we need to cultivate this attitude of thankfulness as we sing praises to God
The love of Christ controls me 1) To treat people with dignity and respect, 2) To be a living sacrifice by humbling myself, and 3) To overcome the ambition of selfish desires. The hearer will learn how the love of Christ controls the life of the Christian to act in a respectful, humble, and selfless way.
To know Jesus is to know grace because Jesus was 1) Full of Grace and Truth, 2) The Giver of Grace Upon Grace, and 3) The Revealer of Who God Really Is. In this lesson, the listener should understand that grace comes from and through Jesus Christ because he is the incarnation of grace itself. I hope that with this sermon I can help us be a more gracious people.
There are some religious groups that practice foot washing. They take the example that Jesus gave in John 13:3-15 literally, and occasionally, they have a foot washing event. That wasn’t what Jesus was talking about doing, but there’s nothing wrong with it as long as it doesn’t turn into a mindless religious ritual that forgets […]
http://newbostoncoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/jesus-king-of-my-life.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSTITLE: Jesus: King of My Life SUBJECT: Jesus PROPOSITION: Jesus is King of my life because 1) He is the God of my life. 2) He is the Savior of my life. 3) He is the All of my life! OBJECTIVE: Each person should be able […]
Why is communion important? It is a 1) Declaration of Faith, 2) Demonstration of Fellowship, 3) Deliberation of Forgiveness. The listener should understand the importance of communion in relationship to Christ, others, and himself.
http://newbostoncoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/what-the-cross-changed-part-2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSDate written: 2 April 2015 SUBJECT: Salvation TITLE: What the Cross Changed – The Cross Changed Me PROPOSITION: The cross is the center of history, and it changed everything. The cross changed 1) the world, 2) me, and 3) the future. The cross changes me – […]