Contributing sermons since Dec 25, 2000
Contributed on Jan 10, 2010
To help alleviate our reluctance to witness, let us remember the role of the Holy Spiit in our witnessing endeavors.
Intro: We often are reluctant/fearful to share our faith because we depend too much on our own abilities and say "I just can't do that". Remembering the role of the Holy Spirit in our witnessing efforts will help us witness with confidence: I. He is the CULTIVATOR OF HEARDENED HEARTS. ...read more
Contributed on Jun 11, 2008
Five encouraging truths can be learned from the experience of the disciples in the boat with Jesus when the Storm came
Intro: 1. Today we read of all kinds of "storms" in life: personal, economic, political, spiritual, and natural....the list is endless! 2. From this passage, we see 5 truths that can encourage us and motivate us to hang on in the midst of the storms of our lives. I. You can be OBEYING ...read more
Contributed on Mar 8, 2007
Examines three descriptions of God’s power: Resurrection power, Ruling power, and Returning power.
Intro: It is my belief that we have ignored a great resource available to all Christians: That of God’s great POWER. Paul prayed that the Ephesians might know and experience that power, and I pray that today’s Christian might do the same. It’s no small thing...and nothing to be ...read more
Contributed on Dec 4, 2006
Second in a Christmas series, this describes (1) His Eternal Glory before coming to Earth, (2) His Extensive Limitations He took on and (3) His Exhaltation as a result of being obedient.
Intro: John 3:16 taught us that the Meaning of Christmas is LOVE...God’s Love. Let us now focus on the METHOD of Christmas: How did God demonstrate His great love for us? To answer that, we turn to Philippians 2:5-11, and discover: I. The ETERNAL GLORY He had before coming to Earth ...read more
Contributed on Nov 25, 2006
#1 in series leading up to Christmas. Deals with God’s love: the origin, objects, operation, and outcome of God’s love. Simple sermon for seekers.
Intro: 5 am...day after Thanksgiving, shoppers pushing, shoving, trampling over one another to get bargains on merchandise. Cashiers cursed by customers because they made a mistake, moms yelling at kids, kids crying because they’re tired, dads stressed out seeing bills forthcoming. Conceal your ...read more