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First Baptist Church of Floresville, Texas

First Baptist Church of Floresville, Texas
Heavenly inspired sermons at First Baptist Church of Floresville, Texas.

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Created by: John Holcombe
Created on: 05 Dec 2005
Language: English


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Add this to another station The Good, The Bad, The Ugly/Joseph vs. Judah (11.72MB; download) -- Brother Mike contrasts Joseph and his brother, Judah. Joseph was a man who followed God, even though he had been betrayed by his brothers and sold into slavery. He trusted that God had a plan for his life, no matter what the circumstances. Judah, a free man, thwarted God’s will in marrying a Canaanite woman []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Mon, 28 Nov 2016 01:54:19 UTC
Add this to another station Danger: Expectations (8.59MB; download) -- Expectations can lead to disappointment when we attempt to put God in a box and limit Him to our expectations. Instead we should have a spirit of expectancy, knowing that what is happening in our lives will lead toward good even if we don’t know the when, where, or how. Expectancy leads to hope and []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2016 21:07:12 UTC
Add this to another station Praising and Serving God (7.86MB; download) -- Psalm 100 counsels us to make a joyful shout to the LORD, regardless of our feelings, agendas, or circumstances. It is important to recognize who God is and His authority over our lives. We should serve the LORD with gladness, thanksgiving, and praise no matter what is happening in our lives. (Psalm 100: 1-2a NKJV)
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2016 21:06:53 UTC
Add this to another station Kept By God In and For His Purpose (12.95MB; download) -- Psalm 91 reminds us that we are kept in close proximity to God, standing in His shadow of love and protection, to serve His purpose for our lives. (Psalm 91 NKJV)
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2016 21:06:47 UTC
Add this to another station There’s No Place Like Home (11.07MB; download) -- “And I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever.” When we accept Jesus as our Savior, our bodies become the temple of the Holy Spirit. When we die, we will be taken to Heaven but here on earth, we already dwell with Him as the Holy Spirit dwells with us. (Psalm 23: 6b []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2016 21:06:36 UTC
Add this to another station A Sure Thing: Maturity Leads to Legacy (5.59MB; download) -- “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life;” Aren’t you glad God’s goodness is following you wherever you go? But God wants you to know him and not just when things are going good but also through the fellowship of his sufferings as stated in Psalm 119:71: “It is good []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2016 21:06:28 UTC
Add this to another station Nowhere To Land (9.05MB; download) -- “You anoint my head with oil; My cup runs over.” Shepherds put oil on their sheep’s head for several reason-to keep irritating pests from landing on the head, to protect against scabs, and to keep sheep from hurting each other when they butt heads. As Christians, we can keep the pests from filling our hearts []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2016 21:06:15 UTC
Add this to another station Table Manners (11.39MB; download) -- Before a shepherd moves his sheep to the highlands (tablelands), he must inspect them to be sure they have what the sheep need and are safe for the sheep. In the same way, God prepares our table, a place for us even in the midst of our enemies, where we can fellowship with Him and []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Mon, 19 Sep 2016 12:54:08 UTC
Add this to another station Love Taps (12.84MB; download) -- Thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me. God uses the rod to signify authority, discipline (examination), and defense. Just as a shepherd uses his rod to establish his authority over the sheep, to sometimes discipline them and to defend them, we can receive comfort knowing that God is the final authority and that he []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 04 Sep 2016 19:53:43 UTC
Add this to another station Preparation for Appreciation (11.21MB; download) -- A mountain climbers appreciation for the mountain top is enhanced because of his preparation and work to climb from the bottom to the top. So also, Christians best appreciate the mountain top experiences in their lives after experiencing and climbing out of the valleys. We fear no evil because we know that Christ will bring []
Selected by: John Holcombe [ stations ], Sun, 04 Sep 2016 19:53:35 UTC
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