Below is the finalish version. I would assume that I am no different than most preachers who change things on the fly. But I stuck pretty well to this. And remember, this is a class. I do not intend to preach and to be honest, after the next sermon, I seriously doubt that this will […]
As a side note – it has been a very long time since I posted to the category of Sermon Notes; however, as I am preaching next week, I guess I will. This week, I want to focus on a few things. First, is this book. I wanted to take a class on preaching for […]
I recently preached a sermon titled “Being an agent of hope, in a pain filled world” to the youth / young adults congregation at church. I thought you might like to have a listen to it. Let me know what you think.
I know a few folks clicked through last week from this site. If you’re interested in hearing more from a Catholic preacher at a Presbyterian Church, you check out this Sunday’s sermon HERE.
So for anyone that hasn’t noticed, I’ve started a personal site where I post from time to time. I posted the audio from my sermon at the First Presbyterian Church in Hammond (LA) this morning. You can give it a listen if you’d like.
Sometime ago someone preached a sermon concerning the thief who seeks to steal our joy, our blessing, and our salvation. The problem is that in doing so, he failed to rightly divided the word of Truth, and ended up calling Jesus Christ a murderer – Watch therefore, for you do not know what hour your […]
Today, we read that many Protestants are converting to Catholic or Eastern Orthodox in droves and the reason that they give is that they desire something concrete. People are leaving the light weighted mega churches who teach only a good life and seeking something that is rooted to history. Protestants have focused on the manner […]
It took 300 years to fully develop the doctrine of the Trinity, some 1500 years to end the need for baptism, and 1900 years to come up with the sinner’s prayer Heart (Kardia – Gr) The heart is the chief of all organs in the body. If the brain goes into a coma, the heart […]
(Psa 84:8) O LORD God of hosts, hear my prayer: give ear, O God of Jacob. Selah. (Psa 84:9) Behold, O God our shield, and look upon the face of thine anointed. The final conclusion is a prayer of hopeful remembrance. The Psalmist is asking for God to once again turn His face to him […]
(Psa 84:4) Blessed are they that dwell in thy house: they will be still praising thee. Selah. Here the author calls those that are in the House of the Lord (tabernacle/temple) happy or blessed, as the KJV translates. עֹוד gives it’s meaning as continually. The house dwellers are continually praising God. This brings to mind […]