Free Bible Sermons
In this lesson, Mike describes the words of Jesus that changed the world in 4 important ways.
This lesson explores the character of Jesus in His role of Good Shepherd rather than His suffering as sacrificial lamb.
In this lesson, Mike reviews the thinking and goals of the Politically Correct movement in America and how Christians can respond to and live in a nation that is heavily influenced by this cause.
Mike presents a unique visual in explaining Biblical baptism.
This lesson deals with the difficult issue concerning the possibility that a Christian could actually lose salvation.
This lesson explores the personal and spiritual demands and responsibilities required of church elders.
Mike looks at the Bible basis for the "invitation" feature of public worship and some of the reasons why many are hindered in coming forward at the appropriate time.
Mike outlines several ways that believers can deepen not only their expression of love for God but also their experience of His love as well.
Despite the pain of grief at Christmas there are ways that God helps us carry on.
Mike explains the nature and purpose of the three permanent resurrections described in the New Testament.
The story of David and Bathsheba is used to illustrate the gracious nature of God's character and the power of His forgiveness.
This sermon compares the various ideas that exist about heaven with the Bible's description of this dimension.
Christians are in a unique situation when called on to deal with their enemies. This lesson will outline the various strategies that the Bible provides when believers must face those who injure them in some way.
A discussion about the core element of the gospel message - by what power are we saved and how does it work? The lesson will explain the ideas of faith and grace in their proper Biblical contexts.
This sermon examines how God perseveres in His efforts to seek and save sinful man.
In the lesson, Mike examines the different ideas about heaven put forth by various world religions and philosophies and compares these with the Biblical teaching of what heaven is really like.
In this world of competing church "styles" (progressive vs. traditional vs. visitor friendly, etc) it is necessary to realize that the Bible describes the church belonging to Christ as being glorious in nature, not big or successful.
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