Books & Chapters
Sermons on 2 Corinthians 4 More sermons: 2 Corinthians 4
Shared by: Tim Smith on Sep, 2016
Summary: Stress. It can take a toll on us physically. In 1900, the top 10 killers were infectious diseases. By the turn of the 21st century, the top 10 killers were all related to stress. So how do we not live with stress but overcome it?
Series: Power of the Resurrection
Handcrafted by God
Shared by: Ajai Prakash on May, 2012
Summary: Is God bending, shaping, or polishing me right now? What’s my attitude: Am I thanking and praising God, or am I complaining about the process? Trials are intended not to provoke us but to prove us. See the present from the perspective of the future. Look
Shared by: Dennis Davidson on Apr, 2012
Summary: Let’s look at the Book of Proverbs & see some of the different ways heart trouble in the inner person affects us. Perhaps you will recognize one of these symptoms which is warning you of heart trouble in your inner being.
Celebrating a Great Thanksgiving ... Even in a Challenging Year
Shared by: Bruce Rzengota on Dec, 2009
Summary: AS WE BEGIN THE HOLIDAY SEASON, LET’S CLAIM THIS PROMISE, "THERE WILL BE GREAT THANKSGIVING."
When It Doesn't Make Sense, Does that make it Senseless
Shared by: Joe Robbins on Mar, 2009
Summary: Why do we try to figure out how God works?, instead of just trusting He know best.
Victory, Mistakes or Defeat in our Walk with the Lord!
Shared by: Tony Abram on Feb, 2007
Summary: This sermon deals with acknowledging our failures. Accepting God’s forgiveness. Accepting Gods victory for your life through the Word and Holy Spirit. Look at some of these who in the natural were told they could not overcome or succeed.
KNOCKED DOWN BUT NOT KNOCKED OUT
Shared by: Karl Perry on Dec, 2006
Summary: It’s good to know that it does not matter how many times we get knocked down, just as long as we get up again? And the good thing about this is the fact that when we do get back up, we may not have our full balance and composure, but just the mere effort
Troubled But Not Distressed
Shared by: Paul Fritz on Dec, 2003
Summary: Too many people fall in to the trap of feeling like they are a victim of their circumstances. John Leo, in the Dec. 8th, 2003 edition of US News and World Report writes: "Expert victimologists estimate that 91.2% of people in North America and Europe now
Shared by: Greg Huguley on Jul, 2003
Summary: First in a series of sermons about the things in life that beat us down. Here we explore how other people beat us down and how we respond in a CHristlike and God-honoring way