird lazy. We would fly our birds free, this meant that they could fly away at anytime. One of the ways that we train a bird to come…
The Biblical Doctrine of Work
David Krueger • Sermon • • 277 views
Physical sloth can be deadly to the body. Intellectual sloth can be deadly to the mind. Spiritual sloth can be deadly to the soul.
The Ways of the World
Cody Hale • Sermon • • 8 views
Maximize the grace God has given to you so that you might not squander your life.
Terry Ellis • Sermon • • 34 views
In March of 2000 there was an horror filmed released that began a franchise by the name of Final Destination. This filmed showed the plight of several young people who had escaped death and one by one they met their doom. With each movie the individuals who had cheated death would face death all over…
James Duell • Sermon • • 3 views
The ants are a people not strong, Yet they prepare their meat in the summer; The ants are a people not strong, Yet they prepare their meat in the summer; The ants are a people not strong, Yet they prepare their meat in the summer; The ants are a people not strong, Yet they prepare their meat in the summer;…
Aaron Sturgill • Sermon • • 6,994 views
Introduction Message 11 | | April 15, 2018 Introduction Although the detriments of the sluggard are apparent to others around them, the sluggard has justified the life they lead, and firmly believe it is an acceptable lifestyle. These sluggards are often seen accepting unnecessary charity. They will…
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 115 views
We are continuing our series on “Respectable Sins”, sins that we tend to tolerate and try to find ways to justify when we see them in our lives, and even the lives of our brethren. Everyone’s toes have probably been thoroughly stepped on, including mine, as we have gone through this series and considered…
The End According to Jesus
Justin Gatlin • Sermon • • 49 views
In this next parable, Jesus reveals that God has entrusted us with His goods, and expects us to faithfully put them to work.
Proverbs: Practical wisdom for the Walk of Faith
Mitch King • Sermon • • 8 views
Laziness is costly, but hard work will be rewarded