Contributing sermons since Jun 14, 2016
Contributed on Sep 20, 2017
Facing a great multitude, the disciples faced a problematic situation - how to handle their hunger and need. Jesus took what appeared to be insufficient and provided more than enough. We can bring our meager supply before Him and receive abundance.
Contributed on Sep 13, 2017
As Jesus surveyed the multitude, He saw them as sheep without a shepherd. He saw their need and spoke many things to them. I am glad He is aware of our need and has compassion toward us.
Contributed on Sep 10, 2017
The early church faced great adversity, but also enjoyed a tremendous opportunity to share the Gospel. We too must seek out opportunities to be an effective witness, putting our faith on display.
Contributed on Sep 6, 2017
This passage in Mark is one of great tragedy. It has been suggested there were actually two deaths revealed - the death of John the Baptist and the death of Herod's conscience.
Contributed on Aug 27, 2017
James dealt with partiality and prejudice in the early church, revealing such attitudes were sinful. The divide in our nation continues to grow, and we must check our attitudes with Scripture. Prejudice will not exist with genuine love.