"love" Tagged Sermons
Sermon #6 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 13. Sermon Title: From Sighing to Singing Sermon In a Sentence: “When God delays and you feel abandoned, pour out your heart to Him, trust in His unfailing love, and allow your troubled sigh to turn to thankful song.”
Sermon #7 in the series “Lessons from the Upper Room” – “Sermon Title: Friendship with Jesus” Scripture: John 15:12-17. Sermon In a Sentence: “Those who are friends of Jesus love His friends, obey His commandments, understand His truth, and bear fruit for His kingdom.”
Title: “Love is a Battle” Sermon in a Sentence: “In a constant war that is being waged by the enemy on our families we must remember that we are called to love as we have been loved and it is out of that love that we will overcome the battle in our hearts to win our families and show grace to our neighbors.”
Sermon #37 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 10:13-16): Title: “Jesus Loves the Little Children” Sermon in a Sentence: By welcoming and blessing little children, Jesus demonstrates that the kingdom of God belongs to the weak, helpless, and dependent who cannot earn their salvation, but rather, receive it by simple faith as an undeserved gift.
Sermon #17 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 5:1-20): Title: Jesus Calms the Chaotic Life of a Demoniac – “Jesus can take a life that is broken and make it whole again, giving it new purpose and meaning.”
(Ephesians 3:14-21): Title: More, more, more… – ” God wants to give you more of what you need most, but you must want it, ask for it, and believe that He is able to do abundantly exceedingly above all that you can fathom.”
Christmas 2016 – Joyful giving is the result of following God’s greatest example of giving and of knowing that God promises to bless the giver.
As believers, we have the responsibility and duty to engage in synergistic relationships with other brothers and sisters committed to advancing the truth of the gospel and bringing glory to the name of Jesus Christ.
As believers who have received the fullness of God’s salvation through Christ, we must live obedient lives that are characterized by simultaneously walking in truth and in love.
Those who have experienced the new birth into the family of God will love their brothers and sisters, obey their Father’s commands, and claim victory over the world through their faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Sermon #12 in the series “The Epistles of John” – Because God is love and because we are the recipients of His love, the plain duty of Christians is to love one another.
Sermon #9 from the series: “The Epistles of John” (Scripture Reference: 1 John 3:10-18). Sermon in Sentence – “Unlike the world who follows the example of Cain and his father the devil by giving evidence of spiritual death through hatred and murder, true children of God follow the example of Christ by loving others self-sacrificially, thereby giving evidence of eternal life.”