Sermons by Donnie Johnson
We should remember two things whenever we’re going through difficulties in life: First: God is good. Second: God has a plan. Nowhere are those truths more obvious than in the Bible story of Joseph. Today Pastor Donnie shows Joseph’s meteoric ascension from a prison cell to the Pharoah’s court in a single day.
Do you tend to run toward or away from God when suffering comes into your life? Pastor Donnie looks at how God was with Joseph during his many trials and suffering as a slave in Egypt, and though Joseph couldn’t have known the specifics of how God would bring good out of terrible circumstances, He did … and God always will bring good out of suffering for His children.
“God Meant it For Good.” These words come from the powerful story of Joseph recorded in the Book of Genesis, the focus of our new Sunday series. Pastor Donnie introduces Joseph and begins to address some of life’s biggest questions like “Where is God when we are suffering?”
Pastor Donnie finishes our verse-by-verse study of the Book of Romans by teaching through chapter 16.
The word “hope” is repeated many times by the Apostle Paul in Romans 15:8-33, and here Pastor Donnie unpacks what is meant there, and how desperately our world today needs the hope that only God can provide.
Pastor Donnie teaches through Romans 14:1-15:7.
How are Christians to regard human governments and authorities? Pastor Donnie teaches through Romans 13:1-14 where the Apostle Paul answers that question.
If you had to sum up what Jesus has done for us in one word, what would it be, asks Pastor Donnie Johnson? His favorite one-word response is “love,” and the kind of love the Apostle Paul describes in Romans 12:9 as “genuine love.” What does that look like and how can we express that?
After 11 chapters of discussion about what Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross means to the world and believers, in Romans chapter 12 the apostle Paul tells us what the proper response to that sacrifice should be for believers.
Is God done with Israel? By no means, says the Apostle Paul in Romans 11.
Pastor Donnie continues his verse-by-verse study of the Book of Romans, picking it up at Romans 7:13.
Jesus fulfilled the law and the prophets, so what do we do with the law today? Pastor Donnie takes a look at what the Apostle Paul had to say about that in Romans 7:1-13.