My Pastor gave me the assignment to teach Romans 1:16 during our Lord’s Day worship service. Hence the following is an exposition of Romans 1:14-19. Below this video, for your reference, I also provided a transcript. Though obviously I will not be teaching through the entire book of Romans, but I want to give a
These great commands by our Lord are rarely truly applied, obeyed and/or practiced (at least from my observations). Therefore I put this sermon together for the Lord’s people. I did an exposition of the Text, and shared several experiences, and how I applied this passage to them. The sermon notes to this teaching are available
Sadly there is a fraction of the professing church, that is publicly scrutinizing (even shaming) other professing Christians for not currently attending a local church, without even knowing all the facts; that my friends has got to stop. Today I saw the following post on an undisclosed street preachers Facebook page. “Evangelistic men, if you
For a brief time I had the privilege of sitting under this mans preaching. The following excerpt is the closing remarks from his sermon on 1 Kings 17:17-24. The Lord used him to exhort the congregation to become “skillful swordsmen,” and to preach the Gospel out in the public realm. I hope this encourages you,
This blind lady is a precious saint. But what a contrast from another woman last month. Last month a ‘professing’ Christian woman became angry at my preaching. She even called me an “ego maniac,” and “very offensive.” I have that unedited video available via a password protected link, but only for my like-minded brethren. The
This is a beautiful story where Deputy Matt Holman of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Department ‘stopped and searched’ homeless man Robert Morris. Deputy Holman not only fed Morris, he gives him his own ‘personal Bible.’ Six months later Morris dials 911 to report the Deputy, where he tells the dispatcher that he is no longer
The lady seen at the beginning was giving invitations to her church (while she was in line). She was inviting people to church, and I was inviting people to Christ. Perhaps the Lord might use both of us. She and a couple of ladies got very excited about the preaching of the Gospel, which was
A colleague asked me to read and comment on J. Warner Wallace’s below article, which he published on April 24th, 2017. After reading this article, I decided to make my comments public. I have much more to say, but to avoid being too critical, I will refrain from many comments. But first is Wallace’s article.
In the first 30 seconds you will see a Satanist wearing Easter bunny ears aggressively assault my friend Ronnie Cardiel. Take note that as soon as Ronnie recovers from this attack, he rejoices saying “Oh praise God, thank You Lord!” This is the book of Acts in action. Recover – Rejoice – and Regroup. This
This is not my preferred method of evangelism, but for a season. On this day I spoke with many people coming in and out of the VA Hospital, as well as some passerby’s. Here’s a portion of a much larger labor of love.
“Line of Duty” is written and performed by Jon Secada and Joel Someillan, and was commissioned by the Dade County PBA as a means of promoting good relations and respect between law enforcement and the citizens they protect in every community across the nation. The concept for creating “Line of Duty” came from Dade County