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Gospel Sermons

How to Face Constant Conflict as a Christian (Part 11)

Published July 13, 2014

TEXT: Matthew 10:24-28 In this series on facing conflict as a Christian, we are working our way through Matthew chapter 10 in which Jesus gives a series of instructions, admonishments, and advice to his disciples who are about to go out on their own and preach the Gospel. He tells them how to handle conflict as Christians. Today, we are going to look at three commands regarding the aspect of fear in our life as believers. 1. We are commanded to go forth fearlessly. Jesus tells us to “Fear them not therefore: for there is nothing covered, that shall not […]

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How to Face Constant Conflict as a Christian (Part 10)

Published July 6, 2014

TEXT: Matthew 10:23-25 This weekend, Americans celebrated the fourth of July. It was the 238th anniversary of the day America declared her independence from Great Britain. That decision to throw off the yoke of British tyranny and forge from nothing but an idea the form of democracy that we have today, caused no small conflict for the thirteen colonies. Britain, France, Germany, and the Native American tribes were all involved in the American War for Independence. There was tremendous loss of life on both sides, and tremendous economic loss for the colonists. But, as we look back on that War […]

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Illegitimate Fathers of the Bible

Published June 15, 2014

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #172 TEXT: Psalm 139:14-16 On this Father’s Day, I want to share with you from the word of God a brief message on the illegitimate fathers of the Bible. Society has historically referred to “illegitimate children” as the product of sex between a man and a woman who are not married to each other. However, when we really think about it, we know that there are no illegitimate children — the children are a gift from God. It is the parents who are illegitimate. Pastor Rick Warren said, ‘A birth is no mistake or mishap; a […]

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How to Face Constant Conflict as a Christian (Part 7)

Published June 15, 2014

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #171  TEXT: Matthew 10:17-20  We are moving on in our series of messages on what it means to be a true disciple of Jesus Christ. Over the past few weeks, we have explored Jesus’ metaphors saying that Christians are like sheep in the midst of wolves, and should be wise as serpents and harmless as doves. Now, we are getting into the practical instructions that Jesus gave to his disciples as He is sending them out on a missionary journey. Lord, willing, we are going to go through all of the rest of Matthew chapter 10 […]

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How to Face Constant Conflict as a Christian (Part 6)

Published June 1, 2014

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #170 TEXT: Matthew 10:16: “Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.” Today, we are going to look at three reasons why Jesus commands us to be “harmless as doves.” Doves are very important in the Biblical narrative. A dove first appears in Genesis chapter 8 when Noah sends out a raven and a dove to see if the waters of the Great Flood had subsided. As you recall, the raven did not come back to the Ark, but the dove did […]

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Are You a True Disciple? (Part 5)

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7 Keys to the God-Blessed Life (#6): Pray to God!

Published December 22, 2013

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #145 TEXT: Daniel 6:10-11 In this series of messages, we are looking at the 7 keys to living the God-blessed life. The God-blessed life — Christian success — is not measured by the same standards as the world’s success. Even if the world accounts us “as sheep for the slaughter,” we are actually “more than conquerors through Him who loved us.” The God-blessed life is a life that is full of contentment, joy, fulfillment, peace, and productivity. It is the kind of life where you know you are in the center of God’s will. The seven […]

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7 Keys to the God-Blessed Life (#5): Obey God!

Published December 22, 2013

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #144 TEXT: Daniel 1:1-15 In this series of messages, we are looking at the 7 keys to living the God-blessed life. The God-blessed life — Christian success — is not measured by the same standards as the world’s success. Even if the world accounts us “as sheep for the slaughter,” we are actually “more than conquerors through Him who loved us.” The God-blessed life is a life that is full of contentment, joy, fulfillment, peace, and productivity. It is the kind of life where you know you are in the center of God’s will. The seven […]

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7 Keys to the God-Blessed Life (#4): Meditate on the Word of God

Published December 22, 2013

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #142 TEXT: Joshua 1:1-9 In this series of messages, we are looking at the 7 keys to living the God-blessed life. And, the God-blessed life — Christian success — is not measured by the same standards as the world’s success. Even if the world accounts us “as sheep for the slaughter,” we are actually “more than conquerors through Him who loved us.” The God-blessed life is a life that is full of contentment, joy, fulfillment, peace, and productivity. It is the kind of life where you know you are in the center of God’s will. The […]

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7 Keys to the God-Blessed Life (#3): Fear God!

Published December 22, 2013

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #141 TEXT: Job 1:1-12 As you know, in this series of messages, we are looking at the 7 keys to living the God-blessed life. I want to make clear again, as I did on last week, that the God-blessed life is not necessarily referring to material possessions and money. Rather, the God-blessed life, is a life that is content, joyful, fulfilled, peaceful, and productive. It is the kind of life where you know you are in the center of God’s will. The seven keys to getting to this position are: 1. Trust God. 2. Love God. […]

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7 Keys to the God-Blessed Life (#2): Love God

Published December 22, 2013

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #140 TEXT: John 19:25-27 Last week, we began this series of messages on how to live the God-blessed life. As you might recall, I shared with you that in the course of my life and walk with the Lord, from studying Scripture, and from observing the lives of other Christians, I believe there are 7 keys to living a God-blessed life. 1. Trust God. 2. Love God. 3. Fear God. 4. Meditate on the Word of God. 5. Obey God. 6. Pray to God 7. Be Faithful to God. Last week, we looked at the topic […]

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7 Keys to a God-Blessed Life (#1): Trust God

Published December 22, 2013

Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #139 TEXT: Genesis 12:1-4 F.B. Meyer said, “God has a purpose in every life, and when the soul is completely yielded and acquiescent, He will certainly realize it. Blessed is he who has never thwarted the working of the divine.” Many people talk about living a blessed life or a fulfilled life. What they mean is something more than just success — this is something more than just having plenty of money, having prominence, and having all of your needs supplied. I believe that this desire refers to something deeper and more meaningful. Even though many […]

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The Mystery of Iniquity: Now and Later

Published October 13, 2013

Gospel Message | Daniel Whyte III

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Another Mystery: The Trouble, the Twinkling, and the Triumph

Published October 13, 2013

Gospel Message | Daniel Whyte III

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The Mystery of the Gospel (Part 2)

Published October 13, 2013

Gospel Message | Daniel Whyte III

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The Mystery of the Gospel (Part 1)

Published October 13, 2013

Gospel Message | Daniel Whyte III

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Vengeance is Mine, I Will Repay

Published June 9, 2013

How to Handle Persecution | with Daniel Whyte III

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Salvation Will Take You Places Beyond Your Wildest Imagination

Published June 9, 2013

100 Days of Preaching the Gospel | with Daniel Whyte III SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 12:1-3: “And in that day thou shalt say, O Lord, I will praise thee: though thou wast angry with me, thine anger is turned away, and thou comfortedst me. Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation. Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation.” In our text for today, I want you to notice that there is one word that is […]

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May I Introduce You to the Greatest Person Who Ever Lived?

Published June 9, 2013

100 Days of Preaching the Gospel | with Daniel Whyte III SCRIPTURE: John 14:1-7: “Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. And whither I go ye know, and the way ye know. Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know not […]

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10 Reasons Why Jesus Christ is So Wonderful (Part 2)

Published June 9, 2013

100 Days of Preaching the Gospel | with Daniel Whyte III SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 9:6: “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” Today, I want us to once again look at the name “Wonderful” and see five more reasons why Jesus Christ is so wonderful. 1. His Works Were Wonderful. 2. His Prophecies About Himself Were Wonderful. 3. His Death Was Wonderful. 4. His Resurrection Was Wonderful. 5. His […]

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