April 13th, 2013 – Sermon on “Christians as kitchen knives” by Jeff Kendrick

Jeff Kendrick’s sermon on “Christians as kitchen knives” started out with a demonstration on how to sharpen a knife using a steel and proceeded into examples and scripture dealing with friends sharpening the minds of each other. The sermon then turned to Jesus sharpening our minds as friends with scripture demonstrating God’s often deadly response to rebellion and lying.

IMG_0451Jeff used the following scriptures: Prov. 27:17,  Matt. 18:15-17, John 15 :11-15, Prov. 9:10-12, Number 16: 1-50, Matt. 7:13-14, Acts 5:1-11,  2 Pt. 3:10-15

Listen to audio of the ceremony here ->   4-13-2013 sermon2

Jeff Kendrick attends the Conroe Church of God 7th Day with his wife Jeana.  Although he is not a preacher by profession, he occasionally contributes sermons and is the founder of this blog.

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2 Responses to “April 13th, 2013 – Sermon on “Christians as kitchen knives” by Jeff Kendrick”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:

    Enjoyed your sermon yesterday! You always seem to come up with very interesting topics that convict us, which is what sermons should do. Sharpening of knives became our dinner topic, along with the serious application of the sermon. You and your family have always been a part of our church family, and everyone expressed happiness at your desire to become full-fledged family members. You have brought much happiness and joy to our church as you lead us ever closer to a fuller, deeper relationship with Jesus. Thank you so much!

  2. John Crisp says:

    Jeff, I enjoyed your sermon and was sharpened and encouraged. I also started reading the Bible again from cover to cover two or three months ago and am thoroughly enjoying, discovering things that I have overlooked before, or could it be I have just forgotten. No, I believe when we read and meditate on the Scripture we are exploring the mind of God which we will never comprehend completely, and as we read, the Holy Spirit with the Scripture as the steel,is sharpening our appreciation, our resolve, our faith, and yes, convicting us of our failures.


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