Is there a sharp division between the sacred and the secular in the life of a disciple of Christ? In today’s sermon from evangelist Jimmy Cating he considers how even mundane seemingly unimportant responsibilities and tasks can be transformed into glorious service to God.
Both the Old and New Testaments tell us that baby Moses was “a beautiful child” (Exodus 2:2; Hebrews 11:23). But this characterization was not merely a description of his outer beauty. It also indicated the great potential within the boy. This same God-given potential lies within every child born into the world, and parents have the profound responsibility to raise and nurture their children that they might be just as beautiful as Moses, as this sermon from evangelist Jimmy Cating teaches.
Do you as a Christian have to feel limited by the circumstances of your background? Should you feel hopeless because of your complicated and depressing family history? Certainly not! In this sermon, evangelist Jimmy Cating teaches from Ezekiel that we are going to be judged by our own personal choices in life, not by the choices of our family.
In this sermon from the 2017 Texas Labor Day meeting, evangelist Kevin Presley addresses a very serious question that often arises among Christians: When should I leave a church? When should I leave a church? MP3 Link