Sermons from September 2005

Sermons from September 2005

Marks of Nobility

God wrote a Book and what a wonderful book it is. This book tells us more about our inner self than any psychology. This book tells us more about the meaning of life than any philosophy. This book tells us more about wise human government than any nation’s constitution. This book tells us more about God and His workings than any other religious script. God wrote a book, and He gave it to you and He gave it to me.…

God’s Troublemakers

The story is told of a man named Donald Sweet who was referred to in his home environs as “Old Soggy,” and he lived in the last citadel of prohibition in Mississippi, and “Old Soggy” decided to run for office one day, and the local newspaper immediately put him on the spot, asking him his position on “The Whiskey Question.” Here is “Old Soggy’s” rather lengthy, but telling answer: “Dear Editor: I had not intended to discuss this controversial subject…

God’s Sovereign Love in Salvation

This book, the Bible, has often been referred to as “God’s Love Letter” to you and to me, and I consider this a very apt description, for in this Book, we find the record of God’s loving actions toward us. One of the most famous verses is John 3:16, and that Verse begins this way: For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son… That little word “so” is interesting in that Verse in John 3:16; very…