Contributing sermons since Jan 27, 2001
Contributed on Feb 11, 2011
Study through 1 Peter
A Privileged People – 1 Peter 1:10-16 Have you ever thought about some of the ways the saints are referred to in scripture, i.e., beloved, brother, called out ones. All of these titles show that we are privileged people. We need to make much God’s saving grace shown toward us. Paul ...read more
Contributed on Mar 10, 2007
Message on Daniel in the den of lions.
DANIEL IN THE DEN OF LIONS – Daniel 6 There is a false idea that if you are saved and serve God that you will not have any problems or difficulties in life. You will have difficulties, but the God who saved you will go with you through them. This chapter is one of the most familiar of the ...read more
Contributed on Jul 1, 2004
What happens when a man does not plan for eternity.This parable deals with the sin of covetousness.
THE PARABLE OF THE RICH FOOL Luke 12:13-34 How would you finish this statement, “A man’s life is measured by _______________”? Paul said the commandment; “Thou shalt not covet” was the commandment that convicted him (Romans 7:7).What is covetousness? Your worth is not measured by your ...read more
Contributed on Jun 19, 2004
This is the third parable Jesus told in response to the Pharisees question about His authority in cleansing the Temple.
THE WEDDING BANQUET PARABLE – Matthew 22:1-15 This is the third parable that Jesus told in response to the Pharisees’ question about his authority. The first one of the two sons dealt with Israel’s rejection of God the Father. The parable of the vineyard dealt with the rejection of God the Son. ...read more
Contributed on Jun 11, 2004
This is the second of a series that Christ taught to expose the heart of the pharisees and those that rejected Him.
THE PARABLE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER – Matthew 21:33-46 How dangerous is it to reject Jesus? We have been studying the parables that Jesus taught. Last week we begin the study of a group of three parables that Jesus told in response to the questions that the Pharisees asked in regards to His ...read more
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Contributed on Sep 3, 2001
Michelangelo the famous artist used a lamp attached to his head when he painted. The reason he did this was to keep the shadow of himself from being cast onto the canvas. We need to keep Jesus, the light of the world, between us and the canvas of life to keep self from being cast in the way. No ...read more