Contributed on Jul 28, 2013
Labels are necessary at times but can also be divisive and destructive. It's important for us to know about our label.
Today we will be talking about labels. Sometimes labels are important. Imagine going to the grocery store to get a can of green beans. But when you get there all the can goods are without labels. You do not know if you are getting green beans or corn. Labels also give you important information. ...read more
Contributed on Aug 3, 2013
King Saul and Esau had a problem with patience that lead to even greater problems. What does sprit-filled paience look like and can we live it?
Last Sunday I shared with you that when you accepted Jesus as your Savior, you were given a new name from the Lord’s own mouth (Isaiah 62:2). And with this new name came a new purpose. Simon the fisherman became Peter the fisher of men. Saul of Tarsus, the destroyer of the church became Paul ...read more
Contributed on Aug 11, 2013
In the Greek integrity meant to be true, genuine, trustworthy, reliable, and valid. We must live up to those virtues today.
Last week we began looking at flaws in our lives that might hinder us from being effective ambassadors for Jesus. Patience was our subject from last week. We read about Saul’s lack of patience and how it led to disobedience. This disobedience caused an end to come to his kingdom, a kingdom ...read more
Contributed on Aug 15, 2013
Sometimes is seems we have forgotten how to show honor where honor is due. This sermon illustrates who and what we should honor.
We have been searching for ways that we can become better ambassadors for Jesus. Two weeks ago, we discussed patience. Last week we discussed integrity. We discovered the Greek word for integrity had five definite traits. Integrity meant to be true. Our words should hold true. Our yes should ...read more