Sermons

Tearing the Curtain

It was a great privilege to preach at First Baptist Church of Martens.

I really enjoyed preaching on the curtain in front of the Holy of Holies, and it’s representation of the division between God and Man.

Tearing the Curtain
For this sermon I am preaching from Mark, Isaiah, and Exodus.

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Yom Kippur

I was given the opportunity to be the guest preacher at St. Paul’s in Gerald, TX.

The Sunday that I was preaching was the day after Yom Kippur, The Day of Atonement, and I felt that it was fitting to discuss what that day meant to the Jewish people and the sacrifice of Jesus that superseded that day.

Yom Kippur
For this sermon I am preaching from Leviticus and Numbers.

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Transition - Acts

I was given the opportunity to be the guest preacher at Trinity Memorial Baptist Church in Marlin, TX. There previous pastor, Terry Johnston, had accepted a call to another church, and I was preaching the first day that he was not there.

I felt led to preach on Transition (no fancy titles or anything), and preached from several passages from the first 2 chapters of Acts. It was quite helpful to have recently gone through a transition at our home church in Houston, Wilcrest Baptist Church. And then recently to have had such a transition from the suburbs of Houston to the rural area east of Elm Mott, TX.

It was a well received message and I got many affirming words from the congregation. I had the opportunity to share a bit about SONlight and hand out some CDs and literature.

I pray that the church will prayerfully follow the Lord and be led to their next pastor in the proper time.

Trinity Memorial Baptist

Transition
For this sermon I am preaching on several passages from Acts.

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First Time Preaching

I had the joy and pleasure of preaching at Magnolia Bible Church on Sunday. It was a great responsibility, and I was thankful for the opportunity and greatly appreciative that the Lord enabled the message to go very well.

Pastor Scot Wall was out of town leading a retreat at Camp Peniel, and he extended me the invitation to come preach in his place. It was an intimidating opportunity, and was something that I went into with great respect for the responsibility of bringing a message to the body of Christ in that setting.

I thought it went well, and was very affirmed and incredibly encouraged by the many positive responses after the service. My contact at the church, one of the elders, was very surprised that it was only my first time preaching, as he thought that I did an excellent job.

Joe Wall, Scot’s dad and the Executive Vice President of East West Ministries, was also very surprised to learn that it was my first time, and made the very encouraging remark that he felt that the Lord might have a calling in my life to do this more.

David Preaching

Faith During the Drought
For this sermon I am preaching on 1 Kings 17.

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