My Pastor gave me the assignment to teach Romans 1:16 during our Lord’s Day worship service. Hence, the following video is an exposition of Romans 1:14-19. Or you can download the Mp3 audio file here. Below this video, for your reference, I also provided a transcript. Though obviously I will not be teaching through the
I am thankful our Pastor allowed me (a layperson) to preach this Lord’s Day message. As it says in Chapter 26, Paragraph 11 of our Confession of Faith – Although it be incumbent on the bishops or pastors of the churches, to be instant in preaching the word, by way of office, yet the work
The sermon notes to this sermon, can be found below the embedded video. During the early church the book of Isaiah was known as the “fifth Gospel.” I could imagine how the Apostles used this book as their “gospel,” and how they lived out this message in their ministry. Though I’m not teaching thru the
This morning I preached from Romans 8:28-30. I appreciate the woman that told me to “Speak it loud!” One man raised his hand in the middle of my sermon. I’m glad I ignored him, I later learned he is a Hebrew Israelite. Usually they are very aggressive, but this one was somewhat reasonable. Many engaged in
Shortly after I arrived at this location, another street preacher whom I’ve never met before arrived. Normally when this occurs, the pulpit is claimed on a ‘first come first choice’ basis. But in this case, we shared the pulpit, each preaching for ten minutes. I shared one of my police shootings with this crowd. And
An excerpt from my sermon entitled “Preaching & Teaching a sermon @ the IRS & SUN Newspaper office.” It is unknown who coined that phrase, but I sure love it. Music ‘Half Remembered Dream’ by Hans Zimmer.
This expositional teaching of 1 John chapter 3:1-9 will include (but is not limited to), being impregnated with the Lords Incorruptible Seed (sperma), the born-again believers new identity, our hope for the Lords return, the Christians incompatibility with sin, the Greek transliterations that better explain sin in our life (and not in our life), another
Paul tells you what really happened at the cross. He then speaks of the condemnation of sin, the power of sin, and the evidences of salvation. He warns how many are led astray by sinners prayers, or decisions. Paul also talks about justification, regeneration, sanctification, and glorification. If you’d rather go to church to hear