Scripture: I Samuel 17; Ephesians 6:10-18 We are never alone. It is not by our own strength that we overcome. These are times when the love of many has waxed cold and the enemy pursues to influence evil. Through all that life will bring we must embrace the fact that all of our strength and our present help comes from God the Almighty. People of faith know to pray and to seek God first. In I Samuel 17, David refused to let any man determine who he was or his capabilities. He was willing to take the stand that The … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: The Battle is the Lord’s
Scripture: Luke 11:1; Matthew 6:9-13 Prayer is an instantaneous way to talk to God. When we pray, we acknowledge that God is above us in all things. We acknowledge our need for his attention in our lives. When we pray, we acknowledge his Supreme presence in the earth. The disciples knew that praying was essential- how we pray, what we pray for, when we pray, where we pray. They had witnessed that John the Baptist taught his disciples how to pray. The disciples of Christ asked him to teach them how to pray. Jesus came to be an example of … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Teach Us How To Pray
Scripture: Acts 27; Psalm 46 We have seasons of severe storms, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes. These natural weather events can create widespread destruction in lives. People lose their lives, properties are destroyed and daily activities are disrupted. Even though these weather events may be predicted, no one knows the degree in which they will destroy. In the book of Acts, Luke recorded the journey of Paul through the tempestuous wind storm, Euroclydon. Paul had warned the ship leader and Julius the centurion, who was assigned to his care, of the storm. Folks would rather listen to some one who may … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Stay on Board
Scripture: I John 4; Luke 8:20; Galatians 2:20 What is love? What is the result of love? God’s love. He cares how you feel. He has a profound interest in you. The love of God is unconditional. His mercies endureth forever. His love is pure, righteous, and deep. Our sinful nature and ways do not diminish his love for us. It is his will that we would turn from sin and love him with all of our being. The Apostle John wrote an epistle of love. In it God is the focal message of what love is. “God is love.” … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Love Lifted Me
Scripture: Matthew 18:21-35 The disciples were taught by the greatest teacher, Jesus Christ. He taught them how to love the Father. In their love for the Father, he explained to them how we must love one another. We can’t set parameters when it comes to love. Christ did not. He showed us love when he died on the cross. Peter asked Jesus one of the most profound questions of the human race. Jesus responded with one of the most difficult answers to do without the help of his Spirit. The question was asked how oft shall my brother sin against … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: No Scoreboard
Thief in the night – What does it mean? “For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.” I Thessalonians 5:2 Paul described the day of the Lord as a thief … Continue reading The Second Coming of Christ
Scripture: Acts 12: 4-19 Today’s sermon focused on prayer and the power of prayer. When you pray, it does change things. When you believe in the power of God, he has the control of making things happen in your life. We all have different levels of faith but it’s okay especially when we place all our trust in Jesus. We pray to ask God for something, or to seek his help and guidance, or just to tell him thank you. Praying is an important way to communicate with our mighty God. Remember God wants to dwell with us physically and … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Prayer Changes Things
Scripture: Revelation 4:1-11 Our message today comes from the book of prophecies given by God to Apostle John the Revelator on the Isle of Patmos. The enemy had tried to shut up John in prison, but God still used this situation to give him what we know as today as Revelation. God had revealed himself to John in a great vision to show us today that even right now in the midst of a viral pandemic, God is still on the Throne. He has not gone anywhere nor has he forsaken us. While we go through trials, uncertainties, discouragement, worry, … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: God is On The Throne
Gracefully she walks to the podium With her bible in her hand Her mind focused and ready Her heart strong and steady The Word implanted in her soul Like an eagle waiting to sore Standing at the altar Wearing the whole armor of God She feeds everyone the bread of life With Jesus as her guide (Continued…) Written by Sister LeQuita C. Harrison Please visit the rest of our website. God Bless You! Continue reading Honor to Where Honor is Due
Memory Verse: Luke 11:28 – “But he saith, Yea, rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it.” God loved us so much that he gave us his Law of Love. His Law is a reflection … Continue reading God’s Law of Love
Memory Verse: (John 15:5) “I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abided in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit; for without me ye can do nothing.” Jesus used parables to convey a … Continue reading A Christian’s Source of Power
“Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.”- Philippians 2:9-11, KJV The Path of Righteousness Church in Christ has a Twitter Account: PathtoJesus1 Follow Us and Be Blessed! Continue reading Philippians 2:9-11…
P-eace And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint (Luke 18:1). Prayer brings natural and spiritual peace. When you’re placing your trust in God you are increasing your … Continue reading QA: What is the Power of Prayer?
God gives man the ability to choose because he is God. He is love and his very nature is not one of force. He wants us to choose wisely, while asking for his divine guidance. Yes, man chooses his … Continue reading QA: Why does God give Man the Ability to Choose? Can a Man Choose his own Destiny of Eternal Life or Damnation?
B.I.B.L.E: BASIC INSTRUCTION BEFORE LEAVING EARTH Memory Verse: (Psalm 119:105)– “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” WHY YOU NEED A SAVIOR Memory Verse: (I Timothy 1:15)- This is a faithful saying, worthy … Continue reading Sabbath School Lessons List
Satan is the evil mastermind behind all that is contrary to love nature of God. In the bible, there are many names to identify him. He is known as: the devil (Revelation 20:13) Satan (Luke 10:18, Revelation 12:9) adversary … Continue reading QA: What are the Many Names of Satan?
The controversy between good and evil began in heaven. It is between Jesus and Satan. Satan, who was named Lucifer in heaven, was an anointed angel. He rebelled against God when he desired to be exalted above God. Lucifer was … Continue reading QA: What is the Controversy between Good and Evil?
Jesus is the Son of God sent to Earth to save the humans from their sins. He was planted into a virgin woman, birthed into the land of iniquity, grew into a man of no sin, a new creation of … Continue reading QA: Who is Jesus?