Sermons tagged with ‘Reconciliation’

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Reaching Your Full Potential


Psalm 8. The most important question in life is, “What do you think of Christ?” The second most important question is found in verse 4 of Psalm 8, “What is man that you are mindful of him?” God’s answer asserts that He created us to have dominion, to be royalty. That was His intent but […]

The Positive Power of Conviction


I Kings 19:9-12. At the height of success and triumph Elijah was afraid and ran for his life.  The enemy had struck his blow. The story of Elijah is among other things our clarion call to be alert to the fact that some of our greatest battles as Christians come on the heals of some […]

Blessed Are The Peacemakers


5/29/11 (Video version edited for “O Worship the King” broadcast on KWHE TV) On Memorial Day weekend we are reminded that however heroic, and patriotic soldiers and sailors and pilots may be, war requires ghastly violence. This should compel us to engage in the hard work of peacekeeping, a message, reinforced in the Bible. In […]

Fruit That is Never Out of Season: Peace


6/24/07 “But the Spirit produces the fruit of… peace,…” Galatians 5:22 “Fools start fights everywhere; wise men try to keep the peace.” Proverbs 28:8; “Blessed are the peacemakers.” Matthew 5:9 When conflict occurs in a relationship how can you resolve it in a constructive, positive way? What does it mean to be a peacemaker? We […]

On Being Forgiven and Forgiving


9/27/09.  (Video version is edited for Words of Life broadcast)  But if we confess our sins, he will forgive our sins, because we can trust God to do what is right. He will cleanse us from all the wrongs we have done. I John 1:9 What does it mean to say, “I forgive you?” Fact […]

Christians in Conflict


11/29/09.  (Video version is edited for the “O Worship the King” broadcast.) Acts 15:36-41.  The church is like a hospital where sick people are supposed to get well. The sad thing about sick people and hospitals is not that there are sick people in the hospital, it’s that some sick people refuse treatment hospitals could provide. In […]