In this sermon, we study from Nehemiah chapter 9 to learn more about our Father in heaven.
Our study comes from Acts 18:1-8. Paul wrote two letters to the Corinthians that we have in the New Testament. Acts 18 provides us with how it all began for those in Corinth. We see the power of the gospel through the souls who were saved.
We read about a king in Daniel 4. This king had a heart problem. He was a man full of pride. The Bible says so much about pride, the danger of it, and how we can avoid it.
The book of Acts gives us many examples of people who were converted to Christ. This study comes from Acts 16, where Paul had a vision of a man who said, “Come over and help us.”
I love the book of Nehemiah. Many may be familiar with the first half of the book, where Nehemiah and the Israelite rebuilt the wall of Jerusalem. But what happened in the second half of the book? Listen and find out!
I have done sermons encouraging young people about making wise choices. Sometimes, children will make poor choices. But what about parents? As a parent, I have made plenty of mistakes already. How are children to respond when their parents make mistakes?
This study is about a beautiful woman who is often overlooked. She had great faith! I won’t tell you who she is. You will have to listen! Okay, fine. One hint: Her name starts with an E.
As Christians, we must stand with Christ. Yet, sometimes that can be challenging. Especially, when God’s word stands in conflict with what so many others may believe, or want to believe, including ourselves. Which side of the fence will we be on? Let’s stand with God, the right side.
Children are often taught stories from the Old Testament. The book of Judges is one that many children learn about. But this book is not just a book for young people. It’s a book for all of us. Listen to find out why as we study about a man named Gideon.