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  • Will Christians Go Through The Tribulation Period? (Ix) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Mar 1, 2021

    Matthew's prediction of the Abomination of Desolation is compared to Luke's account of the destruction of the temple in 70 AD. Rightly diving this portion of the Olivet Discourse is crucial to understanding end-time prophecy. The focus of this message is Matthew 24:15-31.

  • Relationship

    Contributed by Rodney Rapp on Dec 6, 2020

    A long term relationship is not based upon one experience but many. Intimacy is not one touch One hug One embrace A long term relationship Is built upon Many touches Many embraces Many hugs

  • Power For The Mission Series

    Contributed by Troy Walliser on Nov 5, 2020
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    Sermon 1 in series through the book of Acts

  • Introduction To Church Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Aug 4, 2020

    The upper room in Jerusalem accommodated all apostles minus Judas, and they remain in prayer along with the women and Mary the Mother of Jesus, and with his brothers.

    Acts 1: 12-26 Introduction to Church 1: 12-14 Entry of the New Testament Church 1: 15-20 Enrol of the Members into Church 1: 21-26 Election in Early Church Acts 1: 12-14 Entry of the New Testament Church Now we read here about the entry of the more

  • Ascension And Pentecost 2020

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jun 16, 2020

    In this sermon the Ascension of Jesus into Heaven and Pentecost are intertwined in an attempt to reveal the full working of the Holy Trinity in the plan of salvation. Next Sunday, Pentecost Sunday, will be a follow up from the perspective of the birth of the Church.

    Ascension And Pentecost 2020 - Acts 1:1-14 (This sermon is a shorter sermon due to being delivered via Facebook/Live during the Covid-19 shutdown) Today we will be reading from Acts 1:1-14 This Thursday was a holiday. Well, actually NOT a holiday but the remembrance of a Holy Day. The more

  • Pentecost - The Church Is Born!

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jun 16, 2020

    What a day!!! In all of the history of humanity there was never a more important few weeks than the time that passed between the suffering of Jesus on our behalf and the arrival of the Holy Spirit. It is almost too great an event to tell as it cannot be given the justice it deserves!

    Pentecost - The Church Is Born! Today we will be reading from Acts 2:1-13 Last Sunday we took a look at a combination of Jesus’ ascension into Heaven and the Holy Spirit being given to all of humanity on the Day of Pentecost. In doing so we contrasted the work of God in the Old Testament and the more

  • When A Prayer Meeting Becomes A Buisness Meeting Series

    Contributed by Hugh W. Davidson on Jun 14, 2020

    The beginnings of the church

    Acts 1:12-26 A businessman had to make a trip to California and his wife wanted to go as well but she had a really important appointment the next day; so, he said, “Why don’t you do what you have to do and then fly out and join me.” As soon as he more

  • Prayer And Patience

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on May 23, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    When Jesus told the Apostles and Mary and his brothers to wait for the coming gift of the Holy Spirit, they had no idea how long they had to wait for. A sermon on Prayer.

    “It’s alright for you thinnies” Boris Johnson apparently told the cabinet as he explained his desire to start a new campaign against obesity once the Covid crisis is over. “It’s alright for you thinnies” Boris has come to see the fact that he is overweight as one of the reasons why he suffered so more

  • Tell You Story

    Contributed by Zachary Hash on May 22, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    We all have a story.. We all have good news to share… Now, let’s get out there and tell it. Tell it for the world to hear.

    Tell Your Story Acts 1:6-14 Some years ago, a commuter on the Long Island Railroad was known to every regular patron on the five o'clock local. He was a well-dressed, soft-spoken young man. Every evening after the train left the subway he would rise and go to the front of the more

  • "in The Meantime..."

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on May 21, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    A sermon for Ascension of the Lord Sunday.

    “In the Meantime…” Acts 1:1-14 A Tribal Chief lay dying. He called to him three of his people and said, “I must select a successor. Therefore, climb our holy mountain and return with a the most precious gift you can find.” The first brought back a huge gold nugget. The second brought back a more

  • Ten Facts About Baptism With The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Ivy Drafor Amenyah on May 20, 2020

    This is a short sermon that outlines some important facts about Baptism with the Holy Spirit. I pray you are blessed by it.

    We are in a period of spiritual intensity. It requires an intense spiritual response. For us Christians, that intensity does not come from ourselves for we can of ourselves do nothing. Without Christ, we can do nothing. It is the period after the resurrection and His appearances over a period of more

  • "Ascension Calls Us”

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on May 19, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    Today the text empowers us to a great call not to give up, this thing is on us, to pardoner with Jesus , to know it now time, Ascension calls us to pray, and to have faith that works.

    Acts 1:6-14 “Ascension Calls Us” 1. Ascension Calls us “Don’t Give Up” • The days prior to Jesus' murder had been brutal for them. • They had scattered and hid out they had much confusion • Perhaps thought the last three years was a mess or was it • One thought they had What are we to do? He more

  • The Place Of Prayer In The Church

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Apr 27, 2020

    A midweek service sermon that focuses on the strength that prayer brings to us in the Church.

    THE PLACE OF PRAYER IN THE CHURCH FBCF – 4/15/20 Midweek Service Jon Daniels INTRO – Many of us use the YouVersion app on our phones for Bible reading, devotional plans, & sharing Scriptures w/ others. I’m kind of old school when it comes to readin the Bible – like having an actual Bible in my more

  • In God's Waiting Room

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Apr 27, 2020

    A sermon from Acts 1 to encourage believers to think about reasons that God tells us to wait

    “IN GOD’S WAITING ROOM” Acts 1:1-14 FBCF – 4/22/20 Midweek Service Jon Daniels INTRO – Most of us do not enjoy sitting in a waiting room. - Dr. office or hospital waiting room - Getting oil changed or car repaired - Some type of business or work appointment - Right now, we are ALL in a waiting more

  • The Easter Witness Of God's Love

    Contributed by Ryan Ferwerda on Apr 19, 2020

    What is Easter all about? What does Jesus' death and resurrection mean for our lives? These are the central questions of the seven-week Easter season. We may not be able to fully understand the meaning of these questions answers, but that does not stop us from bearing witness to those answers.

    What is Easter all about? What does Jesus’ death and resurrection mean for our lives? These are the questions that have been on my mind and heart this past week. Is Easter a one-day holiday in the spring where we simply gather with family for a nice meal, maybe exchange small gifts, hunting more