Sermon Series
  • 1. Not Everyone's Coming Home

    Contributed on Mar 22, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    A word of warning from the Sermon on the Mount: we must make certain our walk with God.

    Not Everyone’s Coming Home Matt. 7:21-23 Thomas Wolfe wrote, “You can’t go home again.” Robert Frost wrote, “Home is the place where, when you have to go there, They have to take you in.” I suppose there is an element of truth in both of these ideas. Wolfe wrote from the perspective of the more

  • 2. Will You Survive The Storm?

    Contributed on Mar 22, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Katrina on the Gulf Coast was a ravaging storm: but there are many others that hit our lives --- this sermon points to the only way to survive life’s storms.

    Will You Survive the Storm? Matt. 7:24-27, NIV Are you ready for hurricane season? It’s almost time for those months of tension here near the gulf. It’s almost time to get prpeared. When the season hits, water, canned food items, flashlights, and the like will rapidly disappear off store more

  • 3. What Are Your Priorities

    Contributed on Mar 22, 2008

    A sermon from a series on the Sermon on the Mount, this message is a call to check one’s priorities, one’s level of commitment to the Lord.

    What are Your Priorities? Matt. 6:19-24, NIV One Tin Soldier(Lambert-Potter) “Listen children, to a story, that was written long ago. About a kingdom, on a mountain, and the valley folk below. On the mountain, was a treasure, buried deep beneath a stone and the valley people swore they’d have more

  • 4. True Colors

    Contributed on Mar 22, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    An introduction sermon to a series on the Sermon on the Mount; overview of the beatitudes and how they describe true Christian living.

    True Colors Matt. 5:1-12 The word, “colors” has numerous meanings. An early use of the word is flag, pennant, or badge. Early warships often carried flags from many nations on board in order to elude or deceive the enemy. The rules of civilized warfare called for all ships to hoist their true more