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Part 6 in FUEL HS Ministry's Simply Jesus Series. In relation to the Theater shooting in Colorado we walked through Luke 13:1-9 where Jesus addresses why things like that happen...
Proverbs 29:18 has often been preached with a completely different slant than what the original language reveals. This verse has a powerful truth for our nation, our churches and our homes. The proclamation of the Word of God has a big impact on the moral fiber of each of these entities and the failure to proclaim the Word or water down its message results in a "looseness" in the lives of its members. Godly Fathers in the home can make a major difference in the lives of their children when they apply the truth contained in this Proverb.
The first sermon in a new series covers God's call to Jonah, Jonah's flight from God, God's pursuit of Jonah, and the responses of the men on the ship.
Have you ever wondered how you know if you are hearing from God? Hear about the ways God speaks to us today.
As we wrap up our 3-week focus on the Bible's most famous verse, we deal with difficult realities - the eternal destiny of both those who believe (eternal life) and those who do not believe (God's wrath, hell, eternal punishment). While many would seek to avoid talking about such teachings, we would do so at our own peril and that of others. What does it mean to perish? And what does it mean to have eternal life? What are the implications for how we live today?
Exploring the wonder of the love of God that comes through Jesus Christ.
In Psalm 1, God describes the blessing that comes from delighting in His law.
Does the bible declare beyond any doubt that once a person has salvation, they are saved for sure? I believe God has spoken and I would like to give the evidence here in this short discourse.
Complacent Christians can become numbed with the pleasures and conveniences of this world. The Word of the Lord, through the prophet Joel, is applied in this sermon to the present-day believer who is not minding the work of the Lord as he should.