Sermon Series
  • 1. Do We Really Understand Condemnation

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2017
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    Do we really understand what Hell is all about? why should we fear the second death? Is there a realization that all souls exist for eternity and eternal punishment is just that, eternal.

    Opening Illustration: The October 25, 1999 crash of golfer Payne Stewart’s plane was a bizarre incident. He and three companions and two crew, boarded a twin-engine, $2.4 million Learjet which left the runway at 9:19 A.M near Orlando, Florida. There were two pilots, and all seemed fine when they more

  • 2. Do We Really Want Our Friends And Neighbors Saved?

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2017
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    If we have a proper understanding of condemnation,we should be motivated to carry the life-giving message of the Gospel to our family, friends, and neighbors.

    Opening Illustration: Last Wednesday (June 7, 2017) there was in Washington D.C. a Senate hearing for the Russell Vought, President Trump’s nomination for deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget. You may have seen or heard of this event on SPAN, but more likely on various Christian more

  • 3. Do We Really Love Jesus?

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2017

    Is loving Jesus something we say we do, or do we really do. how can we say we love Jesus and not obey His commandments?

    Opening Illustration: I love the story of the guy who pulled the covers over his head one Sunday morning and told his wife, he was not going to church. When she asked why, he said the people didn’t like him, he didn’t like the music, and the kids made fun of him. His wife said, it is your more

  • 4. Do We Really Want God To Mold And Shape Us?

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2017
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    Will we allow God to make us the way He wants? Or will we go the way we want?

    Opening Illustration: Back in 1501, Michelangelo was commissioned to work on a great statue of David. At the time, he had a big block of marble that was spoiled and abandoned. Most artists would say, “Who needs this ruined hunk of marble?” This marred block of marble was called “the Giant.” It more

  • 5. Do We Really Want To Know And To Do The Will Of God?

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2017

    Do we want to do good in our eyes or in the eyes of God? We do not get to choose. It is all about God's will, not ours.

    Back 1949, a notorious gangster named Mickey Cohen, who was the big crime boss in Los Angeles with close ties to the Mafia, he attended a Christian meeting in Beverly Hills. The meeting was being led by a young evangelist named Billy Graham. Graham was just starting out in evangelism and no one more

  • 6. Do We Really Want Forgiveness And Healing?

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2017
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    God will hear our prayers, forgive our sins, heal our land, but we must humble ourselves, pray and seek His face, and turn from our wicked ways.

    Opening Illustration: During the Revolutionary war, Colonel Rall, A Hessian (German) commander at Trenton, New Jersey, was playing cards when a courier brought a message stating that General George Washington was crossing the Delaware River. It was Christmas Day evening 1776. Rall put the letter more

  • 7. Do We Really Want To Know Jesus

    Contributed on Sep 17, 2017

    Do we really want to know Jesus personally and intimately, or do we just know about Jesus?

    Intro Video: A Greater Need (available for download from Sermon Central) Do we really want to know Him? If Jesus is all the Bible claims Him to be, Son of God, taking the penalty of my sins, shedding His blood for me, as my Savior, I want to know Him. Philippians 3:7–11 (NKJV) 7 But what more

  • 8. Do We Really Trust God

    Contributed on Sep 17, 2017
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    If we trust God with our eternity, why don't we trust him with our wallets? Giving is an act of Faith.

    Malachi 3:8–10 Opening Illustrations: A country pastor was talking to his farmer friend, and he asked the farmer, “If you had one hundred horses, would you give me fifty?” The farmer said, “Certainly.” The pastor asked, “If you had one hundred cows, would you give me fifty?” The farmer said, “I more