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Everyone of us are examples to non-Christians. Some are good examples and some are bad examples. Ananias & Sapphira were included in the Bible because of their bad example; Paul shows us what a good example, a man of integrity, looks like!
Series: The Church God Wants
Contributor: Stephen Boardman (3 sermons shared)
Tags: Christian Values
Sometimes even the best of Christians may be faced with a particular circumstance, and they will decide (for themselves) what is right and what is wrong. Actually, without even talking to God about it.
Contributor: J. Yeargin (167 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Acts 5:27-5:32
Tags: Growth In Christ
Hypocrisy is deliberate deception, trying to make people think we are more spiritual than we really are.
Series: The Church: Young and Bold
Contributor: Jimmy Chapman (249 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 4:34-5:11
It is really a fatal attraction to fall in love with things that have the potential to destroy our relationship with God, our fellowship with others and the peace in our lives. This is what happened in the Ananias and Sapphira story.
Series: The book of Acts
Contributor: Otis Mcmillan (38 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 5:1-5:11
This is the Sixth in our CSI series looking at Crimes and deaths in the Bible. This week we look at what we can learn from the deaths of Ananias and Sapphira
Series: CSI: Cornerstone
Contributor: Denn Guptill (480 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 5:1-5:6
My brothers and my sisters as we look back at the birth of the church, we can find many miracles done by the people of God.
Series: The Committed Church
Contributor: A. David Hart (70 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 5:12-5:16
Tags: Church Discipline
The aim of this warning is to awaken all Christians who are tempted to adopt worldly goals & standards rather than God’s goals & standards. The secondary purpose is to assure suffering Christians of the Divine judgment coming upon their oppressors.
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (484 sermons shared)
This is a sermon outlining the benefits of continully being involved in a relationally based small group, and how the enemy tries to steer us away from this sort of fellowship.
Contributor: Jeff Hamric (3 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 5:42
A challenging sermon to believers to step up to the plate and take responsibility in their home church.
Contributor: David Johnston (42 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 4:31-5:11
Tags: Christian Disciplines
How do you know if you or your church is successful?
Contributor: Sheila Crowe (90 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 5:27-5:42