Contributing sermons since Aug 4, 2009
Contributed on May 11, 2020
Well, God knows Motherhood! Ladies that is important to keep in mind. God knows Motherhood, not just in the intellectual sense, but also in a deeper sense as part of His image.
Good morning church! And a very Happy Mother’s Day to all our Mothers, adoptive moms, and mother’s to be. So glad you are able to be us today! Let me open in prayer: Please turn with me to Isaiah 66:13. “As a mother comforts her child, so will I comfort ...read more
Contributed on Apr 26, 2019
Good Friday. What was so 'good?' Unless we first realize how 'bad' it could have been for us, we will never fully grasp the 'good.'
Does it bother you that God is Just and Holy? It bothers most people. They want to determine what is right or wrong based on what they think is right or wrong. They don’t understand that one day they will stand before the only true and living God and be judged by the standard of He who is, “Holy, ...read more
Contributed on Mar 16, 2019
Words matter. Words communicate. As a master teacher Jesus used words and literary devices to enhance his teaching with great power and insight. He often used 'hyperbole.'
The Gospel of Luke-Pt.18: “Love who? My Enemies!” I walked through hell this week. My personal world was on fire and everyone unloaded their problems on me. I ended the week with the weight of the world upon my shoulders. Let me ask you, ‘What kind of week did I have?’ Yes, you would be ...read more
Contributed on Dec 21, 2018
At Christmas we recognize that "Christ became poor" for our sakes. But we overlook the fact that because of what He did, "we become rich!"
“A Rags to Riches Christmas”- Heb.2:10-3:1 Thomas Waterfield was born in Springtown Camp, in Derry, Northern Ireland. After the war there was an intense housing shortage in the area. Shanty apartments were incredibly dangerous. The people of the area decided to leave the slum and squat at ...read more
Contributed on Jan 3, 2015
God wants us to enjoy life, both everlasting life and life now.
“Eat, drink and be merry!” Ecc.8:15 This is a dangerous sermon! It is dangerous in that it can easily be misunderstood. It’s not one you might expect to hear in a Baptist church. It deals with an aspect of life that too often is preached as negative and sinful, but as ...read more