The Lord was constantly reminding His people in the Old Testament through the keeping of the feasts and the retelling of stories that He is faithful. When we become discouraged we must reflect back on the times in our life when He came through when we saw no possible outcome. Friends, He is faithful!
In this message, we discuss stewardship, heaven and hell, and what a responsibility we have on our hands to spread the Good News!
The humanistic tendency is to live in the "right here and now". But are we considering the choices we are making? We will discuss three types of poverty and what that means to we who have little, or we who have much.
The Lord requires of us holiness. But what does this consist of? We will discuss many of the ingredients to the recipe of holiness, as exhibited by Paul, with a few secret ingredients as well.
Is your passion for Christ not the same as when you first accepted Him as your Savior? Do you have a desire to have that passion but it seems as though things it is difficult to get back to that point?
Through observation, Jesus offered correction to those who thought themselves better than others. But all the while, as we unravel the story more deeply, we find that Jesus was trying to teach us one of the keys to the Kingdom of God.
Prayer and praise go hand-in-hand, according to John Wesley.. But even in the midst if adversity, a true test of our faith is to praise the Lord in the storm! (This recording has the same sermon, but the first is a recording from Carlock, and the message recorded at St. Paul's begins at 25:40)
What will be the last words on your mouth, the condition of your heart, as you breath your last breath? Life is short. We are unsure of how much time we have left. Are you ready?
Are you ready to experience Christ as you were meant to? Are you ready to make a change? Are you ready to meet Jesus? (Recorded at Carlock's Homecoming, 2019)
Jason Humberd worked for eleven years as a teacher, then answered his call to ministry, leaving second grade to teach all God's children from ages 2 to 110!