Taken from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, this sermon seeks to persuade listeners not to waste a single moment more waiting to follow Christ.
Select a category
Select a book
People in the pulpit have a certain authority. From where does this authority originate, and how should it be carried out in the life of the church?
It's long been known that humans want a god they can control, thereby usurping God's identity.
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?
Based on a sermon preached at Pilot Knob Baptist Church, Belle, Mo., in April 2007.
Each one of us must run our own spiritual race for the prize that is Christ who waits before us.
Have you ever considered what you fear most? Most would say public speaking, but perhaps in broader terms, it's the matters of life and death themselves.
Love is more than a feeling, an emotion triggered by attraction. Love is work done internally and expressed outwardly in a self-sacrificing manner.
There's a reason why people say, "It's Greek to me," when they don't understand something, so don't impose too much Greek language on your listeners when you're in the pulpit.
Life adds up to nothing-zed, zero, zilch-if we have not love.