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  • SERMON – For Those Who Suffer - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd
    SERMON – For Those Who Suffer - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd There is no doubt that one of the frequently discussed themes in scripture is on the subject of suffering. As evidenced in many of the writings of the Old and New Testaments. The book of Job was written in search of reasons as to Why do the righteous suffer? Why do bad things happen to good people? And if we read the book in its entirety, we discover the various stages one has to work through in coming to grips with their suffering. Job you will recall lost his wealth, his family, and his health. And there are some forms of suffering, like. . . For the full sermon visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons/church-worship-for-those-who-suffer-1-peter-4 (1 Peter 4: 7 – 19) – Preached on Palm Sunday Admin note: (T150_TASCAM01)
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  • SERMON – A Strange Path to Power - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kid
    SERMON – A Strange Path to Power - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kid In the Christian Church Calendar, Palm Sunday is also designated as Passion Sunday. And rightly so because a festive parade, filled with shouts of “Hosanna, blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord,” culminates on Good Friday in a bloody Jesus upon a Cross. And in –between the pageantry of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and Good Friday, His last week upon planet earth disintegrates from high praise into the pathos and shame of being executed by crucifixion as a common criminal on a cross. How ironic it is that Jesus chose a strange path to power. By Palm Sunday Jesus was extremely well known. Everyone coming to Jerusalem for the Passover feast had heard about the Lord, and for a brevity of time, the mood was upbeat. Jesus sent His disciples to the little village of Bethpage to obtain the colt which had never been ridden, commanded them to untie it and bring it to Him. Matthew informs us the people . . . For the full sermon visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermon/church-strange-path-to-power-philippians-matthew (Philippians 2: 5 – 11, Matthew 21: 1 - 11) – Preached on Palm Sunday Admin note: (T099_TASCAM01)
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  • SERMON – Climbing Jacob's Ladder - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd
    SERMON – Climbing Jacob's Ladder - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd In this sermon, we explore Genesis and Jacob's dream of a ladder; how we still have a dying need today spoken within the word. And do you know it's American slavery connection? Push play and listen now. Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons. Admin note: (T134_TASCAM01)
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  • SERMON – Living Courageously - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd
    SERMON – Living Courageously - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd What is it meant to Live Courageously? “Lord give me strength!” – The eternal strength that doesn’t come from nothing but YOU! Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons.
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  • SERMON: I Remember Mamma Preached by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd
    SERMON: I Remember Mamma Preached by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd Today we celebrate Mother's Day. Amen. It is a day of remembrance. A day of thanksgiving to those women who have been so intricately involved not only in our birth, but in our nurture, growth and development. What to know how Mother's Day began? Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermon/listen-to-a-sermon-i-remember-mama-rev-dr-harold-e-kidd-exodus-20-proverbs-1-john-19 or http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermon
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  • SERMON – The Death of Christ - by Rev. Dr. Harold Kidd
    SERMON – The Death of Christ - by Rev. Dr. Harold Kidd It is clear through these Last Seven Words, that while Jesus is dying, He is teaching us how to deal with real life issues. From the Cross Jesus teaches us how to live, effectively and abundantly in God and to die victoriously, and gracefully in God. Between the first saying and the last saying, Jesus has hung on the cross for six hours. During these last three hours God has withdrawn Himself from His Son. And because God has lain upon Him the iniquity of us all, Jesus Himself finds Himself estranged from God. But now all is completed. The storm is passing over. The darkness is lifting. His work is done. Our reconciliation has been accomplished. And Jesus Himself is once more in communion with His Father. And just at the moment when death is beginning to take the final vestiges of life from His body, He cries with a loud voice, “Father, Into Thy Hands I commit my spirit.” . . . . . . What about you and me? When our days are like midnights. Do we moan and groan or do we affirm our faith in God as Jesus did with a loud voice. Jesus shouted with a loud voice to let His enemies know that He and the Father really are one. That He truly is the Son of God. Jesus finds a focus when He’s going through His darkest hour. And the focus is on His “Father.” And when God lets us hang there for a season, do we have the capacity to stay focused on our Father rather than what’s happening to us? – Want a copy of the entire sermon? Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermon/audio-sermon-death-of-christ-luke-23-44-46 (Luke 23: 44 – 46) – Preached on Good Friday Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons.
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  • SERMON – Fall Fresh On Me - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd
    SERMON – Fall Fresh On Me - by Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd As the Church celebrates Pentecost Sunday this morning, in developing a theme and focus for this sermon, the Lord led me to the lyrics of one of the hymns we like to sing, “Spirit of the Living God Fall fresh on me. Spirit of the Living God Fall fresh on me. Break me, melt me, mold me, fill me, Spirit of the Living God, Fall fresh on me.” Not matter the genre of Christian music, Anthem, Spiritual, Gospel, Contemporary or Rap there is something which has inspired the composer to write particular lyrics. From Isaac Watts to Charles Wesley, to Fannie J. Crosby to Bill Gaither, to Moses Hogan or Shirley Caesar, to James Cleveland, Andre Crouch, Kirk Franklin, just to name a few. They were inspired by some thought or experience. So we wonder what was the experience that inspired Daniel Iverson to write Spirit of The Living God Fall fresh On Me? (1 Corinthians 12: 1 – 11) Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons.
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  • SERMON – The Greatest Story Ever Told - by Rev. Dr. Kidd
    SERMON – The Greatest Story Ever Told - by Rev. Dr. Kidd On this Easter Sunday as the church throughout this world celebrates the resurrection of our Lord from death and the grave, I want to preach from this timely and yet timeless word, The Greatest Story Ever Told, and may the Lord bless our hearing and understanding of these all important words. Amen. When we consider the four narratives concerning Jesus’ burial and resurrection, John is the only writer as well as eye witness of the final hours in Jesus earthly life and His resurrection to inform us “That in the place where Jesus was crucified there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb in which no one had ever been laid.” (John 19:38 – John 20:10) Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons.
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  • SERMON – The Promise - by Rev. Dr. Harold Kidd
    SERMON – The Promise - by Rev. Dr. Harold Kidd Through the narrative of this Farewell Discourse we find that Jesus is building his followers up in preparation for His departure. He is giving them a glimpse of the difficult days which lie ahead after He is gone. You know, the Lord will never let anything sneak up on one of His own without some type of a warning. In some way or another, Jesus is always preparing us for the trials and tests that come into our lives. Amen. (John 16:5-15) Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons.
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  • SERMON – Kept By the Power of God - by Rev. Dr. Harold
    SERMON – Kept By the Power of God - by Rev. Dr. Harold At every stage of life we face perplexities and problems. The journey of life itself often time seems waylaid by potential difficulties. This season of Lent reminds us that like Jesus, we many times find ourselves led by The Spirit into the wilderness of temptations, threats and scarcities for the testing and development of our faith. As we look up to God through the eyes of faith we can find assurance and help in God’s protection day and night because He who watches over us does not slumber nor does he sleep. Amen. (Psalm 121, Luke 12: 16 – 21) Visit: http://inglewoodfirstpres.org/audio-sermons for more audio sermons.
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