Contributing sermons since Oct 18, 2000
Contributed on Jan 24, 2002
A Scriptural view of the unborn.
Introduction: This past summer the nation was clamouring over fetal tissue cell research. As I pondered the question I turned to the Scriptures to see what the Word of God really had to say about unborn life. I believe the Lord led me to this passage of Scripture in Jeremiah. Jeremiah is ...read more
Contributed on Apr 30, 2001
How to respond to Christ with saving faith.
Introduction: What constitutes a saving response to the resurrected Lord? James says the "demons believe and tremble". If salvation is more than mere mental ascent to a set of facts, what does real saving belief look like? This is what Paul lays out in this verse. (READ Romans 10:9) There are ...read more
Contributed on Mar 17, 2001
Observations made of the Last Supper and applied to the obervance of the Lord’s Supper.
Introduction: One of the biblical scenes that artists have tried to portray more than any other is the Last Supper scene. Each artist uses his imagination as he paints the scene. In some paintings the mood is festive, the disciples portrayed with smiling faces looking up to Jesus. In others the ...read more
Contributed on Jan 26, 2001
Keys to peace of mind.
Introduction: I remember watching a Mayberry episode in which a fancy New York preacher came to town. He preached a sermon about slowing down. He said, "All we do is rush, rush, rush. Slow down, enjoy life." After the service the people of Mayberry decided to build the band stand in the park, ...read more
Contributed on Dec 23, 2000
A reminder of and a discovery of the true meaning of Christmas.
INTRODUCTION: A little boy drew a manger scene in his Sunday School class. When he was done he showed the teacher what he had drawn. There was Mary and Joseph, and baby Jesus, and the animals, and the shepherds, and a chubby boy sitting by the baby Jesus. The teacher asked, "who is this chubby ...read more
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Contributed on Nov 4, 2000
DL Moody was a great evangelist from Chicago. He went to England once and met a young man there that wanted to preach in his church. Moody agreed thinking that he would never see him again. To his dismay he recieved a letter that said the young man would be in his town shorlty and wanted to take ...read more