Category Archives: John the Baptist

Today’s Sermon: Wear The Right Garment

WEAR THE RIGHT GARMENT Matthew 22:11-14 In the last of 3 parables where Jesus rebukes the challenge of the Pharisees and scribes as to the source of His authority, there is the story of a king who has invited people … Continue reading

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Today’s Sermon: From Snakes to Humans

From Snakes To Humans Luke 3:7 Along the Jordan River, John was baptizing a multitude of people who came to him for repentance and the remission of their sins. We would think that any minister with a multitude of people … Continue reading

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Today’s Sermon: Commitment for a Full Blessing

Thanking God for my first sermon since my hospitalization. ┬áMemory Eternal to Freddie Fowlkes whom I eulogized yesterday. ┬áPraying for a wonderful service this afternoon in honor of our Deacons, Deaconesses, and Trustees.   Commitment for a Full Blessing Luke … Continue reading

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Today’s Sermon: Significance of His Baptism

And John tried to prevent Him saying, “I need to be baptized by You, and You are comming to me?” Matthew 3:14 In both the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, we find the story of our Lord’s baptism between the … Continue reading

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