Sermons categorized under Love
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We must love those we see, not those we don’t see.
Our hope doesn’t depend on the fickle sway of circumstances but on the solid rock called God.
If we live another day without the Holy Spirit’s control in our lives, we have only ourselves to blame. God has made himself fully available to us. Have we made ourselves fully available to him?
Part two of a sermon series “The seven last words of Christ”
You can be wrong about many things and still go to heaven.
But you can’t be wrong about Jesus and go to heaven.
The question is not "Can you?” but "Will you?”
Christ came to die! Nothing else explains his birth.
One of the first prayers I learned to pray was my bedtime prayer. I do not remember how old I was when I first learned it, but I know I was just a young boy. Over the years it has helped millions of children get ready for bed. You probably know it by heart: Now […]
If we will face the truth about ourselves, we can be set free.
If your God isn’t bigger than your problems, maybe you need to trade him in for the God of the Bible.