Dan Taylor • Hope Baptist Church • Sermon • • 3 views • 30:16
Luke 1:26-38 Nothing is impossble for God to do. Through God all things are possible. By sending Jesus who lived a perfect life, died in our place and rose again, we go from death to life, from despair to hope. The impossible is done!
The Corinthian Correspondence
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 34 views • 40:36
Many skeptics have tried to point out that the Bible contains contradictions, like Proverbs 26:4-5: "Don't answer a fool" on one hand, but we are to "Answer a fool" on the other. What is that all about? And what does that have to do with Paul's ongoing battle with the false teachers who have infiltrated the church of Corinth? Come with the Grace United crew as we discover how Paul employs divine wisdom, answering fools according to their folly.
Gospel of John
After 4 days Jesus arrives in Bethany. Lazarus is dead, Martha and Mary are greiving but Jesus has a purpose. This isn't really a story about death but about the nature of God.
Gospel of John
Jesus begins His public ministry with a silent miracle quietly but amazingly turning water into wine. In this event we are reminded that everything God does is to lead us to glorify and believe in Jesus. At this wedding we are shown the eternal, glorious, all-powerful God is personally interested in you. He wants to build the faith of His people and for us to know true, joyous life.
Stand against the schemes of Satan by being strong through the power of Christ's might. Don't be fooled by the physical propaganda all around you. Satan works behind the scenes seeking whom he may devour. Be strong in Christ, and you will stand against this insidious, invisible enemy of Christ Jesus. God bless.
Pastor E. Keith Hassell • Grace Fellowship (Rusk) • Sermon • • 20 views • 1:01:45
The purpose of this lesson is to help the disciple understand the anointing and how to minister effectively under the anointing.
The Gospel of Matthew
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 17 views
Great prayers are nourished by great praise, and God is worthy of our praise! 1. Praise God for His kingdom. 2. Praise God for His power. 3. Praise God for His glory.
This sermon finishes our study of Ephesians chapter one and covers Paul's prayer for the believers in Ephesus. We examine Paul's attitude of thanksgiving as well as the specific content of his prayer in order to better pray for one another.
The Book of Acts
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 116 views
The power of God: 1. Overcomes the worst conditions (vs. 12-16). 2. Outrages God's enemies (vs. 17-18). 3. Opens prison doors (vs. 19-25). 4. Obligates us to the highest devotion (vs. 26-29).
Aaron E. Green • Sermon • • 12 views
1. Intro: This morning we get to take a look at something that is commonly misunderstood today. The Power of God. We live in a world where we wonder who would win in different types of fights. We see this on Youtube with rap-battles and even animated battles between super-heros. One that I want to see…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 17 views
Intro – Last week we left John disillusioned after several months in prison. He had challenged King Herod for stealing his brother’s wife and Herod jailed him. His reward for doing right? – a dungeon! Furthermore, Jesus was doing miracles everywhere, but none for John. He began to doubt. He felt like…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 100 views
Supernatural Christmas. A week from today, next time we meet together, Christmas will be all over. So I thought that it would be appropriate at this time to have a look at the Christmas story. Someone once remarked about the book of Acts, that if you remove the supernatural from the book of Acts you…
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Stopping to Remember (Joshua 4) God's people sometimes suffer from spiritual amnesia. The psalmist complained, "They forgot what he had done, and the wonders he had shown them" (78:11). On the contrary, God expects His people to remember His mighty acts in their lives. We can easily forget the significant…
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Does Jesus Care? Divine Power (John 11:38-46) "We have seen that Jesus cares by acting with divine timing and by giving a divine revealing of His Person: "I am the resurrection and the life" (v. 25). But, the ultimate expression of Jesus' care is the undisputed demonstration of His power. The resurrection…
Rich DeRuiter • Sermon • • 6 views
Reading: Ephesians 3:14-21 may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ Ephesians 3:18 (NIV) I. The Strength to grasp His love A. Strength Rooted in His love 1. Continues the thought from last week. 2. Strength rooted/founded in His…