03.20.14

Dating Advice For Christian Singles

Posted in Encouragement, Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations, Encouraging Sermons at 12:13 am by Administrator

In the words of my pastor, Dr. Ephraim Williams, you must learn how to “date with your ears and not with your eyes.” That is to say, you must not be seduced by a brother’s physical appearance.

Never allow a person’s looks to overshadow what a person has to say. Instead, you must pay special attention what he says about himself, people in general, his family, his past relationships, his beliefs, and most certainly, what he says about God and the church.

Many Singles, even Christian Singles, date with their “eyes” instead of dating with their “ears,” because a) it requires less work, and b) their sex drive is so intense and hypnotizing.

If you do not control your sex drive:

  • Your sex drive will drive you crazy.
  • Your sex drive will drive you to depression and despair.
  • Your sex drive will drive you to contracting all sorts of infections and diseases.
  • Your sex drive will drive you to a horribly low self-esteem.
  • Your sex drive will drive you into the arms of a leeching, kryptonite brother who will expect you to take care of him!

Christian Singles, you must realize that the sex drive is so powerful until the only thing that can control it is the Holy Spirit!

You can help the Holy Spirit by 1) getting your mind off lust; 2) staying away from “kryptonite” people (that is, people who make you weak): and 3) avoiding compromising situations. (Philippians 4:8; Isaiah 26:3; II Corinthians 6:14; I Corinthians 6:18-20)

My late father, Dr. Manuel Scott, Sr. used to say, “If Adam had had the right Eve in the garden, we would still be in paradise.” (The Quotable Manuel Scott, Sr: Words From A Gospel Genius, 2010)

Someone may appear to be “eye candy,” but just like diabetes, they can do great harm to your system. The disadvantage of dating with your “eyes” is that you usually end up with a “pretty devil” and a broken heart!

I Samuel 16:7: “But the Lord said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance or on the height of his stature, because I have refused him; for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.”

The main advantage of dating with your “ears” is that you give yourself time to get to know a person before making an emotional commitment to them.

In the end, one way or another, a person’s speech and conversation will eventually reveal to you who they really are and what they are all about.

(Adapted excerpt from Evangelist Scott’s new lecture entitled Sister, Does Your Man Pass The Test?”)

Be Encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.




Related Blog Posts:

Encouraging Poem For Single Mothers


Related Christian Resources by Evangelist Scott:

“Sister, Does Your Man Pass The Test?” Lecture

“How To Be Single And Wise” Lecture

The Importance Of Keeping It Fresh” Lecture

“How To Choose A Christian Mate” (Singles Conference Recording on CD)

Evangelist Scott’s brand new lecture entitled Sister, Does Your Man Pass The Test? is for:

  • Sisters who are tired of having one relationship after another after another after another.
  • Sisters who are tired of being single.
  • Sisters who are tired of not feeling secure, protected and cherished by a strong, sensitive, saved man!
  • Sisters who still believe in the sanctity, sweetness and romance of a marriage “made in heaven.” (Matthew 19:5-6)



Related Sermons by Evangelist Scott:

“But Is The Price Too High?”
“Be Careful What You Put In Your System”
“Before You Stumble Again”



Additional Christian Resources:

Our Daily Bread: The Pursuit

His Needs, Her Needs by Willard F. Harley, 2011.

11.03.12

A Word About Political Correctness

Posted in Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations at 10:21 pm by Administrator

In these godless, immoral and spiritually confusing times, it is exceedingly important that we Christians realize that we have NOT been called to be “politically correct.” Instead, we have been called to be biblically correct, morally correct and spiritually correct.

“Then Peter and the other disciples answered and said, ‘We ought to obey God rather than men’.”
Acts 5:29

Christians have no business whatsoever getting direction and validation from a popular culture that is anti-God and anti-Bible, no matter how glamorous or sensational it may be. In other words, we who are blood-bought, blood-washed and Holy Ghost-filled believers should NEVER get our moral and spiritual guidance from Oprah, Dr. Phil, Tyra Banks, Steve Harvey, Tyler Perry, Judge Judy, Modern Family, The View, Lady Gaga or Jerry Springer, to name a few.

“Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly.”
Psalm 1:1

We would do well to listen to the words of the great Scottish homiletician, Dr. P. T. Forsyth, who said, “If we do not have within us that which is above us, we will soon yield to that which is around us.”

My dear friend, C. E. McLain, has astutely said, “It is one thing to be tolerant and open-minded, but it is another thing to try to re-write Scripture.”

Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect will of God.” Romans 12:2

In this loose and “anything goes” society, God’s Word instructs you and corrects you (II Timothy 3:16). God has the final Word. Don’t get to the point where God can’t tell you anything!

Stand on the principles, values and standards that are in line with God’s Word and God’s Will.

“For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” Mark 8:36

Be encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.

(Adapted from Evangelist Scott’s lecture, What’s Up? A Biblical Statement On Earrings, Tattoos, Living On The Down Low, and Gangsta Rap Music)

Related Blog Posts:

Related Sermons by Evangelist Scott:

  • But Is The Price Too High?
  • Before You Stumble Again
  • A Fig Leaf Situation
  • The Importance Of Living Vertically
  • Things That Will Wreck Your Home

Additional Christian Resources:

I Never Thought I’d See The Day:Culture At The Crossroads by David Jeremiah (Faith Works, 2011)


Making Gay Okay

by Robert R. Reilly (Ignatius Press, 2014)

God Speaks To Graduates
by Evangelist Scott

Christian Believers And The L.O.R.D. Question
by Evangelist Scott

It’s H.I.P. To Be Holy
by Evangelist Scott

When Sunday Is Not Enough by Evangelist Scott

A Christian Perspective On AIDS And Homosexuality
by Evangelist Scott

Decision Card (Five Questions Every Young Person Should Ask Before Making A Major Decision) by Evangelist Scott

Our Daily Bread: “No More, No Less, October 16, 2012

Our Daily Bread: “The Best Teacher, June 13, 2012

Our Daily Bread: “Stand Fast”, October 30, 2012

08.15.12

No Need To Worry

Posted in Encouragement, Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations, Encouraging Sermons at 7:20 pm by Administrator

The astute C. S. Lewis once said, “But tho’ there is much to be puzzled about, there is nothing to be worried about.”

This statement assures us that peace of mind, for the believer, has little to do with our understanding of events, but everything to do with our faith in Him who navigates and controls all events.

In other words, even when we are tossed to and fro by the storms of bewilderment, questions and worries, we can be at perfect peace, because the captain and lifeguard of the ship is Christ Jesus Himself, the Prince of Peace.

“Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10

I’ve been saying for some time, while you’re trying to figure it out, God is already working it out.

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways, acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6

If you make a habit of just focusing down on earthly issues, you will be depressed and confused every time. But, if you focus up on eternal issues — eternal issues that put earthly issues in their proper perspective, you will operate in confidence, peace and power.

“Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.” Isaiah 26:3

The essence of your peace comes from how consistent you are in looking up “from whence cometh your help, your help cometh from the Lord.” Psalm 121:1-2

“For we walk by faith, not by sight.” II Corinthians 5:7

“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them that are the called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28

(Excerpt from Say It Well: Preaching And Teaching Ideas For Serious Preachers And Teachers lecture by Evangelist Manuel Scott Jr)

Be Encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.

Related Blog Posts by Evangelist Scott:

Related Sermons by Evangelist Scott:

  • “Always, Always”
  • “Hallelujah Anyhow”

Related Christian Resources by Evangelist Scott:

  • I Am Too Blessed To Be Stressed lecture
  • Let’s Not Go There: 15 Spiritual Principles To Help Christians Cope lecture

Additonal Christian Resources:

07.18.12

Nelson Mandela

Posted in Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations at 4:44 pm by Administrator

On reflecting on Nelson Mandela’s 94th birthday today, I remembered a quote from my father in my book, The Quotable Manuel Scott Sr: Words From A Gospel Genius about Mandela:

In speaking of the near angelic graciousness and utterly remarkable absence of hatred and ill will that characterized Nelson Mandela upon his release from prison after twenty-seven years, my father remarked, “There are some things prison cannot jail.” Quote # 395

Happy Birthday, Nelson Mandela!

Frontline: “The Long Walk Of Nelson Mandela” documentary

Be Encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.

Related Posts:

05.03.12

Three Ways God Answers Our Prayers

Posted in Encouragement, Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations, Encouraging Sermons at 6:04 pm by Administrator

Prayer is the intimate oral and mental communication with God that lets us know that God hears, God cares, and God is able to act.

Prayer is friendship with God.” George Buttrick

Prayer involves a concerned earthly child connecting with a concerned heavenly Father (Matthew 6:9).

“Prayer honors God, acknowledges His being, exalts His power, adores His providence, secures His aid.” E.M. Bounds

Prayer is the spiritual gymnasium in which we exercise and practice godliness.” V. L. Crawford

Because Christians strongly believe that our God is a God who hears and answers prayer, it is most important that we explore, as best we can, how God answers prayer.

I contend that there are three significant ways that God answers prayer:

  • God says “YES”

This answer means that God agrees with our requests and answers accordingly.

The story of Hannah and the birth of her son Samuel is a good example of God saying, “YES!” Read I Samuel 1:26-28.

My late great father Dr. Manuel Scott, Sr.’s sermon, Footnotes To An Answered Prayer, tells of lessons learned when God answered YES to his fervent prayer in his youth.

  • God says, Not Until Some Conditions Are Met

This answer means that God indeed plans to grant our requests. However, He desires that certain terms be met either by the person asking, or in regard to what the person is asking for.

In other words, when God answers in this manner, He is either saying that YOU are not yet ready to handle what you have asked for, OR, WHAT you have asked for is not yet ready for you!

For example, if you are a Sister and you ask God for a certain Brother, and God answers you by saying, “Not until certain conditions are met,” God is either saying to you:

1. YOU need to get yourself “more together,” perhaps in terms of your attitude, associations, family ties, habits, finances, etc., before He will grant your request

OR

2. That Brother who you have asked for needs to get himself “more together,” perhaps in terms of his attitude, associations, family ties, habits, finances, etc., before God will grant you your request.

Moreover, whenever you perceive that God is answering you by saying, “Not until certain conditions are met,” you have several options:

1. You can discern that you need to make some improvements.

2. You can discern that what you have asked for needs more time to make the necessary adjustments.

3. You can discern that both you and what you have asked for need more time.

4. You can decide to change what you have asked for altogether and ask for something new.

A biblical example of God answering a prayer with “Not Until Some Conditions Are Met” can be found in II Chronicles 7:14.

  • God says, I Have Something Better For You

This type of an answer means that God is answering you with what I call a “proactive No.” By this I mean that God says to you, “While I’m not going to give you what you want, I am going to give you something that is much better, better for you and all concerned.”

For example: Sisters, if God, in His infinite wisdom, doesn’t give you that brother you have asked for, STAY FAITHFUL, for God will give you a brother who will be much better for you and your entire situation!

“Prayer is the voice of faith.” William Van Horne

A biblical example of this kind of answer can be found in Matthew 26:39.

“Be thankful that God’s answers are wiser than your answers.” William Culbertson

“God alone fully understands what each of us needs. We make mistakes continually and pray for things which would be harmful to us if we received them. Afterwards we see our mistakes and realize that God is good and wise in not giving us these things, even though we plead ever so earnestly for them.” O. Hallesby

When you pray, it is important that you believe that God’s answer, whatever it is, will always be for our benefit.

“Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need.” Hebrews 4:16

“Pray without ceasing.” I Thessalonians 5:17

Adapted from Evangelist Scott’s The Need And Importance Of Family Prayer lecture

Related Sermons by Evangelist Scott:

Always, Always

It’s Not Over Until God Has Spoken




Be encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.


Links To Other Helpful Christian Resources On Prayer:

National Day Of Prayer website

Praying In Victory website

Our Daily Bread devotional on prayer

Bible Study Planet: Prayer And Faith

04.07.12

Jesus Died For Our Sins

Posted in Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations, Encouraging Sermons at 5:39 am by Administrator

The suffering and death of Jesus was not accidental because it was all prophesied in the Old Testament. (Matthew 26:56) God the Father was in control of the situation every step of the way. Jesus told Pilate, “To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth…” (John 18:37)

I suggest you read He Chose The Nails by Max Lucado (2000).

The movie, The Passion Of The Christ, masterfully portrayed the complicity of the chief priests, Caiaphas, Pilate, Judas, the Romans and the crowd as all having played a part in the murder of Jesus.

Did the Jews kill Jesus? Yes!
Did the Romans kill Jesus? Yes!
Did the chief priests kill Jesus? Yes!
Did Pilate kill Jesus? Yes!
Did Judas kill Jesus? Yes!
Did the crowd kill Jesus? Yes!
Did Adam and Eve kill Jesus? Yes!
Did you and I kill Jesus? Yes!

My friends, the bottom line to the whole matter is that Sin killed Jesus! The Jews’ sin. The Romans’ sin. The chief priests’ sin. Caiaphas’ sin. Pilate’s sin. Adam and Eve’s sin. Your sins. My sins. Sin, in all of its demonic ugliness, killed Jesus!

Romans 3:23 “For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.”

Even as born-again Christians, we all sin sometimes. “There is none righteous, no, not one.” (Romans 3:10)

It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been saved
. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been in church. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been preaching or teaching God’s word. We all sin sometimes. (excerpt from “Before You Stumble Again” sermon)

To paraphrase Reinhold Niebuhr in Why Niebuhr Matters, sin is serious resistance to the divine way of doing things.

Adam and Eve had everything. They were living in paradise! They were never meant to get sick, die or want for anything. But they were seduced by the serpent into believing that there was something better than living inside the will of God.

When Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden, they stained all of humanity. Ever since, mankind has desperately tried to remove the stain. The prophets couldn’t remove the stain. The patriarchs couldn’t remove the stain. So God stepped in, metaphorically speaking, and said, “I’m going to send a sacrifice. I’m going to send a stain-remover, My Son Jesus Christ. His precious blood will wash away the stain.” (adapted from “Yes, He Is!” sermon)

“Worthy is the Lamb that was slain.” (Revelations 5:12)
Jesus is the “supreme stain-remover.”

Christ came, lived redemptively, died vicariously, and rose victoriously.”
The late great Dr. Manuel Scott Sr, Quote #245 in The Quotable Manuel Scott Sr: Words From A Gospel Genius, 2010

That’s why the hymnwriter Robert Lowery wrote:

What can wash away my sins?
Nothing but the blood of Jesus

What can make me whole again?
Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

“But God commended His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8

Christ died for us. Why can’t we live for Him?

Adapted from the Teaching Insights From “The Passion Of The Christ” lecture by Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.

Be encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.


Related Sermons by Evangelist Manuel Scott Jr:

  • It’s All In The Blood
  • Yes, He Is!
  • When God Flips The Script

Related Christian Resources::

Our Daily Bread: “Bottled Water Binge”

01.15.12

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Posted in Encouragement, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations at 8:59 am by Administrator

Today would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s 83rd birthday. Let us take time to remember Dr. King’s life and legacy.

My late father, Dr. Manuel Scott, Sr. wrote in his book, The Gospel For The Ghetto: “I attach great significance to the fact that those liberation movements which have had the greatest influence for good on history have been sponsored and spearheaded, under God, by those who lived on spiritual frontiers.” Dr. Martin Luther King was among that number.

As Jack E. White reflected on Dr. King’s legacy in Time magazine in 1998, he wrote, “King was a preacher who spoke in biblical cadences ideally suited to leading a stride toward freedom that found its inspiration in the Old Testament story of the Israelites and the New Testament gospel of Jesus Christ.”

While we are all familiar with Dr. King’s famous “I Have A Dream” speech, here are some lesser known quotes from this great civil rights leader that are as relevant today as they were when he spoke them:

“Ultimately a great nation is a compassionate nation.”

“We must all learn to live together as brothers or we will all perish together as fools.”

“I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become reality.”

“We must use the weapon of love. We must have compassion and understanding from those who hate us. We must realize so many people are taught to hate us that they are not totally responsible for their hate.”

“…unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.”

(Quotes taken from Great Peacemakers: True Stories From Around The World by Ken Beller and Heather Chase, LTS Press, 2008)

Other great books about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.:

A Testament Of Hope: The Essential Writings And Speeches Of Martin Luther King, Jr. edited by James M. Washington, 1986

The Autobiography Of Martin Luther King edited by Clayborne Carson, Warner Books, 1998

Growing Up King: An Intimate Memoir by Dexter Scott King with Ralph Wiley, Warner Books, 2003

“We must work unceasingly to uplift this nation that we love to a higher destiny, to a higher plateau of compassion, to a more noble expression of humanness.” Dr. Martin Luther King

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” Matthew 5:9

Be Encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott Jr.

Related Printed Lectures by Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr:

Yes, God Can! (Prophetic Reflections In The Election Of Barack Obama As The 44th President Of The United States)

01.07.12

Let Go And Let God

Posted in Encouragement, Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations, Encouraging Sermons at 11:52 pm by Administrator

The virgin Mary is the perfect example of someone who let go and let God. When an angel told Mary that she would give birth to baby Jesus, the Son of God, she responded, “Be it unto me according to thy word.” (Luke 1:38) Without hesitation, Mary submitted to God’s Will with her whole heart. (Our Daily Bread, December 24, 2005) Mary let go and let God.

Even Jesus Christ Himself let go and let God in the garden of Gethsemane. In the midst of great anguish, Jesus prayed, “Nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt.” As my good friend Dr. J.G. McCann recently put it on the Praise The Lord show on TBN, “Jesus prayed all night long, asking the Lord for direction that He might make the right selection.” (Matthew 26:36-44)

Your life will never know joy, victory or fulfillment until you make God’s Will your top priority! When God speaks, you need to listen and obey.

The best place to be is inside the Will of God!

Have Thine Own Way, Lord!

Have Thine own way, Lord! Have Thine own way!
Thou art the Potter, I am the clay;
Mold me and make me after Thy will,
While I am waiting, yielded and still.

Adelaide A. Pollard
Isaiah 64:8

Let go and let God. Do whatever He tells you to do. (Genesis 22:1-14; John 2:1-5)

When the servants at the wedding in Cana did what Jesus told them to do, Jesus turned water into wine. In other words, Jesus turned a negative situation (no wine) into a positive situation (plenty of wine!). Your “water” may be a health problem. Your “water” may be a family problem. Your “water” may be a marital problem. Your “water” may be a financial problem. Whatever your “water” may be, Jesus has the power to turn your negative situation into a postitive situation. (excerpt from my “Jesus Still Makes House Calls” sermon -John 2:1-11)

Let go and let God!

“. . .When Jesus takes us to a place we would rather not go, it is really a better place.” M. Craig Barnes, When God Interrupts, 1996.

Let go and let God!

“. . .Unless we learn dependence we will never experience grace.” Philip Yancey, Where Is God When It Hurts?, 1990

The great Paul Tournier once said, “What I have to do is put my signature at the foot of a blank page on which I will accept whatever God wishes to write. I cannot predict what He will put on this blank contract as my life proceeds – but I give my signature today.”

Whatever trust is, whatever faith is, whatever commitment is, whatever surrender is, it is giving God our signature at the bottom of a blank page and letting Him do all the writing. And whatever God writes, although hard to read and accept sometimes, it is alright because He know what’s best and He knows the way!

Nothing is too hard for God. The God we serve is “able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.” Ephesians 3:20

Let go and let God.

God is our refuge and our strength, a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 46:1

Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10

Be encouraged,

Evangelist Manuel Scott, Jr.

Related Sermons by Evangelist Scott:

  • It’s Not Over Until God Has Spoken
  • He Is Still Jehovah-Jireh
  • Jesus Still Makes House Calls

  • Related Printed Lectures by Evangelist Scott:

  • If You’re Going Through Hard Times
  • I’m Too Blessed To Be Stressed
  • When Singles Are In The House

  • Related Posts: “All Things Work Together For Good”

    11.30.11

    Every Day Is A Day Of Thanksgiving

    Posted in Encouragement, Encouraging Bible Verses, Encouraging Christian Resources, Encouraging Quotations, Encouraging Sermons at 4:00 pm by Administrator

    I trust and pray that you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    For believers, every day is a day of thanksgiving.  David says, “I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth.”  (Psalm 34:1)

    Unfortunately, all too often the following statement is true:

    “We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude.”  Novelist Cynthia Ozick, quoted in the Selma Alabama Times Journal (The Week, November 18, 2011)

    Never forget to thank God for your many blessings.  “In everything gives thanks: for this is the will of God concerning you.”  (I Thessalonians 5:18)

    I preached the Sunday after Thanksgiving at Bethel Baptist Church in San Diego, CA, where Dr. John Ringgold is pastor.  I was blessed by the choir’s rendition of “For Every Mountain” (Kurt Carr, No One Else album).

    For Every Mountain

    I’ve got so much to thank God for,
    So many wonderful blessings
    ,
    And so many open doors,
    A brand new mercy,
    Along with each new day;
    That’s why I praise You,
    And for this I give You praise.

    For waking me up this morning,
    For starting me on my way,
    For letting me see the sunshine
    Of a brand new day;
    A brand new mercy
    Along with each new day
    That’s why I praise You,
    For this I give You praise.

    You’re Jehovah Jireh,
    You’ve been my provider,
    So many times You met my needs,
    So many times You rescued me,
    I want to thank You for the blessings,
    You give to me each day;
    That’s why I praise You,
    For this I give You praise
    .

    For every mountain You’ve brought me over
    For every trial You’ve seen me through
    For every blessing, Hallelujah
    For this, I give You praise.”

    Kurt Carr


    There is always reason to rejoice and thank God for His goodness. Today, I am happy glad that I’m alive in Jesus!

    “Rejoice in the Lord always; and again I say, Rejoice.”  (Philippians 4:4)

    “But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”  (I Corinthians 15:57)

    “Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His name.”  Psalm 100:4

    “Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.”  (Ephesians 5:20)

     
    Every day is a day of thanksgiving.


    Be encouraged,

    Evangelist Manuel Scott Jr.

    Related Christian Resources by Evangelist Scott

  • I’m Too Blessed to Be Stressed  printed lecture
  • “Always, Always” sermon on CD
  • “Count Your Many Blessings” sermon on CD and DVD