• Robbie Parsons

    Contributing sermons since Jan 19, 2003
Robbie's church

Fairview United Methodist Chruch
, West Virginia

About Robbie
  • Education: RBA West Virginia State College (anticipated 12/2003) MA Theology from Andersonville Theological Seminary (2017).
  • Experience: Local Board, Child Evangelism Fellowship, 3 years; State Board, CEF, 1 1/2 years; Sunday School Teacher/Assistant, Mt. Olivet Baptist, 10 yrs; Deacon, Rock Branch Independent Church, 2 1/2 years; Sunday School Superintendent, RBIC, 9 months; Assitant Pastor, RBIC, 1 year & 4 months. Member, Kanawha Creation Science Group, 5 years
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: My desire is that the information that the Holy Spirit has blessed me with will bless and help you, too.
  • One of my favorite illustrations: Describing how a blacksmith takes such great care in buying good coal, choosing the right metals, and takes great pains to fire up the metal to the right temperature to be pounded out into a useful tool or trinket. Cross reference with Job 23:10 - "He know the way I take and when He has tried me I shall come forth as gold..."
  • What my parents think of my sermons: I’ll ask Dad when I get to heaven. My mom says that the two she has heard were "real good". She is just a tad prejudiced.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: They get better every time.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Do not neglect three things: Devotion to your family, Devotion to your devotions, Devotion to your call.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Genesis Record, Henry Morris; The Remarkable Record of Job, Henry Morris; The Signature of God, Grant Jeffrey; The Jesus I Never Knew, Philip Yancey; How to Handle Adversity, Charles Stanley; Bible Doctrine, Charles Ryrie.
  • Hobbies: Reading, writing, watching TV, sports, collecting old Coca Cola bottles and stuff.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: There IS a heaven to gain and there IS a hell to shun!
  • What I want on my tombstone: I have come forth as gold...
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  • Fear

    Contributed on Sep 9, 2021

    Fear is a very real emotion that seems to be hitting us all around these days. People seem to be more prone to fear and anxiety with COVID and it's new Delta variant. We should not fear to freeze us in place, taking our focus off of God, but we should rely on Him to help us through our fear.

    Fear is one of those words that we know what it is, but it would be hard to sit down and write a definition of it. Definition: An unpleasant, often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger; anxious concern; reason for alarm or danger. We have had a lot of fear in the last more

  • God's Judgment With Water

    Contributed on Sep 21, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    After expulsion from the Garden of Eden, man began to multiply greatly. So did his wickedness and evil. It was so bad, God decided to destroy the earth and every living thing on it. But in the middle of it all, there was still grace to be found. This

    WICKEDNESS After the events in the garden, the Bible tells us Adam and Eve had three sons, one of which murdered his brother, as well as other sons and daughters. On writer has commented that with man’s extreme longevity of life, and with the population growth roughly the same as today’s more

  • Judgment In The Garden

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    This message in Genesis tells us of man’s original sin. Our first message told us about the original sin that was committed by Satan. This message will focus in-depth into how Satan tempts us to doubt, deception and desire that results in damnation. Bu

    DOUBT Verse one gives us a red flag warning from the very start about the character of Satan. He is identified as the serpent in this passage. This is an obvious case of Satan manifesting himself in the form of an animal. Angels are able to take physical forms; remember that Abraham was more

  • The Judgment Of Satan

    Contributed on Sep 13, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    The verses from this passage describe a powerful being. But there are certain reference that indicate that this being is not human, but supernatural. The king of Tyre is described here as a literal angel, as one who was in Eden, as one who was on the hi

    The verses from this passage describe a powerful being. But there are certain reference that indicate that this being is not human, but supernatural. The king of Tyre is described here as a literal angel, as one who was in Eden, as one who was on the high mountain of God, and as one who will be more

  • Simple Steps To Finding Truth

    Contributed on Aug 23, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    If we are to make the most of our Christianity, we must realize that we are starving, stand on God’s word and take steps to glorify God.

    In verse 97, the author says, “How love I thy law…” The word love here from the original language can mean “a human love for another” or “a human appetite for objects.” Sometimes, our affections and our base needs are very different, other times they are one and the same. Many people would more

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  • For My Next Point, I Need A Volunteer. I Need A ...

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2008

    For my next point, I need a volunteer. I need a young person who really likes bubble gum. (Get the volunteer and talk with him or her up front for a minute.) So you like chewing gum? What is your favorite kind? Really, that is nice. I’m sorry that I don’t have any of that king of bubble gum, more

  • It Is Possible To Be A Follower Of Jesus ...

    Contributed on Feb 17, 2008

    It is possible to be a follower of Jesus without being a disciple; to be a camp follower without being a soldier of the king; to be a hanger-on in some great work without pulling one’s weight. Someone was talking to a great scholar about a younger man. He said, “So and so tells me that he was more

  • A Little Hobby Of Mine Is Collecting Old ...

    Contributed on Feb 17, 2008

    A little hobby of mine is collecting old Coca-Cola memorabilia. One of my prized possessions is this old bottle from around 1910 to 1920. It was made at the Charleston Bottling Works in Charleston, WV. Many of you will doubtlessly remember when soda came in a glass bottle like this, not in more

  • Abraham Clark Was A Patriot Who Signed The ...

    Contributed on Feb 17, 2008
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    Abraham Clark was a patriot who signed the Declaration of Independence. When he signed that rebellious document, he knew and understood that it could mean his own death. One night, a British officer announced, “We have captured your sons!” He was staggered at the news. The officer continued, more

  • Missionary Hudson Taylor Sailed To His Mission In ...

    Contributed on Nov 6, 2006
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    Missionary Hudson Taylor sailed to his mission in China. Very close to the shore of cannibal islands the ship lost wind, and it was slowly drifting shoreward unable to go about. The savages were eagerly anticipating a feast. The captain came to Mr. Taylor and asked him to pray for the help of more