Contributing sermons since Dec 7, 2016
Contributed on Oct 4, 2017
Eccl 5:1 Guard your steps when you go to the house of God. To draw near to listen is better than to offer the sacrifice of fools, for they do not know that they are doing evil. What is the sacrifice of fools?
Contributed on Sep 30, 2017
The analogy of Christ to a rock has its roots in Scripture. There are numerous Old Testament references to the Lord as a "Rock" or "Rock of my salvation." Or as one of our songs, drawn from Psalm 18 says, “The Lord liveth, and blessed be the Rock.”
Contributed on Sep 28, 2017
Jesus said, "If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me." He also said, "Whoever does not carry his own cross and come after me cannot be my disciple." So following him is vitally important. How is it done?
Contributed on Sep 22, 2017
Sacrificing to God has always been part of the man-God relationship. Abel and Cain made sacrifices. Abraham prepared to sacrifice his son. The Levitical system of sacrifices lay at the center of Jewish life. Today God calls for living, not dead sacrifice.
Contributed on Sep 20, 2017
The opening line of Psalm 127 emphasizes a theme that runs through both Psalm 127 and 128 – without God’s direct and crucial involvement in its building and protection, no house, city, or family will survive.