Sermon Series
  • 1. Getting God's Work Done

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Don’t underestimate what God can do through one man who is willing to serve Him. Don’t procrastinate when God speaks to you. When He speaks, He is addressing a need He sees in you.

    When Solomon was king of Israel he built a beautiful temple in Jerusalem. • People from all over the world came and saw this wonder and the Jewish people treasured the Temple because it was the place where God dwelled with man, the place where they worshipped Him. • But as time went by, the more

  • 2. The Best Is Yet To Be

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Be strong and work for the Lord, for He is with us and will help us. Do not be discouraged by the ’good old days’. Look at the need of the hour and do our best for His glory.

    Let’s recap. The Israelites came back from 70-years of captivity in Babylon. • They started to rebuild the Temple but the Samaritans opposed them (cf. Ezra 3). • They were so discouraged by the conflict that they stopped work after laying the foundation. • Nothing was done while the people busy more

  • 3. Turn To God And Receive

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Doing spiritual work will not change you. Holiness is not transferable but defilement is. Serving the Lord while in sin desecrates His work. Turn to Him, confess and receive the forgiveness of sin and His righteousness.

    We are looking at Haggai’s 3rd message today, from 2:10-19 Both the 3rd and 4th messages were given on the same day. Two weeks ago, we learn from Haggai not to underestimate what God can do through one man. - His short and simple ministry turned the whole nation back to worshipping God. - His more

  • 4. The Sovereign God

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    God is in control. He keeps His promises. He is on our side. Will you trust Him?

    We’ve finally come to the fourth and the last message of Haggai. • This last message was delivered on the same day as the third. God spoke twice on this day. • God speaks to address a need He sees. This time He came with a message specifically for the leader. From the content of the more