Baptist Church in Waterbury Connecticut

Sermons from November 2015

Real Consecration

The well-known hymn, Take My Life and Let It Be, is a song about the Christian’s voluntary consecration to the Lord. The opening words read, “Take my life and let it be, consecrated, Lord to Thee.” The song appeals to the Lord to take our lives . . . our hands . . . our […]

Real Connection

  Real Connection is based on the transformation that takes place the moment one is saved.  At that very instant believers are connected to Christ in a number of ways. The Father delivers them from the power of darkness and translates them into the kingdom of His dear Son. They were dead in trespasses and […]

Real Conversion

“And being brought on their way by the church, they (Paul and Barnabas) passed through Phenice and Samaria, declaring the conversion of the Gentiles: and they caused great joy unto all the brethren.” – Acts 15:3 Acts 15:3 is the only place in the Bible that the term “conversion” appears. In its context, Paul and Barnabas […]

Real Conviction

The dictionary defines conviction as a strong belief or opinion. It is the feeling of being sure that what you believe or say is true. However, a genuine conviction only has value when it is founded on a certain and sure truth. Therefore, a biblical conviction is a conviction or a belief derived from and […]

Parable of the Mustard Seed

One third of the world claims to be followers of Jesus Christ. Globally there are 37 million churches with 50,000 new ones added every year, and no two are the same. These figures do not account for the millions of underground or house churches where it is dangerous to profess your faith publicly. There are […]