Contributing sermons since May 9, 2016
Contributed on Apr 30, 2021
God's people had to trust God's plan and they did just that. God gave them the victory and no man could take credit for the fall of Jericho. It was God's plan and God's victory.
“The Battle Belongs to the Lord” Jericho: Joshua 6 Joshua sermon 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwkDQaRzXg0 The battle of Jericho wasn't much of a battle: According to Joshua chapter 6, Joshua and the people did what God told them to do and God did the rest. The Israelites merely: ...read more
Contributed on Apr 17, 2021
God's people would have to trust HIm.
Crossing the Jordan Joshua 3 (sermon 2) Spring time has come …we see it is in full bloom. A few days ago I was trimming trees: - and I discovered a few new birds nests - that were hidden in the limbs of the tree - Springtime means the birds are making their nests and raising babies. Life is ...read more
Contributed on Mar 6, 2021
The widow gave all she had to God and we need to follow that example.
“Giving basics” Mark 12:41-44 Mrs. Boman was a 6th grade Sunday School class teacher: One morning she brought a pan of brownies to our class. As the goodies sat tantalizingly over by her chair she gave each child a slip of paper marked with a household expense: house payment, phone bill, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 28, 2020
This covers all of 2 Samuel 24 in a brief sermon. There are many topics covered.
see the bottom for credits given “David takes a Census” 2 Samuel 24 Ticket in Linn County Missouri - Going to see Dalyn at here home in Northern Kansas - I was in a hurry, hadn’t seen her in a week - driving up from Ozark I had 220 miles to travel - at the time the speed limit was 55 most of ...read more
Contributed on Nov 9, 2020
We must have more faith in God than we have fear within ourselves.
`David series David and Goliath 1 Samuel 17:1-50 credit: This is an adaptation of Charles Swindoll's "David: a man of passion and destiny" Chapter 4. The flow and some exact text is from that chapter, however I added and edited it to make it my own sermon. An archaeologist was ...read more