May 7, 2017
Nehemiah 3-There is a Place at the Wall for You
"Nehemiah 3-There is a Place at the Wall for You" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.
  1.     The Wall begins when leaders lift the first bricks.  (Nehemiah 3:1,12,19)
  2. Leadership sets the example by being the first to lift a "brick".
  3. Leadership continues to motivate other by staying with the building  effort.

 

  1.     The wall is built when everyone takes their place at the wall.  

         (Nehemiah 3:1-32)

  1. There is a place at the wall for all of us.
  2. Wall building doesn't require special training.

 

III.     The wall is built when we willingly do whatever it takes to complete the  the job.  (Nehemiah 3:1-32)

  1. The wall goes up when we build for His glory.
  2. The Lord records and rewards our every effort.
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  • May 7, 2017Nehemiah 3-There is a Place at the Wall for You
    May 7, 2017
    Nehemiah 3-There is a Place at the Wall for You
    "Nehemiah 3-There is a Place at the Wall for You" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.
    1.     The Wall begins when leaders lift the first bricks.  (Nehemiah 3:1,12,19)
    2. Leadership sets the example by being the first to lift a "brick".
    3. Leadership continues to motivate other by staying with the building  effort.

     

    1.     The wall is built when everyone takes their place at the wall.  

             (Nehemiah 3:1-32)

    1. There is a place at the wall for all of us.
    2. Wall building doesn't require special training.

     

    III.     The wall is built when we willingly do whatever it takes to complete the  the job.  (Nehemiah 3:1-32)

    1. The wall goes up when we build for His glory.
    2. The Lord records and rewards our every effort.
  • Apr 30, 2017Nehemiah 2 – The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
    Apr 30, 2017
    Nehemiah 2 – The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
    "Nehemiah 2 - The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly" by My Recording.
    1.     God's good hand is on us as we take hold of the opportunity before us.   (Nehemiah 2:1-8)
    2. God has given us the opportunity to "go for it."
    3. He will supply all our needs to "go for" His good works if we ask!
    4.     God's good hand is on us to change the ugly conditions when we formulate  a clear vision.  (Nehemiah 2:9-16)
    5. A clear vision first requires a thoughtful and prayerful evaluation of  conditions.
    6. A thoughtful and prayerful evaluation allows the formulation of a clear  vision.

    III.    God's good hand will protect us from the bad and empower us to rise-up  to build.   (Nehemiah 2:17-20)

    1. We are moved to rise-up and build when a clear vision is before us  and His hand is on us.
    2. God blocks out the bad element around us and among us when we  rise-up to build.
  • Apr 23, 2017Nehemiah 1 – To Build A Wall
    Apr 23, 2017
    Nehemiah 1 – To Build A Wall
    "Nehemiah 1 - To Build A Wall" by My Recording.
    1.     Christ's involvement in the present situation begins with our awareness.    (Nehemiah 1:1-3)

     

    1. God's leading-edge people are aware of present conditions.
    2. Those aware of adverse conditions have an open door to advance Christ's cause.

     

    1.     Christ's involvement in the present situation depends upon our signing up and surrendering to Him.  (Nehemiah 1:4-11)

     

    1. Christ's cause is advanced when those who are aware sign-up to serve.
    2. Those signing up first surrender to Him.
  • Apr 16, 2017Acts 1 1-11 and Ps 110 – He Has Risen Where Is He Now_03
    Apr 16, 2017
    Acts 1 1-11 and Ps 110 – He Has Risen Where Is He Now_03
    "Acts 1 1-11 and Ps 110 - He Has Risen Where Is He Now_03" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.
    1.     (He has Risen!)  Jesus' resurrection is the best established event of  human history.  (Acts 1:1-8)
    2. Jesus appeared to numerous people after His resurrection.
    3. Jesus presented Himself alive after His crucifixion by many decisive  proofs.
    4. Jesus spent time teaching His apostles and others over a period of  forty days after His resurrection.
    5.     (Where is HE now?)   Jesus' ascension was the inauguration of His eternal reign and heavenly ministry.    (Acts 1:9-11)
    6. He ascended for His Coronation as King forever.
    7. His ascension was the beginning of His heavenly ministry.
    8. His second coming will establish His Kingdom on earth (and every- where else) as it is in heaven.
  • Apr 9, 2017Mark 14 17-25 – The Everlasting Celebration
    Apr 9, 2017
    Mark 14 17-25 – The Everlasting Celebration
    "Mark 14 17-25 - The Everlasting Celebration" by My Recording.

    I.     The table of the Lord reminds us of HIM while we are in this world.    (Mark 14:17-24)

     

            A.  The bread is His Body given for us and to us.

            B.  The cup is His blood poured out for us.

     

    II.     The table of the Lord reassures us of HIS invitation and promise to sit  down with HIM at HIS table in the Kingdom of God. (Mark 14:25 and Revelation 19:7-9)

             A.  At His table in this world He is present with us.

             B.  At His table in the Kingdom of God we will be present with Him.

  • Apr 2, 2017Luke 9 51-62 – I Have Decided To Follow Jesus
    Apr 2, 2017
    Luke 9 51-62 – I Have Decided To Follow Jesus

    I.     Following Jesus is having no earthly home.   (Luke 9:57-58)

           A.  Before following Him consider the COST.

           B.  Christ's disciples have no permanent residence.

    II.    Following Jesus takes precedence over all family considerations.

            (Luke 9:59-60)

           A.  Christ knows our present situation when He calls us.

           B.  His call to follow Him takes priority over all family obligations and traditions.   

    III.   Following Jesus is disregarding all earthly distractions to focus totally on Him.   (Luke 9:61-62)

           A.  Past connections can be distractions to following Him.

           B.  Distractions if not abandoned can divert a disciple from Christ's way.

  • Mar 26, 2017Romans 8 31-39 – Who_01
    Mar 26, 2017
    Romans 8 31-39 – Who_01
    "Romans 8 31-39 - Who_01" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    I.    Who can accuse us before God, if HE is on our side.  (Romans 8:31-34)

           A.  Who can accuse us, we are God's elect, declared righteous by HIM.

           B.  Who can condemn us, Christ died for us.

    II.    Who can separate us from God's love if we are in HIS Son.

            (Romans 8:35-39)

            A.  The trials and tribulations of this world can't separate us from the  love of Christ.

             B.  The conditions and powers of the creation can't separate us from the  love of God in Christ Jesus.

  • Mar 19, 2017Romans 8 26-30 – The Five
    Mar 19, 2017
    Romans 8 26-30 – The Five
    "Romans 8 26-30 - The Five" by My Recording.

     

    I.    The Holy Spirit puts the broken pieces of our lives in the Father's hand  when we pray.   (Romans 8:26-27)

     

           A.  The Holy Spirit who knows our hearts helps us when we pray.

       

       B.  God The Father who knows the desires of our hearts responds to the intercession of the Holy Spirit.

     

    II.     The Father is taking all that touches our lives and is weaving them together  for our good and His glory.   (Romans 8:28-30)

     

            A.  God is working all that is involved in our lives for our good.

         

       B.  All He is working together for our good is accomplishing His purpose. 

  • Mar 12, 2017Romans 8 18-25 – Future Shock
    Mar 12, 2017
    Romans 8 18-25 – Future Shock
    "Romans 8 18-25 - Future Shock" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    I.     Christ's future evaporates the gloom of present sufferings.

            (Romans 8:18)

      A.  Christ's future puts a golden edge on suffering.

      B.  Present suffering is not comparable to future glory.

    II.     Christ's future gives meaning to the present creation.  (Romans 8:19-22)

      A.  Creation anxiously awaits our appearing.

      B.  Creation will reach completion at our appearing.

    III,    Christ's future enables us to endure the suffering that hammers at life.   (Romans 8:23-25)

       A.  Our view of the future moves us to groan longingly in the present.

       B.  Our hope in God's tomorrow enables us to endure suffering while  living today.  (Hebrews 11:1)

     
  • Mar 5, 2017Romans 8 12 – 17 – Abba
    Mar 5, 2017
    Romans 8 12 – 17 – Abba
    1.     Spirit directed living reveals us as sons and daughters of God.

            (Romans 8:12-14)  (CF. II Corinthians 6:18)

    1. To live according to the flesh is death.
    2. To put to death the practices of the body is to live.
    3. To be led by the Spirit of God reveals us as sons and daughters of God.

     

    1.     Spirit directed praying to God as "Father" assures us that we are sons and daughters of God.   (Romans 8:15-17)  (CF.  II Corinthians 6:18)
    2. The Spirit we have received impresses us with our privilege position, that of being the sons and daughters of God.
    3. Calling God "Father" is the privilege for only those who are His children.
    4. Those who are His children are His heirs.