Sermons on Nehemiah
We are called to be build walls based on God’s truth in our lives that separate us from sin and this world and secure us in our walk with God.
The wicked are in the business of forcing their way and ways into places they ought not to be welcome. You think today’s climate is something new? Try the time of Ezra and Nehemiah.
God has a great work for each of us to do. However, we face an enemy in Satan that seeks to stop our work. We need to be obedient to God and depend on God to pursue our work through the opposition of our enemy.
Behavior follows belief. What you believe will dictate how you will live your life. The key passages of this message are: Acts 19:15-20: (15) And the evil spirit answered and said, Jesus I know, and Paul I know; but who are ye? (16) And the man in whom the evil spirit was leaped on them, and overcame them, and prevailed against them, so that they fled out of that house…
Pastor Steve Kihlthau of Stockton Baptist Church preached a message about the importance of strong preaching and teaching in the church and the importance of being receptive to receiving the preaching and teaching in the church.
Dr. Mark Rausmussen of West Coast Baptist College preached a message on how God is looking for people to make a difference.
We need to focus on doing a great work for God. We also need to be aware that the enemy is always trying to get us off track when we are trying to do things for God.
Many Christians today believe that we are on the defense against Satan and his minions. However, according to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, we are on the offense!
Many distractions exist in our lives. However, we need to remember that our relationship with God is more important than anything else. Pastor Rodgers provides three things that we ought to do in our worship of God.
Deacon Roger Whiteside spoke about the history of Thanksgiving and how we should be thankful for what the Lord has done.