Message #2 in sermon series entitled The Mission Goes On. This message is based on Scripture from Acts 2:1-12. These early believers had received their marching orders, but were ordered to wait for a Divine helper before they began to march. Prepare to be amazed by the precise time the Lord had chose for the Holy Spirit’s awesome arrival. His grand entrance left no doubt in these believer’s minds and everyone else’s that something incredible took place. And finally, we will all discover that the Holy Spirit’s purpose is always to display the glory of God and to point the lost toward the salvation that is found only in Him.
This is message #1 of a brand new sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This first sermon is called the Mandated Mission and comes from Acts 1:1-11. We can clearly see in this passage that our Lord is sovereign over all and validated such by His glorious resurrection from the dead. We also are reminded that we desperately need the power of God to do His work. And finally we are commanded to be faithful witnesses to everyone; from least to rich, from weak to strong, from beggar to the king himself. Who can you share the Good news with this week?
The final message in a sermon series entitled ‘Common Threads of a Close Walk’. This message is called The Grateful One and is based primarily on Luke 7:36-50. In these verses we see an amazing display of gratitude from a sinful woman whom the Lord chose to set free from bondage. She had experienced the mercy and grace of God and wasn’t going to let anything get in the way of her showing her thankfulness. We see a beautiful act of love, followed by a life of faithful devotion. This story begs each of us to ask a thoughtful question of ourselves: how thankful are we for what God has done in our lives and how do we show our gratitude?
Message #8 in a sermon series entitled ‘Common Threads of a Close Walk’. This message is called The Beloved One and is based on Scripture found in 1 John 4:7-12. We will discover that one of the greatest assurances that we are truly walking with God is His amazing Love in our hearts. If we want to learn about this awesome love that only comes from God we don’t have to look any further than the example that our Lord showed us on the cross. And than finally; How are we supposed to respond to this amazing love and grace that we have received? How does the Father want us to treat one another?
Message #7 in a sermon series entitled ‘Common Threads of a close Walk’. This sermon is called, A Steadfast Soldier; it flows from Scripture found in Philippians 3:10-14 and is based on the life of the Apostle Paul. We can clearly see that this missionary had an earnest desire to know his Lord and Savior intimately. Out of that relationship came a determination to fulfill his God given call, with the desire to give God all the praise. We know that Paul finished his christian race triumphantly; but what about each of us. Are you in the race? Are we bringing God much glory?
This is message #6 in a sermon series entitled common threads of a close walk. Today our text comes from Psalm 40:1-5 and we will discover that David was a Faithful Follower. He was a man of prayer and was continually delivered from perilous situations because God was with him. He had a heart of true worship and is called a man after God’s own heart in the Word of God. How about each of us; Do we pray? Do we listen? Do we Follow?
This is message #5 in sermon series entitled ‘Common threads of a close Walk’, directly from the Book of Ruth. We will see clearly that Ruth made a wonderful choice to follow God and to leave her old ways. When she put herself under His authority, the Lord worked through His divine plan to provide and bless. Her faithfulness and devotion resulted in God providing a blessing for all people! How devoted are we to our God?
Sermon on Fathers Day and the message comes from 1 John 2:28-3:3 and John 3:16,17. We can learn so much from the greatest Father of us all! The Lord has chosen us to be a part of His family and we are covered by His amazing love. As a great Father he encourages his children to follow him and he continually helps us to stay on His path. And finally He is the perfect example of sacrificial love and He asks us to serve our families as he served us.