In this psalm, Pastor Geoff Kirkland preaches on the most important means of grace that the Christian has — prayer. The question is not: 'do we say our prayers' but rather do we 'take hold of the Living God' in fervent, heartfelt, believing prayer?
Geoff exhorts us to pray passionately, pray believingly, and to respond worshipfully when God answers.
Listen to this message & be a doer of the Word!
"Do You Really Listen and Apply the Sermon or Are you Deceived?"
Pastor Geoff pleads with the hearers to NOT be a false disciples -- to not be a 'Judas'.
*what marked Judas?
1. Judas was WITH JESUS --- but he's now in hell
2. Judas hung with the RIGHT CROWD --- but he's now in hell
3. Judas was CALLED INTO MINISTRY --- but he's now in hell
4. Judas was A PREACHER OF THE GOSPEL -- but he's now in hell
5. Judas saw FRUIT FROM HIS GOSPEL LABORS --- but he's now in hell
6. Judas was an WITNESS OF CHRIST'S WORKS --- but he's now in hell
7. Judas was outwardly a CHRIST-FOLLOWER --- but he's now in hell
Geoff proclaims Deuteronomy 8 and exhorts us with the words that Moses exhorted to the people of Israel: Don't forget the LORD your God. Geoff gives four helpful ways you can ensure you don't forget God in your life. Listen & apply.
"Don't Hesitate! The LORD Alone is God — Follow Him!"
Pastor Geoff preaches on 1 Kings 18, the familiar account of the contest between Elijah and the prophets of Baal. In this sermon, Pastor Geoff speaks on the chapter and tells the (historical) story/account. Then, he provides 4 specific ways that we must apply the text to our own lives.
Don't waver! Don't hesitate! Don't be lukewarm! Stand courageously for the LORD since He alone is God!
"Don't Let Anyone Fool You With Empty Words—Walk as Children of Light!"
Pastor Geoff passionately calls all who hear this sermon to believe the gospel and cling to it and not fall away. By looking at the history of the Church of Ephesus, he pleads with each person to not lose their "first love" and leave the faith when times get hard.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches Jonah 1 and speaks about the marvelous character of God that is revealed in the book of Jonah. Even with a disobedient prophet, some pagan sailors, and a violent windstorm, God marvelously shows how supreme and sovereign He really is.
Pastor Geoff preaches in downtown Clayton, MO on the streets during the lunchhour. In this message he calls many men and women who pass by to repent of their sins & come to Christ before it's too late & they fall into hell!
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff shows how the psalmist models how to pray and praise as he is 'old and gray.' How can one use the golden years to fulfill the golden opportunity to transmitting biblical truth on to the next generation?
How can the older saints involve themselves in Christ's church and serve Christ with joy? This psalm provides some answers.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches on the darkest and saddest psalm in the Psalter. There is little hope offered in this psalm. The author drowns in the dark despair of depression. So, how does one cope with this? How does the rest of biblical revelation aid us in our pursuit for joy in God?
God has given a whole Bible to make a whole Christian. Listen to how to fight depression with God's sufficient Word in this sermon.
Pastor Geoff preaches the "Woes" from Isaiah 5 when God pronounces divine curses ('woe' judgments) upon the wicked who rise early to pursue strong drink and those who are heroes at drinking alcohol and who refuse to bow to God and follow Him.
In this message, Pastor Geoff earnestly pleads with the multitudes at the STL Mardi Gras festival to flee from sin and from debauchery and to fly to the mighty Refuge, the Lord Jesus Christ.
This message calls on all men and women to repent of sin & trust in Jesus Christ alone for eternal life!