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Sermons on Matthew 15 More sermons: Matthew 15
The four dreams of Maewyn Succat - St. Patrick's Day Sermon
Shared by: David Edward Ray on Nov, 2016
Summary: The life story of Maewyn Succat (St Patrick) takes us through the life of a young man who was captured and sold as a slave in Ireland. After escaping and returning to his homeland, God called him back to the land of his Captors to preach the gospel.
Honored by mouth far by heart
Shared by: William R. Nabaza on Oct, 2015
Summary: To prove that JESUS knows the hearts and minds of unbelievers and does not need anyone to tell Him about it. Matthew 15:11 (Amplified Bible) It is not what goes into the mouth of a man that makes him unclean and defiled, but what comes out of the mouth;
Post-Christmas Battle for Your Heart
Shared by: David Tack on Dec, 2011
Summary: Let us look beyond the pleasantry of Christmas day this morning. Christmas will soon be over; and, for many they will go back to hearts filled with bitterness, hatred and burden. You see the hearts of humanity may appear to be EMPTY from post-Christmas
Shared by: Joe Friend on Feb, 2008
Summary: There are people in churches everywhere that think that the service is about them or about the people in general. We get into this mentality sometimes where we think we are the AUDIENCE. But we’re not the AUDIENCE God is the audience. The service isn’t
Walk the Talk
Shared by: Wayne Lawson on Oct, 2007
Summary: So often, there is a huge disparity between what we say, and what we actually do. The Bible makes the connection or links “believing” to “behavior.” The two appear to be inseparable. When we try to divorce these two terms (as they relate to Christianity),
Getting To The Heart Of Things – Part 1
Shared by: Warren Lamb on Oct, 2007
Summary: In our drama today, we see it once again. This is not an authorization to blast people full-force with anger, vehemence or vitriol. It is, however, a demonstration to us that we have the biblical, God-ordained, Christian duty to be truly honest when we en
Shared by: Mike Fogerson on Oct, 2007
Summary: Jesus offended people during His ministry, too.
The "IN THING"
Shared by: Ron Hicks on Jun, 2007
Summary: Can Christianity be trendy? Absolutely! It’s faddish, popular, and contemporary. But if its not real to you, it will eventually cease to gratify and feed your curiosity, then you will find something else that will. Hell will be full of trendies.