Contributing sermons since Jan 30, 2001
Contributed on Aug 15, 2005
The question everyone must answer is this: "Is Jesus Christ really in charge of your life?" Jesus Christ deserves to be in charge of your life because God has put Him in over all creation, made Him the head of the Church, and because He has reconciled al
JESUS CHRIST IS LORD: SERIOUSLY! WHO¡¯S IN CHARGE AROUND HERE? The Supremacy of Christ Colossians 1:15-23 INTRODUCTION: A. We are in week 3 of a series of messages I am calling Jesus Christ is Lord: Seriously! i. This series is taking us through Paul¡¯s letter to the Christians in ...read more
Contributed on Aug 8, 2005
This is the 2nd in a series of messages on Colossians called "Jesus Christ is Lord: Seriously." If Jesus Christ is really the Lord of our lives then we will live a God-pleasing life.
JESUS CHRIST IS LORD: SERIOUSLY! Living a God-Pleasing Life Colossians 1:9-14 (Some of the information in this sermon was gleaned from other sermons found on Sermoncentral.) INTRODUCTION: It’s good have to have Jerry and Debra Snavely and their family with us today, as well as a group ...read more
Contributed on Aug 1, 2005
I once saw a package of plastic shark teeth that were labled as "genuine imitation shark teeth." I wonder if we aren’t guilty of being genuine imitation Christians at times. As Paul begins his letter he points out that the Colossians were 3D Christians-
SERIES: JESUS CHRIST IS LORD...SERIOUSLY! SERMON: IS JESUS CHRIST LORD OF THIS CHURCH? Colossians 1:1-8 INTRODUCTION: This church will be what it ought to be when our members become what they should be. I am beginning a new series of messages this morning from Paul’s letter to the church ...read more
Contributed on Jul 7, 2005
Through the prophet Amos, God tried to get people to recognize their sin and to change. He also told them that unless they would repent that God’s wrath would come down on them. Not only is his message applicable to Israel then, but it is pertinent to u
WARNING–DANGER AHEAD Amos 1:1 INTRODUCTION: READ: Amos 1:1-2 I suppose that as long as there have been schools, someone has been accused of being the teacher’s pet. While I’m sure that most teachers try to give equal attention to their students, sometimes there is a closer bond with a ...read more
Contributed on Jun 27, 2005
The sin of gossip continues to be a problem in our society and can causes hurts, damage relationship, and destroy the body of Christ. With the development of instant messaging and online diaries, gossip is able to spread at a pace like never before.
DID YOU REALLY SAY THAT? James 3:2-12 INTRODUCTION: A. Norman Rockwell had the ability to portray everyday life in a way unlike most other artists. The faces in his paintings are always full of expression, on the verge of being cartoonish, yet his paintings always seem to carry some kind of ...read more