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Sermons from The Church @ St. Charles
The Church @ St. Charles
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Total Sermons: 47
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Why are you in church this morning? Why are you not in bed or on the soccer field? You turned aside to see God's glory. You are here to see the glory of God! And the reason we worship is that Jesus Christ, in the beginning, created all things and thru Jesus all things are. Man did not make up Jehovah God, Jehovah God created man. Jehovah God is self-revealing. Lord and Master. This means that we have no choice. He is Lord and we are His slaves (servants).
Do you speak properly and faithfully on God's name? Do you follow God's Word in Psalm 8 and speak majestically about our God? Some biblical examples of His Glory: "The heavens and earth are created by Your spoken word. Who is the King of Glory? You are my King. God sits on His Holy Throne, May the whole earth be filled with His Glory. Amen and Amen. There is none like You". All our words and actions have to be for His Glory, as He is our God and we are His people.
Do you have a habit of holiness? Or are you "holy" on Sundays and part of "water cooler conversations" the rest of the week? As God's people we need to have the habit of holiness at all times. Being saved means that you are changed. That the old person has died (to itself) and the new you has arrived. We, God's people, are often seen as hypocrites because we do not have the "habit of holiness".
Many do what is right in their own eyes, no matter what you say. This is a believer who is only out to satisfy the gratification of his/her own body. He/she is called a voluptuous wanderer. Practicing the sin of sensuality. And it will lead to wasted potential. And ultimately lead to (spiritual) death. If we fall into the trap of sensual desires, we remove ourselves from God. Because God never removes Himself from us.