The Gospel of Mark (Ch. 5-6)
After joining the Bedford Baptist Church of Bedford, England, in 1654, Bunyan began preaching in nearby villages. The compilation of 26 public sermons contained in No Room in the Inn is aimed at guiding the Christian in both faith and life. The premier Biblical study tool for preachers and teachers. In July of 1832, a city-wide fast was observed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We are surrounded by change, not only in the church but everywhere.
The Gospel of Mark (Ch. 10-11)
A master of clarity in communication and sympathy with his audience, he was also considered to be one of the foremost American pastors during the last half of the nineteenth century. A meditation in preparation for a celebration of the Lord’s Supper. (10/24/04) Children’s Sabbath at First Presbyterian, a day we set aside to specifically consider the needs of, not only our little ones, but little ones wherever they might be. (8/11/96) With our national attention still drawn to the recently completed Atlanta Olympics, our thoughts focus on the discipline necessary to achieve success at such a high level. Paul Presbyterian approaches its 40th birthday, we consider just what it means to be a “grown-up” Church. , (1/28/07) The Old Testament lesson this week introduces us to one of scripture’s fascinating characters, Jeremiah the prophet. Crack rapidly accelerating destruction of families 3. THE APOSTLES’ CREED: “MAKER OF HEAVEN AND EARTH” (7/8/07) This is one of the sermons in the series on the Apostles’ Creed found in the book, As We Believe, So We Behave.
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Sermons Bearing on Subjects of the Day
You may need to temporarily disable your antivirus/firewall programs to activate over the internet. Dwight Lyman Moody (1837â1899) was born in Northfield, Massachusetts. This collection is based on 12 sermons delivered in the 1930s at Moody Memorial Church, which were originally heard by more than 3,000 individuals. You should disable these programs only if Libronix is not able to connect during the activation process. Longing for a true revival of Godâs work, but with no experimental or even theoretical knowledge of how to go to work to promote such a revival.Â This text also includes the chapters âThe Holy Spirit in a Revival,â âThe Place of Prayer in a Revival,â and a series of sermons condensed into outline form.
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An invitation to dinner…From the Lord of all the universe!!! What about the two-talent servant, the one in the middle? The Preaching Library provides both, week-in and week-out. . Listen to it: “We are bound to give thanks to God for you . . . Be a part of the family of God.” Within the shadow of skyscrapers, There stands the downtown church, A beacon of light that gives New hope to those in search Of something more deep and lasting Than what the skyscrapers give. [For the inspiration and comfort Folks need these days to live] Whenever a stranger walks the streets, Who is burdened down with care, If he will enter that downtown church, He can find refuge there. [“The Downtown Church,” Pat Vardell] Could I add, he can find victory there, find Jesus there, find salvation there, find deliverance there, find strength there.
The Unchanging Christ and Other Sermons
Beth Israel Medical Center needs volunteers to assist in its AIDS program.Â Three times in that church bulletin, about AIDS. The sermons include: Hugh Latimer (1487â1555) was born in a farming community in Thurcaston, Leicestershire, England. We gather for what has become an annual rite of spring, the celebration of God’s wonderful cosmic “joke” on sin and evil in the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. , (8/31/03) The lectionary texts this week offer an intriguing juxtaposition as we encounter a steamy love poem from the Song of Songs matched with Jesus’ concern for having religious profession and practice coalesce in Mark 7. The response to the message was not exactly overwhelming. (10/28/01) A sermon for Reformation Sunday looking at the life of Martin Luther and the contributions he made to the faith we share today. (2/24/08) The 3rd Sunday in Lent. “Atonement” is the title of a popular new film nominated for an Academy Award as Best Picture of the Year, but the word itself has incredible importance in Christian theology as well. (7/12/09) This week Presbyterian and Reformed churches around the world are celebrating the 500th birthday (July 10) of our “Father in the Faith,” John Calvin. And that is surely biblical. (7/23/2000) If you have ever wondered about the incredible tensions in the Middle East, today’s lesson lays out the background.