Sermons on Job
Sam Brock of Camp Ironwood talks about how we need to enjoy the season of life that we find ourselves in now.
Trouble will inevitably come into our lives. This sermon takes a look at why trouble comes and what we can do to respond to it.
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.
Pastor Rodgers gives insight into the ongoing spiritual warfare by reviewing the Book of Job and tips on how to overcome people who try to bring us down.
We must come to the reality that there is nothing like the gospel of Christ and there is no one like the Christ of the gospel.
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.
The calls of Scripture are everywhere. God calls out to the nations, to the believer, to everyone, including you. How will you respond to God’s calling to you? The key passages of this message are: Jeremiah 33:3: Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not. Matthew 19:16-17, 27-29: (16) And, behold, one came…
We continue our series titled “A Man Called Peter” with a focus on 1 Peter 2:13-25. We need to respond rightly because of the world we are in.
In every way, life without Christ is a tragedy, but there is…hope!! The Lord is seeking to take people from tragedy to triumph.
Evangelist Dr. S.M. Davis of Solve Family Problems preached a message about the importance of receiving godly counsel and giving godly counsel.