Contributing sermons since Jan 10, 2001
Contributed on Dec 3, 2021
God uses the weak to shame the strong; he does this by choosing the young Mary for the important task of bearing his Son.
INTRODUCTION • Over the next three weeks, we will look at different characters in the Christmas story to see how the birth of Jesus was good news of great joy for all of them, a poor young couple like Joseph and Mary, the marginalized shepherds, or even cosmic beings (angels). • We tend to focus on ...read more
Contributed on Nov 19, 2021
God's unfailing love comes to us when we fail and repent.
INTRODUCTION • The Temple was completed on March 15, 515 BC. • The trek that took around 70 plus years was over. • Thanks to God's plan with the Persian Empire Temple was completed. • Now what? Is it over? • Not be a long shot. • In 458 BC, Ezra, along with some others still in Babylon, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 12, 2021
God will reclaim and recall to our minds the truth we have forgotten.
Memorizing the Word Jeffery Anselmi / General Reclaim- The Book of Ezra INTRODUCTION • Have you ever forgotten something that was important not to forget? • Maybe it was a step in the process of building something, or perhaps it was a birthday or anniversary. • It is easy to forget what is ...read more
Contributed on Oct 29, 2021
God uses unlikely people to accomplish his purposes and bless the community of faith.
INTRODUCTION • When you look back on your life, have you ever thought about all the people who have helped you to get where you are in both your life and your walk with Jesus today? • We do not get where we are alone; our life is not lived in a vacuum. • I would imagine we can all think about those ...read more
Contributed on Oct 22, 2021
God remembers his promises despite our past and our sin.
God Remembers Jeffery Anselmi / General Reclaim- The Book of Ezra / Return from Exile; Promises of God / Ezra 1:1–11 God remembers his promises despite our past and our sin. INTRODUCTION • Have you ever been in a difficult position that it seemed like you would never get out of? • To make matters ...read more