Sermons on John
Matthew 7:24-27Psalm 1:1-4John 15:1-11
John 14:1-3Romans 8:18-25Colossians 3:1-4 Heaven gives us perspective about any troubles we may face today Heaven helps us think correctly about our time and possessions Heaven helps us to have our focus in the right place
Matthew 6:13 Our spiritual life should be a part of our prayer life Be prepared for trials and temptation Ephesians 6:12-13 3. Jesus offers leadership and deliverance John 16:33
Matthew 6:11 Remember that prayer is about more than our needs Every good thing in our life is a gift Life is best lived one day at a time Matthew 6:25-34Philippians 4:6-7John 6:31-35
John 5:24-26John 5:39-40John 4:13-14John 10:10
Psalm 23 He guides us He provides for us He saves us John 10:10-16Isaiah 53:4-8
1 Samuel 18:1-161 Samuel 14:61 Samuel 20:14-15, 421 Samuel 23:15-18 3 Marks of True Friendship1. Selflessness2. Loyalty3. Authenticity John 15:12-17
Gathering to worship with the church is a practice that helps us to abide in Christ. The church is a “who” far more than it is a “where.” People are worshipers by nature; they don’t choose whether they will worship, they can only decide who or what to worship. The church gathers to worship God together.
Bible Reading Jeremiah 15:16Matthew 4:42 Timothy 3:16-17Hebrews 4:12John 17:17
We all have things in our life that we would like to go back and redo or reset. We don’t always get that chance though. Jesus fives us the opportunity, not to go back and reset, but at least to have a clean slate.
There are certain things in life that people face with a fair amount of skepticism; things like getting a letter saying you have inherited 1 million dollars. In Christianity, one such event that receives a lot of skepticism is the resurrection. Here, we explore the resurrection and reasons why it should be believed.
The most significant death for the Christian is the death of Christ. Unknowingly, every one involved in the death of Jesus was a part of Scripture being fulfilled.