Book of Luke
Pastor George Coon • ELBC • Sermon • • 12 views • 33:01
Luke 9:18-27 Being a disciple is often described as being a follower of Jesus Christ. But, being a true disciple of Jesus is much more. There is a price to being a disciple of Jesus that many do not see, but there is also hope in being a disciple.
Felecia Wallace • Sermon • • 6 views
Control - prolonged cruel and unjust treatment Opression - the exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust manner. an act or instance of oppressing or subjecting to cruel or unjust impositions or restraints. the state of being oppressed. the feeling of being heavily burdened, mentally…
On Our Journey to Being Forty
Anthony Castillo Miranda • Sermon • • 137 views
HOOK We are way well into the third week of our anniversary month— We are “ On Our Journey to Being Forty ” We look forward to see you all at the grand celebration of our 40th year church anniversary on Sunday the 27th— It will be an evening Service that starts at 5:25pm, followed by dinner for everyone—…
Joel Hayworth • Sermon • • 7 views
Introduction There comes a point in everyone’s life where the rubber meets the road and what someone believes inside turns into what someone does on the outside. We know that warfare is an example of this. In the ancient world, especially the Roman world, children were told their entire lives that their…
Micah Hale • Sermon • • 6 views
The Christian life may present many challenges and distractions, but in Philippians 3:12-14 the Apostle Paul turns our attention to living the Christian life with zeal, and how we should pursue Christ with fervent desire and focus.
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 1,433 views
In the world, death's only profit seems to be the end of suffering. If one reads the Bible, one realizes how false this statement is. For those who are not Christians, it is not the end of suffering. For those who are, it is the entry to eternal life and joy.
Branden Fredericks • Sermon • • 7 views
Philippians 3:7-15 Introduction All for Christ – Vv. 7-11 Counting All Loss to Gain Christ (vv. 7-8) What things were gain Old life All things loss Things of this world Sufferings Gaining Christ Surpassing worth of knowing Him He is the Prize Redemption to Christ (vv. 9-11) Justification Imputed righteousness…
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.
Corey Johnson • Sermon • • 9 views
INTRODUCTION: 1. If we are going to truly understand “to die is gain” we must... A. Figure out what Paul meant when he wrote “For to me, to live is Christ”. 1 Imitate me, just as I also imitate Christ. B. Then, we must put this concept into practice. 20 I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer…
The Gospel of Luke
Have you recently committed to something that you know is going to be grueling work but consider that the sacrifice and endurance will be worth it, perhaps worth it now in its benefit to your character and health, and especially worth it because of the result in the end? We call that kind of incentive…
Counsel from Corinth
It is important to do God's work God's way; the cost of carnality is severe, but the reward of faithfulness is sweet. Mistaking the Source of spiritual growth means missing the mark in ministry!
Ritch Grimes • Chinook Alliance Church • Sermon • • 1 view
You can watch this message on our YouTube channel, https://youtu.be/q4e1-_ht1Wc. Today, we will be given our first formal lesson on wisdom. You'll have to wait until the end to discover the main point.
Clifton Jones • Prairie Grove Baptist Church • Sermon • • 178 views • 42:43
1.)Click on "The Christ Centered Life" above to go to the page with the Study Notes. 2.)Then scroll down past the "Files" to view the Study Notes. 3.) To download the bulletin click on "January_31_Bulletin.pdf" under "Files".
The Gospel According to Isaiah
Job famously remarked after losing his family and most of his possessions, "the Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away." (Job 1:21) While this statement is certainly correct, it doesn't explain why. In this passage we see a similar situation, but with a bit more detail which may provide an answer. An expository sermon from Isaiah 3-4; sermon begins at about 26:20.
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Text: Phil 3:7-14 Intro: Becoming a Christian is not an “add on” but a whole new life. “old things must pass away and all things become new. Must be willing to lose in order to gain (v7) Things Gained – Earned Counted For Loss – Counted Past Tense – Already Gone Willingly Have suffered the loss of all…
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A Time to Gain and a Time to Lose You have heard it said, "It is the decisions that kill me"; and there is an element of truth in that. It all depends on the kind of decisions that are made. If we make the right choices, the inevitable consequences will be demonstrated in a life of righteousness. On…