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Sermons on Proverbs 3 More sermons: Proverbs 3
4 Places to Stay When You Want to Run Away
Shared by: bj Johnson on Jan, 2015
Summary: Sitting on curb waiting in a small Texas town waiting for the CHRISTmas parade to start, I began to witness to a young man sitting next to me. I asked him where he was from and then he asked me, "Where do you stay?" This question led to this message...
Trust in the Lord!
Shared by: Rick Crandall on Aug, 2013
Summary: Trust God enough: 1. To focus on His Word (vs. 1-4). 2. To follow His guidance (vs. 5-6). God guides with: closed doors (Acts 16:6&7), divine appointments (Acts 16:6-8 & 10), dreams (Acts 16:9), a daily diet of His Word. 3. To fear the Lord (vs. 7-8).
Shared by: Gerald Roberts on Jun, 2013
Summary: The sermon is based on what should be in a believers Man Cave such as stuff that prolongs life, love and faithfulness should be in their, that which we should remember should be there, the trophies that hang on our wall, and who we should be calling on.
For Uncertainties In The Paths Of Life, Ask Directions.
Shared by: Ronnie Miller on Jan, 2012
Summary: Solomon says, in all we do don’t forget Gods law. In all we do don’t forget to give God the glory. That’s the way to be successful in anything you go at is to put God first in everything. It's not only the key to being successful as an individual. But it
Is Gambling Wrong?
Shared by: David Scudder on Sep, 2011
Summary: Is it wrong to buy a lottery ticket? Is the Bible against playing bingo? What if the money goes to the church? Is betting on the horses, or on sports wrong? There are no verses in the Bible that say, “Thou shalt not gamble” so does that mean that gambling
10 New Years Resolutions from the wisest man that ever lived
Shared by: Brian Lewis on Jul, 2011
Summary: 10 Things that we should think about for the new year.
Trusting In The Lord
Shared by: Rich Anderson on Feb, 2011
Summary: Trust in the Lord. Inward trust and faith, outward obedience. If we truly put our trust in the Lord, giving up relying on our own intellect, than our outward appearance should reflect this faith and trust.
Series: Trusting God In Our Lives