This Mother’s Day sermon discusses Proverbs 31 and the description of a Woman of Noble Character. Preached at Faith Bible Church on May 14, 2017.
The celebration of the bread and cup of communion is in part, a time for believers to regularly reflect on their lives and to remember all that the Lord did for us on Calvary. Here are three specific reasons why this is important.
Atheists point to suffering as evidence that God does not exist. But only the Bible provides a reasonable and sensible answer to the question of suffering. The Bible offers hope, something that atheism cannot offer.
The book of Acts begins with an assertion that the Gospel message is based on “many convincing proofs” of Christ’s resurrection. Learn four of those convincing proofs that provide assurance of the resurrection of Jesus.
Do all religions teach the same thing? This sermon examines the unique claims of Gospel and the historical reality of the life of Jesus
Skeptics ask, Did Jesus Really Exist? Discover the biblical and historical that supports the gospel account of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
Christians should know what the Bible says about Creation and the reasons why belief in the biblical account is both scientifically plausible and intellectually reasonable.
Guilt can rule your life. Psychology tells you “forgive yourself,” but there is something much more powerful than self forgiveness. It occurs when we contemplate the complete depth of God’s forgiveness.
Conformed or Transformed? Avoid conformity to the world’s standards by knowing and living the Word of God in your life.
2 Corinthians 3 reminds us that spiritual warfare requires training. To prepare for the fight, we must engage in these three activities.
Christians are challenged to examine their lives so that we are not living in captivity to the ideas of the culture.
Learn the four predominant philosophies in the world system that take our thoughts captive and lead us astray from the Truth found in Jesus Christ.
We are engaged in a spiritual battle and we must use the spiritual armor of God if we are to win.
Christians must maintain an Eternal Perspective on this earthly life in order to maintain a biblical world view.
The New year brings hope and optimism that things will be better this year. It’s an opportunity for a fresh start.
Jesus is the logos of God, demonstrating four truths of what it meant when Jesus became one of us.
Our relationships in the family and at work are each given one simple command to follow.
Living for Jesus involves putting off sinful behavior and putting on the Christ-like attitudes of selfless love for others.
To stay faithful to Christ and not be carried away captive, Christians are instructed to conduct their lives according to the New Nature that they possess through Christ.
Keeping your focus on Spiritual things is the only way to avoid becoming a spiritual casualty.