2019 - Deliverance
Matthew J. Sine • Charity Baptist Church • Sermon • • 69 views • 33:42
Each year in Rudyard, Montana, a good-natured vote takes place to raise money for a local museum and park. Local residents pay $5 to vote on the grumpiest member of their community. They can vote as many times as they like with every additional vote costing just $1. After the ballots are counted, a winner…
Building a People of God With Unusual Characters
Pastor Dave Collett • Inter-Community Church of God • Sermon • • 28 views • 30:24
God’s People Setting Out From Egypt We last left Moses at the head of a great company of Israelites, who are finally departing Egypt after more than 400 years of service to the Egyptian Pharaoh, and years of salvation from famine in Canaan as God preserved and grew his people for this day. They did not…
Pastor Bart Leger • Faith Bible Church of Lake Charles • Sermon • • 598 views • 34:58
The prodigal son's return was a joyous one. Because of his return, his father threw a party. But one person missed out on the blessing. What caused his elder brother to miss out on the blessing? Listen as Pastor Leger teaches on the sin's of the good brother.
Delivered to Dwell
Eureka Baptist Church • Sermon • • 989 views • 52:19
In grumbling we rebel against God. In groaning we run to God.
Jonathan Anderson • Faith Baptist Church • Sermon • • 200 views • 37:06
Broadly in this series of sermons we are talking about the need for patient endurance in our obedience. Last week I used the illustration of not only loosing weight, but keeping or maintaing that weight loss. After the sermon I was talking with a brother and he shared another good illustration of our…
Romans: The Just Shall Live by Faith
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Brookfield Church of Christ • Sermon • • 489 views • 38:09
Harsh critcism is out of place among believers, who are urged to see each other in the best possible light. Criticism of God arises from a failure to understand His actions and purposes.
Jonathan Anderson • Faith Baptist Church • Sermon • • 199 views • 39:01
How do we continually put on the mindset of Jesus? How do we grow in the area of sacrificial gospel ministry?
Mathews A John • ALF Kuwait • Sermon • • 55 views • 44:53
Have you been grumbling? Is Murmuring OK? What happens to people who grumble about anything and everything? Can you see the Rose among the thorns?
Adam Roe • Sermon • • 4 views
Grumbling is often rooted in lack of trust that God will provide. Gratitude is rooted in acknowledgement of all that God has provided while trusting that He will continue providing.
Shawn Kasten • Sermon • • 12 views
Journey to Sinai
Sims • Sermon • • 9 views
Introduction An April 14th ‘Our daily bread’ devotional, year not given, talks about a Scottish preacher named George Matheson. Rev. Matheson had a problem. He was unwilling to praise God during bad times, only in good ones. I doubt he was alone in his day. Let’s face it. Praising God when bad times…
How to Break a Church
Res Spears • Liberty Spring Christian Church • Sermon • • 56 views
I’ve been pretty transparent with you all through the past year about many of my struggles, because I think it’s important for the church to know that its pastor is just as prone to the weaknesses of the flesh as anybody else. So today, continuing in that vein, I want to share with you the story of an…
Journey to Sinai
Sims • Sermon • • 12 views
The Rock Upon which we stand and live in Christ Jesus our Lord
Res Spears • Liberty Spring Christian Church • Sermon • • 1,218 views
Happy New Year, everybody! In the immortal words of Barbara Walters, “This is 2020.” Today, in churches around the world, pastors are standing at their pulpits delivering messages about 20/20 vision. The combination of the vision-casting opportunity of the first sermon of the year, along with the coincidence…
David R. McAllan • Sermon • • 3 views
- The church is a distinct people – we have been called out of the world to be God’s people Beware the Trappings of Idolatry Date: 02-01-20 853 Echuca - The church is a distinct people – we have been called out of the world to be God’s people - God’s people were always to be a distinctively different…
In the Wilderness
David Krueger • Sermon • • 171 views
When we grumble about our circumstances we under-value what god has given us.
Cody Hale • Sermon • • 21 views
Introduction Hi, my name is Cody, and I’m a grumbler. I don’t want to be a grumbler or to be known as a grumbler, but, man, I can turn negative on something quick. I’m the first one to admit to you that when my idea gets turned down for another idea, that there’s this part of me that pulls for the other…
The Gospel Project
Ed Dingess • Sermon • • 2 views
I. Introduction Last week we talked about Israel’s lack of faith in God’s ability to bring them into the land and give their enemies over into their hand. It seems that Israel is not finished grumbling against God yet. The people became impatient: What does it say about us when we become impatient? It…
Jesse Bocanegra • Sermon • • 13 views
What We Think We live in a discontent culture In fact our discontentment is encouraged by our culture. This world wants you to whine We live in a society of the next best things. We always need an upgrade, update and the 2.0 turns into to 13.0. Every marketing technique is based off of our dissatisfaction…
My Big Fat Mouth
Michael McIntyre • Sermon • • 3 views
Hey Southwest Students! My name is Christian and I get the privilege of closing out our Big Fat Mouth series. Over the last four weeks, we have looked at all the ways that our mouths can get us into trouble. We saw how gossip shifts our perspective away from the Gospel and tells us that “we are strong…
Richard Schwartz • Sermon • • 9 views
At some point, most of us struggle with grumbling and arguing in life (see vs. 14). How do we defeat this? How do we become truly joyful people, not grumbly people? This short section in Philippians packs a practical punch as Paul unpacks how to become a joyful person not a grumbly person.
What Following Isn't
Jason Alley • Sermon • • 1 view
This is the first of who sermons in a series on following the Lord. This is the first week and provides negative examples: What Following Isn't.
Claiming the Promise
Lynn Miller Jackson • Sermon • • 44 views
There is much on our lives that is killing us. We need help beyond our own remedies. We have a Savior who will rescue us from what is killing us, if we will look up to Christ and Live!
Exodus: The Presence of the Savior
Jason M. Dickinson • Sermon • • 1 view
Introduction The Exodus event - Israel’s freedom from slavery mirrors our own salvation from sin and death through Jesus Christ. Exodus 15:22–27 (PtW Ex): Since the book of Exodus set the pattern for Christ, it is not surprising that it also sets the pattern for the Christian. ILLUST - Something that…
Embracing Hope by Eliminating Avoidable Errors
Robert C. Beckman Jr. • Sermon • • 5 views
Start Entice: Our focus should be on Jesus . Not on ourselves . Not on our leaders . Not on our favorite preacher or teacher . Not on our favorite " celebrity ". The issues at Corinth began with self-satisfied pride. Gifted people making choices for how "me and mine" are going to live the Christian life.…