Contributing sermons since Sep 24, 2007
Contributed on Dec 29, 2015
The word “Covenant” appears specifically 313 times in the Word of God. This word is defined as an agreement between God and man. It is often referred to as a contract a covenant is much more than a contract.
Contributed on Nov 18, 2015
As we begin our study of it is important to see the context in which this book was written. The New Testament mentions 4 men who have the inspired scriptures included within its pages. Other than the Gospel writers.
Contributed on Nov 17, 2015
James primary reason for writing his book was to bring Christians closer to God. He has illustrated the pitfalls and blessings for the Christian who desire to develop a closer relationship to getting closer to God by avoiding the pitfalls.
Contributed on May 30, 2015
The Book of 2 Peter opens up with a statement to indentify to the reader who is the author of the book. Peter uses the term "bond servant" thus implying that he, Peter is a slave to no man but by his own choice he has chosen to serve and summit to Jesus.
Contributed on Apr 24, 2015
Believers have been waiting for the return of Christ and that time is drawing near when God will send the Son to bring His children home. That return will not only Glorify God but it will reestablish God's dominion over all the earth.