Self-Control is Supernatural 20 October 2019 PM – Galatians 5:22-23 – Temperance – Scott Childs Introduction: Last week, we began this brief series on self-control. We identified the fact that we all struggle with self-control in one area or another. Paul wrote, (1 Corinthians 9:25-27) “And every man that striveth for the mastery is temperate […]
A Better Thing for Us 20 October 2019 AM – Hebrews 11:30-40 – Heb19 – Scott Childs Introduction: The entire eleventh chapter of Hebrews contains examples of men and women who had faith in God. By their faith in God, they pleased God. By their faith, they received many blessings from God. However, in the […]
Self-Control is Preparatory 13 October 2019 PM – 1 Corinthians 9:25 – Temperance – Scott Childs Introduction: Read text. The word temperance, as used in the Bible, refers more to self-control than it does to avoiding excess. When God tells us to be temperate, he is saying that we must control ourselves. Self-control is forcing […]
Moses’ Amazing Faith 13 October 2019 AM – Hebrews 11:23-29 – Heb19 – Scott Childs Introduction: Many consider Moses to be the greatest prophet in the Bible. During his 120-year life, he spent 40 years as a prince in the Egyptian palace, 40 years in the Midian desert as a shepherd, and 40 years communing […]
No notes for this sermon. Pastor Todd Curtis is visiting us. He is the pastor of the Burge Terrace Baptist Church, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
No notes today. Pastor Todd Curtis is the pastor of the Burge Terrace Baptist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana and is visiting with us today.
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Enhancing Our Worship 29 September 2019 PM – Psalm 100:5 – Ps100 – Scott Childs Introduction: As we have been studying Psalm 100, we have learned that worship is not just attending a service or saying a prayer. Recently, in a youth activity message, I taught the young people six questions to ask which help […]
Faith of the Patriarchs 29 September 2019 AM – Hebrews 11:17-22 – Heb19 – Scott Childs Introduction: One of the wisest things we can do in life is to learn from our forefathers. When we learn from them, we can avoid their mistakes and build on their qualities. Our text this morning mentions the first […]
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