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Missions are the life blood of the local church.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 1/30/2001
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When Paul saw that great door opening for him, he saw that it was a door of opportunity, a door of obligation, & a door of opposition.
Shared: 12/20/2000
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This is the second sermon in a series called "On Purpose." Instead of just letting evangelism happen, we need to put forth a concerted effort to reach the lost for Christ.
Series: On Purpose
Shared: 2/5/2004
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The apostle Paul would call this An Open Door. He refers to this thought in his first letter to the Corinthians. Today, we will be equipped in how to know a new opportunity or an open door when we see it and how to make a proper decision.
Shared: 6/10/2002
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An open door of opportunity stands in front of all churches waiting on them to walk through in obedience to share Jesus with the world. A sermon to Calvary Baptist Church with an open door to reach a community for Christ.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 16:9
Shared: 5/7/2005
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A Call to follow God through the doors HE opens and not try to walk through doors which others may open.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 11/22/2009
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Evidently, Paul is tired. He has already spent more than eight years on his first two missionary journeys traveling from city to city, working tirelessly, preaching the gospel, starting churches, facing opposition, sometimes even having to flee from thos
Denomination: Assembly of God
Shared: 11/5/2009
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The story of Charles Darrow is used in this sermon to help us see the importance of making the best of any situation that comes in the new year.
Shared: 12/1/2007
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Paul said, "Woe is unto me if I preach not the Gospel." This not only speaks to ministers, but confronts the laity of their responsibility to share the good news.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 16:9
Shared: 6/22/2002
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Adversity is to be expected in the life of a Christian, but how we handle adversity will determine its effect and outcome in our life.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 8/2/2003
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