Contributing sermons since Aug 14, 2013
Contributed on Dec 14, 2018
This could be used as a stewardship sermon and hopefully would get people to realize that their is more to being a Christian than just filling a pew. Hopefully this sermon compels people to look beyond the superficial and truly look to their heart.
(a note about the opening illustration; It is not my own but i don't know where I actually found it originally, it is tucked away with some notes I have.) There was a man who called a church and asked if he could speak to the Head Hog at the trough. The secretary said, "Who?" Then ...read more
Contributed on Dec 11, 2018
This sermon compels the listener to ask the question, "If Jesus returns today am I ready?" It talks about our fears and that we as Christians really have nothing to fear
(Ask this question loudly before beginning sermon Intro)Are You Ready? I didn’t hear you, Are You Ready?? I don’t think you’re hearing me ARE YOU READY??? Be ready is a motto that I lived by when I was on the fire department. We all knew the best way to be prepared for whatever we encountered ...read more
Contributed on Dec 1, 2018
If we are to be true Christians we must change from our old self into something new. This transformation takes place when we are born again by water and spirit. Its not enough just to say we are Christians we must be born again.
If we are to be Christians we are called to change from our old self into something new I want to read a few scriptures about that change before we get into our sermon text for today. Ephesians 4:22-24 (NASB) in reference to your former manner of life, you lay aside the old self, which is being ...read more
Contributed on Dec 1, 2018
This sermon begs us to look at ourselves and decide who we really trust. Are we putting our trust in ourselves or other people or do we put our trust and Hope in God
We all have to put our trust in someone or something. It might be God, or it might be another person, or it may be material things. We all give some sort of trust to others we trust that the car we are meeting will stay on there side of the road. But that’s not the kind of trust that we are ...read more
Contributed on Nov 27, 2018
This sermon shows us that our faith matters as much or more than the faith of those that need Jesus. We also learn that sometimes we have to be let down before we can be lifted up.
Everywhere Jesus went there was always a crowd and in the scripture today we find Jesus teaching in a house and it is packed. We read that a paralyzed man is of the crowd, right in front of Jesus. These guys went out of their way to help a friend because they knew that an audience with Jesus was ...read more