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In this sermon we are reminded of the fact that God is faithful to his promises and we learn how to receive them.
Series: God’s Faithfulness and Ours
Contributor: David Owens (408 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: 2 Peter 1:3-1:4
Tags: God The Father
There is great confidence that comes from knowing that we have eternal life right now. But what about the needs & problems of daily life? Jesus helped people when He was here on earth; does He still help us? Is He responsible for & responsive to His child
Series: 1 John
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (524 sermons shared)
The greatest desire of a true Christian is to know God. Every other desire pales in significance to this one.
Contributor: Elias Reyes (1 sermons shared)
Tags: Church General
There are certain steps we need to take to truly celebrate communion
Contributor: David Dewitt (567 sermons shared)
Tags: Lord's Supper
God has power-equipped us with everything we need to live godly lives and serve Him.
Contributor: Bill Sullivan (134 sermons shared)
God has prepared a banquet for His people. The question then for us is, How hungry are we for the things of God?
Contributor: Larry Bergeron (5 sermons shared)
Denomination: Church of God
Tags: Kingdom Of God
Patience is a virtue that helps bring about success in every area of life. Without it you are doomed to failure. Surprisingly, the area most are falling short in is in having patience with God. God’s timing requires our patience.
Contributor: Gary Washburn (15 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Peter 1:3-1:8
God is doing a new thing! It begins with the New Birth and continues through to providing us with a New Nature!
Series: God Is Doing A New Thing
Contributor: Chris Sparkman (5 sermons shared)
Tags: Growth In Christ
In order to avoid the trap of self-indulgence, we need to: 1. Reject the spirit of entitlement and embrace a spirit of gratitude. 2. Reject excess and move toward moderation. 3. Reject the temporal and focus on the eternal.
Contributor: Rodney Buchanan (344 sermons shared)
Tags: Call Of The Disciples
We often compare ourselves to others to see how "good we are." However the mark that God commpares us to is perfection. We are challenged and commanded to constuct Christ like character. The passage in 2 peter gives us 7 essential components so we can c
Contributor: Billy Ricks (273 sermons shared)