Contributing sermons since Apr 21, 2020
Contributed on Sep 21, 2020
I want us to realize and know that it is not if, but when opposition from the enemy will come.
Acts Ch. 4 The Early Church started out strong. Things were exciting and thousands of people were following Jesus. There were mighty signs, wonders, healing, etc.… going on all the time. The Church was experiencing phenomenal growth; but all of a sudden, things began to change dramatically. The ...read more
Contributed on Jul 14, 2020
Storms have a way of making us focus on what really matters in life. We tend to set everything straight and put our lives back on the right path when we face storms. Let’s look at a storm from the OT this morning.
Intro: A group of golfers were approaching the fourth hole on the golf course one afternoon Suddenly the sky turned ominous, and it began to rain amid claps of thunder They rushed to shelter in a gazebo near a metal fence. As the storm grow in intensity, a bolt of lightning hit the long fence and ...read more
Contributed on Apr 21, 2020
Grace is a terribly misunderstood word and defining it sufficiently is very difficult. Some of the most detailed theology textbooks do not offer any concise definition of the term. Someone came up with this acronym: GRACE is God’s---Riches--- At---Christ’s---Expense.
That’s not a bad way to characterize grace. One of the best-known definitions of grace is only three words: God’s unmerited favor. A. W. Tozer expanded on that idea by saying, “Grace is the good pleasure of God that allows him to bestow benefits on the undeserving.” The key word in what have ...read more