Contributing sermons since Mar 19, 2013
Contributed on May 13, 2013
Challenges listeners to put their love into action and demonstrate the love of Jesus through acts of compassion. Also discusses the power of acts of compassion as ways to open doors of evangelism.
What is compassion? Compassion is an expected output of true love. “Compassion” = A feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for someone in the midst of a tragedy, accompanied by a desire to alleviate the suffering. It’s the most important thing you put on every morning. ...read more
Contributed on Apr 22, 2013
Forgiveness of others is essential for receiving forgiveness from God. It's also important for experiencing joy, discovering peace, and reconciling with our past.
I’m so glad that I have finally found a church where everyone is good to everyone all the time and no one ever gets their feelings hurt or does mean things to one another. I hope you detect the sarcasm I am using to make a point here. The truth is that we face the potential for hurt ...read more
Contributed on Apr 15, 2013
Talks about what repentance is, its importance in salvation, and its importance as a foundation for revival.
(Some of the illustrations and a few of the points in this message were gained from researching what other contributors to this wonderful site have shared on this subject. Credit and thanks to them.) Last week, we talked about the importance of humbling ourselves before God. We talked ...read more
Contributed on Apr 8, 2013
America is at a moral breaking point similar to those reached by Israel at various points in her history. These breaking points were either followed by revival or God's judgment. Will America learn from the lessons of history?
One of the greatest revivals in American history happened right here in Kentucky. Perhaps you’ve heard of the Cane Ridge Revival that took place not too far from here in Bourbon County in the early 1800’s. It has been described as the largest and most famous camp meeting of the ...read more
Contributed on Mar 19, 2013
This sermon was a part of a series I did during our church's annual 21-day church-wide fast. We were looking at different elements of a fast. This message focuses on a fast as a time to simply sit at the feet of Jesus and enjoy His presence.
Today I want to take a closer look at the life of a woman we meet in the Bible. She seems to have this “intimacy with God” thing figured out about as well as anyone. Her name is Mary. And the interesting thing about Mary is where you often find her in relation to Jesus in various ...read more