Most recent Sermons on Sermon Cloud All Time
Sermons about Shepherd
The final stanza of Psalm 23 is packed with promises for people like us who live in the tension of this beautiful and broken world. David celebrates God's pursuing love - His covenant faithfulness - and delights himself in the knowledge that God is for him. Because of Jesus, our perfect King, we, too, and live in the reality of knowing God is for us in all things, even when our circumstances and our fears seem to tell us otherwise.
Fee – Fi-Foe-Fight, I want the blood of an Israelite. Do you recognize these words? This is my translation of Goliath’s words to Israel in 1 Samuel. It is a beloved story, known by many. Goliath challenges the nation of Israel and David, a young boy accepts the challenge to fight to the death.
Which character in the Christmas Story are you? Herod Seeking Christ for Personal gain Scribe Seeking Christian Philosophy Shepherd Perchance encounter with Christ Magi Planned encounter with Christ
Is it possible that we can walk through life feeling confident that The Lord is our Shepherd? Feeling confident that we can be safe in His arms? This weekend we explore what it means to have faith, rather than fear.
Part of FUEL HSM's Simply Jesus Series on John 10 - Jesus as the Good Shepherd
When we talk about "man's best friend," we usually think of what? Dogs. When Jesus talked about us, he used the metaphor of sheep. In that case, mankind's best friend is the Good Shepherd, Jesus. This message looks at some of the ways Jesus talks about Him being our Shepherd.
Join guest speaker, Victor Sholar, Pastor at Main Street Baptist Church in Lexington as he preaches the word of God from Psalm 23.
Our deepest desire is to be fully known and loved at the same time. In the third of our four-week series on "The Good Shepherd", Pastor Jeremy shows us that Jesus knows us with 1) A Personal Love, 2) An Eternal Love, 3) A Uniting Love, and 4) A Costly Love. Please excuse the static throughout the recording.
In this, the second of our four week series on "The Good Shepherd", we see Jesus answering three vital questions about the nature of salvation: 1)Why do we need to be saved? 2)What does it mean to be saved? and 3)How does Jesus save us?