Sermon Take Away: Trust

Scripture: Proverbs Chapter 3 Trust is a word that is spoken often when it comes to turning things over to God. For believers, it is a natural fluent response to challenging situations and problems. Trust comes up everyday. But do we know what it means to trust in God? How deep does trust go? T refers to truth. In order to have trust in someone you have to know truth. You have to know something about the person whom you trust in. God and Christ are truth. It is through them that all things were created and given life. “I … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Trust

Sermon Take Away: We Shall All Be Changed

Scripture: I Corinthians 15:50-58 The intriguing study of the book of Revelation gives a glimpse of the glorious new Jerusalem. A city filled with peace and harmony. The exuberant power of God’s love will be in his people who shall receive the gift of eternal life. At the end of life’s journey, by his grace, we shall all be changed to live in the eternal presence of God our Father and Jesus our Savior. Revelation 22 gives very descriptive details of the righteous people with God. Now we are faced with all kinds of challenges. Many believers deal with struggles … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: We Shall All Be Changed

Sermon Take Away: Don’t You Want To Go?

Scripture: Revelations 21; Hebrews 11:10 From the very beginning of creation, God intended that man live in peace and joy. But when evil entered into the heart of man, he was subjected to a life of confusion and sorrow. God’s love for man is so great that he sent his only begotten son, Jesus Christ to save us. It is through Christ, we become the sons of God. In our present life, we must pray for continual safety and thank God for all of his provisions. It is so good to know that God is Supreme, that he remains in … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Don’t You Want To Go?

Sermon Take Away: A Glass Half Full

Scripture: Romans 12:12; I Timothy 1:1; Philippians 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always, again I say rejoice. This is a scripture of hope and excitement of the Lord. We are encouraged to rejoice through the ups and downs. When we rejoice in the Lord always, we sustain a continuous hope in the will of the Lord. The rhetorical expression a glass half full is to have an optimistic opinion about an outcome. In Christ we have every reasons to look forward to his will in us. A glass half empty gives reference to being pessimistic. A person who is pessimistic … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: A Glass Half Full

Sermon Take Away: The Battle is the Lord’s

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

Sermon Take Away: Teach Us How To Pray

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

Sermon Take Away: Stay on Board

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

Sermon Take Away: Love Lifted Me

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

Sermon Take Away: No Scoreboard

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

Sermon Take Away: Heart Transplant

Scripture: Ezekiel 11:19; John 3:1-21 “And I will give them one heart, and I will put a new spirit within you; and I will take the stony heart out of their flesh, and give them an heart of flesh.” Man was born in sin. A change is needed to clean man of the unrighteousness that separates him from God Almighty. This incredible change begins when man receives a heart transplant. A heart transplant is required to rid us of the behaviors that separate us from God. The bible gives many refences to the heart of man. It is not the … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Heart Transplant

Sermon Take Away: I Must Tell Jesus

Scripture: Luke 18:1-14 In Jesus Christ, we have so much freedom and opportunities to reach the throne of our heavenly Father. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” In Christ, we understand the need to pray. Our prayer life is extremely important. Prayer is when we exercise our faith that we trust in God. Prayer is when we acknowledge that God is supreme. He is above all things. I must tell Jesus. There should always be an urgency to pray. When we pray, there is a willingness to take everything to him. We need … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I Must Tell Jesus

Sermon Take Away: God Is Your Peace

Scripture: John 16:33; Psalm 34:14; Numbers 6:22-27 What does peace do to our mind and body? It is a feeling of contentment. Deep down you know that everything and everyone will be okay. It is something that we ask for everyday. The word of God is peace. It is given to guide us to peace that we will trust in God. His peace is obtainable. We all need peace. There will be less trouble, hatred and all things that are contrary to the love of God and Christ. Activities such as yoga and exercise do not give peace. Peace is … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: God Is Your Peace

Sermon Take Away: Look and Live

Scripture: Luke 19:1-10; Exodus 22:1 “And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.” While on the cross, many had their eyes on Jesus. Many had heard about his authoritative teachings in the temple. That he had kept company will the poor and the sick, people that were rejected by the higher class people. Jesus had a divine mission to fulfill. To seek and save that which was lost. When we Look & Live, we see Jesus in all his power and glory. In him, there is forgiveness of sins and the gift … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Look and Live

Sermon Take Away: Make a Way to See Christ

Scripture: Luke 19:1-10; Exodus 22:1 Jesus Christ came to seek and save that which is lost. In this scripture, he was passing through Jericho. In his travels from city to city, he taught, healed and encouraged many people. His name and his miraculous works were spoken of throughout the regions. “And Jesus returned in the power of the Spirit into Galilee: and there went out a fame of him through all the region round about.”(Luke 4:14) There was a man named Zaccheus. He was a publican, short in stature. He wanted to see Jesus for himself and could not because … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Make a Way to See Christ

Sermon Take Away: Something About the Name of Jesus

Scripture: Acts 3:1-10 The magnitude of God’s love came in the person of Jesus Christ. Man needed an everlasting redemption to have eternal peace, love, and joy in the splendor of heaven. The sacrificial systems that were established in the Old Testament were sanction for that time. But our omniscient God had a much better plan for man. The life of Christ remans one of the most interesting and inspiring stories. How can one man save the whole world? Only by the power of his Father. The same Father, who created all things. Jesus was born, he was crucified and … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Something About the Name of Jesus

Sermon Take Away: Little Made Much

Scriptures: Mark 12:41-44; Philippians 4:6-8 There is no better view to be in than in the eyes of our heavenly Father and our blessed Savior. The cross of Christ is our constant reminder of their love for us. Jesus has given us so much in the inspired word of God. In the gospel chapter of Mark, the people were in the temple giving their offerings. Jesus watched as the people gave. His watch is not like the leaders at that time or even the leaders of our time. Many of the givers were rich. He made note of a poor … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Little Made Much

Sermon Take Away: I’m Grateful

Scriptures: Psalm 8 Our God is a good! His mercies fail us not. He is awesome. He is worthy of our praises. Testimonies are good for all. In our testimonies, we acknowledge that God is supreme. He is over our lives. Do we take enough time to tell him what he means to us. What about reasons of to say “I’m Grateful”. It is a very good thing to take more time to think about the blessings of God. There are so many until it is possible at times, to get overwhelmed with day to day happenings. Psalm 8 is … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I’m Grateful

Sermon Take Away: A War Going On

Scriptures: I Samuel 17:38-51; Ephesians 6:10-18 Since the fall of Adam, there has been a force to destroy the perfect creations of God.  This force to destroy came from one of the most cherished angels in heaven, Lucifer. In the book of Samuel, David fought Goliath, the giant Philistine.  David did not like the negative message and his defiant words about the living God. The Philistines were enemies of Israel. Saul had given David the weaponry to fight.  But David had not proved those weapons.  He was familiar with simple forms of weapons being raised a shepherd boy.  David took his … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: A War Going On

Honor to Where Honor is Due

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