Christian Living Sermons Index
by Pastor Jim Feeney, Ph.D.
This index of sermons by Dr. Jim Feeney is a continuation of the
"Christian Living" sermons listed at our . Both lists address a variety of topics aimed at improving your walk with the Lord. May they be a blessing to you in your personal study of God's word. Pentecostal Sermon Central
The Biblical Christian | Not a Title But a Way of Life
The Devil Made Me Do It! | A Classic Blameshift
Seven Ways to Fall Asleep
Still Bearing Fruit in Old Age
The Love of Most Will Grow Cold, Jesus Said Four Killers of Your Walk with the Lord
Why Live Your Life in the Pursuit of Holiness? Does the World Own You? Or Are You Just a Foreigner Here?
Is the Christian Life One of Peace, Trouble, or Both?
Why Do Christians Experience Suffering?
Same Old, Same Old? No!
Is Temptation Your Master or Your Slave?
Choosing a Mate | How to Marry Well
Christian Parenting | Raising Godly Children
Spanking Deficit Disorder (SDD) | Spoiling a Generation of Children
Seven Deadly Sins in the End Times
Drawing Closer to God
Backsliders' Pathways Away from God
The Man of God | A Pattern for Us
The Rivers of God
Burning with Holy Fire
Mickey Feeney: A Tribute to a Life Lived Well
Spiritual Renewal | Personal Awakening
A Defense of Traditional Christian Marriage Against Gay Marriage
Addiction Recovery | We All Need It!
Revival Requires Repentance
Crossing the Finish Line
The Radical Christian
Living Under Divine Inspiration
Be Faithful Unto Death
The Best Is Yet to Come
A Spiritual Retreat in the Desert
Make Smart Choices | Your Life Depends on It!
Living Waters from the River of Life
Running Away May Be the Smart Choice
Preventing Leanness of Soul
The Old 'Me and Jesus' Syndrome
Living the Abundant Spirit-filled Life
How to Love God His Way
Getting Your Joy Back Three Fixations You Can't Do Without
Five Keys to Personal Revival
Don't Be a Fool
Portrait of a Man of God
Christian Liberty | What It Is, What It Isn't
Grandchildren, the Crown of Old Men
Your Tongue | Control It or It Will Ruin You
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