The Gospel Transforms Us
Pastor Dean • Northridge Baptist Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 48:36
Many are well aware of our need to love one another. The Bible lays great emphasis on this, but sometimes, we are unaware of what it means to love. Pastor Dean explains from Romans 13 how we should see love from the perspective of a debt owed to all unconditionally to all. When we view love in this way, we will love all people for the sake of loving.
The Gospel Lens
We must not mistake our method for our purpose. Jesus calls us to be one, just as he and the Father are one, but in order to reveal his glory to the world. (Apologies for the dodgy recording!)
Study of Hebrews
The five exhortations given in Hebrews 10 to believers after we understand all the God has done for us. The last part of chapter discusses willful sin.
Mupe Kapopo (English Swahili Translation) • NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP • Sermon • • 16 views • unknown
Jesus tells us that we need to forgive others. With the help and lead of the Holy Spirit, our feelings towards those who have wronged us become love. And when we forgive, God will forgive us too!
Christians are called to love one another, but what is love? Is it an emotion or feeling, or sending chocolates and teddy bears? In 1 John God defines what love is for us and demonstrates it, that we may know how to obey and love one another rightly.
God has created us all for a special purpose. He has equipped us all with various gifts so we can serve Him by serving others. Today's message will address the area of WHY we serve and the many blessings that result from serving God, others and his spiritual body the church.
Joel Gilbert • Sermon • • 383 views
Introduction: Some time ago, I was at a leadership conference and the speaker there was talking about teamwork and how teams worked together. He painted the analogy of geese. If you've ever noticed that when geese fly, they tend to get into a formation, they create a "V." The purpose of this is to maximize…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 1,873 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease D. L. Moody has related a tradition concerning the sight of Solomon's temple. It seems that the land was occupied by two brothers. One had a family and the other was unmarried. One evening after harvesting the wheat, as they sat in their separate dwellings, the elder brother said…
Sermon • • 6,331 views
Introduction: In Genesis 4:9 the ancient brother, Cain, is asked by God, Where is your brother, Abel? Cain replies, I do not know; am I my brother's keeper? The text seems to imply that God believed that Cain was, indeed, his brother's keeper, and he had a responsibility for him. That is a revolutionary…
Robert J Farthing • Sermon • • 222 views
Date Preached: February 8, 2009 Text: Romans 12:16, Romans 15:5, John 17, Philippians 2:5 Title: Of the Same Mind as One Another Thesis: Introduction: q Illustration: o Last week was the Super Bowl and for me the game was capped off by an amazing play that made Super Bowl history. o It was the last play…
Michael J. Riggs • Sermon • • 15 views
October 5, 2008 Forgive One Another Colossians 3:12-17 One Another Series Proposition: We are to forgive our fellow Christians. 1. The reason for forgiveness: Our identity as God’s people. Lucado, Daniel Applause of Heaven 2.The example of forgiveness: Our reception of God’s work. Matthew 18:32-34 Luke…
Michael J. Riggs • Sermon • • 7 views
Title: Serve One Another Series: One Another Text: Galatians 5:13-15 Proposition: We demonstrate our love of God in service to one another. 1. The great paradox: freed to serve. The opposite example is the ungrateful servant. (Matthew 18) What Freedoms do we have: Financial Physical Time Abilities Passion…
James (Jim) L. Goforth, Jr • Sermon • • 10 views
Freed to be Free #15 Galatians 6:1-18 A Community of Freedom Well our journey through Galatians ends today. We’ve been off and on this journey since October, with a few side trips for stewardship emphasis and Christmas, for the New Year, Easter, and Mother’s Day. As our journey began, Paul was addressing…
Robert Wagner • Sermon • • 61 views
Accept One Another Romans 15:7 “Accept (welcome) one another as Christ has accepted (welcomed) you, for the glory of God. 1. Our Mandate: “Accept one another” Q: What are some reasons the average person won’t befriend another person? This concept comes after the verses on unity and is key to it. Q: What…