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In the our Gospel lesson Jesus Says: Let your Yes be Yes, and your No, be No. We must be Men and Women of Integrity. I meant what I said, I said what I meant. A Christian is faithful, 100%.
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (104 sermons shared)
With Dec. 21, 2012 (the END OF THE WORLD!) just days away, itís a good time to remind our people of 5 principles of interpreting Scripture that will help them not be deceived by false predictions that bring fear and concern. These 5 principles will help
Contributor: John Gaston (124 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
We are leaders under construction by the Lord, for the purpose of leading people from here to eternity. We will always be learning through life experiences, and through mistakes.
Contributor: Michael Mccartney (582 sermons shared)
Tags: Leadership General
There are many reasons for being a Sunday School booster.
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (715 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Tags: Church General
As United States citizens we enjoy the blessings of freedom.
Contributor: Wayde Wilson (34 sermons shared)
Tags: Independence Day
Why do we give an invitation? Here are three reasons...Three invitations really.
Contributor: Russell Brownworth (375 sermons shared)
Denomination: United Methodist
When you lose your appetite for spiritual food, you may need to see a spiritual doctor, the great physician, Dr. Jesus!
Contributor: Benny Horn (8 sermons shared)
Tags: Bible Study
The study of Godís Word may be difficult at times, but it is well worth the effort.
Contributor: Chris Talton (179 sermons shared)
Tags: Bible Study
This sermon is about Christians telling the world their testimony concerning Christ.
Contributor: Antonio Torrence (59 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Timothy 2:8-2:15
Tags: Sharing My Testimony
To personalize the interpretation and application of any scripture use the following acrostic: S-P-A-C-E-P-E-T-S (Sin to Confess - Promise to Claim - Attitude to Change - Command to Obey - Example to Follow - Person to Imitate - Error to Avoid - Truth t
Contributor: Paul Fritz (1380 sermons shared)