The Healing of the Land
Pastor Kevin T. Brown • Naalehu Assembly of God • Sermon • • 115 views • 47:04
Part 1: The People of God Today we will begin a series of messages on the Healing of the Land. God promises that in times of crisis He is at work in the lives of his people. For what purpose or outcome is he active? Is the church or congregation of God people just their to enjoy one an others company?…
Galatians: Continuing in Grace
Matthew Round • Hope City Church Edinburgh • Sermon • • 93 views • 27:12
Matt talks us through Galatians 6:11-18, highlighting that our real hope is in the new creation.
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 67 views • 39:07
PRAYER … A topic so many of us are aware of yet so many of us are not near proficient in! Why is that? Uncertain how to or what to say? Maybe we don’t think it is all that important Or maybe we are just too busy? "Is what we are doing really worth doing, if we can do it without prayer?" ~Howard Hendricks~…
Nathan Sehi • Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 857 views • 38:56
For what purpose did God make us his people. In one sense Peter challenges us to personally live out the Gospel as foreigners in this world. In another sense, he challenges us to live an evangelistic life.
Garey Walker Jr • Living Way Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 46:47
The Two Multitudes Good afternoon. I hope that everyone is having a great weekend. Today we are going to be looking at Revelation chapter seven. But before we get there I want to give us a kind of recap so that we can begin to see why so many in the persecuted church actually find comfort in this book.…
Life of Jesus
Matthew L Ellis • MHAFB Protestant Community • Sermon • • 43 views • 35:46
Jesus' historical resurrection is the source & center of God's people.
Bobby Howell • Sermon • • 3 views
God's Work in Individuals- Ezra 2 Exiles returning to the Land, a second exodus I. The Individuals Returning- Ezra 2:1-2 Now these are the people of the province who came up from the captivity of the exiles, whom Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon had taken captive to Babylon (they returned to Jerusalem…
Pastor Don Carpenter • Evangelical Baptist Church • Sermon • • 132 views
It has been a rough couple of months! On this night of our first face to face meeting since late march, many of us have been scared, frustrated, overwhelmed and even angry. The threat of a disease we know little about, compounded be an opportunistic and sometimes even despotic government has frazzled…
The Gospel of Mark
Brandon Langley • St. Rose Community Church • Sermon • • 103 views • 42:16
Introduction: If you have your Bibles let me invite you to open with me to the book of Mark. We will begin reading with verse 31 and we will read just through verse 35. The Gospel of Mark often uses literary devices to make theological points. Mark has arranged his gospel thematically in such a way that…
Byzantine Lenten Homilies
Peter H. Davids • Peter H. Davids • Sermon • • 7 views
Our readings remind us that we are not a version of Christianity but part of the people of God stretching back to Moses and beyond. These holy ones are both examples for us and witnesses of our own carrying the tradition forward. We see this continuity in the story of Jesus and Philip and Nathaniel.
Bobby Howell • Sermon • • 2 views
God's Work in Pagan Rulers- Ezra 1 We begin a new book this morning, the book of Ezra. Though the Jewish people combine Ezra and Nehemiah, we are going to deal only with Ezra, though the two books have much overlapping material. In addition, the book covers a lengthy period of time (spanning about 100…
Captain Rob Westwood-Payne • Sermon • • 1 view
As we celebrate our Church Anniversary, we recognise how good it is to be God's people and to know that he is always with us.
How to Build a Church
Anthony Gentle • Tanilba Bay Baptist Church • Sermon • • 6 views
God cares more about people than things
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 33 views • 46:45
This is an interactive sermon. You are invited to interact with the story - feel free to laugh, cry, shout, dance and celebrate with the characters in the story. When you hear certain characters, you can cheer or boo as is appropriate. If you see God at work in the story, silently put up a hand and give Him praise!
Ephesians: Unity in Christ
Chris Gravning • Sermon • • 14 views
Intro: What happens when something is transformed? Ultimately, its function and nature are changed into something different. If you played with the toys called Transformers or watched the show or movies over the years, you would see this. The vehicle would transform itself into a sentient robot, aliens…
John Stapleton • Sermon • • 4 views
We all have come from broken families that have passed sin down to us. Through new birth, God becomes our Father and the church becomes our family where we practice being new - loving instead of living in the futile ways our families gave us.
Dr. Hugo E. Garcia • Sermon • • 3 views
El Maestro de maestros, nuestro Señor Jesús, comunmente enseñaba por medio de parábolas. Tomaba cosas de la vida diaria del oyente y sacaba lecciones que todos podían entender. El cap. 13 de Mateo es uno de los capítulos que más parábolas contiene. Una de ellas era la del trigo y la cizaña. En la parábola,…
Andy Osborne • Sermon • • 12 views
Point of the Passage: While Judah desired to be assimulated into the Canaanite world, Tamar desired to be assimulated into the people of God. This is what makes Judah confess that she is more righteous than him.
What does it mean to belong?
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 78 views • 46:23
We are the “People of God.” While this exact phrase is not in our text, the concept is all throughout scripture. Paul has to redefine it for his readers now that the Gentiles are also believing and belonging in Christ. We are going to look as some phrases that are in the text and how they take on a different meaning in light of Jesus the Messiah.
Dr Will Caldwell • Sermon • • 0 views
Church we should have the power of the Holy Spirit active and vibrant in our worship, witness, and kingdom service.
Ryan Miller • Sermon • • 0 views
The book of Revelation shows us the privilege and care in being called His people, the Bride, the New Jerusalem, the covenant-multitude surrounding the throne of God almighty. From every tongue and tribe and nation, we have been bought and redeemed by the blood of the Lamb.
Phil LaRue • Sermon • • 3 views
Good Morning New Life! Praising God for all that he has done! Possible Title: The Object of Angelic Curiosity 3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His abundant mercy has begotten us again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, 4…
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Pleasant Valley UMC • Sermon • • 1 view
God sometimes has to act in a very unusual way to get our attention/
What does it mean to belong?
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 103 views • 42:38
Why should the church be divided? We have this “good news” that the world needs to hear and experience. Instead of focusing on our differences, why not focus instead on what is our part in communicating God’s message to the world?!
Sarah • Sermon • • 6 views
Reminding Us that we are one people under christ