Sermon Audio and PowerPoint
Sunday Class: The Census of Israel
Morning: How Can I Be at Peace?
Evening: Developing Elders
Monday: Righteous Judgment
Tuesday: How to Stop Making Excuses (A Study of Daniel)
Wednesday: Who Is the Antichrist?
Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-56; John 6:15-21. The lesson in both miracles (Mark 4 and 6) is that when fear intersects our lives, only the Lord Jesus Christ can calm our fears and give us courage to overcome them (Col 1:27). ... Read more »
His name was Jackson. He was a fine old gentleman. He wore a Hoss Cartwright hat, sat on the second seat on the right hand side at the services, and was almost always there. He was a fine Bible student, ... Read more »
If we’re not careful, we can drop our guard and allow popular fashions and customs about clothing to pressure us into conforming to this world (Rom 12:1-2; 1 Tim 2:9-10). Today we’re going to align our thinking with the biblical ... Read more »
“IN LIKE MANNER that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefastness and sobriety; not with braided hair, and gold or pearls, or costly raiment; but (which becometh women professing godliness) through good works” (1 Tim 2:8–10). To adorn means ... Read more »
Wisdom is a common theme in the Bible. Since these references are so prevalent, it would do us well to examine some of the passages regarding wisdom. “Happy is the man who finds wisdom, and the man who gains understanding; ... Read more »
Text: Luke 9:10-17 Not having enough can be frightening until we remember the day Jesus fed 5,000 plus from a young man’s lunch basket. I. SETTING, MIRACLE, RESULT A. Hunger: 1. Pressing need. Unifying need. B. Bleakness: 1. Late hour. ... Read more »
Most of us won’t fully appreciate the following illustration from brother Turner, but we can try to imagine it, or remember some of the stories your dad and granddad used to tell. This article is about repentance and the humility ... Read more »
The English word “Easter” is found once in the KJV (Acts 12:4). The same Greek word pascha is properly translated “Passover” elsewhere in the KJV. The word “Easter” comes from the Old High German: Ostara, the Germanic goddess of spring ... Read more »
Next to Christmas, Easter Sunday is the most revered day on the calendar of what is called “Christendom.” With all of its symbolism, a mixture of mysticism and paganism, Easter dominates the spring as Christmas dominates the winter. Yet, the ... Read more »