Summary: Everyone else cannot have a relationship for you with God, and they won't!
Everyone cannot walk your journey and they won't!
Everyone cannot go where you're going and they can't!
Everyone cannot accept the destiny God is taking you to, only you can!!
Summary: This sermon is designed to guide the hearer to the usefulness of love. The God kind of love is unknown to the flesh. It is a work of the Spirit. Love has power to alter many of the challenges we have in life, if we would learn to use it.
Summary: A Valentines Day Message about love being a lifestyle, or a way of life that believers in Jesus Christ are to live their lives by. It looks at what love is all about and three practical ways that we can show that love to our family and friends.
Summary: The apostle Paul describes what love is in I Corinthians 13. He uses the first 3 verses to show the Priority of Love and then next three verses he shows the properties of Love and ends in verse 7,8 &13 with the Capability of Love
Summary: This Valentine's Day sermon was written in response to the book and film 50 Shades of Grey. I titled this sermon God’s Not Grey because His love is written in black and white. Expository, three-point alliterated outline. PowerPoint available.
Summary: Most couples when they walk down the isle think that it’s going to be Happily ever after because that’s what’s portrayed for us on the screen. But it can be a few days, months or even year, you begin to realize that marriage isn’t all happily evert after
Summary: -Love is one of the main themes of Advent. Love comes from God. God Himself is love. Why did God send us a Savior? Love! John 3:16 – For God so loved the world…. Jesus is God’s expression of love to us!
Summary: This is an edited version of my earlier sermon dealing with love as the most enduring of the spiritual graces. It is intended to encourage the discouraged and to encourage Christian discipleship.
Summary: This sermon is intended to be an encouragement to those whose faith is faltering by reminding them of the enduring nature of their love for God, which does not require assent to doctrine to be real.