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Today Is the Day of Salvation

Taken from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, this sermon seeks to persuade listeners not to waste a single moment more waiting to follow Christ.
On the Other Hand, I Am Filled with Power

In what spirit do you receive confessions from your Christian siblings? Do you ever judge them more or less harshly due to a different type of sin from what you've known personally? The playing field was leveled at the cross.
Another Sinner’s Prayer

Sermon: Walking With God; Spiritual Growth; Exodus 33:12
Use the Best to Stand the Test

Have you discovered your life's purpose? In a general sense, we know our mission is to know God and enjoy Him forever, but we have a specific ministry to which we are called while on this earth. What are you doing with your call?
Paul at Athens: Opportunities, Obstacles and Outcomes

Based on a sermon preached at Pine Creek Baptist Church, Lynchburg, Missouri. This is not an exact transcription.
The Aroma of Salvation

Sacrifice originally meant "set apart" and "made holy," rather than "something given up, forsaken." Are you a living sacrifice, a pleasant aroma, in your walk with God?
Church: Where God Sets the Lonely in a Family

Families are imperfect organisms, given that they are comprised of imperfect human beings; so it goes with church families.
Transformation from the Inside Out

In this exclusive for Preaching magazine, the author offers an object lesson from culture about how Chrisitianity should demonstrate transformation.
Walk by Faith to Get in the Best Shape

Humans always place their faith in something or someone. To be at our best, we must choose to exercise our faith and keep walking, stepping out and trusting God despite circumstances or consequences (2 Cor. 5:7).
How Does Forgiveness Work?

Forgiveness is a mystery all unto itself, but it does work miracles when extended to the recipient, as well as to the person who forgives.
Sermon: The Ground Is Level at the Foot of the Cross

Jesus Christ came to level the playing field; all are equal in His eyes. Nowhere is that more true than at the base of the cross where He bled and died for everyone.
The God Who Stoops

Grace is humble and forgiving; but above all, it gives us our lives back from a liar and thief who intends to destroy us.