Contributing sermons since Jan 22, 2019
Contributed on Apr 23, 2019
Many people misconstrue knowledge from wisdom because these are closely related. Simply defined, knowledge is the accumulation of facts and information while wisdom is the correct application of knowledge to achieve a desired result
Introduction. Many people misconstrue knowledge from wisdom because these are closely related. Simply defined, knowledge is the accumulation of facts and information while wisdom is the correct application of knowledge to achieve a desired result. However, a desired result can be either good or ...read more
Contributed on Apr 22, 2019
Forgiveness is giving up the right to get even.
Introduction. The command to forgive others is often repeated in the scriptures yet it seems to be the most difficult to obey or comply with. Consequently, many struggle with: · Bitterness · Hatred and anger · Resentment · Heartaches · Fear · Rage. And others It is ...read more
Contributed on Apr 2, 2019
“Kindness is looking at the interest of others with love and compassion, and selflessly taking action to ease their burden.
Introduction. The story of Ruth occurred during the period of the Judges. The last verse of the book of Judges tells us about the spiritual condition of the Israelites during this period. Israel was full of idolatry and repeated breaking of its covenant with God. “Everyone did what was right in his ...read more
Contributed on Feb 26, 2019
Apostle John reiterates his call for Christians to love one another. Somehow, this is difficult to do but John reminded us to rely on God's love and not our selfish love. Our selfish love discriminates and is subjective but the love of God is pure and unconditional.
Relying on God’s Love 1 John 4:13-21 Introduction Apostle John is often called the “apostle of love” because he spoke about the subject on love more than the other New Testament writers. The manner of John’s discourse seems to tell us that the believers did not understand the true message of ...read more
Contributed on Feb 14, 2019
Tasting the righteousness of God gives us an assurance of the salvation that we received.
A story is told about a college professor, an atheist, who gave a lecture denying the existence of God. He cited book after book, scholar after scholar and other written articles to prove that there is no God. The story continues that after the lecture, a man stood up eating an apple and asked the ...read more