Sermons on Genesis
Many criticize Christians for seeking to spread the Gospel of Christ to the lost. There’s something these critics need to look back into history and know like many of us do: Every thing changes when God shows up.
On this Resurrection Sunday, we examine the story of the two on the road to Emmaus. This story reminds us of the many things that Christ can do in our lives.
Dr. George Crabb of RU Recovery Ministries preached a message about how we need to be careful about allowing little things in our lives that fall outside of God’s will.
Most of the time, pride is the root of all sin. In this message, Bro Edgar Yacub defines what pride is, looks at the origins of pride, and what pride does to a person.
When going through challenges people will often call them the “storms of life.” Often it is a time when you feel as if life is out of control. During the storms of life we can often forget God’s promises and/or direction. We need to read our Bibles and remember the promises of God as we endure the storms of life.
Like in the times of the judges in Israel, we live in a time when people seek to do what is right in their own eyes. In times like this, we need to seek to do what is right in God’s eyes instead of what is right in our own eyes.
Man’s best, happiest, and most satisfying context is in the presence of God. However, we need to be careful because sin in our lives can result in God’s absence. We are to maintain a relationship of continuing trust in God.
We are called to be a living sacrifice, but many people are ignorant about what that means. Ignorance has a very high cost to the Christian and to the nation.
There are verses in the Bible that speak volumes if we just stop and meditate. This week we examine the story of Cain and Abel and how the way of Cain is still out there today.
Did you feast or did you fast last week when it comes to God’s Word? Did you partake in God’s Word or did you starve? The problem today is that a mass majority of Christians are starving to death.