Sermons by Louis Sneed (Page 3)

Midweek Message 8-30-2017

My midweek message last week and my message last Sunday was about the short and powerful prayer of Jabez. Jabez was from the tribe of Judah. We know nothing of him except what we read in 1 Chronicles 4: 9-10. His prayer changed the outcome of his life and I believe it can change ours.…

Midweek Message 6-7-2017

PASTOR’S MIDWEEK MESSAGE Have you ever been going somewhere that you had never been and you lost your sense of direction. A few weeks ago, I was going to the church camp our kids go to in Oklahoma. I missed a turn and went about 20 miles in the wrong direction. You know how I…

Midweek Message 5-31-2017

You probably never heard of James Montgomery Flagg. He designed the military poster that showed a man in a top hat, staring straight ahead and pointing his finger at whoever read the poster. It said, ” I Want You For The U S Army, Enlist Now.” I believe God is looking for us to enlist…

Midweek Message 5-24-2017

Max Lucado wrote a book about the life of David called Facing Your Giants. Most of us know the story of how David faced Goliath when no one else would. It is a story of God giving David the courage to face and overcome something that he could not do unless God was with him.…

Midweek Message 5-17-2017

PASTOR’S MIDWEEK MESSAGE How would you define courage? There are many ways. Many times we think of courage belonging to those who are on the front lines of battle in times of war. Courage is much more than that. It is facing a terminal illness, trusting God to give us comfort and peace, knowing a…

Midweek Message 4-26-2017

About a month ago I put the following message on our sign at the church: “FORGIVE, YOU’LL FEEL BETTER” Even though there is some truth in this message that is not the reason God tells us in His Word to forgive. We are to forgive others because we have been forgiven through the sacrifice of…

Midweek Message 4-19-2017

THIS WEEK I WAS READING THE LITTLE DEVOTIONAL BOOK BY KRIS WILSON CALLED “I’LL DROP YOU OFF”. MANY OF YOU KNOW KRIS DIED OF CANCER AT ONLY 38 YEARS OLD. I WILL REMEMBER KRIS NOT FOR HOW HE DIED BUT FOR HOW HE LIVED. ON DAY 18 HE WROTE THIS QUESTION IN HIS BOOK “DO…