Contributing sermons since Oct 18, 2000
Contributed on Jun 30, 2001
What would God say specifically to America this 4th of July? He has already spoken to this nation in Pro. 14:34. "Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people."
Introduction: Most of us place a high value on "personal" messages. Form letters and mass mailings are the norm in our day, so it is very refreshing to receive a "personal" note from a person or organization. Some have made a concerted effort to make their mailings seem to be "one-of-a-kind." ...read more
Contributed on Jan 26, 2001
A topical message on the many uses of the word "kiss" in scripture.
Popular culture has a lot to say about kisses. Radio airwaves are filled with songs about them, and teenage hearts are filled with thoughts of them. But the kiss is not strictly the domain of youngsters and songsters. A kiss is an expression of affection, an evidence of love. Society has ...read more
Contributed on Jan 21, 2001
A scriptural examination of the duties of Christian husbands and wives.
Poet Samuel Daniel, a contemporary of Shakespeare, said, "Love is a sickness full of woes, all remedies refusing." Love is the universal topic of writers, poets and singers. It is the subject of both highbrow literature and the lowly country song. Man acts as if he has a working knowledge of the ...read more
Contributed on Jan 13, 2001
A "Super Bowl" message comparing and contrasting the eleven mighty men of David to today’s Christian.
Super Bowl Sunday has become an American tradition. Despite the fact that the game itself is usually a one-sided, boring affair, it seems as if the whole world stops each year for the game. Many churches even cancel their Sunday evening services for their members to watch the game. While there is ...read more