Sermons tagged with ‘Spiritual Growth’

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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 […]

Enduring Spiritual Training – Hebrews 12:5-11

Enduring Spiritual Training 10 November 2019 AM – Hebrews 12:5-11 – Heb19 – Scott Childs Introduction: Read text. God’s chastening seems out of context here. As I pondered and prayed over why the apostle reminds these Jews of God’s chastening, I discovered that the word translated “chastening” (v.5) actually refers to the whole training and […]

Eye Protection – Psalm 101:3a

Eye Protection 21 July 2019 AM – Psalm 101:3a – Family – Scott Childs Introduction: My father on the farm became a fairly good welder. He taught me a little, but I never caught on. One thing I did learn is to protect my eyes around welding. The bright light can blind a person. The […]

Baptist Distinctives (5-8) – Galatians 6:6

Baptist Distinctives (5-8) 3 February 2019 AM – Galatians 6:6 – BaptDist19 – Scott Childs Introduction: Sadly, many Christians do not know what they believe nor why they believe it. In the last four sermons, we examined the first four Baptist Distinctives. The remaining four, we are going to combine and look at together. Transition: […]