Sermon Series
  • 1. Growing Up Lost In God's House

    Contributed on Jan 31, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    Jews knew of God but not knew God.

    Characteristics of this section: the heighth of chapter 8 to the depth of concern in 9. From joy to a great burden. *Some of toughest questions contemplating actions and working of God. Bitter and denunciatory accusations against God are faced. *Paul goes from explaining the gospel to more

  • 2. Kicking The Sides Out Of The Box

    Contributed on Jan 31, 2001
    based on 35 ratings

    Changing the mindset of what it means to be t he people of God

    Flat Earth: At one time everybody believed, comfortable theory that seemed right. Globe makes no sense to me. When evidence countered that theory people became upset. GOD IS FLAT: safe, easy, and comfortable ideas of God which are predictable and securely locked in our own little theological more

  • 3. A Search For Salvation

    Contributed on Jan 31, 2001
    based on 129 ratings

    What is salvation all about?

    TITANTIC sank: passengers traveled some with simple accomodations while others had very expensive. Extreme difference between but when tally came into NY office it had two catagories: SAVED & LOST Some people are going to hell in first class. LITTLE BOY in school: teacher asked, ‘what is the more

  • 4. What Happens When Salvation Happens

    Contributed on Jan 31, 2001
    based on 33 ratings

    Looking at the various aspects of the salvation event.

     January 1979 in a college dorm room in Stillwater Oklahoma at the age of 20 life’s most important moment happened for me. 1) It was followed up 7 ½ months later when I walked the right aisle, come all the way from the third row from the back at Eastwood Baptist Church in Tulsa more

  • 5. A Personal Look At The Life Of Paul

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2001
    based on 101 ratings

    Paul’s description of his own heart and plans for future ministry

    A PERSONAL LOOK AT THE LIFE OF PAUL * To think about the Apostle Paul is to cause many possible thoughts to enter our minds. He has meant so much in so many ways to so many people. He has changed the very world we live by the very fact of his life and the obedience he gave to Christ. * more

  • 6. Letting Go Of The Leash

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Today we will see what life looks like when God gives a people over to their sin. Human history is not evolution but devolution: man initially walked with God and sin caused a fall and that man will become progressively more wicked until a final rebellio

    Lynne and I often like to go to the running trail near our house. She will sometimes take our two little dogs and walk them while I run. These dogs are two small dachshunds who think they are German shepherds. They constantly pull against the leash to try and go the ways they want to. The one more

  • 7. Man's Reflection In God's Mirror

    Contributed on Oct 28, 2013

    Romans is about the good news but Paul begins with the bad news, the dark side, the universal problem of human depravity. How can anyone understand the value of the good news unless we first understand the bad news about each one of us?

    Years ago when I became the new pastor at Holly Brook Baptist church in Texas my first sermon was entitled , ‘What Sin Looks Like’. They used the sign out in front of the church to [put my name and the sermon title. The sign read, ‘Dr. Guy McGraw, What Sin Looks Like’. more

  • 8. The Turning Point(2013)

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    The message of Romans gets more fun at this point. The accumulated bad news makes the good news worth hearing. THE GOOD GOD HAS DONE IN RESPONSE TO OUR BAD.

    THE TURNING POINT Romans 3:21-31 The message of Romans get more fun at this point. The accumulated bad news that makes the good news worth hearing. This morning we begin to add in the good news. THE GOOD GOD HAS DONE IN RESPONSE TO OUR BAD. JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH is our topic today and more

  • 9. Why Works Won't Work(2013)

    Contributed on Nov 7, 2013

    A deeper look at the issue of Justification by Faith: Theological explanation in chapter 3:21-31. Chapter 4 Paul gives us a practical example out of the OT: Abraham and David

    Old story of frog that jumped in a bucket of milk. Instead of just giving up the frog began to swim and swim and swim. The frog swam so much that the milk turned to butter and the frog hopped out of the bucket. Great story about working so had that you eventually get to where you want to go. more

  • 10. What Does Real Faith Look Like?

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2013

    Abraham did a lot of things as a response to God’s communicated will but only one thing made him righteous in God’s presence. He was justified by FAITH Abraham believed God and it was reckoned to him as righteousness. 4:3

    WHAT DOES FAITH LOOK LIKE? Romans 4:16-25 Guiness Book of World Records: Sports facts, longest mustache, fingernails, hair Heaviest person: 1069 pounds, buried in piano box Tallest: 8’ 11” 37AA shoe Woman: 7’ 7” Thomas and Elizabeth Morgan(UK) were married for 81 more

  • 11. What God Has Given To Us(2013)

    Contributed on Nov 25, 2013

    Chapter 5 is a new beginning. THEREFORE: Pointing backwards, ‘because of all that I have proven you can now count on these wonderful truths’. Pointing backwards but moving forward with hope

    Chapter 5 is a new beginning. Chapters 1-3 demonstrate that sin is an issue that every man, woman, and child must deal with. ALL HAVE SINNED AND FALLEN SHORT. Chapter 4 Paul shows us that dealing with this problem is only possible through one means. Works righteousness is impossible….even more

  • 12. We Are What He Ate(2013)

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2013

    Establish the FACT that ALL ARE SINNERS: by nature and by actions. We are all infected with the SAME DISEASE. Some infections are worse than others and sin is the worst infection of all.

    Today we are going to look at what has been called one of the most important theological ideas in all of Scripture. A definite KEY to understanding the gospel. The heart of the argument to explain our need of forgiveness through Jesus Christ. Establish the FACT that ALL ARE SINNERS: by nature more