Sermon Series
  • 1. Why Were You Searching For Me?

    Contributed on Mar 3, 2004
    based on 23 ratings

    Inspired by Conrad Gempf’s latest book, "Jesus Asked.", this series explores the questions that Jesus asked us. This first sermon looks at reasons why people are still searching for Jesus, even if they don’t realize it.

    Questions Jesus asked #1 “Why were you searching for me” – Luke 2:41-52 By James Galbraith Bethel First Baptist Church - January 11, 2004 Introduction Sometimes I sit down with the youth and ask them “if you could ask God one question, what would it be?” The questions I get are more

  • 2. Why Do You Worry?

    Contributed on Mar 10, 2004
    based on 15 ratings

    #3 in my "Questions Jesus asked" series, this sermon takes part of the Sermon on the Mount to address one reason why we worry, and what Jesus tells us to do about it.

    Questions Jesus asked #3 “Why do you worry?…” - Matt. 6:25-34 By James Galbraith Bethel First Baptist Church - January 25, 2004 Thoughts on worry What does worry do? – Plenty! - At a British clinic an examination of 500 patients confirmed that more than one-third of their visual more

  • 3. Do You Want To Get Well

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2004
    based on 13 ratings

    #4 in the Questions Jesus asked series, this sermon look at Jesus’ visit to the Pool of Siloam, and asks us to consider our answer to his question "Do you want to get well?"

    Questions Jesus asked #4 “Do you want to get well?…” – John 5:1-15 By James Galbraith Bethel First Baptist Church – February 1, 2004 Review We have been looking at the questions Jesus asked us by the way… (approx. figures) people asked Jesus 135 questions – he asked them 276 more

  • 4. Where Is Your Faith?

    Contributed on Apr 13, 2004
    based on 13 ratings

    #5 in a series, this sermon uses the event of Jesus calming the storm to ask where do we place our faith.

    Questions Jesus asked #5 “Where is your faith?” – Luke 8:22-25 By James Galbraith Bethel First Baptist Church – February 8, 2004 Introduction Swan Quarter Tale Sometime in the 1870s, the good citizens of Swan Quarter, North Carolina decided that it was high time to build a church. more