Sermons tagged with ‘Spiritual Growth’

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Better Choice – Humility – Proverbs 16.19

Better Choice – Humility 25 October 2020 PM – Proverbs 16:19 – BC20 – Scott Childs Introduction: Consider some of the voices in our world. Appetite says, “Be sensuous, enjoy yourself.” Education says, “Be resourceful, expand yourself.” Materialism says, “Be satisfied, please yourself.” Psychology says, “Be confident, fulfil yourself.” Pride says, “Be superior, promote yourself.” […]

Doctrine for Young Women – Titus 2:4-5

Doctrine for Young Women 16 August 2020 AM – Titus 2:4-5 – Tit20 – Scott Childs Introduction: In Proverbs 7, Solomon described a woman that he called the strange woman. She was not weird. Her character was strange or foreign to God’s holy expectations. She did not live a moral, virtuous life. Sadly, many young […]

Remember Your Creator – Ecclesiastes 11-12

Remember Your Creator 31 May 2020 AM – Ecclesiastes 11-12 – Ecc20 – Scott Childs Welcome: Welcome to our Sunday morning online church service. Prayer Introduction: (George Wald in “Innovation and Biology,” Scientific American, Vol. 199, Sept. 1958, p. 100) “There are only two possibilities as to how life arose. One is spontaneous generation arising […]

Better Advice – Ecclesiastes 7

Better Advice 3 May 2020 AM – Ecclesiastes 7 – Ecc20 – Scott Childs Welcome: Welcome to our Sunday morning online church service. Prayer Introduction: Throughout the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon makes many contrasts using the words “better … than”. We have noted several already. However, here in chapter 7, he gives us a cluster […]

Take Your Stand – Hebrews 13:9-16

Take Your Stand 2 February 2020 AM – Hebrews 13:9-16 – Heb19 – Scott Childs Introduction: An old proverb states, “You cannot have your cake and eat it too.” In other words if you keep your cake, you cannot eat it. However, if you eat it you cannot keep it. You must make a choice. […]

The Conduct of a Fool – Proverbs 1:7

The Conduct of a Fool 19 January 2020 PM – Proverbs 1:7 – Fools – Scott Childs Introduction: Dwight Moody was preaching when someone passed a note to him through the usher. It had only one word: “Fool.” Moody looked at it and said, “I’ve often received notes that weren’t signed. This is the first […]