Sermons by Scott Childs (AM)

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Eagerly Awaiting – Romans 8:18-25

Eagerly Awaiting 10 April 2022 AM – Romans 8:18-25 – Ro2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: When two young people are in love and are engaged to be married, they eagerly await the special day of their wedding. They count the days and the hours until they say, “I do.” They dream about the occasion. They […]

No Condemning Sentence – Romans 8:1-11

No Condemning Sentence 20 March 2022 AM – Romans 8:1-11 – Ro2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: Dr David Thomason wisely observed. “Romans 6 presents the possibility of victorious living, while Romans 7 presents the human impossibility of victorious Christian living, then Romans 8 presents what happens when God is in the picture! Romans 7 is […]

What did Jesus say about Love? Matthew 22:34-40

What did Jesus say about love? 13 March 2022 AM – Matthew 22:34-40 – Love – Scott Childs Introduction: Read Matthew 22:34-40. Without oil doors squeak, engines freeze up, massages sting, skin cracks, drawers stick, bike chains skip, and hair clippers will not cut. The lubrication of oil is invaluable. Similarly, God’s love acts as […]

Duties during Distress – 1Thes 5:11

Duties during Distress 6 March 2022 AM – 1 Thessalonians 5:11 – Stress – Scott Childs Introduction: Right now, our world is in distress. Ukraine is under attack by Russia. Every Christian in Ukraine is in distress. Floods over East are doing great damage. Covid is still threatening lives. Morality is crumbling. Our freedoms are […]

The Permanence of Marriage – Rom 7:1-6

The Permanence of Marriage 13 February 2022 AM – Romans 7:1-6 – Ro2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: We use illustrations to make things clearer and easier to understand. The best illustrations use things that the hearer clearly understands. They help him grasp something he does not understand. For example, if you have never eaten a […]

Changing Masters – Romans 6:14-23

Changing Masters 6 February 2022 AM – Romans 6:14-23 – Ro2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: John Newton’s epitaph reads: John Newton, clerk, once an infidel and libertine, a servant of slaves in Africa, was by the rich mercy of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, preserved, restored, pardoned, and appointed to preach the faith he […]