Jump to content
Online Baptist
  • Welcome Guest

    Tired of all the fighting that goes on in facebook groups? Are you ready for a community where you can talk about things of God and the Bible without getting branded a heretic? Well, we are glad you found us. Why don't you give us a try and see how friendly and different we are. - BroMatt

Contributors to this sermon

Sermon on Depression

BroMatt

95 views

Sermon on Depression - Lighthouse Baptist Church: San Diego, California. I have had the privilege of hearing Pastor Doug Fisher preach on numerous occasions at The Summit at Solid Rock Baptist Church in Berlin, NJ. There has been many messages that he preached that has helped me as a pastor and issues that we were dealing with in our church.

 



2 Comments


Recommended Comments

Thank you for posting this sermon BroMatt. He does an excellent job of bringing out the concept of "All things work together for good, to them that are the called according to His purpose. Although he never actually mentions that verse, the concept is there in his assertion of "what I do now thou knowest not, but thou shall know later".

Share this comment


Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


  • Sermon Stats

    • Total Sermons
      61
    • Total Entries
      263
  • Sermons & Devotions

  • Blog Comments

    • Walking down an aisle and repeating a rote prayer; or being baptized as an infant, does not save anyone. Gavin Newsome considered himself a "Christian" because he was raised a Catholic and attended mass. This is the hypocrisy of this loser Mayor who had issued same-sex marriage licenses. He needs to REPENT and to truly be born again!!! God Bless!
    • I invited a Christian brother over for supper once and asked if he would say Grace, and he said "sure, I'll say it . . . Grace and Amen!" My blood was boiling, and so I had a word with him afterwards because I didn't want to embarrass him in front of his wife.
    • I didn't even know that this website had devotionals until a few days back. As mentioned by Alan, it is the Father who does the "pruning" so that we can bring forth MORE fruits in due season. And in that parable -- Jesus said that we can do NOTHING unless we "abide" in Him. The Roman Catholics and their pedophile priests put so much time and effort into "purifying" themselves, when all the while they're heaping judgment unto themselves with their self-righteousness which is a stench in the nostrils of our Lord God. God Bless!
    • Good devotion on modesty, clothing, shame and Titus 2:9
    • Good sermon and an excellent lesson in sound doctrine. It is sad that liberal thinking is so easily acceptable and comfortable to receive and live by.  Its no wonder that some churches fall so easily and  the congregation is made weak.    Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted. Gal.6:1 Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ: Eph. 4:13
    • Thank you for uploading the sermon on Acts 15:12-41. I appreciate what you said at the conclusion, "All the while the primary goal is not to harm and keep pure the gospel ministry, in spite of any unresolved personal differences. "  
    • Very good message on the history of circumcision, started by Abraham and the patriarchs, (John 7:22 & Acts 7:8), and the distinction between Israel and the church. I enjoyed your exposition concerning this matter, Acts 15, circumcision, the nation of Israel, the Gentiles who get saved, and salvation through faith. Your exposition of Acts 13:39; 21:20-29; 24:1-21; and 26:1-8 and Galatians 1:13-24, is commendable.
    • I should have had three sermons for Acts 15 but didn't so basically this is two sermons in one. The first part we dealt with James use of scripture supporting Peter's testament and conclusions and around the forty minute mark transition to how they were to resolve the issue with their sister church in Antioch.
    • Thank you for uploading the sermon.
    • Thank you for posting this sermon BroMatt. He does an excellent job of bringing out the concept of "All things work together for good, to them that are the called according to His purpose. Although he never actually mentions that verse, the concept is there in his assertion of "what I do now thou knowest not, but thou shall know later".
×