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Sermons from Diligence Applied Ministries
Diligence Applied Ministries
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Total Sermons: 23
In this message Pastor Jeremy addresses the Wiltsie Community Church regarding the resurrection of Lazarus. In this message we notice the correlation between the death and resurrection of Lazarus and the spiritual death and spiritual resurrection of our souls in salvation. We notice that we were dead, and while we were dead in our sins, Christ made us alive.
What does proper, effective evangelism look like? In the second chapter of the book of I Thessalonians the Apostle Paul commends the people for their work of faith, labor of love, and their witness to the world. In Chapter 2 he recalls the circumstances surrounding his coming to Thessalonica and the manner in which he came. In this message we learn that proper evangelism is Bold and Fearless, without Pretense, and it's hard work. (1 Thessalonians 2:1-8)
When we come to the Lords Table, we are embarking on an extremely serious endeavor. Too many people today flippantly come to the table not discerning the body and blood of Christ. In this message we learn that to come to the table is a very spiritual matter, only for those who believe in the death of Christ for the forgiveness of sins. Those who come to the table with the right heart, are strengthened, but those who come in an unworthy manner, are weakened, some even unto death.
In this message preached at Ivory Baptist Church Jeremy Lundmark examines one of the more controversial, and difficult passages of the Bible. In John 6 Jesus tells his disciples that unless they eat his flesh and drink his blood they cannot have life. In this message we are asked the question: Are we feasting on the flesh of Christ?
In the book of 1 Peter the Apostle reminds his readers that our salvation is neither obtained of ourselves nor maintained of ourselves. We are reminded that the source of our Joy is in our savior and our salvation. When we face trials, we need to remember that God has a purpose and will in time bring honor, glory, and praise to Jesus Christ our king.