Sermons on Obedience
When we choose to disobey God, we are faced with the response to that decision. The response of God, the response of other people, and our own response. Sadly, we often fail to realize the unintended consequences of our sin and our own response.
We love to make plans. Plans for vacations, weddings, and even retirement. However, when our plans include disobedience they are doomed to failure. We begin this series from the Book of Jonah looking at what deliberate disobedience looks like and why its a bad idea.
If we are to be able to make disciples of Jesus, we must first become disciples of Jesus. In this first lesson, we determine that as a disciple of Jesus, we are called to action.
God considers humanity to be most valuable among all of Creation. It must be so, because God sent His Son to die on our behalf. However, it seems like most people are ignorant of this, and are ignorant of God’s judgment that is also coming. Who is to warn humanity?
God is calling. Unfortunately, most people have an ingrained habit of ignoring calls when they aren’t familiar with the caller. It’s time for Christians to answer the call from God. P.S. Unfortunately, we don’t have the audio only portion of the sermon.
Here’s the last thing you need to know if you want to live a focused life; you’ve got to be a church member. No, I’m not talking about making sure your name is added to some list of members in a church. I’m talking about being a true church member…
Being invited to a party can be pretty exciting. Especially when the party is a mega-party, hosted by God. Well, we’ve been invited, and we’ve also been called to participate by delivering more invitations.
We exercise to keep our bodies healthy. We even use brain exercises to keep our minds healthy. So, why don’t we exercise our spiritual lives? Perhaps we don’t have the right attitude…
Spiritual growth is essential to ongoing spiritual health. Sine a church’s health depends on the health of the people in the church, we must strive to become a people who seek spiritual growth. Such growth only happens when we ensure that we are properly seeking the keys to growth. The first of these keys is understanding the partnerships that we are a part of…
Living the Christian life, our “walk,” isn’t really all that complicated.