Most recent Sermons on Sermon Cloud All Time
Sermons about Blessings
NOTE: In this sermon Pastor Fred got over-exited and quoted scripture wrongly. He meant to say "get behind me Satan". Bethlehem is famous because of the birth of Jesus. We all know the story, but do we know the story of the Son of Man? Do you know that He alone is God? Do you know that He came to be in flesh, fully God and fully man, to go to the cross of the forgiveness of the sins of all? The more we know of Jesus, the more the world will be turned upside down.
A service of Thanksgiving. What are you thankful for?
This week, Lead Pastor Gaylon Clark teaches us that we should never put God on trial for allowing our sins because God is never the reason for evil. If we want to put God on trial, we should put him on trial for being good to us...because that's a case we can win!
The Mission Impossible Self Destruct Message often, if not always, ended with a message of good luck.Thankfully, God offers us more than good luck and gives us possible missions. To keep us from self destructing, God promises to be near, to be trustworthy, and to be capable of providing authentic joy and peace even in the midst of fear and heartbreak.
Our stewardship is not a matter of raising money for the budget, but is an opportunity to give back to God for all that he has done for us. When we give, we share in the joy of being a blessing to others for the sake of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Click on "WATCH" on the upper right-hand side of this page to view the video full screen.
1. What is the Apostle doing? Praising God 2. Why is the Apostle praising God? We are recipients of His blessing. 3. With what has God blessed us? Every spiritual blessing, benefit. 4. Where are these blessing to be found? In the heavenlies.
In Psalm 24, David asks God, “Who may ascend the mountain?” or how can we navigate the challenges of life to find victory? Everyone has a “hill” they are facing today. Join Worship Arts Pastor Kathleen Dieter in discovering how God specially equips His people for the journey to which He call us.