April 26th, 2014 – Sermon on “The Gift that keeps on giving” by Jeff Kendrick

Jeff Kendrick’s sermon on “The Gift that keeps on giving” started with comparisons of the planets and the sun and ended with an appeal for those touched by the call to give to go into ministry. In between the structural nature of giving in the relationship between God and man was compared to the forces holding stars and galaxies in place. Special focus was on the teachings of Jesus and Paul regarding giving.
Jeff used tIMG_0451he following scriptures: Gen 1:26-31, Matt 6:9-13, Matt 20:20-28, Luke 21:1-4, Col 1:15-20, Luke 6:27-38, 2 Cor 9:6-15, John 4:31-38

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  4-26-2014 sermon (41 Min)

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.

2 Responses to “April 26th, 2014 – Sermon on “The Gift that keeps on giving” by Jeff Kendrick”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:

    I pushed it yesterday because I wanted to hear your sermon, which I knew would be good and very worthwhile. However, my tummy took over, and I am sorry that I could not stay in the church. Thanks to you, Jeff, I was able to hear it through Sermon Blog. Your sermon was very compelling. Showing God’s giving through His massive creation and connecting that to all the “giving” that God heaps on us, and asks us to respect His giving to us, by our giving to others, was truly inspiring. I especially enjoyed your grace experienced by the kind policeman. Your testimony about you and Jeana, and your experiences when you dedicated your lives to God’s directions, was something encouraging to others. Your appeal to others, even in our congregation, to answer this Godly call was very touching. I think that when one speaks from the heart about their very own experiences, it carries a lot of weight. You and Jeana have earned the right! We are blessed to have you in our congregation. Remember Ken and me in prayer that we can get over this ailment. Thanks!

  2. John Crisp says:

    Jeff, I appreciated your thoughts and your passion.


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