Sermons on Spiritual Growth
Our calling is radical, at least, it is supposed to be. If we’re going to follow the steps of the master, it is radical!
One thing most American Christians are guilty of is being self-indulgent. We want the music, lighting, and sermon our way. We want air conditioning and heat for a comfortable worship experience, and we want cushions on our pews or chairs. Are any of these things necessary for the gospel? Do we need to practice a little self-denial?
While there is always room for growth in being a man, there is still a need for the men of a church to be strong. In this message we explore what a strong man is like.
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.
A strong and healthy church needs people who are morally and spiritually strong. On this Mother’s Day we will look at how the women of a church are to become strong.
Human beings, in general. tend to love the wrong things for the wrong reasons. We do so because we tend to be self-centered, self-seeking, and prideful. There is a different way to live…
As people who are following Jesus, we can sometimes have a bad attitude. Especially when the attitude is one of “better than” someone else. John addresses this as we continue to look at the reality of following Jesus.
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.
The Christian life is intended to be a focused life. If we desire to live a focused life we must determine to begin living a life that is characterized by service. Our example, Jesus, stated that this was the lifestyle that he chose…