Sermons from March 1998
Luke 16:19-31 Heaven and hell are real places, and everyone is on their way to one of the other. It is therefore of the utmost importance that we bring the Gospel to as many as possible, that they might avoid the latter and obtain the former. heaven, hell, evangelism
Psalm 34:8-14 Blessed Is the Man Who Trusts in the Lord.
Romans 12:2 If we are to know clearly what the will of God is, in order that we might give to Him a pleasing sacrifice, we must separate ourselves from the world’s influences and conform our thinking to His Word.
Psalm 34:1-7 Our hearts should continually be lifting praise to God for His wonderful mercies which He daily gives us. God’s daily preservation; praise to God
Romans 12:1 The only thing which you can reasonably give to the Lord in thankfulness for your salvation is your whole life as a continual offering of divine service. urgency; God’s mercies; devotedness to God
Mark 11:20-26 Your prayers will be answered by God if you pray from a believing and forgiving heart.
Luke 15:1-7 There is more rejoicing in heaven when one of His sheep is brought safely into the kingdom, than over ninety-nine who are already His. Christ cares for the lost; the purpose of the church.