• Hiram Withers

    Contributing sermons since Nov 12, 2018
Hiram's church

Biblical Truth Made Simple
Red Rock, Arizona

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  • Hope In Suffering

    Contributed on Nov 22, 2018

    Psalm 130 does not give us insight as to why we suffer, it gives us the reality that we will suffer, it is not a matter of if but when we suffer. It gives us insight into how we respond to suffering makes an incredible difference in how we live our lives.

    We have pointed out in our ascent to grow closer to God we will face persecution and that will and does cause suffering, but that suffering is a direct result of the decision we have made to follow Christ. We have been warned that it will happen, and we are comforted in the fact that in the end the more

  • Perseverance That Endures

    Contributed on Nov 18, 2018

    All of us are called in our walk to persevere. Perseverance comes not from any sort of physical strength, or mental fortitude, it comes from a faith focused on the assurances found in the promises of God.

    King Sisyphus was a proud, arrogant and deceitful king. Upon his death the Greek gods punished him by sentencing him to roll a large stone up a mountain only to have it roll back down again and again for eternity. This Greek fable can at times describe the life of a Christian. As we navigate more

  • Walk Like A Man

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2018

    One of the newest catch phrases in today’s world is “toxic masculinity”. Masculinity only becomes toxic when men do not lead as God intends them to lead.

    One of the newest catch phrases in today’s world is “toxic masculinity” , while there is a real application for this phrase, when applied to men who are violent, abusive, overly aggressive and overtly forceful. It is now being applied to all men. Modern society looks at the characteristics of more

  • Work Worth Doing

    Contributed on Nov 12, 2018

    God calls us to join him where he is working . When we attempt to work on our own we do so in vain.

    The philosopher Jacques Ellue said, “The first a great fact which emerges from our civilization is that today everything has become “means” no longer in “end”; we do not know where we are going. We have forgotten our collective ends, and you possess great machines; we set huge machines in motion in more

  • Self-Evaluation

    Contributed on Nov 12, 2018

    It is important as we grow in Christ to stop and do a self-evaluation.

    I just had my employee evaluation at work. What they ask of us is to do a self-evaluation. They give us a list of things that we are to know how to do and you check off if you can do them or not. This is the easy part of the evaluation. The hard part comes with the next page, here are a list of more