Sermons on 1 Peter
We continue our Soldiers of Christ, Arise series with Part 3. We are engaged in an ongoing spiritual warfare as soldiers of the Cross. We need to arise to our calling and to our future.
The state of California has declared war on the gospel of Christ. It is time we resolve anew our commitment and submission to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Christ of the gospel!
We often think that we are too inadequate to do what God wants us to do. However, we can do what God wants us to do through His promises and His power. Don’t let yourself define you. God defines you and God refines you.
Queen Victoria of England once asked if it’s possible to know if there is eternal safety in the next life. A pastor heard of Queen Victoria’s question and wrote her a letter explaining how she could know if she’s going to Heaven by believing in Jesus Christ and accepting His finished work.
America’s culture has returned to its vomit. Why? God’s people have returned to the vomit of sin.
We continue our series titled “A Man Called Peter” with a focus on 1 Peter 5:1-10.
We continue our series titled “A Man Called Peter” with a focus on 1 Peter 4:12-19. Christians should not be surprised to face persecution by a resentful world that persecuted Christ.
We ought to humble ourselves before God first before God humbles us. S.M. Davis of Solve Family Problems teaches us from the Bible how we can humble ourselves.
Your mind can be fed and it can be led. The mind can be led by what it’s feeding on. Therefore, we have to guard our minds from having it feed on bad thoughts. Who is feeding your mind? The flesh or the mind of Christ?
We continue our series titled “A Man Called Peter” with a focus on 1 Peter 3:14-17. We again examine the transformation of Peter as an example of what the Lord can do with us and look at what Peter teaches us about handling suffering and persecution.