Sermons from January 2021

Sermons from January 2021

FINDING PEACE IN THE PANDEMIC

FINDING PEACE IN THE PANDEMIC or how to find calm in the chaos! MATTHEW 16:26-33 Sources/Acknowledgements: Dustin Benge Chuck Swindoll Christianity Today (2004) Unknown magazine article (2003) The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Jim Blevins Simon Bartlett Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

WHO ARE YOU, JESUS?

WHO ARE YOU, JESUS? MATTHEW 16:13-20 Sources/Acknowledgements: Alan Carr The Outline Bible Jim Blevins Bethany Bible Church The Holman New Testament Commentary The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Jack Peters  Ray Pritchard Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

LORD, HELP ME!

Lord, Help Me! MATTHEW 15:21-28 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Outline Bible Michael Carino Steve Andrews Alan Carr The Holman New Testament Commentary  Lifeway.com Matt McGraw Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

IN THIS NEW YEAR, I WILL . . . (PART 2)

In THIS NEW YEAR, I WILL . . . (part 2) Psalm 138 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Holman Old Testament Commentary Jim Blevins Alan Carr Unknow sermon notes from 2004. Jack Peterson Jeff Strite Aaron Kilbourn Dana Visneskis L. Giglio Journal Entry from 2010 Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

IN THIS NEW YEAR, I WILL . . .

In THIS NEW YEAR, I WILL . . . Psalm 138 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Holman Old Testament Commentary Jim Blevins Alan Carr Unknow sermon notes from 2004. Jack Peterson Jeff Strite Aaron Kilbourn Dana Visneskis Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.