Sermons For Life and Lent

Posted by ajenkins on February 4, 2010 under Devotionals, Sermons and More | Comments are off for this article

First Sunday in Lent (February 21, 2010) James 1:9-15

The readings: James 1:13-18 will provide us with spiritual insight into desire, temptation, sin, and death. Don’t you want to get out of the rut?

Second Sunday in Lent (February 28, 2010) James 1:1-8

Continuing with the intersection of life and faith on this Sunday we will read about trials and suffering. Do you undergo trials? Do you suffer? Of course you do. These are inevitable for everyone, even Christians. This Sunday we will look at the benefits of facing trials and the power to do it. Don’t miss this.

Third Sunday in Lent (March 7, 2010) James 3:1-12

Taming the tongue. Can you imagine never saying anything critical? That’s not just not saying something critical about another person, but not saying anything critical about any THING. Wow! That means you won’t complain about the stop light at Camp and Folly Rd. The theme is: Self-mastery, only by faith. Okay, it’s time for the prayer again. Dear God, help!!

Fourth Sunday in Lent (March 14, 2010) James 3:13-18

By this Sunday we’ll be ready to deal with our relationships. Our theme this week: Wise Relationships. It will help us deal with the most difficult thing in life: other people.

Fifth Sunday in Lent (March 21, 2010) James 5:7-11

We conclude our five weeks of readings by looking at something everyone wants but no one wants to work at it: Patience. We will prepare for Easter by planting the seeds that bear spiritual fruit.

Palm Sunday (March 28, 2010) Luke 23:1-49

Our Lord’s Triumphal Entry, the Last Supper , the Trial and the Crucifixion will be our focus. Remember, there must be a death before there can be a resurrection.

Comments are closed.