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  • "John The Baptist: Bear Fruits Of Repentance” Series

    Contributed by Charles Clemons on Feb 12, 2021
     | 75 views

    “John the Baptist was a prophet of God sent to call Israel to repent. His message was a command for the people to “bear fruit in keeping with repentance” (Luke 3:8). The people were called to produce real change in their lives and not to depend on their national-ethnic identity (Matthew 3:9).”

    I. The Call of the Prophet (3:1,2) II. The Content of the Gospel He Preached (vv.3-9) III. The Response Caused By the Gospel Message (vv.10-14) IV. The Character of the Prophet (vv.15-17) V. The Commitment to Christ of the prophet And the Repentant (vv.18-20) ...read more

  • The Urgency Of Repenting Today

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Feb 2, 2021
     | 213 views

    Now—and not later—is the time to begin a different way of life. And what makes this call so urgent? It is this one, undeniable fact: Christ is on his way.

    The men who bring God’s Word have a difficult job. It’s not the years of study before entering the ministry. It’s not the many hours spent writing sermons. It’s not even getting over the fear of public speaking. Bringing God’s Word is difficult because of what that Word means. It’s a serious Word. ...read more

  • The Baptism Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Jan 15, 2021
     | 324 views

    Why did Jesus need to be baptized and why is that important to us?

  • New Beginnings In Discipleship Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Jan 9, 2021
     | 252 views

    New Beginnings. We crave new beginnings from time to time. New Year: “New Year/New Me” . Pandemic: Ready for a new start when over. Sin: when we’ve messed up in life. Sometimes a season of life can signal a new beginning.

    New Beginnings in Discipleship Luke 3:15-22   Introduction New Beginnings. We crave new beginnings from time to time. New Year: “New Year/New Me”. Pandemic: Ready for a new start when over. Sin: when we’ve messed up in life. Sometimes a season of life can signal a new beginning. Dr. ...read more

  • Session 6: Prepared (Luke 3:7-18)

    Contributed by Ed Lu on Jan 5, 2021
     | 355 views

    Weekly summary and excerpts from Explore the Bible Lesson Sessions

    Warning (Luke 3:7-9) John the Baptist calls the religious leaders "brood of vipers", for deadly and devious were their ways. John tells the people to "produce fruit consistent with repentance or face destruction." Response (Luke 3:10-14) John's message causes 3 groups to ...read more

  • "preparing The Way"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 4, 2021
    based on 1 rating
     | 759 views

    A sermon about evangelism through humility and selfless love.

    “Preparing the Way” Luke 3:2-6, 15-18, 21-22 John the Baptist put on quite a show and the people noticed. Can you imagine the crowd coming to the edge of the river and watching what must have seemed like a spectacle of powerful preaching and baptisms? Excitement would have been in the air and ...read more

  • A Hard Message Of Change

    Contributed by John Bright on Jan 2, 2021
     | 727 views

    Sermon for the first Sunday of 2021

    “A Hard Message of Change” Luke 3:7-9 A sermon for 1/3/21 Pastor John Bright Luke 3 “7 Then he said to the multitudes that came out to be baptized by him, “Brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the wrath to come? 8 Therefore bear fruits worthy of repentance, and do not begin to say to ...read more

  • The Ministry Of John The Baptist Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Dec 24, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 351 views

    What does a successful ministry look like. How should we gauge the success of a preacher or a church. By worldly standards, John's ministry was a failure. By Jesus' standards John the Baptist was the greatest of all prophets.

    Grace Community Church Winchester, VA www.gracecommunity.com Watch this message on our YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/eu6yP42Qz2o Introduction Have you ever asked yourself how you identify the mark of a great pastor or preacher? What are the hallmarks of a great ministry? By worldly standards, ...read more

  • The Product Of A Truly Repentant Heart Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Dec 18, 2020
     | 561 views

    What does it look like for someone who truly repents versus someone who is religious and self-righteous? Let's take a look

    Grace Community Church Winchester, VA Pastor Bradford Reaves Watch this message at: https://youtu.be/XeBqmU3cLVI Introduction I want you to think back to the time of your salvation when you truly repented for your sins before God. Some of you know the moment and for some of you, I shared that ...read more

  • Preparing Your Heart For Jesus Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Dec 17, 2020
     | 1,099 views

    What does true repentance look like? This message is based on John's ministry against a backdrop of political turmoil and religious oppression.

    Introduction We’ve spent the last few months leading up to Christmas and the birth of Christ talking about how the world was being prepared by God religiously and geopolitically for the arrival of Christ. We saw prophetic fulfillment and covenantal fulfillment through the coming of Jesus Christ, ...read more

  • Preparing For Christmas

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Dec 6, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,127 views

    Today's message looks at and answers the question that as we are preparing for Christmas, are we preparing for Jesus.

    Preparing for Christmas Luke 3 In our message today, I’d like to address my ending statement from last week’s message on how Satan is trying to steal Christmas. I said that “as we enter into this Christmas season, let’s prepare our hearts the right way so that the true joy of Christmas can fill ...read more

  • Father Abraham

    Contributed by Kimberly Belken on Aug 23, 2020
     | 1,144 views

    The faith of Abraham made him righteous. Through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, our faith makes us righteous and leads us to trust in God and God's promises. We never know what these promises will mean for us, but we can know that God works them together for our good.

    Father Abraham had many sons And many sons had Father Abraham I am one of them And so are you So, let’s all praise the Lord I know our Sunday School kids know that song and perhaps some of you do as well. In fact, it is probably the most well-known song and story about the great patriarch Abraham ...read more

  • It' Not About Us

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Apr 22, 2020
     | 974 views

    We love our church traditions and are proud of the good things we do. But our calling is to honor Jesus above ourselves and change any tradition to better point people to Jesus, like John the Baptist.

    One of the fun parts of the Christmas season is getting letters from old friends and learning how their kids are turning out. Erik, whom I confirmed years ago, is in the Air Force now. Annie is a commercial artist. Allen, who used to get bullied, is a police officer now. Tim is married, with ...read more

  • Are You Ready For Christmas?

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Apr 22, 2020
     | 852 views

    John the Baptist told people to make preparations to meet Jesus that were very different from our preparations for Christmas.

    I hope we are all making some progress towards being ready for Christmas. We know the drill, decorations, shopping, Christmas cards, wrapping presents, cooking, and so on. Today we meet John the Baptist, who gives us a very different list of things we need to do to be ready to ...read more

  • Point Them To Jesus

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Apr 22, 2020
     | 688 views

    Churches easily get struck in a rut and decline. John the Baptist serves as a model for vital ministry: focus on Jesus above all else.