There are many different outward expressions of love. One expression that is common through all cultures is the act of gift-giving. It is a thoughtful expression of ones feelings to take the time to find a gift that says I was thinking of you. God has given us a gift to demonstrate His steadfast loveContinue reading “Dwelling in Love”
This sermon was preached on the Wednesday before the 2021 New Year at Columbus First Christian Baptist church.
Sermon preached at Columbus First Christian Baptist on Sunday, December 20, 2020 for Christmas Sunday.
The turning point of all history hinges on three days. The crucifixion and resurrection are the greatest demonstrations of God’s love, holiness, and power. All of Christianity defines itself by these two events. The resurrection would not have happened if Jesus had not died on the cross but Christianity would be a hopeless religion ifContinue reading “Paul and the Resurrection of Christ”
Sermon preached December 13, 2020, for Advent at Columbus First Christian Baptist Church.
Sermon preached at Columbus First Christian Baptist on the second Sunday of Advent, 2020.
For many people it can be a dreadful thing for someone to borrow something from us. We are reluctant when somebody asks us and fearful that if the item is given that we will never see it again. We are anxious in awaiting its return to us, but what if that item was to serveContinue reading “Jesus Going to Jerusalem”
Many people today are looking for a fresh new start in their life. People will make new years resolutions, buy self-help books, take up a new hobby, and look to countless methods of bringing a newness and purpose into their existence. The sad truth is that many will quit and all will still be searchingContinue reading “The Breath of Jesus”
As inexperienced travelers into an unchartered and hazardous territory, it is a necessity to have somebody with us that knows what he or she are doing. Jesus knew that the disciples would be heading into the future without His physically abiding presence and that they would need continued guidance. The Holy Spirit was ready toContinue reading “Remember His Teachings”