Summary: Where you are looking can determine your eternal destiny. Once we come to faith in Christ, the Bible mentions three places we should look. This sermon deals with these three directions we should look spiritually.
Summary: Are you tired of being discouraged? This is one of Satan's best weapon of spiritual warfare and it is unimaginable how many fall prey to it. The repercussions of discouragement can be devastating but the biggest benefit is that it confirms our need of God
Summary: This message examines a disease that has plagued mankind since the beginning of time. The disease is called “sin.” God devised a vaccination for sin during the time of the wilderness wanderings, and later refined it to perfection in Jesus Christ.
Summary: Just as Moses lifted up the snake in the desert so the Son of Man must be lifted up! Sin brings death but by God's grace the sinner recieves life! Message ends with the sharing of the Lord's Supper.
Summary: This sermon deals with going through a desert experience as a church. There are times when it seems like as a church we are in a dry place we must make sure we don't become infected with desert fever and begin to murmur and complain against God or His me
Summary: Why do so many road signs use only symbols to convey their message? Because the message is recognizable and understood almost instantly, and because unlike words, symbols hold their meaning and are very often universally understood. Perhaps that is why Go
Summary: The story of God’s dealings with the children of Israel is one of a sad repetition of events. Israelites were constant rebels and complainers. Whenever they fall into the sin of unfaithfulness and idolatry, God first warns and pleads with them through His
Summary: Let nothing--nothing!--turn your attention from your snake on the pole--let nothing distract you from your Savior on the cross. Through such seemingly silly ways, God gives to you--not a snake on the pole--but His Son on the cross.
Summary: The purpose of this sermon is to motivate the hearers to affirm to others that the Bronze Serpent on the Pole symbolically represents the death of the Ultimate Sinner; therefore believers that look to the BRONZE SERPENT in obedience and by faith shall be
Summary: This is a monologue sermon from the persepective of an eyewitness to the plague of snakes from Numbers 21:4-9. You will need someone to read the last verses of the sermon from the back of the church after you walk off.
Summary: What does a Snake on a Stick have to do with CHRIST?
You’ve Seen the EMS star of life symbol before. Where did it come from? What does it mean?
We need not only to keep our hearts fixed on our Lord Jesus, but we must also keep our minds focused on Him
Summary: As the snakes are biting your ankles this week, and they will, remember to stop looking down at them, and turn your eyes upward to God for the relief and deliverance that He is willing to give, if only we look up to Him when the snakes are biting us.