Sermon Series
  • 1. What's Wrong With This Picture?

    Contributed on Jul 29, 2020

    God doesn’t have a call-in radio show but He has given us His Word. This morning we are going to tune into a little book called Habakkuk and listen in on a conversation between God and a very frustrated prophet.

    What’s Wrong with This Picture? Habakkuk 1:1-11 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams First Baptist Chenoa 5-5-19 Caller, You’re on the Air What if you could talk to God? I know prayer is talking to God. But what if God had a call-in radio show. What would you ask Him if you had the chance? I put more

  • 2. I Object!

    Contributed on Jul 29, 2020

    We learned last week, that Habakkuk asked God some very pointed questions. When God answered him, Habakkuk jumped up and said, “I object!”

    I Object! Habakkuk 1:12-2:3 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams First Baptist Chenoa 5-12-19 I Object! Several years ago, I was pulled over on my scooter because Austin was swinging his feet. Instead of paying the fine, I went to court and represented myself. I cross examined the police officer more

  • 3. The Five Woes

    Contributed on Jul 29, 2020

    There are two kinds of people. There are the “puffed up,” the arrogant ones that feel like they don’t like they need God. They feel no need to submit to Him or obey Him. Then there are a the righteous. This righteousness is not in themselves.

    The Five Woes Habakkuk 2:5-20 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams First Baptist Church Chenoa 5-26-19 Review We have been making our way through the little Old Testament book of Habakkuk and God has been speaking to us through this prophet’s questions and cries. Let me remind you that the name more

  • 4. Yet, I Will Rejoice!

    Contributed on Jul 29, 2020

    The best songs are born out of a journey. And that is what we are going to study this morning.

    Yet, I Will Rejoice Habakkuk 3:1-19 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams First Baptist Chenoa 06-02-19 The Heart of Worship If you had of visited Soul Survivor Church in England, you would have been impressed. England is a very secular nation but this church had exploded in size and several artists were more