Sermon Series
  • 1. Love God. Love People.

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2008
    based on 48 ratings

    When Jesus was asked what mattered most to God, he said two things: Love God. Love People. This is the begining of series abou these two commands.

    This sermon is taken from my latest book, “The Greatest Commands: Learning To Love Like Jesus.” Each chapter is sermon length, alliterated, and focuses on the life and love of Jesus. You can find it here: Love God. Love People. Scott Bayles, more

  • 2. Love Through The Storm

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    Trust is an essential element in any relationship, including our relationship with God. Here Jesus teaches his followers to trust God more.

    Following Jesus through the Storm Jesus said that the single greatest command is to love God with all your heart, soul, strength, and mind—to have a genuine loving relationship with him. Most people, I think, would agree that trust is one of the central pillars supporting any loving more

  • 3. Love In All The Wrong Places

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    In John 4, Jesus encounters a woman whose been looking for love in all the wrong places. But after shareing his love with her she is changed forever.

    Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places In John 4, we meet an anonymous Samaritan woman who’s entire life is about to be transformed by the untold love of a Jewish carpenter. I imagine this encounter as a stage-play with three separate acts. But, that being the case, before we can get to the more

  • 4. Desperate For Love

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    In Mark 5, Jesus meets a woman whose desperate, but determined. After touching his garment she is delivered!

    Desperate for Love In Mark 5, we find that Jesus was a man on a mission. A very important mission. In fact, it was literally a matter of life and death. Jesus was on his way home, having just cross back over lake Galilee (this time their trip was apparently much less eventful). As always, a more

  • 5. The Loving Neighbor (Good Samaritan)

    Contributed on Jan 22, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    Jesus tells a timeless tale of a man traveling a trecherous trail. Three hearts are found in this story: the hateful heart, hurried heart, and helpful heart.

    The Loving Neighbor Robert Frost once wrote one of America’s most beloved poems. Since Mr. Frost left it untitled, some have called it The Road Not Taken, others call it The Road Less Traveled—I guess it’s a matter of perspective. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood And sorry I could not more

  • 6. The Loving Pastor

    Contributed on Jan 27, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus demonstrates the heart of a true pastor when he leads the lost sheep of Israel to green pasture... litterally.

    The Loving Pastor Pastor Jesus. It’s not a phrase you hear very often. In fact, you may never have heard Jesus referred to quite like that. Nevertheless, Jesus was and is our pastor—the Good Pastor. The word pastor—which we often use to describe our church leaders and preachers—is derived from more

  • 7. Love Bent-Double

    Contributed on Jan 27, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    Jesus performs a beautiful miracle at church one day. We see it from the persepective of the Crippled woman, Christ, Critics, and the crowd.

    Love Bent Double A while back, a friend e-mailed me a story about a seven-year-old boy whose mother asked him what he learned in Sunday school. He said, “Well, Mom, today we learned about the time when Moses was leading the people of Israel out of slavery in Egypt and across the Red Sea. They more