Sermons

 

 
All Christians must believe in the resurrection of Jesus, and all Christians should also understand the importance of it. We should understand what happened when Jesus rose again. That’s why it’s important that we review and remind ourselves about what happened and why it’s so important. Read More ...
We have to prepare for eternity here and now, the sooner the better. We have to make reservations in heaven in order to have a place prepared for us. Jesus promises to prepare a heavenly home for us, but we have to repent of our sins and believe in Jesus in order to qualify for that eternal home. Read More ...
If you and I are like living letters, what are people reading? What is the message coming out of our lives? I trust that the letter give proof that the Spirit of God has written the Word of God on our hearts. Read More ...
All Christians have these privileges and obligations. Some Christians take up the task of Christian ministry as a vocation. I hope that some in this room will do that. But whether you are doing it as a vocation or as a volunteer, I trust that all of us will make use of the privileges of Christian ministry. Read More ...
It’s because of Christ’s presence in the church that church discipline is necessary. We must maintain the moral and doctrinal purity of the church. We must not tolerate in the church anything or anybody that would corrupt Christ’s church. The church operates in the presence/before the face of Christ, so we have to do things his way. Read More ...
If we want to avoid the sorrow and the grief that’s so common in so many churches, we’ll focus on God’s faithfulness, salvation through Christ, and the reliability of the Word of God, not on our disappointment with other people. Read More ...
When trivial issues become big issues, it’s usually because of a series of misunderstandings, and it usually begins with assumptions about someone’s motivations. We should assume the best about people and not blow things all out of proportion. Let trivial issues remain trivial. If we retain a critical, fault-finding attitude, it will damage our relationships and weaken the church. Read More ...
Our behavior should be characterized by confidence that we are doing the right thing, a clear conscience, sincerity, purity, not indulging the flesh but living by the grace of God, considering our testimony before others, and living consistently with the teachings of the Christian faith. If that’s true of your behavior, then you are conducting yourself correctly, no matter how others may criticize you. Read More ...
This is the second session from the Pastors' and Wives' retreat hosted at Liberty Baptist Church on Feb 21-22, 2022. Unfortunately, the recording of the first session failed, and the…
All of us should be available to comfort others in their times of afflictions. One of the great benefits of being a part of a local church is that we can expect others to be there to help us in our times of need. We can be the means God uses to bring comfort, aid, and encouragement into the lives of those who suffer. At the very least, we can help others through our prayers. Read More ...