Tag: spiritual renewal

A Prophetic Prayer for a Wayward People

This is a sermon based on the account in 1 Kings 18, which records the contest on Mount Carmel between the prophet Elijah and the prophets of Baal. It emphasizes the specific things Elijah asks God to do in the prayer he prayed over the sacrifice before the fire fell on the altar. These specific…


Bone Dry and Empty

This is a sermon based on Ezekiel’s vision of the valley of dry bones (Ez. 37:1-14) and Paul’s warning to Timothy that in the “last days” people would have a form of godliness but no power (2 Tim. 3:5). The message emphasizes the need for the Holy Spirit’s presence and how to obtain it. To…


Thriving All the Way to Glory

This is the fifth sermon in a series of messages on the book of 2 Peter. This sermon discusses verses 8-11 of the first chapter in which the Apostle Peter stresses that the lives of the readers should be thriving and growing if they take advantage of the privileges God has provided to them. To…


Growing in the Faith

This is a sermon based on 2 Peter 1:1-4. It is the first in a series of messages on 2 Peter and it emphasizes the necessity and expectation that Christian believers will not become stagnant or remain static in their faith, but will grow and mature in it. To read excerpts of the sermon, click…


Heaven on Earth

This is a sermon that explores the fact┬áthat we don’t have to wait until we get to heaven in order to sense God’s holy presence because we can have His Spirit within us. It also speaks about the need for God’s people to live so that the darkness around us is overcome by heaven’s influence…


The Path to Revival

This is a sermon that was given during the Lenten season to motivate prayer and interest in personal and corporate spiritual revival. The message was based upon several different passages of Scripture that emphasize revival. To read excerpts of the message click here.


The Still Small Voice

This is a sermon that was given during the Lenten Season to emphasize the importance of being quiet and still enough to hear God’s “still small voice” that is mentioned in 1 Kings 19:12. You can read excerpts of the sermon by clicking here.