This mornings sermon is from Devotional Sermons by George H. Morrison. It is a continuation of our theme from last night on the consequences of greed. There was a certain rich man, which was clothed in purple and fine linen, and fared sumptuously every day — Luke16:14 The Passion Was the Same Our Lord had … Continue reading The Rich Man and Lazarus
There are certain portions of scripture that fascinate me - or maybe they puzzle me - either way I find myself drawn back to them over and over again, praying to the Father to reveal more insights to me, to make it all come clear. The passage in Revelation about the Two Witnesses is one … Continue reading Can I Get A Witness, Or Two?
Fear - it has the power to grip us in it's grasp, tormenting and toying with us, making us beg and plead for an end to the suffering; but that is only if we let it! If we forget who we belong to, who already paid our price for us and has ransomed us and … Continue reading Rejoice In Him
God's ways never cease to amaze me. The way He works revealing Himself to those who seek Him, it is incredible. For example during my Scripture study time this morning I increasing felt His presence as I came to know Him more. Everything lined up and fit together perfectly even though I am currently all … Continue reading I AM…
I love the story from shortly after He rose of the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. It's such a beautiful, comforting, and hope filled. It starts with two broken hearted disciples mourning their Lord's death as they travel, soon they meet up with another traveler who questions why they are so sad. They … Continue reading Recognizing Jesus On The Road
Last night I said I wanted to talk about the different characters we learn about in the crucifixion story. Judas, Peter, the thief, and the centurion they all have a story to tell. Maybe one of these stories is similar to your own, I know I can relate to all of them in some way. … Continue reading Regret, Remorse, Repentance – HOPE
Nibiru, Planet X, The Great Red Dragon - I'll pick them back up next week, but now I feel led to discuss something more relevant, more important, - Jesus Christ. Our Lord and Savior was crucified today nearly 2,000 years ago. I know most folks will say what? Haven't you heard of Good Friday? What … Continue reading It Is Finished