Contributing sermons since Jun 14, 2016
Contributed on Jul 23, 2017
Israel had wandered from God, even though He sought them to return. He wanted to bless them, but they had to meet God's conditions. The church has much potential, but we too must return to the Lord.
Contributed on Jul 19, 2017
When life seemed hopeless for a man dwelling among the tombs and possessed with demons, Jesus brought deliverance. There is nothing too great or too small for the Lord. He is more than able to meet any need we have.
Contributed on Jul 12, 2017
The disciples learned much about themselves and the Lord as they encountered a storm on the Sea of Galilee. Is it possible this storm was experienced for their benefit? I think so, and our storms can be opportunities for growth.
Contributed on Jul 9, 2017
God had sent one prophet after another to warn Israel of impending judgment. Rather then heeding the many warnings, they continued to live in a fantasy world, void of reality. Sadly many today continue this path, refusing to admit their great need.
Contributed on Jul 5, 2017
Jesus used the tiny mustard seed as a comparison to the Kingdom of God. Although it was small, it had potential to become great. The church would start very small, but soon make a significant and eternal impact on humanity.