'evangelism' Tagged Sermons

'evangelism' Tagged Sermons

We are a Sign on Earth

Many Christians desire a “ministry” in their lives and miss the point about what we’re actually doing here. Elijah was an ordinary man who knew the privilege of talking to God. We are afforded that same privilege and God wants to use our lives, our circumstances, our faith, to show the world around us how very real He is. We’re called to live a life that people can read…

Healing the Blind & the Lame

We’re in an hour when the Church can’t afford to get it’s eyes off the eternal. We no longer have the time to become entangled in earthly squabbles. If ever the light of Jesus needed to shine, it is now. If we’re going to take the message of salvation to the world, our vessels must be clean. Jesus will cleanse this temple that we are if we want Him more than we want the…

An Epistle in Our Heart

When the truth is written in us, it’s not only in our life, but in the lives of the people we encounter who will read that epistle. Paul loved the people in Corinth into important decisions. Led them on a path at the end of which was a righteous God. The way through to victory is not to find out what’s sin and not do it – it’s about the blood, confession and repentance -…

We’ve Got The Power

The church has forgotten that in the covenant is the Tree of Life. This tree isn’t for us because as believers we will never die. The Tree is for those around us who are dying in their sins. When we were washed in the blood, there was enough blood to cover all our sins for our entire life with some left over to give away. The church needs to return to fearing God, living…

Numbering Our Days

The events that are going on around us and the demands on our time press us to choose between the material world we live in and the realities of eternal choices. God is bringing all of our hearts into a place of decision about what we want to do with Him. When we assign a number to our days we maintain a sense of where we are on the timeline and a motivation to hold to…

Representation of God

We either represent or misrepresent Christ in the lives we live out in front of others every day. Sin separates us from the very power that makes us sons. Jesus is our example of perfect obedience – obedience so perfect He could enter the Pool of Bethesda and heal only one person when everyone in there had to be crying out for His touch. We have the power to become sons -…

Carriers of Bread and Water

The Amonites and the Moabites were not allowed to assemble with the people of God forever because they refused food and water to the children of God while they were in the wilderness. In Matthew 25, Jesus talks about the things that will separate us from Him forever if we don’t take heed – oil, talent and “the least of these”. We are held accountable to be mindful of and…