Most Amen'd Sermons on Sermon Cloud This Week
We all have bad days, we know this. Sometimes bad days turn into bad weeks, bad months or even bad years. When things like this happen, we need to turn to God's word for encouragement. That's the topic of this week's sermon, keeping our Christian life in perspective. Listen as we discuss Paul's way of dealing with troubled times.
Sometimes we don't agree with the outcome of an election, while others we're made happy by the choice made. Whatever you feel about this past election, as a Christian, you have a responsibility given by God. Paul addresses this topic in his letter to the Romans. Listen as we discuss a controversial topic that has real world implications.
When you stop and look at what the Church prioritizes, what do you see? Do you see a body that ministers to all, or only those who can "add something" to the Church? Tonight, we discuss Jesus' teaching about the children, and how they are an example to us all on who the Church should be reaching.
What is intolerance? Not, what does the world think it is, but what is it really? Today, we talk about this question and why believing that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven is simply not intolerant.
Whether you realize it or not, you are an example to someone. It might be a child, a friend, or a maturing christian, but someone is following your lead. While this can be hard to handle, it's true. Tonight, we discuss Paul's directions to the Corinthians on how to live a life that is unoffensive to others, and most importantly, pleasing to God.
Tonight, we look at a very difficult and controversial topic. It is one that has been asked by many people in many ways. Thankfully, God answers this question for us. We believe you should know why you believe what you believe, so listen to this one then study it on your own!
Seems like a simple question, but when was the last time you really thought about it? When was the last time you shared the Gospel with someone? Tonight, we look at three evidences John gives us to know that our faith is real. Maybe it's time to ask the question, do I really believe the Gospel? You can't share what you don't believe.
Have you ever stopped and thought about why we study the Old Testament? Most of it has "passed away", right? Maybe you don't like to study it because it's too confusing or you feel it no longer applies. We know, however, that the Old Testament Law is important and that it serves a purpose. We know because God said it was. Tonight, we discuss the purpose of the Law and how it applies to our "New Testament" lives.
There is a simple truth about salvation that many Christians would like to ignore, it is absolutely impossible for a person to place saving faith in Jesus Christ without a basic understanding and acceptance of the doctrines of Sin, Hell and Repentance. In short, we have to be willing to say "Repent" out lod.
Sharing the Gospel can sometimes be intimidating. Sharing the Gospel with someone who you know does not attend church can be just plain scary. Yet, we are told to share our faith. How then, do we do this effectively? Listen, as we discuss Paul's address on the Areopagus