Sermons on Christian Living
It’s easy to reminisce on how God used to bless in the “old days.” But if we aren’t careful, our reminiscing can discourage the younger generation from going forward for God.
Sometimes we allow certain things to leave our lives because of our spiritual apathy. Learn how to combat that attitude.
We all go through periods of waiting in this Christian life, but how do we respond to them?
What is the responsibility, goal, and purpose of the church family? Are we equipping ourselves with what we need to stand firm in the day of adversity?
Jesus came to serve other, not to be served. Are you reflecting this attitude in your Christian life? Are you willing to serve the Lord and totally surrender to Him?
A biblical principle holds true throughout Scripture: God often does the impossible after all hope has faded.
Christian fathers are the priest, provider, and protector of their homes. As “priests,” godly fathers have a responsibility to set the spiritual tone in the home. They cannot save their children, but should do all they can to point them to the Savior, Jesus Christ.
Samson killed a lion with his bare hands and later discovered honey inside the lion’s carcass. Sometimes we go through difficult seasons and later discover the sweetness that came out of the battle.
From the outside looking in, the children of Israel in Ezekiel’s day looked very religious. But God was not pleased with their superficial worship. Find out why in this sermon.
David’s Psalm of Repentance gives us a pattern to show us how to restore our fellowship with God.