Contributing sermons since Feb 2, 2014
Contributed on Feb 7, 2021
This is an exposition of Luke chapter 17 verses 20-30, in reference to the Lord speaking about His return.
Message Luke 17:20-30 (KJV) As It Was in the Days of Noah In the environment of today, a lot of people are wondering about the end times. And that leads us to words that Christ spoke to the Pharisees concerning similar things. So, without further discussion, let's get into an exposition of ...read more
Contributed on Nov 26, 2019
What steps led Peter to deny Christ? Can these steps be repeated in the lives of believers? How can we avoid repeating Peter's denial of Christ in our own lives?
We know from the Gospels that Peter was a transparent man. He would ask Jesus the obvious questions, showed his feelings, and even boasted that he would stay with Christ to the end. However, that boasting did not last very long at all: ...she looked upon him, and said, And thou also wast with ...read more
Contributed on May 13, 2019
As a Christian, by what standard do you measure your leadership choices?
As a Christian, by what standard do you measure your leadership choices? By God's? By your own? By the world's? Do you make your leadership choices according to strength, money, loud music, catchy slogan or jingle, empty words, emotions, popularity? Or do you choose your leaders ...read more
Contributed on Dec 25, 2018
One way Christians remember Christ during Christmas time is by way of the Christmas tree. But, what does the Christmas tree mean in your house? Do you know? Do your children know? Today, we will discover how we can answer those questions in reference to a simple Christmas tree.
“And it shall come to pass, when your children shall say unto you, What mean ye by this service?” (Exodus 12:26). What mean ye by this service? There are many opinions about Christmas: whether Christian should celebrate it or not, if so, how Christians should celebrate Christmas. However, we ...read more
Contributed on Jul 5, 2014
Dear Christian, how much grief befalls us because we fail to listen to the Word of God? Because we fail to RECOGNIZE the counsel of ungodly? Because we fail to AVOID areas and thoughts that lead us to sin? Because we think LIGHTLY of sin.
The process: Ungodliness leads to sin, and sin leads to making a mock at sin. The idea: To start with walking in counsel that is ungodly leads to opening yourself up to outright sin, which in turn leads to feeling comfortable with it and where we eventually become numb to it and begin to laugh at ...read more