Sermons from June 2000

Be Content with What You Have

Hebrews 13:5-6 As we near the end of the book of Hebrews we are encouraged to be content with God’s promises in order to avoid greed. We look at the following questions: * How do our hearts influence our actions? * How should Christians deal with money? * Why do peopl

Sheep in the Midst of Wolves

Matthew 10:16-23 As Jesus sends out his disciples, he warns them of the struggle that is ahead. In this sermon we look at what awaits the disciples and all who would follow them in spreading the Gospel. We look at the following questions: * How are unbelievers like Wolv

Let Marriage Be Honorable Among All

Hebrews 13:4 As we continue through the book of Hebrews we look at the following questions: * How does God view marriage? Is it a good thing or has God just given it to us because of our weakness? * Does God desire us to marry or to remain unmarried? * How is marria

The Danger of Rejecting the Gospel

Matthew 10:15 As we continue to look at the book of Matthew and, in particular, the instructions that Jesus gives to his disciples as He sends them out to preach the Gospel, we see that Jesus does not expect that all men will gladly accept the news which the disciples

Remember the Prisoners

Hebrews 13:3 In this sermon we are encouraged to help our Christian brothers who are being persecuted because of their association with Christ. We are reminded that all Christians are part of the same body. As with our human bodies, when one part suffers the whole bo