Sermons tagged with ‘Prayer’

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Pray for Protection – Ephesians 6:18

Pray for Protection 27 May 2018 PM – Ephesians 6:18 – Armour18 – Scott Childs Introduction: Read Ephesians 6:10-18. Our spiritual armour includes wearing God’s promises about truth, righteousness, and peace. It includes hiding behind faith in God, wearing salvation’s benefits, and handling effectively the Bible – the Spirit’s sword. God follows this with a […]

Requirements for Prayer – Mark 11:20-26

Requirements for Prayer 4 February 2018 AM – Mark 11:20-26; 12-14 – Mr17 – Scott Childs Introduction: Read Mark 11:12-14 then Mark 11:20-26. On the day following His Triumphal Entry, Jesus returned to Jerusalem. On the way He saw a fig tree with leaves. Being hungry, He went to get a fig. Fig trees produce […]

Jesus’ Priorities – Mark 1:35-39

Jesus’ Priorities 21 May 2017 AM – Mark 1:35-39 – Mr17 – Scott Childs Introduction: A priority is something you do first because it is important to you. We all have priorities. What are your priorities? Jesus had two priorities that stand out in our text this morning. Transition: As we examine Jesus’ priorities, I […]

Tell it to Jesus – Mark 1:29-34

Tell it to Jesus! 7 May 2017 AM – Mark 1:29-34 – Mr17 – Scott Childs Purpose: The purpose of this sermon is to urge people to tell their burdens to Jesus in faith. Introduction: Read Mark 1:29-34. The words of the hymn “Tell it to Jesus” (Great Hymns 347) fit well with our scripture […]

Christian Duties – Colossians 4:2-6

Christian Duties 9 April 2017 PM – Colossians 4:2-6 – Col16 – Scott Childs Introduction: After speaking to wives, husbands, children, fathers, employees and employers of their need to be Word-filled to do their difficult tasks, Paul follows this with two important Christian duties. Transition: This evening we are going to learn what those duties […]

Praying for the Sick

Praying for the Sick 5 February 2017 AM – James 5:14-20 – Jas16 – Scott Childs Introduction: Our text today that concludes the book of James is one that has been interpreted in many different ways by sincere people. However, I believe there is a common link that connects these last seven verses together. By […]