In this sermon today Pastor Walter Jackson looks at Job’s story in Job 1:20-22, 2;:11-3, Job 38:1-2, and how Job talked about God before he spent the time to talk TO God about his situation. What if in our complaining about our situation, God is getting us ready for a greater blessing but we must stop, listen and prepare our hearts for what God is planning for us.
Looking at 1 Corinthians 12:11-18 the question was asked; “What is the most important to the bee hive? Is it the worker bee, the drone bee, or the queen bee? Who the most important part to the body of Christ?
This sermon was inspired by our Wednesday evening Bible Study on being Born Again. We explored Nicodemus and why he approached Jesus by night, what he gained and how his experience compared to the woman at the well.
Rev. Dr. Darryl Roberts of the historic Nineteenth Street Baptist Church (the oldest African American Baptist Church in Washington, D. C.)was the afternoon preacher at the Wainwright Baptist Church for Men’s Day. His powerful message came from Hebrews 12