Contributing sermons since Oct 24, 2005
Contributed on Feb 1, 2007
We are to learn to abound and abase. Be content yet still desire more.
To be content is to have freedom from anxiety or worry, being satisfied. We should be a contented people, at peace with God, our neighbors and ourselves. We should feel we have enough and all we have is more than enough. This applies to worldly things, material things. 2 Samuel ...read more
Contributed on Jan 20, 2006
Opposition and problems are a part of life, it is important that we learn how to overcome problems through Christ.
When Paul went into Ephesus he encountered a set of problems with a throng of people behind it. Paul states that he wanted at times to throw his hands up and go home. Most of his problems came from people that were unwilling to change. 2 Corinthians 1:8-9 Paul explains that we are not going ...read more
Contributed on Nov 6, 2005
Through Jesus Christ our savior, the knowledge and wisdom of God is ours for the asking.
We as Christians have come to a comfortableness with God. We treat him as casual, which causes us to bear hardship we shouldn’t endure. Only because we fail to be as strong as God expects us to be. We hate correction. We turn our nose up at the correction of God through his prophets and ...read more
Contributed on Oct 27, 2005
We are all predestined for something great
Help Wanted: Seeking individual for most unusual and important job in the universe. Intense training required. Applicant must be commited to lifelong service. Serious inquiries only. Many applied. This is the chosen applicants letter. Dear Sirs: I am applying for this rare job. I don’t ...read more
Contributed on Oct 24, 2005
We determine where we go in God and how we fall short of his glory.
Proverbs 25:11 "A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver." We are what determines where we go in God and how we fall short of his glory. God has your life’s plan mapped out before you are born. We are familiar with Jeremiah 1:5 "Before he formed thee he knew ...read more