Sermons tagged with ‘Encouragement’

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Miracle of Bread – 2 Kings 4.42-44

Elisha The Prophet of God Lesson 7 – Miracle of Bread 2Kings 4:42-44 Date: 29 July 2020 – Elisha20 1.         The Need a.          The setting of our story takes place in one of the locations where Elisha abode. He may have still been at Gilgal (v.38). It was likely at one of his schools for […]

Calming Advice – Ecclesiastes 5

Calming Advice 19 April 2020 AM – Ecclesiastes 5:1-20 – Ecc20 – Scott Childs Welcome: Welcome to our Sunday morning online church service. Prayer Introduction: In times of distress, pandemic, sadness, sickness or fear one of the best things we can receive is calming advice. Transition: In Ecclesiastes 5, God gives us four words of […]

Don’t be Discouraged! – Hebrews 10:19-25

Don’t Be Discouraged! 28 July 2019 AM – Hebrews 10:19-25 – Heb19 – Scott Childs Introduction: Someone once wrote, “There is not enough darkness in all the world to put out the light of one small candle.” What a great thought. When life’s troubles cover you like thick darkness, keep your spiritual candle burning. Transition: […]

Psalm 23:5-6

Psalm 23:5-6 26 August 2018 PM – Psalm 23:5-6 – Ps18 – Scott Childs Introduction: I have never raised a sheep, but we do have chickens. When they are discontented, they squawk and cry, but when they have food, water, and plenty of greens to eat, they are quiet and contented. Transition: In the last […]

Psalm 23:4

Psalm 23:4 19 August 2018 PM – Psalm 23:4 – Ps23 – Scott Childs Introduction: As a shepherd, there were times when David had to lead his sheep through a dangerous valley to a paddock on the other side. Transition: This evening as we walk with David through the treacherous valley, we will learn truths […]

Psalm 23:2-3

Psalm 23:2-3 12 August 2018 PM – Psalm 23:2-3 – Ps23 – Scott Childs Introduction: David’s many hours as a shepherd in his youth enabled him to portray a vivid picture of the Lord’s care for us. Transition: This evening let us take a walk with David on the paths of the paddock and listen […]