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"Be very careful, then, how you live - not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity..." (*Powerpoint Available - #224)
Three promises of Easter: Empty Cross - the forgiveness of sins, Empty Tomb - eternal life, Empty Burial Clothes - personal relationship with Jesus.
Contributor: Steven Kellett (14 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian Missionary Alliance
With all my heart I believe we are a people & a nation that have truly been blessed by God. And of all those who "give thanks to Him & praise His name" our name should be at the top of the list!
This morning I would like to share with you three things we learn about thanksgiving from the Bible.
Contributor: Steve Malone (256 sermons shared)
Let us consider some of the changes, some of the transformations, that the resurrection of Jesus has already made. (Powerpoint Available - #230)
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:1-15:11
Calvary was the place of Three Crosses - of Rebellion, of Repentance and of Redemption - and the choice is ours.
Contributor: Owen Bourgaize (137 sermons shared)
A "stand alone" message but also good for communion. See also "A Portrait of The Bread". Link included to both sermons in Formatted Text, w/ Handouts and Powerpoint Presentations and Templates.
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (658 sermons shared)
The significance of the special meal God has prepared for us.
Contributor: Robert Leroe (336 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:14-10:22
Tags: Lord's Supper
In the Gospel of Luke, we come across two characters who make their appearance in the final acts of the Christmas drama. One is a man named Simeon; the other is a woman named Anna. They donít appear in any nativity scenes or in many Christmas cards, but
Series: Christmas Characters
Contributor: Brian Bill (500 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 2:22-2:38
The Bible teaches that we are to be people who exercise love in all of our relationships with one another.
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13:3, 1 Corinthians 1:1-1:3, 1 Corinthians 13:1-13:15, 1 Corinthians 13:1-13:13