Sermon Series
  • 1. Return

    Contributed on May 29, 2020
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    In golf, a do over is called a mulligan. At a fast food restaurant, if they happen to make your sandwich incorrectly, and you bring it make to them to do over, it is called a re-make. And God has a word for a do over. Return!

    In golf, a do over is called a mulligan. At a fast food restaurant, if they happen to make your sandwich incorrectly, and you bring it make to them to do over, it is called a re-make. Woman who get tired of wearing their hair a certain way will go to the beauty parlor and ask for a make- over. And ...read more

  • 2. My Relationship With God Does Not Happen By Accident

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2020
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    In my 67 years of life, I have learned that the things that you really want out of life must be worked for. My parents had a great marriage, and I wanted that for my life.

    Introduction After the honeymoon phase wore off, I realized Anne is a difficult person to live with. And I bet you, she felt the same way about me. This year we celebrated our 46th year of marriage because we chose to work at making our marriage work. In ministry, I had this idea when God calls a ...read more

  • 3. Set My Resolve

    Contributed on Jul 10, 2020
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    Now because I am a Christian and I love God, I do not want to take advantage of do-overs. I want as few do-overs as possible in my Christian life.

    Introduction The past several sermons that I have preached I have been talking about do-overs. I showed you from daily life, there are do-overs and I gave you several examples. And I used those examples to introduce you to the fact that in our Christian life, there are do overs. I pointed to a ...read more

  • 4. You Might Need An Awe Adjustment

    Contributed on Jul 17, 2020
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    Make no mistake about it, God is gracious and will give me as many do-overs as I need, but I want to limit them because I know every time I drift away from God, it hurts Him, and it hurts me, I suffer consequences too. So, I want to keep the course. I want to keep the faith.

    Introduction Last week, I told you that as a Christian, I love God and because I do love God I do not want to take advantage of do-overs in my life because I drifted away from God. Make no mistake about it, God is gracious and will give me as many do-overs as I need, but I want to limit them ...read more

  • 5. The Three P's

    Contributed on Jul 23, 2020
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    If I were to ask you to tell me “the three P’s” that prevent you from taking a do over or returning to God, most of you cannot tell me what they are. These three “P’s” are the ones every Christian should remember.

    Introduction This week I want to talk about the three P’s that might be preventing you from taking a do-over or returning to God. We are told in Hosea 14:1 Return, O Israel to your Lord your God. And as I told you in past sermons in this series, you can take out the name “Israel” and replace it ...read more

  • 6. You Might Need To Reschedule The Time Given To You If…

    Contributed on Jul 31, 2020
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    We all get to use the same amount of time each week- 24 hours each day for seven days or 168 hours in the week or if you want to go down to seconds- there are 604,800 seconds in a week.

    Introduction We all get to use the same amount of time each week- 24 hours each day for seven days or 168 hours in the week or if you want to go down to seconds- there are 604,800 seconds in a week. Although we all get that same amount of time in a week, I can dare say that we all do not spent ...read more

  • 7. You Might Need To Learn How To Rest In God

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2020
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    Jesus tells us in the New Testament in Matthew 11:28 (NIV) 28 "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. And some of us, although God has promised us rest, are not resting

    Introduction When Anne and I were much younger, we use to fly a lot. And I was always amazed as I looked about the plane’s cabin at the number of people who could sleep while the plane was in the air. No matter how much I tried to go to sleep on a plane, I just couldn’t. Anne could, I couldn’t. ...read more

  • 8. We Are Looking At Our Life’s Situations From A Spiritual Perspective If…

    Contributed on Aug 15, 2020
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    Age changed my perspective; financial responsibility changed my perspective and another thing that changed my perspective is coming to know Jesus Christ as the Lord and Savior of your life.

    Introduction I remember as a young boy watching my daddy cut the yard with his gas pushed mower longing for the day that I could do that. Today, at 67 years old, I got to tell you that I dread cutting grass; I hate how long it takes to cut two acres. Don’t get me wrong, I am thankful that I got a ...read more

  • 9. Social Distancing: What Jesus Has To Say About It!

    Contributed on Aug 20, 2020
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    Social Distancing may be a new term to me, and it may be a new term to you; but mankind did not need a virus to teach us how to Social Distance. We have been practicing Social Distancing for the longest time.

    Introduction With the onset of the Covid 19, I learned a new term that wasn’t in my vocabulary until this virus outbreak occurred called “Social Distancing”. I looked up the definition, and it defines Social Distancing as the practice of keeping space between yourself and others to reduce the ...read more