Contributing sermons since Nov 16, 2014
Contributed on Dec 18, 2015
We should carry our Joy in everything we do. Our joy is a gift of the Holy Spirit and when we are less than joyful we are squashing that spirit. Joy to the World is not just for Christmas, but for all year long!
Scripture is shared from the NASB... We just sang Joy to the World as a praise song, and I think we did a pretty good job of it. I’d like to try this exercise together if you would indulge me for a moment. Let’s sing that first verse again, only let’s do it with a scowl or a ...read more
Contributed on Jun 4, 2015
It is not too late to shift our focus to The One that can clean up our mess. Ask Him what your next step is.
Our world is a mess. Let’s take that a little closer to ourselves… our nation is a mess. We can go closer than that, our state is a mess… do we agree? Are we still on the same page? How about this? Our city is a mess… how about now still got agreement? Our neighborhood is a ...read more
Contributed on Feb 19, 2015
Mark 13:13 says "You will be hated by all because of My name, but the one that endures to the end, he will be saved."
Why Am I Not Hated – Mark 13:13 As I was reading through this past couple of weeks, I found the book of Mark to be speaking directly to me. Last week we spoke about being politically correct, and I know that I didn’t use scripture from Mark, but I believe one of the verses that sparked ...read more
Contributed on Nov 18, 2014
We must be doers of the word, not just hearers. Sermon uses the song "Do Something" By Matthew West as an illustration to show that we are God's hands and feet, who are we to complain about things, and not do anything about them?
Psalms 31:23 “O love the Lord, all you His godly ones! The Lord preserves the faithful and fully recompenses the proud doer.”What does that mean? What does it mean to love the Lord biblically? My understanding of biblical love includes an attitudinal response and demonstrated obedience, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 16, 2014
we must free ourselves of our past and others that have sinned against us so that we can truly enjoy the joy of being forgiven ourselves. I am not the original author of this entire sermon, some of it has been shared from other sermons and some original
Many of us live in fear in our daily lives because of our past sins. Many of us have been frozen by our past sins against someone or even more so, a past sin someone has committed against us. Think about it! How many of us do not move on in our Christian walk because we can’t forgive ...read more