Contributing sermons since Mar 11, 2005
Contributed on Jun 6, 2005
God allows and uses everything that happens in our lives for our good.
In the early days of our country a weary traveler came to the banks of Mississippi River for first time. There was no bridge, of course. It was early winter, and the surface of the mighty river was covered with ice. Could he dare cross over? Would the uncertain ice be able to bear his weight? ...read more
Contributed on May 27, 2005
When we trust God to deliver us we can face our giants with confident faith in Him.
James Dobson, of Focus on the Family was quoted as saying, “When I think of parents today, I’m reminded of a photograph of an elegantly dressed woman who is holding a cup of coffee. Her little finger is cocked ever so daintily to the side, and her face reveals utter self-confidence. Unfortunately, ...read more
Contributed on May 6, 2005
God enable us to love all people in the same way He loves us.
Last week (Romans 5:6-8) we talked about God’s amazing love for all people. For example, if he could love and forgive someone like Jeffrey Dahlmer, the Milwaukee Monster after all of the hideous things he had done, he can love and forgive anyone. The point of God’s amazing love is that he loves us ...read more
Contributed on Apr 29, 2005
By sending Jesus to die for us while we were still rejecting Him, God demonstrated His amazing love for us.
I. When they met she was just fifteen and he was sixteen. They dated throughout high school. He was a football player and she was a cheerleader. Nobody was surprised when they married after graduation. Four years and two babies later, she stood in her kitchen with the dirty dishes in the sink, a ...read more
Contributed on Apr 21, 2005
There are four attitudes needed to get answers to our prayers.
Jeanne Olsen, a mother of five from Illinois, took her daughter Kirsten, age 9, out for a mother-daughter breakfast. During their meal, Jeanne courageously asked her daughter, "How do you think I could be a better mom?" Kirsten thought for a moment. "Well, you do yell a lot. I know you’ve been ...read more