Contributed on Dec 3, 2011
God wants you: 1. To have the gift of His grace (vs. 26-30). 2. To know about His kingdom (vs. 31-35). 3. To believe in the possibility of His power (vs. 36-37). 4. To be a submissive servant (vs. 38).
Back to the Best of Christmas Part 1: Mary’s Message to Us Luke 1:26-38 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Dec. 4, 2011 *Did you ever wish you could go back to the first Christmas? Back to Bethlehem, back to the angels, the shepherds, and the baby Savior in the manger? *We ...read more
Contributed on Dec 10, 2011
God wants you to have: 1. Joseph’s character (vs. 18-19). 2. Joseph’s confidence (vs. 20-23). 3. Joseph’s care for other people (vs. 24-25).
Back to the Best of Christmas Part 2: Live Like Joseph Matthew 1:18-25 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Dec. 11, 2011 *What is Christmas about? -- Most people will tell you it’s about presents and Santa, lights and trees or days off from work and school. Some will even say ...read more
Contributed on Dec 24, 2011
God wants to move us: 1. From ordinary living to extraordinary living (8). 2. From fear to faith (9-11). 3. From condemnation to salvation (11). 4. From sadness to gladness (10-14 & 20). 5. From a pointless life to a heavenly purpose (15-18).
Back to the Best of Christmas Part 3: Let the Lord Move You this Christmas Luke 2:6-20 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Dec. 25, 2011 *I sure am glad that you are here this morning. Some of you have travelled a long way to get here. Christmas is a time when people are on the ...read more
Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
Where do we go from here? -- Go forward: 1. With determination to find the Lord (vs. 1-2). 2. With declarations of your faith (vs. 2). 3. Depending on God’s guidance (vs. 3-9 & 12). 4. With great devotion to the Lord (vs. 10-11)
Back to the Best of Christmas Part 4: Where Do We Go from Here? Matthew 2:1-12 Sermon by: Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Jan. 1, 2012 BACKGROUND: *We usually put three wise men in the manger scene, even though they don’t really belong there. The Scripture doesn’t tell us how many ...read more