March 15, 2020
Samson, though gifted for God's purpose, he lost sight of his mission. The good news is that after some losses, he realized it and did the Lord's will.
March 8, 2020
Forgiven a debt he could not pay, Philemon is now positioned to forgive someone else. We need to realize forgiveness should be freely given on our parts as well.
March 1, 2020
We too leave a footprint. May we faithfully follow the Lord, leaving footprints that point in the right direction.
February 23, 2020
Our view is so different from God's. He sees us as children who desperately need the Father's grace and guidance through life. He loved Judah. He loves us. His ways are not our ways. His ways are higher than ours.
February 16, 2020
This sermon points out a few of the ways in which Joseph pictures Jesus. He was the beloved of his father. Our Lord is the Great Shepherd while Joseph was a shepherd as well. He was strategically placed in a position to save his family. Though hated by his family, he still sought them out. What his brothers intended for evil, God used for good.
February 9, 2020
Reuben, the first born, had so much potential, but it was not to be so. May we honor Him with what He has provided for us.
February 2, 2020
Noah was moved to act by the Word of God. May we also be moved to believe, encourage, pray, and sacrifice.
January 26, 2020
In the course of life a crisis comes along you didn’t anticipate - a storm. Storms are never designed to destroy us. They are always designed to teach us. We can trust the Lord in the face of danger, demons, disease and finally death.
January 19, 2020
God does the choosing. God does the changing. God does the cleansing.
January 12, 2020
We like Abraham are here in an earthly tent. We can certainly relate to his experiences. We are pilgrims for whom God's promises secure our faith.