Sermons by Rob Mullins (Page 2)

Sermons by Rob Mullins (Page 2)

THE ROADMAP TO SUCCESS

THE ROADMAP TO SUCCESS JAMES 1:19-27 No one wants to be seen as a failure. But what is true success? There are some questions we each need to consider: (1) Who determines if you are successful? (2)How is real success measured? (3) Are you successful at the right things? (4)Would your family consider you a success at home? (5) Would your coworkers label you a success at work regardless of your position. title, or paygrade? (6) Most importantly, does Jesus…

OUR ONLY HOPE IS YOU, JESUS

OUR ONLY HOPE IS YOU, JESUS PSALM 33 When you think about it, it is incredible how much of a miracle America really is. Patrick Henry said, “It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded not by religionists, but by Christians. Of the 61 signers of the Declaration of Independence, 27 had seminary degrees. Eight days after signing the Declaration of Independence, printed on the side of the Liberty Bell, was this quote…

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? DEUTERONOMY 30:11-20 SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. I make every effort to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

FATHER’S DAY 2022

FATHER’S DAY 2022 JOSHUA 24:14-26 Fathering involves many choices. Not only do our choices impact us, but they also impact everyone around us. How are your choices affecting those in your family? Joshua made some significant choices that not only impacted him and his family but his nation as well. Today, Rob looks at Joshua’s priorities and how they affected his choices as well as the impact they had. SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Bushwacher61. (20150. r/Jokes. https://www.reddit.com/r/Jokes/comments/3cq1qe/one_night_a_wife_found_her_husband_standing_over/ Campbell, Roger. Canfield, Ken. (1992). The…

DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER

DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER 1 CORINTHIANS 11:23-29 What is the Lord’s Supper, and why do we celebrate it? This is an important question to reflect on. Many elegant and costly meals have been served as celebrations over the centuries. Yet the Communion table is the costliest table ever set. This week Rob explains the Lord’s Supper and its importance for each of us. SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Carr, Alan. Gangel, Kenneth. (1998). The Holman New Testament Commentary. B&H Publishing Group. Holman New Testament…

DINING AT THE TABLE OF DISAPPOINTMENT

DINING AT THE TABLE OF DISAPPOINTMENT 2 CORINTHIANS 12:7-10 How we respond to disappointments determines God’s freedom to use us as well as our ability to thrive in a fallen world. How we respond determines whether we sink or soar. Someone has said that behind the most radiant lives are often the most bitter trials. Don’t waste your disappointments! In this passage, Paul encounters a disappointment that he embraces. Listen to hear how Paul embraced it and the results he…

MIND THE GAP

MIND THE GAP MATTHEW 7:13-14 Mind the gap! (Or watch your step!) This is a crucial reminder to our graduates as they make significant decisions that impact the course of their lives. Yet Matthew 7:13-14 is a reminder, not only to graduates but to all, to carefully consider the path you choose to take through life. We have been given a map, God’s Word, and no one is more worthy of following than Jesus Christ. The challenge is to ask…

MOTHERS’ DAY 2022

MOTHERS’ DAY ACTS 9:36-46 In honor of Mothers’ Day, we will look at the life of Dorcas, a follower of Jesus who reflected Him by serving others. Dorcas lived a life that was full of God’s goodness, fashioned for His glory, and furthered the Gospel. God wants to use you similarly, with the gifts He has given you – even if you think you have nothing to offer Him. God made you with a unique purpose in mind. Jesus wants…

Zacchaeus: A BIG SINNER WITH A BIGGER GOD

A BIG SINNER WITH A BIGGER GOD LUKE 19:1-10 Zacchaeus was a tax collector who his contemporaries despised, yet Jesus sought him out and spent time with him. After being with Jesus Zacchaeus was transformed. Zacchaeus repented, which led to his restoration and restitution to those he had cheated. He was small in stature but became a giant in the faith. Like Zacchaeus, we are all sinners in need of the grace of the Lord Jesus. We wash our hands…

THREE CROSSES AND A CAVE

THREE CROSSES AND A CAVE LUKE 23:26-46 Christ, our Lord, is risen today! As we celebrate the victorious resurrection of Jesus Christ, we think of the three crosses on Mt. Calvary: a cross of rejection, a cross of reception, and a cross of redemption along with a deceived sinner, a decided seeker, and the delivering Savior. Think about how quickly Jesus can change a life, making it not just fit to live but fit to live in heaven with Jesus!…