Sermons on 1 Samuel
We are adopted through Christ into the greatest family EVER: the family of God.
Mitchell McCormack, missionary to Peru, preached during our Sunday evening service.
Evangelist Harold Vaughan tells us about the ministry of refreshment in this message.
If you don’t deal with battles of your own life, it will become the battles that others after you will have to deal with.
We look at 1 Samuel 17 to learn more about the spiritual warfare that affects every one of us. Before David was a warrior himself, before he led men into battle, before he was a king of a mighty nation, before all that…he was a shepherd, that learned to trust God.
On this Mother’s Day, we lift up motherhood and all women of faith who with tender care and a mother’s love shown to any who needed it.
We must awake to righteousness, sin not, and to not give up in well-doing because our labor for God is not in vain.
There are times in our lives when we get into a situation that we seem unable to get ourselves out of. However, we can be comforted knowing that God is in control, is with us, and can see things that we cannot see. We need to be able to trust God through ALL circumstances.
When you read Scripture, God shows and tells us what is sin. It is crucial that we deal with sin now.
This is not a time to be complacent. We ought to live in holiness because God is holy.