Luke 13:1-5 In this message we will consider another question Jesus asks. This question deals with tragedy and suffering. I’ve preached on suffering many times. I heard of a lady who approached her pastor after he preached a sermon on suffering. She said, “Preacher, I never knew what suffering was until I heard your sermon. […]
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1 Kings 22:41–43; 2 Chronicles 17–20 Jehoshaphat was the fourth king of Judah and one of Judah’s better kings. He had his shortcomings and failures, but overall God’s estimation of Jehoshaphat was favorable. He basically followed in the ways of his father Asa, who was generally a good king most of his reign. What happens […]
Genesis 1:27; 2:18-25; Matthew 19:1-4; 1 Peter 3:7 I want to speak on “the Gender Gap.” Two reasons for this: 1) The current controversy—A “signs of the times” is the gender controversy. The world is mixing the sexes in a “gender-blender.” [“Non-binary” sex status. 1] God created men and women different (text). And what God […]
VIDEO PART ONE: PREACHED in TWO PARTS, June 5 and June 12, 2016 Matthew 16:1-4 (cf. Luke 12:54-56) What comes to your mind when you hear someone say, “It’s a sign of the times?” If you’re from my generation, you might think of a hit song in 1966 by Petula Clark—“It’s A Sign of the […]
Memorial Day Sermon Deuteronomy 4:9 We are all prone to forget—We forget names… where we put things… birthdays and anniversaries. Our memories often need to be prompted. [There is an “app” for that.} The Apostle Peter wrote, “Wherefore I will not be negligent to put you always in remembrance of these things… Yea, I think […]
Luke 11:1-8 [Question of True Friendship] This is a parable Jesus taught about prayer in answer to the disciples request in verse 1. We need to be taught to pray, because prayer isn’t natural. It is a supernatural act. The disciples are to be commended for wanting to learn more about prayer. Not many are […]
Acts 16:9-40 On this Mother’s Day we will look at a “working” Mom who got saved, named Lydia. She was the first convert in Europe—If you are of European descent, you owe a lot to Lydia! A very pretty name. But, how many women do you know named Lydia? Three significant conversions in Acts 16: Lydia […]
John 8:46 This question deals with “the sinlessness of Jesus.” By the sinlessness of Jesus we mean His absolute perfection… Holiness… and purity. The idea of a perfect and sinless man had never occurred to anyone— until Jesus came. It was a given that a sinless life was impossible because of man’s sin nature. The […]