Contributing sermons since Nov 12, 2018
Contributed on Feb 5, 2019
There are those in the church who believe themselves to be saved, because of what they have done. Then there are those who believe themselves to be saved because of what God has done.
Warren Wiersbe once wrote, “We live by God’s promises.” This is an undeniable truth, that is present in all of our lives. As humans we are unique among all creation. In the beginning God gave mankind dominion over the earth and blessed mankind. He continues that blessing to this day as the earth ...read more
Contributed on Jan 20, 2019
Unity in itself is neutral, it is what we are untied for that determines whether it is evil or good. So we need to answer the questions, what is Christian unity?
Every Christmas season my wife and I have the same conversation about gifts. She asks me what I want, and I tell here there is nothing that I want. I have reached that point in my life that if there is anything I want or need, and I have the funds I just go and get it. So, the idea of getting me ...read more
Contributed on Jan 13, 2019
To begin developing unity in the church you must start with developing a comminuty.
Sadly, there are many people who claim to know Christ, but then turn around and claim that they don’t go to church because they do not believe in organized religion and of course my first thought is asked him if he liked it better was disorganized? When you accept Christ as your Lord and Savior. ...read more
Contributed on Jan 7, 2019
History helps to be obedient as it gives us examples of the blessing of obedience and the consequences of disobedience. History also gives us hope for the future.
There are many people who can tell you where they were and what they were doing on the morning of September 11 2001. His was one of the darkest days in American history as two planes crashed into thru World Trade Center towers and thousands of lives were lost. In the days that followed many ...read more
Contributed on Dec 30, 2018
There are things that need to be trimmed in all of our lives, God will prune these things so that we can be fruitful.
Charles Spurgeon when preaching on Psalm 131said this, “Psalm 131is one of the shortest psalms to read but one of the longest to learn.” This is a ‘slam that calls us to resist the temptation to be prideful, it calls us to push against our arrogant ambitions. This is hard as it is in direct ...read more