Contributing sermons since Jun 5, 2015
Contributed on Mar 20, 2018
I got the outline from a sermon preached by Dr. Joe Arthur, pastor of Harvest Baptist Tabernacle in Jonesboro, GA. preached at Sword of the Lord Conference at Gospel Light Baptist Church. The Donkey had to be BOUGHT, BROUGHT and BROKEN.
Introduction - Luke 19:29-40 Bethphage and Bethany are across the valley from Jerusalem. It is only populated as people were preparing for a feast in the Temple. Like Madison/Mayodan/Stoneville/Eden before a Martinsville NASCAR race. Jesus is preparing for the “Triumphal Entry” into ...read more
Contributed on Feb 8, 2018
A simple message that relates the steps of bricklaying to the Christian life.
Introduction Some years ago, I took an evening course in Bricklaying. It was offered by the county Community College and was provided at a local High School. We gathered one night a week, in the evenings, for 2-3 hours to learn the bricklaying trade. I spent a whopping $5.00 for the class ...read more
Contributed on Jul 4, 2017
A call from God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) for His Love to ARISE!
Introduction - Song of Solomon 2:1-13 These verses hold such an so endearing a view of the grace and love of the Lord Jesus, as must be a very cold heart, not to feel a warmth of affection in them. Jesus is represented as calling upon his church to arise and come forth with Him, and He ...read more
Contributed on Jun 29, 2017
Using my "spiritual imagination", show 5 times Jesus comes. 1- To seek sinners, 2- To judge sin, 3- To provide salvation, 4-For the rapture, 5-To setup the Millennium Kingdom
Introduction I remember an important baseball game in High School. Our best pitcher was either late or missing. We were sweating hard. Then, we saw a cloud of dust flying up down the road. Then we recognized his car and him driving up!!!! Whew!! Here He Comes, the coach ...read more
Contributed on Feb 24, 2017
Introduction My Sister-In-Law gave me a set of books called the Mitford Series (10 books) Written by Jan Karon Jan Karon lives in Banner Elk and Mitford sounds a lot like Banner Elk. Tim Kavanaugh – brought up Baptist but now an Episcopal Priest (very biblical). The Turkey Club meets at ...read more