God’s love for us is everlasting and unfailing. No matter what we do. No matter how we look. No matter who we are. God still loves us.
It’s okay for us to plan for the unknown, but in this sermon we learn that we must include God in our plans. Sometimes God’s Will can clash with our plans. We must be flexible and also consult with God about our plans and ask for His protection and grace.
In this sermon, we learn why it’s important to have the Holy Spirit in our day to day lives. Each one of us has a special gift from God. But, it requires us to plug in to God and allowing His Holy Spirit to live in us.
Do you have doubts about your salvation? In this sermon, we learn why it is not enough. We must always be on guard against Satan’s attacks by staying connected to God, His Word, and the Holy Spirit. We also must be willing to help those who are “the least among us.”
In this sermon, we learn that – for the rest of our lives – God is going to test us. During these lessons, we need to go to God and ask Him to help us learn the lesson he’s giving us so that we can get out of the wilderness.
We must repent if we are doing things that we know is not pleasing to God. On this sermon, we learn why we need to ask God for forgiveness when we sin and the consequences of not doing so.
Do you hear a call from God and you are unsure? Are you concerned that you don’t have the tools to accomplish what God has called on you to do? In this sermon, we learned that God has a calling on all of us. He has also prepared us to do whatever it is we are called to do (it’s not always to preach).
In this sermon, we learn that God is preparing us for the plan that he has for our lives. He has placed something in us that’s ready to manifest. We learn that He has orchestrated things to happen in our lives for a purpose.
In this sermon, we learn how important it is to express love. We also get an understanding of how to show Biblical, Christ-like love towards others.
In this sermon, we learn, through the story of Mordecai, that God has called us to do things for Him. But it’s up to us to trust Him and do what He says.
What are we supposed to do when we’re waiting on the Lord to work on something marvelous in our lives? In this message, we learn what we are suppose to do while we wait on God to work in our lives.
We need to learn how to let Jesus take control over our lives. In this sermon, we learn that Jesus is already in control of everything else. Regardless of how bad things seem in our lives and in the world, God is in control. All we need to do is surrender to His son, Jesus, and allow the Holy Spirit to guide us.
In this sermon, we review His resurrection and we learn that we must learn how to rise above our circumstances. We can learn from Jesus to not let something that seems tough from keeping us from fulfilling God’s Will and purpose for our lives.
We learn how God provides for us in our everyday lives, as well as, His methods of protection. We also learn that we must also trust God that He will provide for us and protect us at all times.
God is a God of order. In this sermon, we learn that – first and foremost – God is the head. Then, we learn where other church leaders are in the chain of command. It’s also important that we understand that in order for us to be leaders of anything, it’s essential for us learn how to be good followers.
Satan’s mission is to prey on those who are weak in the Spirit. In this final entry of a series breaking down the Lord’s Prayer, we learn more about who Satan is and how we can defeat him with God help. God’s power is immense and infinite. He has the power to deliver you from any of Satan’s attacks on your life. Just trust and believe in Him. He will work it out!
In this follow up of a previous sermon, we’re show other examples in the Bible that mirror what’s been going on today. Also, we learn that just like God did in Biblical times, He will do it for us now. And because of all of those things and more, we ought to thank God no matter what.
Many horrible things happened in 2020. But, non of this is new to God. In this message for Watch Meeting 2020, we learn that regardless of all of this sickness, death, turmoil, hatred – God is still good. God will still take care of you. …and for that, we need to tell the Lord “thank you.”
In this continuation of the “We You Pray” series, which deconstructs the Lord’s Prayer, we focus on verse 11. We learn how this verse really asks for God to use us to do His will and give his “daily bread.”
In this follow up message in the When You Pray series, we get an understanding of what that line in the model prayer is about. Some of the things we learn are how to treat others as we live here on Earth, how difficult circumstances are used to empower us through Christ, and why it’s important to spread the Gospel.
Many Christians walk around exclaiming that “their God is awesome” and that “they believe God can do anything.” But, how many of us really believe that God can do ANYTHING? There’s more to believing that God can work in our lives than just saying that we believe. We have to wholeheartedly believe that God can do anything. Anything, but fail. Take this challenge and try Him today.
Have you heard God's voice? Can you recognized God's voice? Can you tell the difference between His voice and God's voice? God's very unique voice is so special that His voice speaks directly into your spirit. In this message, we learn how to listen to God's voice...
What makes a great church? Is it a nice large building? Is it how much money it raises, or how many members it has? As guest speaker for New St. James' 150th Anniversary, Rev. Chanson Newborn delivers a message that says that non of those things make a great church....
Have you noticed that things aren't working out like you thought they were? Are you at a point in your life that things are so bad that you could just break down and cry? Life can be so tough and hard that it can make us lose hope and faith in God. But, we have to...