Sermons on Dealing With Sin
Our culture is battling our God. Psalm 11 reminds us to keep our focus on God who provides us an indestructible foundation.
Last week we looked at Joshua 1:8 and the promises contained in that verse. Just like Joshua 1:8, Psalm 1 contains an astounding promise for any believer that will take serious His God and His Word.
Tonight we look at spirit-led patience. The key passage of this message is: 2 Peter 1:3-6: (3) According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue: (4) Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these ye might be partakers of the…
Just like Christ, we ought to have one focus: change the world-change their world. For the believer that focus-that change-comes from the wisdom and instruction found in the Bible. The work ahead of us will falter and fail if we don’t put the primacy of the Word of God in our lives.
We either change the world or we are changed by the world.
In this message, we look to the very truth that when Christ Jesus came, He changed YOUR world.
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.
What we will seek to begin to do this day is keep the biblical perspective with the greatest story, the greatest need this world has ever experienced.
God reveals things to us in His Word. Those who fear the Lord listen and those who fear the Lord spake one to another.
Evangelist Alton Beal tells us that the greatest things in life are not possible to obtain without humility in your life.