“Keep the Faith” – Min. S. Hamilton

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Min. Hamilton brought the word of God at our 7:30AM service, in the absence of our pastor and definitely blessed me with this sermon. I pray it blesses you as it has me.

Coming from Luke 22:31-34, here are his sermon’s highlights:

–          We have to trust God even when we can’t see Him.

–          When Jesus has something to tell us, He calls us by our real name!!

  • We have to know who we are!
  • We need to have Jesus as our informant.
    • With Him as our informant, we can brace ourselves for satanic attacks.

–          God puts us through a sifting process:

  • Threshing: applying enough pounding and pressure to get the seed without damaging the grain
  • Winnowing: grain is thrown in the air, wind blows around it and all the messis caught in the wind while the pure grain is released
    • The wind has to blow to get rid of our mess
    • After the wind, we’ll come out clean
    • Satan separates us because he wants to see what we’re made of
      • What are you made of?
        • If you’re made of the wrong stuff, your grain will be destroyed
  • We have to go through the sifting process so we can be used
    • Wheat is useless until it’s been sifted…the same is of us
    • Sifting’s used to help us help others with our testimony
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About preachersnob

Daphene, 25, is a graduate of the University of Dayton and currently finishing her last year of the MPA program. She and her husband, Alex, are active members of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Dayton, OH, under the leadership of Rev. Jamison D.H. Hunter. The daughter of Rev. Dr. Robert E. Baines Jr and Mrs. Daphene Baines, she has been active in the Black Baptist Church all of her life. "While worship is great, there's nothing greater than to hear God's voice in a sermon! I love sharing this with others and I hope this site is helpful" - Daphene

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