Sermons on Prayer
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.
Evangelist Alton Beal reminds us that God allows storms in our lives to bring us closer to Him, and that is a beautiful thing.
Bro. Johnny Crowson preached about how we can live without worry as Christians.
Confession of sin is critical to the Christian who wants to live for God and to serve God. If we confess our sins, God is faithful and just, and He will forgive us of our sins.
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.
In preaching “Salvation by the Book” this morning we will finish looking on repentance, specifically: (1) Repentance and its role in salvation. (2) The works of God in someone before and after salvation.
The “Spirit’s Fire” is the state of heart and mind in the believer the Holy Spirit brings when that heart and mind is separated from sin, dead to self, and alive unto God. Do not quench the Spirit!
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.
We can rejoice in the many privileges we have as believers. We examine several of them in this message.
The state of California has declared war on the gospel of Christ. It is time we resolve anew our commitment and submission to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Christ of the gospel!