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Eating the fruit of your labor - Part I
Shared by: Pastor (Dr.) Francesca Fajinmi on Dec, 2016
Summary: Our labor bears fruits but the fruits are not worth eating. This sermon debunks the idea that the fruit of our labor is worth eating or enjoying. This is the first part of a two part sermon
The Conversion of Paul
Shared by: Christopher Benfield on Oct, 2016
Summary: Paul's encounter with the Lord brought about a radical transformation in his life. He began a walk of faith with the Lord that offered hope and assurance of eternal life. Of all the walks one takes with the Lord by faith, salvation is by far the best.
Series: Walking by Faith
"The Power of a Proper U-Turn"
Shared by: David Henderson on Aug, 2016
Summary: Turning around can be difficult and painful. I mean let’s face it when you have to turn around there is usually only one good reason. You have realized you’re going in the wrong direction. This is exactly what happened to a man named Saul
Series: Highway to Heaven
The Transformation of a Righteous Man
Shared by: Lynn Malone on May, 2016
Summary: Paul/Saul was a righteous man, but not until he encountered Jesus on the road to Damascus was his life forever changed. This message deals with Paul's transforming encounter with Jesus Christ.
Series: Transformation: Possible
The Damascus Road
Shared by: Dennis Lee on Apr, 2016
Summary: This is the last sermon in the "A Journey To and From Easter." It looks at Saul of Tarsus and his encounter with the Risen Lord Jesus when he became the Apostle Paul. We look at this road being a road of confrontation, change, and challenge.
Series: A Journey To and From Easter
The Turning Point
Shared by: David Owens on Apr, 2016
Summary: In this second sermon on the life of Paul, I continue to use Charles Swindoll's book, Paul: A Man of Grace and Grit. This sermon is about Saul's conversion.
Archenemy to Ambassador
Shared by: Ernie Arnold on Mar, 2016
Summary: Here is the call/conversion story of Saul . From that story we understand: 1. We need to be open for the Lord's realignments 2. We need to be open for New Spiritual Revelations 3. We need to be ready to accept New Spiritual Assignments
Saul of Tarsus' Conversion
Shared by: Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Feb, 2016
Summary: To establish that Saul of Tarsus’ conversion followed the New Testament’s “pattern of conversions” as depicted in the Book of Acts. This lesson dispels the false notion that Saul was saved on the road to Damascus; rather than in the city, 3 days later.
God Is Calling You-But I Don't Know God
Shared by: Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jan, 2016
Summary: This is #4 in our Series God Is Calling You- Sometimes people think they know God, but they really don't. We are all recreating God in our own image. This message deals with Saul's call into the ministry and his false views of Jesus.
A Life Transformed
Shared by: Curtis E. Nester on Oct, 2015
Summary: A very religious Saul, on the way to Damascus to persecute Christians, is transformed in an encounter with Christ. Saul, the persecutor becomes Paul, the world's greatest missionary, and people living today can have their lives transformed.
Series: Adventures in Acts
I love Sundays - Because of How God Surprised me
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Sep, 2015
Summary: God wants to surprise you on Sundays to show you He is who He says He is. Are you willing to let Him surprise you? If you let Him surprise you on Sunday then watch out surprises will also come Monday thru Saturday! God loves to say, “Surprise!”
Series: I Love Sundays
THE CONVERSION OF PAUL
Shared by: Douglas Phillips on Sep, 2015
Summary: THE CONVERSION OF PAUL IS CERTAINLY ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE ACCOUNTS RECORDED IN SCRIPTURE. NO TWO CONVERSIONS ARE EVER THE SAME, AND I BELIEVE IT COULD BE ARGUED THAT THE ACCOUNT OF PAUL’S CONVERSION IS THE MOST DRAMATIC, AND THE LONGEST RECORDED IN SCRIPTURE
#5 Being Transformed by a Divine Encounter
Shared by: Ronald Thorington on Mar, 2015
Summary: This sermon shows the importance of encountering God if we have any hope of being transformed. Scriptures give many example of those whoes lives were changed by an encounter with God.
Series: Transformation Series
Bridges and Ditches: People of The Way (Sermon #2 of 5)
Shared by: Ken Pell on Jan, 2015
Summary: The reason the first century church turned the world upside down was not because of some religio-socio-economic “perfect storm” that made their message ripe for the but rather it was the fixed and unswerving centrality of Jesus Christ as their message.