You Shall Surely Die!

Justus Musinguzi

Death is not a normal part of life to which we should resign ourselves. Instead, it is a sign of God's anger at us for our sins. though we would prefer not to think about death, we can gain a great deal of wisdom by contemplating about the brevity of life, the certainty of death, and the eternity of God who governs both life and death. The reality of death shatters all our illusions of pride and independence and reminds us of God's absolute control over us and his anger against sin.

This message is intended to not only serve as a reminder of how short your life is, but also to offer you hope by pointing you to our Lord Jesus Christ, who triumphed over death. Entrust your life to him, and it will be well with your soul!

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A Family Code of Conduct

This sermon was given at a worship service on Sunday at the Zana Community Church in Kampala, Uganda. The church had a special Sunday service to celebrate the children that God has given us. All the Sunday service activities were led by children. In this sermon, entitled "A Family Code of Conduct," which was given on this occasion, we will look at the basics of Christian parenting, what the Bible says about how children should act toward their parents, and how parents should treat their children.

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Will You Join Mary at Christ's Feet to Do One Important Thing?

How much do you care about what Jesus has to say? Do you spend time with him each day, sitting at his feet, reading the Bible, quietly listening to him as he speaks to you through his word and speaking to him through prayer? Do you fail to find time to read your Bible and pray claiming that you are too busy with "many things"? ❝If you are too busy to pray, you are busier than God wants you to be.❞ — Wanda E. Brunstetter

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The Slippery Slope of Sin

Someone once said that "Experience is the best teacher, but its tuition is costly!" If you've sinned, don't be stubborn and persist in your sin because you will end up paying the high price of learning from your mistakes. Instead, learn from King Solomon's blunders and reject to sin stubbornly. Don't repent like Solomon. Rather, repent like David and ask the Lord's forgiveness for your own sins.

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