Contributing sermons since Jun 9, 2005
Contributed on Dec 3, 2018
If on Advent Sunday all we do is to look back to Christ's earthly life and forward to his coming again, our present life seems to occupy a sort of interval when nothing much is going on.
TITLE: THE ABSURDITY OF ADVENT SCRIPTURE: ISAIAH 40:3-5 I so enjoy this time of the year in the Christian Calendar. Even after 35 years of Preaching and Pastoring, this season never grows old or tiresome as I stand in the pulpit. This is the First Sunday in Advent. • In the media the season ...read more
Contributed on Nov 19, 2018
The Psalmist proclaims they looked back on their Captivity and they did not cry or complain they thought about how many times in the past God had brought them through. Based upon a Memory they moved from Prayer to Praise
TITLE: THE LORD HAS DONE GREAT THINGS FOR US SCRIPTURE: PSALM 126 This Psalm, at first glance, appears perfect for this Sunday Morning message before Thanksgiving. What better holiday than the feast of pumpkin and sweet potato pie to read of shouts of joy and mouths full of laughter? What a ...read more
Contributed on Oct 29, 2018
Emotional people make big mistakes when they base decisions on how they feel rather than obeying God and what they know is the right thing to do. We have to learn how to live beyond our feelings and do what is right even when we feel we have been wronged.
(this sermon has some thoughts and points from various sermons that have been published on various media sights). TITLE: GET OUT OF YOUR FEELINGS SCRIPTURE: ST. MATTHEW 15:21-28 This past week FBC was honored to host the 121st Annual Session of the Oklahoma Missionary Baptist State Convention. ...read more
Contributed on Oct 25, 2018
Though the story reads like modern Soap Opera with immoral activities in which the affluent or privileged escape while the less fortunate are punished
TITLE: A STONE’S THROW AWAY SCRIPTURE: ST. JOHN 8:1-11 Have you ever done anything embarrassing before? Have you ever had an Embarrassing moment in your life? If we are honest, we have all had some embarrassing moments before. The woman found in our text this morning had such an experience. ...read more
Contributed on Oct 15, 2018
As I have continued to grow in this Christian journey, I have begun to discover the older son in Jesus' narrative is every bit as lost as the younger
TITLE: DON’T MISS THE PARTY SCRIPTURE: ST. LUKE 15:25-32 I am sure like many of you this morning, we have heard this passage of scripture taught and preached many times over the decades. I am proud to say, I have participated and enjoyed Sunday School all of my life, therefore, I am very ...read more