• Freddy Fritz

    Contributing sermons since Mar 30, 2004
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Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church
Tampa, Florida 33647
(813) 973-2484

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  • The Lord Is In His Holy Temple

    Contributed on May 26, 2024
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    Psalm 11:1-7 teaches us to trust in the Lord despite advice to the contrary.

    Introduction Today, I would like to begin our summer series of sermons. Due to summer schedules with people traveling and various interruptions, I thought it would be wise to do a series of messages that do not build from one week to the next. So, over the summer months, I would like us to more

  • Priorities For Ministry

    Contributed on May 17, 2024
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    Acts 6:1-7 teaches us about Satan’s attack of distraction and the church’s priorities for ministry.

    Introduction Christians are not immune from trials and difficulties just because they are Christians. Conversion to Christ does not cause our problems to evaporate and disappear. Part of the reason for our continuing trials is that we have an enemy, Satan, who constantly works to cause us to more

  • Responses To The Gospel

    Contributed on May 3, 2024
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    Acts 5:17-42 shows us different responses to the gospel, responses that we still see today.

    Introduction After Pentecost, the message of the resurrection of Jesus Christ spread rapidly in Jerusalem as Spirit-empowered believers shared the gospel with unbelievers. Miraculous signs and wonders accompanied the proclamation of the gospel, and no one could deny that God was at work in a more

  • Signs And Wonders

    Contributed on Apr 26, 2024
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    Acts 5:12-16 shows us some keys to the accomplishment of the church’s mission.

    Introduction John MacArthur wrote these words: A perennial problem the church of Jesus Christ faces is a lack of focus on its mission (John F. MacArthur Jr., Acts, vol. 1, MacArthur New Testament Commentary [Chicago: Moody Press, 1994], 159). He goes on to note that widespread confusion exists more

  • The Trouble With Lying

    Contributed on Apr 19, 2024
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    Acts 5:1-11 teaches us about the trouble with lying.

    Introduction I asked ChatGPT the following question, “What is the trouble with lying?” Here is the partial answer I received, which is pretty good: The trouble with lying lies in its multiple negative consequences, both for the liar and those around them. Here are some key issues: (1) Erosion of more

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  • Receiving Confirmation For A Significant Event Or ...

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2009

    Receiving confirmation for a significant event or activity is often important. When I was in the South African Air Force serving as an Air Traffic Controller, I used to tease the permanent force guys mercilessly. At a certain time each year they would receive news of promotions and new assignments. more

  • Joy Is Black

    Contributed on Sep 10, 2009

    JOY IS BLACK I recently read the following letter that was sent to Dr. Michael Youssef, pastor of The Church of the Apostles in Atlanta. The letter was sent by Mrs. Lane, who has been a primary school teacher for 38 years: Dear Michael, One day I was trying to teach my students the more

  • When I Was In The South African Air Force I Had ...

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2005

    When I was in the South African Air Force I had the opportunity to march in a military tattoo. There were about 120 Air Force marchers lined up in rows of three. We drilled several hours a day for many weeks. Finally, we got to the military tattoo. It was marvelous to watch 120 Airmen dressed in more

  • I Remember A Speaker At One Of The Chapel ...

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2005
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    I remember a speaker at one of the chapel services at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where I went to seminary. Having being introduced as our main Missions Conference speaker for the week, he asked us to pray with him. We all bowed in prayer and, after a pregnant pause, John Stensether more