Karl M Schultz • First Evangelical Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 1,499 views • 16:28
Separation anxiety. Dogs get it when you leave them home alone. Children get it when you drop them off at preschool for the first time. Christians get it when loved ones leave us. The disciples got it when Jesus left them. But he had a special message for them, "Do not let your hearts be troubled." John 14 contains a special promise to alleviate all of your fears.
John Ramos • Park City Baptist Church, Park City, MT • Sermon • • 311 views • 39:43
Can you refelct upon a time when God sent a woman of the Christian faith into your life? In this sermon, pastor John unpacks the influences of Timothy that played a major role in his decision to follow Jesus. Women of the faith can be your mother and grandmother, like Timothy's, but they can also be someone who has spiritually adopted you and is pouring into your life biblical truths.
From the moment one finds out one is pregnant, life forever changes. Scripture states children are a gift from God that can simultaneously be a source of great joy and grief. It is far from easy bringing a child up in the ways of the Lord in a world that has embraced the god of self and as many paths as one can imagine! As you examine your own life only to find much sin you cannot help but wonder if you have what it takes to be a good mom in the eyes of Jesus? The answer of course is YES you can be a good mom because the Spirit of God who lives in you who will help you develop certain characteristics within yourself that are necessary to please the Father in how you raise your children. Today’s sermon is going to look at seven different moms in the Bible to find out what these characteristics are so that one day you will hear Jesus say well done with the gifts of life I entrusted you with, you have sacrificially loved and given your children every opportunity to know Me!
. Today’s sermon is going to look at seven different moms in the Bible to find out what these characteristics are so that one day you will hear Jesus say well done with the gifts of life I entrusted you with, you have sacrificially loved and given your children every opportunity to know Me!
As we celebrate our moms, Pastor Tim encourages them to "seek those things which are above" - but, this is not always easy to do, especially in the days in which we live with so many things here on earth to occupy our attention. Fortunately, we find help when we remember what is true about our past, our present, and our future in Christ. An expository sermon from Col. 3:1-4. Sermon begins at 10:20.