Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 57 views • 1:01:04
INTRODUCTION We come now to the Word of God and our study in 1 Peter The culmination of our worship this morning brings us to the Word of our Creator Let me invite you to take your Bible and turn with me to 1 Peter 5 Read 1 Peter 5:1-4 1 Therefore, I exhort the elders among you, as your fellow elder…
Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 54 views • 1:00:19
Jesus was triumphant over death, sin, demons and Satan. Peter offers this as encouragement to his suffering congregation. Join Pastor Steve in 1 Peter 3:18-22 as he talks about Christ's suffering and triumph and what He died while He was in the tomb.
David Samson • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 27 views • 30:47
How did Jesus comfort Mary and Martha after the death of their brother Lazarus? How does He help you today? Listen as David Samson preaches from John 11:1-44.
Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 43 views • 52:47
INTRODUCTION We are beginning a new chapter this morning in our ongoing study of 1 Peter So please take your copy of God’s Word and turn with me to 1 Peter chapter 4 Today we are looking at the first 2 verses as Peter teaches in verses 1-6 about “Arming Yourself Against Unjust Suffering” So that you…
Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 58 views • 1:04:46
How are we to follow Christ when we're suffering? Join Pastor Steve as he teaches from 1 Peter 2:20-25.
Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 31 views • 56:42
How does remembering your sinful past help you in arming yourself in suffering? Why do unbelievers resent you? Join Pastor Steve today as he examines Peter's words in 1 Peter 4:3-6.
Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 37 views • 1:06:04
How do we resist the devil? Do we use some kind of formula? Join Pastor Steve as he looks at 1 Peter 5:8-9.
1 Peter: Living As Exiles
Andy Fuqua • Sermon • • 2 views • 23:42
Introduction Gretchen passed from this life last Sunday… Naturally, many of us ask, “Why?” But that might not be the right question. Paul David Tripp, New Morning Mercies , Jan 2: “Human beings have a deep desire to know and understand. We spend much of our daily mental time trying to figure things out.…
Practical Holiness in Difficult Times
Rev Stephen Thomas • Renew Baptist Church • Sermon • • 35 views • 24:45
Judgement is a reality so let Christ be Lord, testify through suffering for him, be purified by him and don’t be an idiot so that you escape condemnation. Scene 1/ There are some confronting truths that the Bible teaches; one of those is that God will judge sin – We understand the idea of judgement for…
Who Do You Think You Are?
Steve Looper • Hope in Christ Fellowship • Sermon • • 79 views • 1:06:23
I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.” Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may…
Elder David T Collum • New Heaven and Earth • Sermon • • 8 views • 28:44
28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. If we love God we must accept whatever life brings our way as God’s love for us. Sometime bad things happen to God’s children, because God has a plan. 11 For I know the plans…
Rev. Lex DeLong • Washington Baptist Church • Sermon • • 23 views • 37:51
Jesus Christ had finished His work here on earth and ascended to His father in heaven some 18-21 years before this book was written (45-48 AD). The Apostle Paul was already on the scene, was or had spent a year in Antioch and Jerusalem being taught and teaching himself before setting out on his first…
The Book of Job
David Thompson • Grace Fellowship Church Hazleton • Sermon • • 5 views • 43:48
Introduction What do you want to be know for? It can be very interesting to walk through a cemetery and look at epitaphs. Joe DiMaggio Epitaph: “Grace, dignity and elegance personified” Dean Martin Epitaph: “Everybody loves somebody sometime” Alexander the Great Epitaph: “A tomb now suffices him for…
In His Steps
Thomas Overmiller • Brookdale Baptist • Sermon • • 10 views • 45:13
1 Peter 1:10-12 Knowing the past helps you appreciate the present. For those who suffer health challenges and medical conditions, it’s easy to complain. You may complain about the cost of healthcare, confusing professional advice, the side effects of certain prescriptions or treatments, or long waits…
Guided by a Sovereign God
Thomas Overmiller • Brookdale Baptist • Sermon • • 46 views • 43:33
Psalm 3 Somehow or another, every good movie finds a way to place the main character(s) in an excruciating dilemma with seemingly no way out. After squeezing out every last second of agony and horror from the audience through the twists and turns of the crisis, the plot finally resolves in some clever,…
Evil & Suffering
Jeremy Spence • First Baptist Church St. Paris • Sermon • • 27 views • 26:59
Two ways: positive thinking or resignation. These tend to the be two ways of handling pain, suffering or evil in our culture. If we can just think happy thoughts the pain will go away. If I just act as if it is not really happening I will be okay. Or this is just who I am. Look at my pain. Look at what…
Joshua LeBorious • Edgewater Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 9 views • 19:45
We are reminded that God graciously preserves and strengthens our faith. We are encouraged to build our faith on Christ and nothing else.
Thankful to be Counted Worthy
Dr. Brian M. Carmichael Sr. • Holy Temple M.B. Church • Sermon • • 14 views • 39:57
This Week’s Theme: Thankful for Being Used This Week’s Word is Suffering : The experience of pain or distress, both physical and emotional. Scripture is thoroughly realistic about the place of suffering in the world and in the lives of believers. To become a Christian is not to escape from suffering,…
Guided by a Sovereign God
Thomas Overmiller • Brookdale Baptist • Sermon • • 9 views • 39:34
Psalm 6 To the lead musician, with stringed instruments, on the eighth, a psalm of David. This introduction resembles the previous two psalms. It belonged in the collection of psalms for use in regular temple worship, was accompanied by string instruments – like guitars and harps, and was written by…
Give God What He Wants!
Dr. Brian M. Carmichael Sr. • Holy Temple M.B. Church • Sermon • • 106 views • 36:37
12 Beloved, do not think it strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you; 13 but rejoice to the extent that you partake of Christ’s sufferings, that when His glory is revealed, you may also be glad with exceeding joy. 14 If you are reproached for…
Kenn Chipchase • Pillar Fellowship • Sermon • • 95 views • 44:21
When I was going through my Greek class in seminary, my professor gave us an illustration about what to expect as we began studying the grammar. He told us that would could expect to be living in a constant state of heavy fog around the concepts were would be studying at a given time. We would study,…
Preaching Through the Bible
Gabriel Hilleson • Paw Paw Bible Church • Sermon • • 23 views • 50:16
Big Questions: Is God unfair or unjust? Is God uncaring or cold hearted? What do the scriptures say? Romans 6:22-23 Philippians 1:21-24 Psalms 116:15 God does not owe us anything, except what he has already graciously promised. The lives of God’s people are signs and testimonies to the world. Our witness…
In His Steps
Thomas Overmiller • Brookdale Baptist • Sermon • • 4 views • 43:14
1 Peter 3:8-12 If you’ve followed Christ for any significant length of time, you’ve probably experienced some special difficulties because you’re a Christian. These may include broken relationships, cultural marginalization, social isolation, ethical and professional challenges, and more. Still, let’s…
Matt Haywood • Bethlehem Baptist Church • Sermon • • 9 views • 19:32
Introduction: We live in an age of the consumer driven church model. People want to go be entertained and be served rather than following the model of Jesus to be a servant to others. They look for churches based on the programs that are offered and how many people consider the church to be the “cool”…
Highlights in James
Leigh Johnson • Phenix Baptist • Sermon • • 219 views • 23:39
It’s not a question of if we will face trials, but when. We live in a fallen world, with the darkness of sin present everywhere. It is no surprise, then, that those who follow Jesus Christ will experience hardships, opposition, trials of every kind. Jesus Himself warned His disciples that in this world…