• Keith Linkous

    Contributing sermons since Jan 1, 2000
Keith's church

Keith Linkous Ministries
Narrows, Virginia 24124

About Keith
  • Experience: I have been preaching about 27 years, beginning when I was 16 years old. I have traveled to several states and across denominational lines to share the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I hope God speaks to you and inspires you with these few thoughts He gave to me. Use them for God’s glory, and may they bring forth fruit unto His Kingdom. God Bless You! If you would like to contact me, write to Keith Linkous, 5507 Stafford Drive, Dublin, VA 24084 / - I would love to hear from you!
  • Family: Married to Winona Linkous, my beautiful and wonderfully supportive wife of 19 years.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Preach God’s Word without fear and without favor. Preach not only the Word OF God, but the Word FROM God. Seek Him for something fresh. We live by the "proceeding Word of God" (Matt. 4:4). That means that which God is saying, not just what He has said. Preach that proceeding Word, relying on the power of God’s Spirit to make it effective and fruitful.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Bible has made the greatest impact on my life. I once told our church: "If I underlined all the good verses in my Bible, the entire Bible would probably be underlined. It’s all good." Someone has said, "The Word is not like a carpenter’s shop, with useless chips laying around. It is more like a goldsmith’s shop, where even the dust is precious." That’s my heart exactly.
  • Hobbies: Reading, Playing Basketball, Playing Music
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Give God your everything, your all, and hold nothing back. As someone once said, "The world has yet to see what God could do with just one soul completely surrendered to Him!"
  • What I want on my tombstone: He served God. He served others. He served his purpose.
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  • Holding Onto Hope

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2002
    based on 196 ratings

    This message helps identify some of the things that contributes to the feelings of hopelessness. Find out how you can hold onto hope.

    A man approached a little league baseball game one afternoon. He asked a boy what the score was. “It’s 18 to nothing - we’re behind.” The man said, “I’ll bet you’re discouraged, aren’t you?” “Why should I be discouraged?” the little boy said. “We haven’t even got up to bat yet.” Hope is more

  • Defending Against Discouragement

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2002
    based on 88 ratings

    We all face discouragement. So how do we defend against it. This message helps.

    Anyone who has served within the arena of Christian service knows that we are not void or excluded from the pangs of discouragement. It may not always be a problem, but there is always the potential for discouragement. I believe the devil sees to it that this is the case. Discouragement is more more

  • From Darkness To Deliverance

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2002
    based on 85 ratings

    A great Easter message.

    We can only try to imagine the sorrow that gripped the hearts of the followers of Christ that weekend. Their Master had died. The miracle worker. The blind eye, deaf ear, lame limb healer. The Teacher of truth, the Prince of power, laid still in a cold, dark tomb. It shouldn’t have surprised them. more

  • The Crown Of Thorns

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2002
    based on 145 ratings

    Why did the soldiers place a crown of thorns on the head of Jesus? Could there be something more significant to it than we realize?

    I am amazed at many of the details of the story of Jesus’ trials, His suffering, abuse, and mockery, and how that there is significance to each event, to each episode. This morning we took a graphic look at the torture He suffered in being scourged or flogged. The ripping apart of His flesh, the more

  • When You Think You're Going Under

    Contributed on Jun 22, 2002
    based on 416 ratings

    Don’t despair, Christ is there. And He desires to lift you up when you think you’re going under.

    We have all had that “sinking feeling,” haven’t we? We’ve all had our share of storms. There are various types of storms in life. 1. Situational storms. This is when circumstances seem to plot against you and everything seems to go wrong. Murphy’s law is in full force. Everything seems to go more

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