Contributing sermons since May 7, 2011
Contributed on Oct 29, 2011
Recognize some of the masks Christians wear and exhort to let this "Halloween" be the time to remove the mask rather than put one on.
Removing the Mask Thomas A. Gaskill October 30, 2011 Opening illustration: Many years ago there was an emperor who was so fond of new clothes that he spent all of his money on them. He did not have any concern about his army; he cared nothing about the theater or for driving about in the woods, ...read more
Contributed on Oct 23, 2011
Rest is necessary to run the race God has marked out for us.
Be Still So That You Can Run! Thomas A. Gaskill October 30, 2011 Introduction: Read Isaiah 40:28-31 Rest is vital to our well being physically, mentally, and spiritually. God created the Sabbath to be a means of revitalization. It is a day to heed God’s invitation: “Be ...read more
Contributed on Oct 15, 2011
Stop what you are doing. Drop into God's presence. Roll out Satan's fiery darts.
STOP, DROP, and ROLL! Thomas A. Gaskill October 16, 2011 October is Fire Prevention Month. What do you do if you catch on fire? Stop, drop, and roll! The worst thing a person can do when on fire is to keep running around with clothes blazing. As the person runs, the fire gets more air ...read more
Contributed on Aug 29, 2011
This sermon stresses why we should choose to inspire others to Christ. This is more than an outline but it is not the full text.
Why Choose to Inspire Scripture Text: Daniel 1-3 August 28, 2011 Thomas A. Gaskill Today there are many people: doubtful of the existence of God confused about the true God blinded by the ways of the world surrounded with despair in the world The top 10 ...read more
Contributed on Aug 27, 2011
Jesus gives us an example to follow. He was always inspiring.
Jesus - Always Inspiring! Thomas A. Gaskill August 21, 2011 Selections from 1 Corinthians 10:23,24,31,11:1 NKJV (23) All things are lawful for me, but not all things are helpful; all things are lawful for me, but not all things edify. (Thayer: to promote growth in Christian wisdom, affection, ...read more