• Steven Glover

    Contributing sermons since Jan 1, 2000
Steven's church

Vision Missionary Baptist Church
Mars Hill, North Carolina 28714

About Steven
  • Education: Doctorate of Theology
  • Experience: Many years behind the pulpit as full time pastor, interim pastor, associate pastor, as well as, itinerant ministry (revivals and so forth).
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I personally want to thank you for taking the time to stop by and view some of the sermons that I have shared. I pray that God will use them mightly to encourage your heart. If you see something that you can use, them by all means do so if Good gives you the liberty to.
  • Family: God has blessed me with a wonderful wife, to whom I have been married to for a little over 33yrs. at the time of this post. God truly knew what I needed when He put my precious wife in my life. Apart from God, she has been my rock, my encourager, my advisor, as well as, my undying supporter during my many years in the ministry. God has also blessed my wife and I with two beautiful children, a daughter (our first) and a son (our second and last).
  • Books that have had an impact: I do not have any one book in particular in mind, as I have a fairly decent size library in my office. I truly enjoy all of my books and I have to say that God has used all of the various authors to speak to my heart in a life changing way from time to time. In speaking about books, I will say that most of my books are from the preachers of days gone by. Most of the authors have been gone to be with our Lord for many years. Actually, most have been with the Lord now for 75+ years and some more than 100+ years. Knowing this, I’m sure that you can guess that I am kind of partial to the old writers of days that have long since past. These men of God had depth to what they had to say that is rarely found among the men of our current time. Please don’t misunderstand me and think that Im saying that they’re no men of God with any depth to them today, because there definitely is. However, it’s sad to say that there isn’t nearly as many as there used to be.
  • Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, hiking, amateur archaeology and just about anything else that pertains to the great outdoor. I find all the above a great way to recharge my battery from time to time.
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  • Some Snapshots At The Temple

    Contributed on Dec 13, 2003
    based on 83 ratings

    The events surrounding the story of the lame man.

    Title: “Some Snapshots At The Temple” Text: Acts 3:1-10 Introduction: In our message we would like to consider that we are viewing some snapshots that someone has taken while touring the city of Jerusalem. Upon their tour they happen upon a very gorgeous place. It is the temple, and it is more

  • The Loaded Wagon

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    The sad result of our sin as seen by God.

    Introduction: When you think of a loaded wagon in scripture, what text do you think of? Personally, I can not help but to think of the David in Psalms 68:19 (Psalm 68:19 Blessed be the Lord, who daily loadeth us with benefits, even the God of our salvation. Selah.) Without a doubt we have a more

  • Are You Fearful Or Fearless

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 16 ratings

    An evaluation of fear and fearlessness.

    Title: “Are You Fearful Or Fearless" Text: Proverbs 29:25 “The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the Lord shall be safe.” Introduction: In our text we find a double proverb. Each half is entirely true by itself; and put together, the whole is forcible and full of more

  • A Few Words That Say A Lot

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 80 ratings

    Here are just a few words from the book of Nahum that speak volumes of the God with which we have to do.

    Title: “A Few Words That Say A Lot” Text: Nahum 1:7 “The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him.” Introduction: As I thought on the text before us I had a difficult time trying to outline it. I kept on trying to concentrate on nothing but the more

  • Broken But Not Beyond Repair

    Contributed on Oct 17, 2002
    based on 130 ratings

    In the eyes of men we may be broken;however, in the eyes of Jesus we are not beyond repair.

    Title: “Broken But Not Beyond Repair” Text: Isaiah 42:1-3; Matthew 12:14-21 Introduction: It would appear that a delightful word picture is found within our text. The great prophet Isaiah had been gathering the thin reeds, which grew so plentifully in the Jordan valley. The reeds were useful more