Contributing sermons since Jan 11, 2011
Contributed on Oct 17, 2020
God knew Moses 's name God knows my name, God knows, my failures, God knows my intentions God knows me and still is willing to forgive us names God promises to go ahead of us and be with us always, even to the end of the age.
God Knows My Name Exodus 33:12-23 • I have heard knowing some ones name is connecting to their identity and individuality • Knowing someone’s name is helping that person to feel known, understood, and valued • In Exodus 33, God tells Moses, “I know you by name” your cherished you’re ...read more
Contributed on Oct 10, 2020
God is always inviting us to accept him, receive him, share him.
Matthew 22:1-14 God Invites us 1. God invited Israel • God's invited Israel to attend the wedding banquet of his Son ... • To begin, this invite goes out to everyone. But some reject the invitation • But they offered excuses, and even executed God's messengers. 2. God ...read more
Contributed on Oct 5, 2020
Paul has such a zeal to be with Christ and all other things are unimportant.
“Press On” Philippians 3:4-14 1. Paul is passionate about Pressing on • In this passage in Philippians, the reader experiences Paul at his most passionate. • Paul yearns to be made righteous by faith, presses on toward his goal of knowing Christ, longs to be worthy of suffering for and with his ...read more
Contributed on Sep 30, 2020
How does Father God discipline?
“Father God” Psalm 78 1-16 1. Father God and His children? • One comment I found says, “Being a parent is not for the faint of heart. Yes, a newborn child is a “bundle of joy.” But very soon, she’s a handful of aggravation. • Adam and Eve had issues with their two boys, Cain and Abel. ...read more
Contributed on Sep 15, 2020
We all will have a day that life in flesh ends. Paul relates how to have a glorious ending.
Philippians 1:21-30 Ending 1. Paul was not at all afraid of death • In his letter to the Philippians, the apostle Paul offers a surprising perspective on the end of his earthly life. “For to me,” he says, “living is Christ and dying is gain” (1:21). ...read more