Contributed on Sep 22, 2005
1st in series on walking in the Spirit. This compares our spiritual walk with physically walking. How are they similar, and how can they encourage us?
Galatians 5:16-25 – Take a Hike As I mentioned this morning, I heard Dr. Wilson speak yesterday in Miramichi. I love to hear him. The stuff he comes up with is hilarious. Yesterday he read something called The Cowboy Code. Gene Autry came up with his version of The Cowboy Code many years ...read more
Contributed on Oct 2, 2005
Part 2 of Take a Hike: Walking in the Spirit. This is about how to find God’s will, comparing OT ways, with our modern ways, with the NT ways.
Psalm 25:1-5 – Listen Up The story is told of Franklin Roosevelt, who often endured long receiving lines at the White House. He complained that no one really paid any attention to what was said. One day, during a reception, he decided to try an experiment. To each person who came down the ...read more
Contributed on Oct 16, 2005
3rd in Take a Hike: Walking in the Spirit series. This is about having freedom to worship God the way He made us, not being subject to others’ rules about how to do it.
Colossians 2:13-23 – Freedom of Worship I’d like to share just a few words with you tonight about worship. We’ve been doing it, we’ll continue to do it. But I’d like to share a scripture with you tonight to help you along in it. Turn with me to Colossians 2:16. The idea of this ...read more
Contributed on Oct 24, 2005
4th of the Take a Hike: Walking in the Spirit series. This lists different ways we can get the Bible into our lives.
2 Peter 1:19-21 – Getting the Word into Our Lives I read of a minister who was visiting one of his members. The lady of the house was trying to impress him about how devout she was by pointing out the large Bible on the bookshelf and talking in a very reverential way of it as "the Word of ...read more
Contributed on Nov 1, 2005
5th in Take a Hike: Walking in the Spirit series. This is about being filled with the Spirit - what happens at salvation, and what needs to continue happening.
Ephesians 5:15-18 – Filled to the Brim (NOTE: This is a revamp of a previous message of mine called "Would You Like a Refill?", with (I think) a better understanding of the topic. It’s also blatantly Wesleyan/Arminian.) Author Jamie Buckingham once visited a dam on the Columbia River. ...read more
Contributed on Nov 5, 2005
"Ten Troublesome Truths about Sin", looking at Turkish delight from the Chronicles of Narnia. It’s also #6 in my Walking in the Spirit series.
James 1:13-15 – Ten Tasty Tidbits about Turkish Delight Well, you’ve been hearing me mention this for several weeks now, but I thought I’d spend some time tonight looking at the Chronicles of Narnia. This is still part of our series on Walking in the Spirit, as well. The Chronicles of ...read more
Contributed on Nov 13, 2005
#7 in Walking in the Spirit series. It’s also a tie-in with Narnia, about looking forward to Jesus coming. It uses Simeon as scripture basis.
Luke 2:25-35 – Narnia: When Aslan Comes in Sight Tonight I’d like to continue on in our series on walking in the Spirit (#7 by now). In fact, the Bible says that the Holy Spirit was upon this man who happens to be our main topic for the evening. We are going to read Luke 2:25-33. Now, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 21, 2005
This sermon fits in with my Narnia series and my Walking in the Spirit series. It’s about Mrs. Beaver’s sewing machine and how she had to leave it behind because it was too heavy to carry. This exposites the verse and tells us things we should carry.
Hebrews 12:1 – Narnia: Leave the Sewing Machine Well, we are continuing 2 series tonite. We are continuing our Walking in the Spirit series that we started back in September, but we are also continuing our series on the Chronicles of Narnia, which we started 2 weeks ago. Before you think ...read more
Contributed on Nov 29, 2005
#4 in Narnia series, #9 in Take a Hike: Walking in the Spirit series. This is about Jesus breathing on His disciples, and what that means.
John 20:22 – Narnia: A New Breath of Life Tonight we are finishing our dual series. We are wrapping up our series on walking in the Spirit, which we started in September. And we are finishing up our series on the Chronicles of Narnia, this being the 4th and final sermon for that. I’d ...read more