Sermons on Faithfulness
Sermon text: Numbers 14:8-9 Every great endeavor for the Lord begins with someone submitting to God’s directives. Joshua and Caleb are great examples of this. The situation on the ground was daunting. The odds were long. But they trusted that the Lord would lead them. This was all they needed to know. The same is true for us. If the Lord leads in a direction, He will give us the resources to bring His plan to completion.
Sermon text: Psalm 37:3-6 In the previous message we looked at some of the craziness of the world in which we live. In this message we investigate some of the factors of the fortress to which we may run for solace. David, in trying to encourage the victims of the Babylonian captivity, shares what are to do rather than fretting about the evil-doers prospering.
Sermon text: 2 Timothy 3:1-17 As we are most aware of the craziness that is our world today, it helps to be able to put it into Biblical perspective. That is just what we try to do here. We first take a look some of the root characteristics of our current society in some depth and then turn to see the direction we need to head, the focus we need to have. We, also, point out the results of each.