Sermons by Daniel Cowger
Daniel Cowger teaches in Romans chapter 9 in our verse-by-verse study of the Book of Romans.
In our summer study of the Book of Romans, Daniel Cowger teaches through a truly uplifting passage of Scripture, Romans 8:1-11.
Because sin entered the world through the fall, all of humanity has been negatively affected; some physically, some emotionally, but all of us spiritually. People need a work of God in their lives. We all need to have our eyes opened.
Have you ever found yourself worrying about the future? In this portion of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus tells us that we are not supposed to be anxious about tomorrow.
Have you ever had a gift so special you did not know how to respond? In our continued teaching of the epistle to the Ephesians, Paul switches gears from who we are in Christ to how we walk in light of the unbelievable gift God has given us in Christ.
The apostles have a crown on their minds, but Jesus had a cross on His. Christ teaches us that service is true greatness. Serve out of gratitude for what He has done.
We should be motivated for the lost and motivated by our new life. We should be motivated to be Jesus ambassador.
We have a great hope in Gods promises. We have a great hope in Him. Now, a call for action. Be different as your God is different.
Some times we focus too much on the material of this world when eternity lay before us. The rich farmer planned for his wealth, but he was wearing dead mans boots.