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  • James May

    Contributing sermons since Apr 11, 2001
James's church

Victory Temple Pentecostal Church of God
Prairieville, Louisiana 70769
225-281-4938

About James
  • Education: 2 years at Louisiana State University. Electronics and Office Machine Industrial schools Millwright Training
  • Experience: Pastor for 20 years. Youth Pastor for 30 years. SS Teacher for 10 years.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: May these words serve to lift your heart and bless your soul. Every message is meant only to bring God's people closer to His heart!
  • What my parents think of my sermons: They love every one, after all what else could they say?
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She loves them too! I am special in her eyes! LOL
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Make it your own - don't copy another man's anointing. Seek to know God's heart and you'll have a message for the people.
  • Hobbies: Reading, fishing and travel
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: The most important message that I could give to the world is this: Jesus Christ, the very Son of God, came from Heaven, took upon him the body of a man, lived a sinless life, and then gave his life and shed His blood upon the cross so that our sin could be washed away. He arose from the grave on the 3rd day and is alive forevermore. There is nothing more important than repentance for sin and accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior. Your eternal destiny is determined by what you do wit
  • What I want on my tombstone: A servant of family, friends, neighbors and the Lord Jesus Christ.
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  • Being Thankful Always

    Contributed on Nov 22, 2020
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    Being thankful always requires a relationship with Jesus Christ that is built upon faith and trust in him. We can be thankful "in" all things, while we can't bring ourselves to be thankful "for" all things.

    Being Thankful Always Sunday, November 22, 2020 By Rev. James May In this most extraordinary year of 2020 there are many who are living in fear almost as though they are under a death sentence if they get around other people who they are not associated with all of the time. This fear of what ...read more

  • Do You Really Have Faith?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2019
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    Faith is pure trust in the ability and will of God to perform his promises in your life. We prove our faith is alive through works of righteousness. Just believe, hear and obey His Word and leave the rest to the Lord.

    Do You Really Have Faith? Sunday, March 17, 2019 By Rev James May Let us begin this morning by reading a very familiar verse to anyone who is a Christian. I know you’ve read this very often and yet its true meaning is often elusive, leaving you to think about what it says, and to consider how it ...read more

  • Do You Really Have Faith?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2019
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    Faith is pure trust in the ability and will of God to perform his promises in your life. We prove our faith is alive through works of righteousness. Just believe, hear and obey His Word and leave the rest to the Lord.

    Do You Really Have Faith? Sunday, March 17, 2019 By Rev James May Let us begin this morning by reading a very familiar verse to anyone who is a Christian. I know you’ve read this very often and yet its true meaning is often elusive, leaving you to think about what it says, and to consider how it ...read more

  • Do You Really Have Faith?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2019
     | 4,601 views

    Faith is pure trust in the ability and will of God to perform his promises in your life. We prove our faith is alive through works of righteousness. Just believe, hear and obey His Word and leave the rest to the Lord.

    Do You Really Have Faith? Sunday, March 17, 2019 By Rev James May Let us begin this morning by reading a very familiar verse to anyone who is a Christian. I know you’ve read this very often and yet its true meaning is often elusive, leaving you to think about what it says, and to consider how it ...read more

  • Anticipation

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2019
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    Anticipation can be a powerful force to make us prepare for the coming of the Lord, or it can be negative force to create doubt and fear! Either way, it drives us!

    Anticipation By Rev. James may Very early this morning I awoke to a single word going over and over in my mind. I immediately recognized it as a “Word from the Lord” because it was nothing that I had thought of or dreamed of that brought it forth. That single word was ...read more

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