Sermons categorized under Death and Dying
We could all use a little encouragement right now. I’m writing these words in late October 2020. In a few days we will wrap up the most contentious presidential election of my lifetime. Soon we will say farewell to 2020, which has been nothing like we expected. Twelve months ago we had never heard of […]
If harder days are ahead, we won’t have to walk through them alone.
A few days ago I took a walk through Greenwood Cemetery in Dallas. It’s an old graveyard not far from North Central Expressway. Many of the early leaders of Dallas are buried there. When I arrived, the place was almost deserted. I drove down one of the narrow roads and stopped near a large monument. […]
Sometimes the best thing that can happen is to stop praying, stand back and let God do his work.
Don’t despair because of your poverty; don’t be proud because of your wealth.
Part two of a sermon series “The seven last words of Christ”
The devil could not stop him, the cross could not defeat him, the grave could not hold him.
If you want to be saved, remember these four words: Run to the cross!
You can be wrong about many things and still go to heaven.
But you can’t be wrong about Jesus and go to heaven.
Jesus’ shocking death has sprinkled the nations with blood that will wash away every sin.