Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: matt hagee
Matt Hagee Sermon: Go to Work on Your Marriage.
Pastor Matt says that you don’t perform at your highest potential. You perform at your highest level of preparation. Even if you are gifted, you must be prepared. Every marriage begins with great potential. At the wedding ceremony we toast the bride and groom and their potential. But if truly great things are to become a reality in a married couple’s life, it is up to the two individuals in the relationship to work together and make it happen. A biblical marriage is the foundation of the family. Enjoy this sermon and find out how to enhance your marriage by living a righteous life before God, working together to fulfill his plan for your family.
Matt Hagee Sermon: The Struggle Between Us and Them
Pastor Matt describes the various generational struggles found within the church. There are also cultural struggles and many varying opinions along the way…but does the message come from God’s Word, conveying the salvation message for all? While we are maintaining the values poured into us, we must continue to share God’s love with the next generation so that they might lead with the same exceptional values and unwavering conviction.
Matt Hagee Sermon: That Rips It.
In one of the most powerful sermons you will hear about God’s grace, Pastor Matt Hagee preaches on the deep, spiritual significance of Calvary. The curtain in the ancient temple was ripped from top to bottom as Jesus Christ cried out, “It is finished!” And with that…each of us as Believers were given the ability to go to the Father with our requests, without having to go through a high priest. Hell can’t harass us or torment us because our enemies were defeated on Calvary’s hill. We can now go directly to the Throne of Grace because we were set free…and whom the Son sets free is free indeed!
Matthew Hagee Sermon: An Overdue Apology to a Misunderstood Woman.
Pastor Matt says that Job’s wife is a woman that has been misunderstood and misrepresented by Believers for years. She has been discussed as if she’s someone that should be discarded rather than someone who should have been comforted in the middle of such devastating loss.
The Church should have been a source of strength during her time of great mourning, but instead the Church turned its back in judgment.
Are there people in your own life that you have been wrongfully judging? Are there people you need to ask forgiveness from? Many of these people you will be spending eternity with. Why not take the time today to ask their forgiveness and make things right?