Contributed on Dec 7, 2007
Some infections are deadly once they get inside of your blood stream because they begin to take over and destroy healthy cells, causing your body not to function the way it was intended but we are called to be filled with the infectious love of Christ!
Infectious Love, I John 2:15-17 Introduction My family was infected with some kind of sickness a couple of months ago that we have had the most terrible time getting over. In fact, I think we may still have it. It all started when my wife Christina had a small cough and a little bit of a sore ...read more
Contributed on Dec 15, 2007
This Christmas season, let us open our hearts completely to God. As we do that we will open ourselves up to receive the deep and abiding joy that is found only in knowing God.
The Outpouring of Joy, Mark 14:3-9 Introduction (Adapted from Charles Spurgeon, All of Grace) The fames 19th Century English preacher, Charles Spurgeon, tells the story of a minister who called upon a poor woman, intending to give her help; for he knew that she was very poor. With his money ...read more
Contributed on Dec 19, 2007
Let us recommit ourselves to experiencing the peace of God in our lives and in our fellowship.
The God of Peace, II Corinthians 13:11-14 Introduction I know a man who not long ago gave his heart to Christ, and has since lived a very happy Christian, who for a long time prior to his conversion had been so eaten up by care and anxiety that he had been ill-natured on account of it. His ...read more
Contributed on Dec 20, 2007
I prepared this sermon to deliver on Christmas Eve as a concise message of the gift we have in Christ.
The Gift of Christ, Luke 1:35 (Christmas Eve Message) Introduction “Mommy, what is Christmas?” asked the three-year-old girl. Her mother carefully explained that Christmas is Jesus’ birthday. “Then why do we not give gifts to Jesus if it’s His birthday?” The mother explained the tradition of ...read more