• Steven Angus

    Contributing sermons since May 30, 2006
Steven's church

Winchester First
Winchester, Tennessee 37398

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  • The Girl Who Was The Product Of Her Environment

    Contributed on May 20, 2013

    Fourth in a series on the characters involved in the beheading of John the Baptist. The sermon focus on Salome the daughter of Herodius.

    The Girl Who Was the Product of Her Environment Mark 6:14-19 By now we are familiar with this gruesome story found in Mark 6. Over the past several weeks we have looked at the passage from the vantage point of the three primary characters. John the Baptist taught us the need for and the more

  • The Woman Who Nursed A Grudge

    Contributed on May 20, 2013

    Third sermon in series studying characters involved in the beheading of John the Baptist. This sermon looks at Herodious and the effects of bearing a grudge.

    Herodias: The Woman Who Nursed a Grudge Psalm 14:1-7; Ephesians 3:14-21; Mark 6:14-19 (NIV) Tragically, the names Aurora, Colorado, James Holmes, and Batman will always be connected. Slightly over a week ago, James Holmes age 24 went on a shooting rampage in a movie theater leaving 12 dead more

  • A Man Caught In A Web

    Contributed on May 20, 2013
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    Second in a series of sermons dealing with the primary characters in the beheading of John the Baptist. This sermon looks at Herod.

    A MAN CAUGHT IN A WEB Mark 6:14-29 Can you visualize anything more breathtaking than a dew covered spider web glistening in the early morning sunlight? A spider’s web is remarkable even without the woven words of Charlotte’s Web, “Some Pig” embroidered in it. It is more

  • John The Baptist

    Contributed on May 20, 2013

    First in a series of sermons based on the personalities involved in the beheading of John the Baptist. This sermon focuses on the difficulty of living a holy life when surrounded by a lack of it.

    JOHN THE BAPTIST “Living Holy in a Not So Holy World” Mark 6:14-29 Who said the Bible is boring? Whoever it was hadn’t read this story. It has more plots and subplots than an episode of NCIS or a John Grisham legal thriller. This story has four main characters: John the Baptist, King more

  • That Pentecostal Fire

    Contributed on May 20, 2013
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    How The Tongues of fire at Pentecost demonstrates the power of God. Fire is a biblical image of God.

    That Pentecostal Fire Acts 2:1-4 Fire has long represented God and the presence of his Holy Spirit. (strike match or a lighter) One day as Moses was tending his father-in-law's sheep, he saw an amazing sight. A bush was on fire, yet it was not being consumed. As he approached this unusual more

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  • Light In The Darkness

    Contributed on May 20, 2013
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    LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS Some of you may be familiar with the name Catherine Marshall. She was a wonderful Christian author who wrote such classics as Christy, which became a television series. There was an occasion in her life when she felt as if the flame of God’s love had gone out. It more

  • Only Two Kinds Of Churches

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2006

    Dr. Sherwood Wirt in his book, AFTERGLOW, wrote: I have learned there is no point in talking about strong churches and weak churches, big churches and little churches, warm churches and cold churches. Such categories are unrealistic and beside the more

  • Yates Pool Is A Famous Oil Field In West Texas. ...

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2006
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    Yates Pool is a famous oil field in West Texas. During the Great Depression of the 1930’s, this field was a sheep ranch owned by a man named Ira Yates. Because of Yates’ inability to make enough money on his ranching operation to make his mortgage payment, he was in danger of losing his more

  • In One Of His Books, Charles Allen Tells About A ...

    Contributed on May 31, 2006

    In one of his books, Charles Allen tells about a highway that was being built in England. In the way stood a very, very old building. The workmen tore it down and cleared off the ground on which it stood. After the ground had been exposed to the sunshine and rain for some months, a wonderful thing more

  • William Hinson, Sr. Retired Pastor Of First ...

    Contributed on May 31, 2006

    William Hinson, Sr. retired pastor of First United Methodist Church in Houston, the largest church in American Methodism, tells the story about a time when he was going to Columbia, South Carolina to preach in a revival. He had not slept well the night before and had gotten up that morning and more