Contributing sermons since Jan 28, 2006
Contributed on Jul 26, 2020
Many people ask a very important question. What am I here for? What is my purpose for living? What do you want to do with your life?
People ask a very important question. What am I here for? What is my purpose for living? Some will say I want to make something out of my life. But what do you want to make out of your life? Some may say they want to make a lot of money so I can live a comfortable life. What do you want to ...read more
Contributed on Jul 25, 2020
What I hope is that all of us will get from these series of sermons is a new awareness and appreciation and that it not be a bunch of words we repeat without thinking.M
What I hope is that all of us will get from this series of sermons is a new awareness and appreciation for the Lord’s Prayer. I hope it just won’t be a recitation of a bunch of words. Most of us can repeat the Lords’ Prayer without even thinking of what we are saying. We can almost repeat it ...read more
Contributed on Jul 21, 2020
There is a quality in humankind that propels us to worship a god. Everyone worships something. The question is what god are you worshiping?
There is a quality in humankind that propels us to worship a god. There is something in us that causes us to worship something or someone. Even the most primitive people from the beginning of time felt a need to worship a tree, a flower, a star, the sun, or anything else. We hear some people ...read more
Contributed on Jul 18, 2020
Have you wondered about the mysterious ways of God? Others have too. This sermon talks about it.
An old hymn I love says, “God moves in a mysterious way his wonders to perform He plants his footsteps on the sea and rides upon the storm.” I thought about that hymn as I looked at our text for today in Genesis 21. There is a mystery about this text, which is not easy to explain. In our ...read more
Contributed on Jul 18, 2020
Moses and the burning is one of the most popular stories of the Old Testament. One of the sermons I preached discusses what it may mean for today.
For the past few weeks except for Palm Sunday and Easter, our sermons have centered on the Book of Genesis, corresponding to our Home Bible Survey Course. In our Home Bible Survey, we are now in the Book of Exodus. We start a series of sermons focused on the Book of Exodus and especially on ...read more
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Contributed on Jan 25, 2009
I heard the story of a young man who told his pastor that the Lord had called him into the ministry. And for several months he was busy in the work of the Lord, serving in the pulpit, leading Bible studies, going to prayer meeting, and so on. But then all of a sudden, he stopped coming to church. ...read more
Contributed on Mar 29, 2007
a father told his son when he reached his l2th birthday that from now on he would only shake hands with him. Some years later the son, now grown, said to his father, "Dad, can I hug you?" ...read more