Sermons by Jonathan Anderson

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Waiting Well

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Do you like to wait? I didn’t think so. It’s true that patience is a fruit of the Spirit, but nobody actually likes to wait. Yet the fact of the matter is, everyday we’re forced to wait – sometimes for things we need and sometimes for things we just want. Statistics show that the average […]

You Can’t Recover From That!

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In one of his lessons, preacher Tony Evans directly addressed the topic that many like to shy away from. He stated: “What happens when people die without Christ? They go to hell! There is no respectable way to say it. They go to HELL. For how long? Forever!” He continued, “There is always the person […]

The Man On The Riverbank

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There’s a story about a man who was sitting on a riverbank one day when he heard somebody screaming for help from the river. Fortunately, this man was an excellent swimmer! So, when he looked up and saw a man drowning, he dove in, swam to the man, and pulled him to shore. However, as […]

The King’s Mother

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Maybe you’ve heard the story about the ruler of a land who one day passed a law that prohibited citizens from doing certain things in the country. It was later discovered that his own mother had broken the new laws. So, the law keepers of the land brought the mother to her son, the king. […]

Who Are You?

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Who is LeBron James? Many people today would say that he is the greatest basketball player that has ever played the game (Those people obviously haven’t seen MJ play, but I digress). Who is Tom Hanks? Most would probably say that he’s a great actor (if not the greatest), depending on the movie. Who is […]

If The Devil Had A Social Media Account

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Just a few years ago, we never could have imagined having such a resource as social media. Though email was a big deal, the reach and impact of such sites as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram is nothing short of remarkable. None of these sites is good or bad in themselves, but how they are used […]

The Flight Attendant

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One day a flight attendant wanted to go on a trip and she was fortunate to receive from her employer a free seat that was available in first class. At no cost to her, she was able to fly to Europe. During the flight an emergency occurred on the airplane that made it so that […]

Political Idolatry

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Six signs that your political involvement could be dangerously close to idolatry: You feel defensive whenever anyone suggests that your political involvement might not be good for you spiritually or beneficial for the work of the church. You use the pronouns “us” and “our” to refer to us as Americans more often than you use them […]

Let’s Die Doing Something

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There was a TV show about a very heavy man who decided to change his life. This man was extremely heavy – he weighted around a thousand pounds. All he did each day was lie in his bed, because that’s all that he could do. He laid in bed all day long just waiting to […]

The Art Collection

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There’s a story about a man who died extremely wealthy. His will was full of art pieces that were very expensive. This man had a son who had died before him, a son whom he loved, and this son would have been his only heir. Soon after the death of the wealthy man a public […]