Contributing sermons since Jan 12, 2001
Contributed on Nov 25, 2001
With so many things missing from the church and Christian lives it’s time to look again at the 8 Charesteristics that wrere present in the first Churh.
A CHRISTIAN CHURCH Introduction: Isn’t I funny that everyone around can’t regonize the living God at work in the world today. God has given us truth and salvation through Jesus and this world refuses to acknowledge the living savior, Jesus. It doesn’t amaze me because Peter wrote about it in his ...read more
Contributed on Jun 30, 2001
The Cost of freedom is high. Lets look at how high it really is and what we should give in the quest for it.
THE GREATEST INDEPENDENCE DAY Introduction: As we come together today we are looking forward to a national holiday, the Fourth of July. Picnics, BBQ’s, watermelons and Kids but it’s not really what it is and that’s the sad part. I want to look at that and also I want to look at the greatest ...read more
Contributed on Jun 23, 2001
When you want to find the love of life you have to look in the right place.
Introduction: A car salesman was sure he could make a big sale to me if he could just get me inside one of their new computerized cars. This model came complete with a computer generated voice that told you everything. The salesman noted the little voice would tell me how much gas was left, when I ...read more
Contributed on Mar 18, 2001
A look at the comfortable position of being a saved Christian.
#COMFORTABLE CONTEMPLATIONS Introduction: As we sit, pray and meditate on The Word of God it amazes me that so many people today are uncomfortable in their lives as Christians. I want to look at Paul and the beginninig of letter he wrote to a church who were being decieved by false teachers. As ...read more
Contributed on Mar 15, 2001
God can do some of the greatest things with the least likely packages.
LEAST LIKELY Introduction: I want to talk about “Least Likely” today. It is important that some of greatest things can come from the least likely places, from the least likely people, in the least likely package. This is illustrated by the story of a Boy Scout who showed up at his troop ...read more