Great Sermon! Finally, I caught up with you. Again you are hitytint the nail on the head. Keep it up Jesusn Christ is the key. to everything. He is the truth that sets me free,You are making it clear that He should be in all of our conversations. What an opportunity God has given us to be on the victory side. Yoiu are an eternal friend for you are a gift from God. Praying for you and Lynette is a joy.I hope every missionary hears this message,and church member. God bless yuu
The temptations of the world. A message about living in an impressive world, of which God's people wants to be part, a message about temptations and violating the standards of God. However, I do not agree with the preacher's interpretation here: he says Mordecai volunteered to send Esther to the palace for a life of success. I understand from the text that the girls were taken by authorities against their and their parents (or tutors) will.
Resolving problems. Internal problems in the church resolved by the wise counsel of the apostles lead by the Holy Spirit. There will be always problems in the church - but they can be addressed and resolved with wisdom from above.
Relationship with God. A message about the two parables in verses 1-14. When we are wronged by other, we can be assured that God will hear us and He will make justice. But when we are wrong, sinful, we must come before God with the attitude of the tax collector.
Great life with God. It is true: your life count when you are doing God's work, making His Kingdom to advance, being what God wants you to be and where He wants you to be, doing what He wants to do through you. Them you will be part of something really great: His glorious plan of His Kingdom!
Great warning. A message on chapter 33. The watchman must warn and the hearers need to hear. The tragedy of loving to hear the Word of God preached, but of not obeying and of hating the God behind His Word.
Punishing the nations. God is going to punish the nations who hated Israel and the prophecies against them will be literally fulfilled. God has the right to discipline His people, but woe to others who rejoices in this or who take advantage of this.