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  • Rodney Johnson Sr.,

    Contributing sermons since Oct 25, 2002
Rodney's church

Historic Bethlehem and Bell Baptist Churches
Hahnville, Louisiana 70057
(985) 783-2624

About Rodney
  • Education: Bachelor of Theology from Union Baptist Theological Seminary in New, Orleans, LA. Doctoral Degree in Pastoral Theology from Andersonville Baptist Seminary in Camilla, Georgia.
  • Experience: 42 years in the ministry. 27 years as Pastor of the Historic Bethelehem Baptist Church 4 years as Pastor of the Bell Baptist Church
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Be ready, for you know not when your Lord will come!
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: "Remember Lot’s Wife"
  • Family: Married to Michele Johnson. The father of Jasmin, Rodney Jr., and Keyanna Johnson. The son of the late Eddie Johnson Sr., and Ms. Hazel Dallon.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: The best advice came from Elder Paul Banks. During my late Pastor’s illness, I felt tremendous pain. Elder Banks reminded me that my role had changed, that as I’d sought my pastor’s guidance; young ministers would now come to me in like manner.
  • Books that have had an impact: Authored a books entitled; "The Scars of Christ" and "The Last Days."
  • Hobbies: Praying, meditating and working out...
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  • Purchased By His Own Blood

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2019

    This sermon reminds us of the great price paid for our salvation.

    I. The Precaution (Take heed) II. The Preachers (Yourselves) III. The Position (The Flock) IV. The Promoter (The Holy Spirit) V. The Purpose (To feed) VI. The Possession (The church of God) VII. The Purchased (The church of God) VIII. The Price (His own blood) Conclusion: We were purchased ...read more

  • Hope In Dark Times

    Contributed on Sep 8, 2018
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    The objective of this message is to remind us that there remains a hope for the believer beyond their darkest hour.

    Today message is about a man named Job. The name Job means hated or persecuted. I. Job the Man He was a strange mixture: He was blessed and blameless. He was righteous and rich. He was successful and sacrificial. He had plenty and was prayerful. He had money and was merciful. II. What He ...read more

  • Do All To God's Glory

    Contributed on Aug 19, 2018

    Whatever you do, make sure you do it to the glory of God.

    Paul refutes those who were basing right and wrong on their conscience and opinion. He employs the glory of God as the ultimate guide to right and wrong. But how do we glorify God? We cannot give him glory because God is intrinsically glorious without us. Glory according to the Greek and Hebrew ...read more

  • Showing Forth The Lord's Death

    Contributed on Jun 2, 2018

    Each time we partake in the Lord's Supper, we show His death until He comes.

    What a profound truth! I. To whom do we show it? 1. To Self 2. To the Saved 3. To the Sinner 4. To Satan II. What do we show? I. The Plan of His Death II. The Prophecy of His Death III. The Purpose of His Death IV. The Price of His Death V. The Pain of His Death VI. The ...read more

  • Disowned By God

    Contributed on May 31, 2018

    The greatest tragedy in life is to finally be disowned by God.

    Notice their characteristics: I. They were Mouthy (Lord Lord) 2. They were Many (Many will say) 3. They were Minsters (They preached His name) 4. They were Members (They did wonderful works) 5. They were in Ministries (They assumed that they were known by God) 6. They were Miracle workers ...read more

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