Sermons categorized under Predestination
- Attributes of God
- Bible Characters
- Conflict and Confrontation
- Death and Dying
- Death of Christ
- Divorce & Remarriage
- Heaven & Hell
- Life of Christ
- Noah's Ark
- Power of the Holy Spirit
- Resurrection of Christ
- Spiritual Growth
- Spiritual Leadership
- Ten Commandments
The question is not "Can you?” but "Will you?”
Nothing is ever wasted. Everything “fits” somewhere.
God accomplishes his purposes for us even when we are clueless about the big picture.
Knowledge alone will not save us and knowledge alone will certainly not change us. You’ve got to do something with the
knowledge you have.
The plateaus of life make us deeper, stronger, tougher and more resilient. If you’re on a plateau right now, give thanks to God because it’s part of his plan to make you more like Jesus.
We can preach the gospel and we can pray. Satan will do all he can to keep the lost blind and confused so they cannot “see” the gospel. Only God can lift the veil and speak the words that will bring light to those who walk in darkness.
We approach the Lord’s Prayer with humility, saying with the first disciples, “Lord, teach us to pray.” Through prayer we journey from wherever we are on earth to the very heart of God.
When God chooses people for his family, he picks those the world considers losers. This means that imperfect people make excellent candidates for the grace of God. Since we are all imperfect, when we boast, let us boast only in the Lord.
In this message Pastor Ray reminds us everything we believe rests on the sovereignty of God. Salvation starts with God, not with us. Because he has chosen us, we can stand firm amid the trials of life. By standing firm we prove to ourselves and to the watching world what we truly believe.
“I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified” (v. 2). We have a word for people like Paul. We call a person like him a “one-note Johnny.” He was a man of one message. If you heard him in Thessalonica or Athens or Rome, it was always […]