Michael Mize • New Hope Baptist Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 27:41
Pastor D. W. Summers • Zavalla UPC • Sermon • • 18 views • 54:12
The Church - Moving From Good to Great
Pastor Jon Vincent • First Baptist Church of Kewanee • Sermon • • 20 views • 36:50
Alastair Duncan • SGT - St George's Tron • Sermon • • 44 views • 31:44
As the first day of our European Championships cycling events draws to a close, Alastair speaks about Zacchaeus and Bartimaeus and how Jesus saw them through the crowds and helped both of them to really see.
Tara Vang • Lacey Seventh-day Adventist Church • Sermon • • 0 views • 1:16:00
Tara Vang: The Truth That Transforms 2022-09-23 Theme Text: Revelation 14:6-7 Tara Vang is a child of refugees and spent half of her adult life in legislative advocacy and policy work for refugees and immigrants, and worked in Nutrition and Public Health. Then she went on a GLOW mission trip. And. It. Changed. Her. Life. Now she is working for the Young Adult Department at the Central California Conference. Previously she helped to manage free health clinics with Life Hope Centers and helped to print over 10 million GLOW tracts for literature evangelism. Tara has also been the Vice President of Evangelism for GYC (Generation. Youth. Christ.) She has a passion for small group bible studies, friendship evangelism, and discipleship. Her prayer for you is “...to so relate yourself to society and to life that you may answer the purpose of God in your creation.” Fundamentals of Christian Education 82.3.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 6 views • 1:14:21
It's okay to be sad. Jesus and His Kingdom message are true even if you don't feel anything. Jesus speaks the truth without all the modern hype. We're deceived by trying to live from dopamine rush to dopamine rush and calling that 'spiritual life'. The Father is seeking those who will worhip Him in Spirit and truth. Worship is not a type of song. It is not necessarily singing songs at all. Workship is bowing yourself down to something. Bowing down, in your heart, to someone or something, is workship. Jesus is able to save the sick, yes, but when should He stop? When would it be okay for Him to let someone you love die. Does death matter? Does life matter? If there is eternal life, if there is resurrection, then it matters more than we seem to think. These thoughts shared by Jason Stuart Percy at Refuge TLH in Tallahassee, FL on Sunday, November 28, 2021.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 72 views • 1:04:57
Jesus heals our sicknesses. Not always how we want, or when we want. Everyone that was healed by Jesus while He was on Earth still died. Those who trust Him are healed eternally and are in His presence awaiting the resurrection. Jesus demonstrated to Israel that He was truly the promised Messiah, God with Us, come to remove the curse upon creation after Adam's sin. Jesus did many great miracles and He still does. Not the least of which, He was raised from the dead and is, therefore, alive now. He has promised to raise everyone who lives and believes in Him. We have truly entered and enjoy His Kingdom knowing freedom from the fear of death! He Himself took our infirmities. Rejoice, we'll live free of sicknesses in the end.
Jonathan Albanese • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 35 views • 1:00:21
As Christians, we live our lives by faith. We live by believing God and learning to trust Him. As weak humans, our faith can waiver, and following together with Jesus, we may find ourselves at times in spiritual highs and at other times in spiritual lows. In the midst of this, Jesus remains faithful. He remains steadfast, immovable, sure. He obeys the Father and He becomes for us the place where we find rest and refuge. We hope you'll begin to trust Him, too. There is no one like our God! Shared by Jonathan Albanese at Refuge Christian Fellowship Tallahassee on Sunday, March 1, 2020.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 19 views • 1:00:39
Traditions easily become used as a way to enforce prejudice. Especially after several generations of practice. We can forget to see the needs and the people around us and obey teh command to love them because we are so busy trying to keep our traditions. People are more important than our man-made traditions. Showing mercy is better than not healing on the Sabbath. While we struggle to understand and believe who Jesus really is, the demonic realm is absolutely sure of Him. And they tremble. Too bad we don't. Frequently the world sees Jesus and His followers as those who are out of their minds because spiritually things must be discerned by God's Spirit. His Spirit is in those who believe Him. The Jewish leaders blasphemed God's Spirit by attributing Jesus' works to the power of Satan. Even so, Jesus has come and is making a new family of all those who believe, both Jew and Gentile. Shared by Jason Stuart Percy at Refuge Christian Fellowship Tallahassee on Sunday, February 9, 2020.
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 30 views • 1:03:24
Often, even as followers of Jesus, we find our immediate response regarding behavioral psychological issues to be more in line with an unbelieving, materialistic, naturalistic worldview. This, in spite of the fact that Jesus regularly dealt with, talked about, and affirmed the reality of the meta-physical, the unseen spiritual world in which we live. At the very least, we should pause and pray, consider, and seek the LORD in the situations in which we find ourselves in relation to the people around us in regard to both their and our behavior. Maybe there's more to humans that random, electrical impulses, synapses, and chemicals. Where do we draw the line anyhow? And who gets to decide where that line even is? God has made a world full of powerful elements. Medicine can be good. We ought to trust in God and be wise. We are to live by faith. Shared by Jason Stuart Percy at Refuge Christian Fellowship Tallahassee on Sunday, February 23, 2020.
Jeff McCutchen • The Lighthouse • Sermon • • 78 views • 25:04
Pastor David • Elim Foursquare • Sermon • • 33 views • unknown
Pastor David shares his vision of the ministry of the Church as the body of Christ, which includes Christians ministering in the power of the Holy Spirit as outlined in the Scriptures, and experienced in the early church. Pastor David challenges the Church and Believers to learn to "Do What Jesus and His early disciples did!"
The Book of Acts
Aaron Roeck • Heritage Grace Church • Sermon • • 3 views • 39:28
Passage: Acts 3:1-26. This week, Aaron walks through Acts 3 as Peter and John show Jesus' love to the disabled man by healing his legs. Then, they share the love of Jesus by telling everyone exactly why and how the man was healed.
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 9,463 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Paul Aurandt tells this fascinating historical example of the victory of the underdog. Sybaris was one of the wealthiest of Greek cities. The people lived in luxury and were the envy of others. But some people are never satisfied, and so one of the leaders persuaded the tribunal…
Stephen DeKuyper • Sermon • • 94 views
Jesus Came For Mercy, Not Sacrifice Jesus heals a paralytic and is accused of blasphemy - Matthew 9:1-8 Jesus calls Matthew and eats with sinners and tax collectors at his home - Matthew 9:9-13 Jesus uses an analogy of an unshrunk patch and a new wineskin to make an illustration about fasting - Matthew…
Edwin Colon • Sermon • • 65 views
Cheer Up Part-3 How God Heals Your Hidden Wounds March 13 2005 “God heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds.” . Ps. 147:3 (NCV) STEPS IN GOD’S HEALING PROCESS 1. REVEAL _______________________________ “I kept very quiet… but I became even more upset. I became very angry inside, and as I thought…
Edwin Colon • Sermon • • 599 views
Cheer Up Part-3 How God Heals Your Hidden Wounds March 13 2005 “God heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds.” Ps. 147:3 (NCV) When people hurt deeply, they will do almost anything to stop the hurt. Get stoned. Get drunk. Pop some pills. Go to bed with somebody they don’t even know. They’ll…