Nathan Sehi • Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 465 views • 35:10
COVID-19 Series Update: The last few weeks I’ve been covering topics that I felt were important for us to be reminded of. Being away from church has an effect. Being finite people, is it possible for us to always remember what we should remember to the degree that we should remember it. And when we are…
Russell Jeffares • Vintage Grace Church • Sermon • • 52 views • 40:37
God’s word is usful in showing us how to think and how to live.
Rene Zeringue • Sermon • • 1 view
What does man Profit?
The Surrendered Life
David Austin • Sermon • • 2 views
What does walking out a Christian life accomplish? What does it profit us to live a Christian life?
Rene Zeringue • Sermon • • 1 view
God has Ordered things Beautifully God has Ordered things so that We look to Him Joy is Found by Resting in God's Order
Pastor C. H. Jr. • Sermon • • 8 views
16 All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, 17 that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. 16 Every part of Scripture is God-breathed and useful one way or another—showing us truth, exposing…
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 12 views
The true “profit” that the wise may receive and that will one day make sense of all of life’s “puzzles” is not to be found in this life “under the sun.” It is to be found in “eternity."
Dustin • Sermon • • 105 views
The things we choose to do for ourselves have no value compared to the things we choose to do for God and His kingdom.
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 2 views
Christians have often been called a people of the Book. This because we are known for being devoted to the Scriptures. Why are Christians so faithful to the Word? What is Scripture suppose to accomplish in our lives? Paul teaches us why the Word is so valuable in 2 Timothy 3:16-17. This passage reminds us that the Word is supposed to be profiting in our lives.
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 41 views
God has high expectations, but also provides the means of attaining them. It is not about earthly profit that Jesus is concerned with. It is risk-taking discipleship.
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 38 views
It is not that the pursuit of wisdom is completely pointless or useless. Wisdom has many advantages and can result in many positive outcomes. But… If your pursuit of wisdom is in order to find life’s ultimate “profit” or “advantage” or “value,” then your pursuit is misguided and will ultimately leave you disappointed.
Rev. Leonard Reiss • Sermon • • 2 views
As Christians, we are assured that our Lord is over all and will accomplish His purposes according to His plan.
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 95 views
Life keeps moving. Round and round it goes. Where can we find ultimate meaning and significance if there is nothing really new and we are so quickly forgotten? This ultimate meaning and signficance cannot be found ‘under the sun.’ it must be found in eternity with our Creator.
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 177 views
A Bible Study of Ecclesiastes 2:12-26
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 16 views
Ultimately, the pursuit of pleasure is 'hebel,' it cannot provide the ultimate gain or significance that we seek in this life.
Cameron Jungels • Eastside Baptist Church • Sermon • • 573 views
A Bible Study of Ecclesiastes 3:1-15
Clifton Jones • Prairie Grove Baptist Church • Sermon • • 10 views • 47:10
1.) Click on "Hell Is A Real Place" above to go to the page with the Study Notes. 2.) Then scroll down past the "Files" to view the Study Notes.
Jack Caron • Madawaska Gospel Church • Sermon • • 6 views • 36:04
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 17 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease The passage we are looking at has been greatly misunderstood. Some have thought it contradicts what Paul says about being justified by faith. James says we are justified by works. They appear to be holding opposite views, but a close study of the words reveals that they are in perfect…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 49 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease It cost Thomas Edison one dollar and ten cents to make the first light bulb. He sold them for 40 cents each. He then got the cost down to 80 cents a piece, but he still sold them for 40 cents. In the third year he reduced the cost to 50 cents. The losses were becoming greater as…