Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: Lord
Watch Ray Comfort Sunday Sermon - The Fear of the Lord (Psalm 128). Special Guest Ray Comfort shares with us a message on how we can have a healthy fear of God that causes us to depart evil and share the Gospel with a dying world.
Watch Tony Evans Devotion - The Lord (February-24-2023). In this message, Dr. Tony Evans explains how in order for the Holy Spirit to work in our lives, we must be willing to allow Him to show us the areas that need improvement. Once we do that, we are even closer to being transformed into His image.
Kenneth Copeland - Watch Sermon: Encourage Yourself in The LORD. Do you have the prescription for life? Join Kenneth Copeland on /Believer’s Voice of Victory/ as he shares how to encourage yourself in The LORD for whatever you need in life. Discover how to receive THE BLESSING that rightfully belongs to you, and be made completely whole!
Kenneth Copeland - Watch Sermon: Endure as a Soldier in the Army of The LORD. Are you putting on the full armor of God? Watch /Believer’s Voice of Victory/ as Kenneth Copeland shares how the armor of God equips you to stand against every work of the enemy. Hear about the importance of obedience so you can endure as a soldier in the army of The LORD and win!
Watch Tony Evans Sunday Sermon: Recognize The Lordship of The Holy Spirit | The Lord. In this message, Dr Evans explains how in order for the Holy Spirit to work in our lives, we must be willing to allow Him to show us the areas that need improvement. Once we do that, we are even closer to being transformed into His image.
David Jeremiah (January-28-2023) Daily Devotional: The Best From Psalm 23: The House of the Lord - Turning Point
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. - Psalm 23:6
Recommended Reading: Jeremiah 23:3-6 - 3 “But I will gather the remnant of My flock out of all countries where I have driven them, and bring them back to their folds; and they shall be fruitful and increase. 4 I will set up shepherds over them who will feed them; and they shall fear no more, nor be dismayed, nor shall they be lacking,” says the Lord. 5 “Behold, the days are coming,” says the Lord,“That I will raise to David a Branch of righteousness;A King shall reign and prosper,And execute judgment and righteousness in the earth.6 In His days Judah will be saved,And Israel will dwell safely;Now this is His name by which He will be called: THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS.
As we enter 2023 with Psalm 23, notice how it ends in the house of the Lord. Jesus used this image in John 14:2, saying, “In My Father’s house are many mansions.… I go to prepare a place for you.”
In his book on Psalm 23, David Roper said, “It’s not that heaven is somewhat like home. It is home. Our earthly homes are mere signs or reflections—primitive symbols of warmth, love, togetherness, and familiarity. The ultimate reality is our Father’s house—where there is a father who never dies, who makes a home for the lonely, who treats us like family, where real love awaits us.”
The final two chapters of the Bible give us a vivid flyover of our heavenly home. In Revelation 21 and 22, we read about a new planet and a vast city. Those who know Christ as their Shepherd have a future beyond belief.
Make sure you’re among that number. Be certain the Lord alone is your Shepherd!
Everything goes wrong here; nothing will go wrong there. Nothing will be lost; nothing will be missing; nothing will fall apart or go down the drain. Heaven is God’s answer to Murphy’s Law. - David Roper
Daily Devotional (January-23-2023) Wait On The Lord.
Scripture Reference: Psalms 27:14 (NIV) - “Wait for the LORD; be strong and take heart and wait for the LORD.” Psalms 27:14 (NIV)
Sometimes you just have to wait. But it is so hard. I had planted a whole new batch of elephant ears and caladiums in a shady path I made in the woods behind my house. I watered them faithfully and after a couple weeks, I started to walk around to see if they were beginning to sprout. I couldn’t find any sign of life. Day after day, I looked and nothing. I was starting to become angry. I kept asking myself, “Why haven’t they broken ground yet?” Then anger turned to fear. “What if they were dead?” I thought. Finally one day, when I was walking the path to see if any of the plants had sprouted up, a thought occurred to me. “None of my looking was going to make the plant sprout one second sooner than God had planned.” I laughed and thought how much that was just like life. We don’t like to wait. We want what we want, and we want it now! But we refuse to realize that waiting is more than waiting. So often waiting is also becoming more understanding. Waiting is learning to be empathic. Waiting is gaining knowledge or building character. Waiting can often lead to situations where God gets all the Glory. The plants did come up, each in their own time. They were beautiful. Likewise, so will our lives, as we are strong, take heart and wait on the Lord.
Prayer: Lord, I find it so hard to wait. I really want to trust You, but I need Your help. Help me today, Father, to be strong, to take heart and to wait on You. In Jesus’ name - AMEN