This is a brief clip from a sermon I preached on Psalm 2 at a men’s crisis center in Cleveland, Ohio. The title of the full message was 3 Reasons to Submit to God.
Patience: the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.
In this Psalm 51 sermon, you will learn how David repented after his adultery with Bathsheba and his murder of her husband. Here are 5 steps you can take if you want to be free after failure.
A Sermon on 2 Timothy 3:1-9
Title: How to Overcome Evil in the Last Days
The phrase “guard your heart” is often misunderstood in the Bible. So what does “guard your heart” actually mean?
The key Bible verse on guarding your heart is Proverbs 4:23 (NIV), “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” This is what we must do. But to accomplish this clear command to guard our hearts, we must first place Proverbs 4:23 in context.
How will God fulfill the promises he has made to you? While it is absolutely biblical that God will fulfill his promises to you through his power and through your faith in him, what is often overlooked is that God will also fulfill his promises to you in very practical ways as well.
When you are a Christian and you are having relationship issues, you want nothing more than for Jesus to intervene. Whether you are struggling in your dating relationship or marriage, whether you are in a season of unwanted singleness, or whether you are just utterly confused on what you are supposed to do with the desires you have for a Christian relationship, you need Jesus to intervene.