This message was given on Mother’s Day and comes out of Proverbs 31:10-31. We
see that a Mother’s worth is priceless, Her work is never finished, Her heart is overflowing with compassion, she is blessed with Godly wisdom, and mom is worthy of our Gratitude. The best moms walk with their Lord and inspire their families to follow Him by faith. Thank you moms for all you do!!!
This message was delivered on Senior Appreciation Sunday, and comes from 2 Samuel, chapters 17&19. We meet a loyal servant to the king named Barzillai. He risked his life ministering to David’s needs and instead of allowing the king to bless him in response; he instead passed the blessing on to his family. Some of king David’s last words to his son Solomon, included gratitude for Barzillai’s faithfulness. What legacy are we leaving for our families?
The first message in a new sermon series entitled “Common Threads”.
This message is taken from Genesis 3:8-11; 21 and is called A Pure Walk. Think about Adam and Eve’s perfect relationship with God before the fall. We see the terrible consequences of rebelling against our creator and the matchless Love of God that made a way back into His loving arms. Where are you in your personal walk with the Lord? May we all draw closer!
Sermon #7 in series entitled “Letters to the Seven Churches” Rev. 3:14-22
The Lord does not have anything good to say about the church at Laodicea. Many believe this particular church best represents the typical modern day church of our world. These christians had slumped into an attitude of spiritual apathy. When God looked at their spiritual lives He testified that they were spiritually bankrupt! They were very wealthy materially , but they were completely dry in their relationship with God. Because the Lord loves them, He offers them a clear road back to spiritual fervency. How about you and me; do we need to heed His call
sermon #6 in series entitled “Letters to the Seven Churches” Rev. 3:7-13
What a comfort it is to know that our Lord sees everything that we go through and encourages us to keep on going. The church at Philadelphia was extremely faithful and Jesus promised to bless them with opportunities for fruitful ministry, protection from the enemy’s schemes, and a coming glorious reward. The good news is He will do the same for you!
The 5th message in a sermon series entitled, Letters to the Seven Churches. In Revelation 3:1-6 we find Jesus’ words to the church that had fallen asleep spiritually, at Sardis. We can see clearly in this passage three things that can put a christian and even a church to sleep if we’re not careful. They are the trap of empty routines, the pride of depending only on our own abilities, and finally the problem of divided loyalties. Do we need a wake up?
Message on Easter Sunday to a filled church, based on John 20: 24-31
All of the Disciples had a struggle accepting the resurrection to be true, especially the disciple named Thomas. They reasoned the resurrection to be impossible and it was by human standards. Our Lord loved them enough to help them cross from doubt to a firm belief. When they came to faith they learned to walk by faith and follow their Savior to the death. What about you??
On Palm Sunday in the city of Jerusalem Jesus presented Himself to the crowds as the long awaited Messiah. Many of the people were true worshipers and proved themselves faithful till the end; many were fickle and only 5 days later changed their tune and shouted ‘crucify him’; sadly some were foolish and refused to acknowledge His true identity as Savior of the world.
As we look at these scriptures found in Luke 19 35-42 which category do you fall into?