Sermon Series
  • 1. Celebrating The Faithfulness Of God

    Contributed on Sep 8, 2005
    based on 27 ratings

    We know that God is faithful because the Bible tells us so, and we see His faithful track record.

    Introduction A. Well, a lot has happened in each of our lives in the last three weeks, and even more so in the world. 1. Last Sunday when we met together, a major hurricane named Katrina was aiming its furry at New Orleans and the neighboring cities and states. 2. As you know so well, it came more

  • 2. A Story Of God's Faithfulness

    Contributed on Sep 22, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Naomi and Ruth discover that God is a faithful God.

    A. For the past two weeks we have been trying to develop a deeper appreciation for the faithfulness of the God we serve. 1. The Bible declares that he is characterized by faithfulness. a. In Exodus 34:6, God says of himself, “The Lord, the Lord, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to more

  • 3. Faithful To His Promises

    Contributed on Sep 22, 2005
    based on 251 ratings

    In this sermon we are reminded of the fact that God is faithful to his promises and we learn how to receive them.

    Introduction: A. Here’s an interesting story for you: A man named Russell Edward Herman left trillions of dollars to thousands of people he’d never met. 1. What was the catch? Russell Edward Herman didn’t have trillions of dollars. He was just a simple, poor carpenter. 2. While the wild, wild more

  • 4. Faithful In Attendance

    Contributed on Oct 11, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    A call to be faithful in attending the gathering of the church, and a commitment to contact those who are missing.

    A. Let me begin with a few stories. 1. The story is told of three preachers who got together for coffee one day and found out that all of them faced the same problem with bat-infestations in their church buildings. a. One of them sad, “I got mad and took a shotgun and fired at them. I missed the more

  • 5. The Call To Faithfulness

    Contributed on Oct 11, 2005
    based on 68 ratings

    In this sermon we define faithfulness and talk about how to develop it.

    Introduction: A. For several weeks now I have been trying to communicate something about God’s faithfulness. 1. Hopefully we all are grasping and internalizing some of the things I’m communicating. 2. But we all know how difficult communication can be. 3. For instance, this week I read this more

  • 6. Faithful In Service

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2005
    based on 44 ratings

    God requires us to be faithful with what we have, not with what we do not have.

    Introduction: A. The story is told of a man from the east coast who had always dreamed of owning a cattle ranch and had finally saved enough money to buy his dream spread in Wyoming. 1. His best friend flew out to visit and asked, “So, what’s the name of your ranch?” 2. His buddy told him that more

  • 7. Faithful In Prayer

    Contributed on Oct 25, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Being faithful to God includes being faithful in prayer. To be faithful in prayer requires that we understand that prayer is expected, effective and must not be exhausted.

    A.We’ve been talking about God’s faithfulness and our faithfulness. 1.We have been reminded of the fact that we are called to be faithful. 2. That call is not a call to perfection, but a call to consistency and reliability. 3. All of this calls for the need to be faithful in attendance and more

  • 8. Faithful In Sharing The Good News

    Contributed on Nov 3, 2005
    based on 39 ratings

    Being faithful in sharing the good news requires the right perspective, right passion and right presentation.

    Introduction: A. I want to begin by using an illustration from Israel’s history as a backdrop for our lesson today. 1. The story is covered in 2 Kings chapters 6 and 7. 2. Sometime around 850 B.C., Joram was king of Israel, and Ben-Hadad king of Aram mobilized his entire army and laid siege to more

  • 9. Faithful In Giving

    Contributed on Nov 7, 2005
    based on 44 ratings

    To be faithful in giving includes giving systematically, generously, cheerfully and expectantly.

    Introduction: A. The American industrialist, Henry Ford, was once asked to donate money for the construction of a new medical facility. 1. The billionaire made a pledge of $5,000. 2. The next day in the newspaper, the headline read, "Henry Ford contributes $50,000 to new hospital." 3. The more

  • 10. Faithful In Parenting

    Contributed on Nov 21, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    To be considered faithful as parents we must have the right target and use the right tactics.

    Introduction: A. Allow me to begin with a short poem by Michael Hodgin: Child-raising theories did abound, before my children were around. Then one day I had my own, now all those theories I disown. Energy was once my friend, now I am at my strength’s end. Fortune gone, the fridge is clean, my more

  • 11. Faithful In Marriage

    Contributed on Dec 2, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Marriage is hard work, but God can help us improve our marriages.

    A. I hope you have been encouraged and inspired as we have been addressing the topic of faithfulness this fall. 1. During the first four sermons of the series I tried to drive home the point that God is faithful, and that our faithfulness is to be in response to His faithfulness. 2. I have also more

  • 12. Faithful To The End

    Contributed on Dec 8, 2005
    based on 33 ratings

    How can we learn to be strong enough to be faithful to the end, even if the end is death.

    Introduction: A. It has been said that there have been more Christian martyrs in recent years than there were during the time of the Caesars. (As I share these statistics, I am using the terms “Christian” and “church” in the broadest possible way). 1. According to a study done by Regent more