When trials come in life—as they certainly will—the most important question is, “How will this change my relationship with God?” This sermon examines seven issues we need to take to God in times of trial. These issues will not only help us survive the trial, but come out on the other side with a closer relationship than ever with Him.
When God brought the people of Israel out of Egypt, He gave them a pillar of cloud and fire to lead and guide them, and as proof that He never abandons His people.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is often referred to as the greatest miracle. During the Feast of U.B. it is good to reflect on that miracle. But from the perspective of a human being, there is another miracle that could be called the greatest - conversion.
Revelation 10 describes a day when there will be "time no more" (KJV). What is the purpose in prophecy? What does it mean for us today?
We have more free time than ever before. How do we use it? How would God have us use our leisure time?
The blessing of repenance is a gift that comes from God. The "Sorrow of Repentance" addresses the depth and fullness of our personal repentance.
Evangelical Christianity warns of a future cosmic courtroom where Christians will be judged. Is that what Scripture really says? Eternal judgment is one of the fundamental doctrines of Hebrews 6. Is it something to be feared? Can judgment be positive? And how will we judge angels?
Teaching our children is probably the most essential aspect of childrearing. This sermon focuses on why it is so important, godly principles of teaching, and practical application. The handout mentioned is available upon request from Clyde Kilough.
Christians are told that their calling is holy and should be seen as being summoned to a work and a duty. Like those before us, we are called from something, for something, and to something. Are we keeping that calling before us? Are we courageously answering God's call to greatness?