Sermons (Page 15)

Sermons (Page 15)

Living In The Until

The Blessed Hope, An Introduction. Not often considered by many today, but it is the strange hope of all Christians. The hope that Jesus will come, with the shout of the trumpet, and the dead in Christ shall rise, and we will meet them together in the clouds and forever be with the Lord. No doubt the world would laugh at such a thought, and so would we if the Bible did not teach it so plainly. This is one…

What Is The Gospel? Pt 1

When Jesus spoke to Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews in the most famous passage in the Bible, John 3:16, he said “Ye Must Be Born Again!”. What did he mean? What is the Gospel? Why did Christ come and die? This sermon provides an answer, it is part one of three messages on the question.
Faith is a Verb

In The Beginning

Eternity; what impact does the first four words of the Bible have in representing the entire concept of eternity? How does this knowledge impact you personally? Pr Edi provides a well expounded explanation of Eternity and The Gospel in this message.
Faith is a Verb

That Which is Written.

This is the first sermon preached at Hope Baptist Church. Hope is founded upon the Word of God, Romans chapter 15 tells us of all that was written before had its benefit for our learning, and man must learn in order to live. For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope. Rom 15:4 Four points are considered; 1. That Which is Written is Applied Practically…

5. The Opportunity

Not only did God create you, he created this universe that you would be. Not only that you would be, but that you might be with him for ever.

4. The Motivation

Who would have thought that there would be another motivation to some conclusions other than what is professionally determined? Science has scientists, Philosophy has philosophers,¬†Physics has physicists just as any Theory has a theorist. What am I trying to say? All of these professions have people behind them; to think that people are not motivated by their predispositions, (especially personally held ‘beliefs’) and bring those views to their conclusions, particularly when there is SO much at stake, such as the…