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"Be very careful, then, how you live - not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity..." (*Powerpoint Available - #224)
Contributor: Melvin Newland (288 sermons shared)
This morning I would like to share with you three things we learn about thanksgiving from the Bible.
Contributor: Steve Malone (256 sermons shared)
Scripture: Ephesians 5:19-5:20
Using the acronym "L.I.G.H.T" we can learn how to become a light that illumines the gospel message to the unsaved world.
Contributor: Charles Mallory (159 sermons shared)
Denomination: Free Methodist
Tags: Sharing My Testimony
This sermon calls us to the kind of living Paul describes in Ephesians 5:15-21. 1- Make the most of opportunities coming your way 2- Understand what the Lordís will is 3- Be filled with the Spirit
Contributor: Richard Tow (180 sermons shared)
Paul explains what it means to have wisdom in Christ. 1- We expose the darkness 2- We use time wisely 3- We respond to the Spirit
Series: Book of Ephesians
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (715 sermons shared)
Scripture: Ephesians 5:8-5:20
Second in a series on what God might want to do in our homes to make us more like Him. Master Bedroom deals with our marriage committment.
Series: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Contributor: David Slone (20 sermons shared)
Scripture: Ephesians 5:15-5:33
Tags: Marriage Commitment
A sermon preached to the staff of a Bible camp preparing for their summer ministry
Contributor: Matt Zurowski (3 sermons shared)
Tags: Disciplines General
A Thanksgiving Message
Contributor: Ed Wood (456 sermons shared)
Scripture: Ephesians 5:20
Are we using our time to advance the cause of Jesus and to enhance our relationship with Him? Is our time well spent?
Contributor: Kelly Benton (92 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian Church
Scripture: Ephesians 5:15-5:16
An authentic Christian is one who hungers and thirsts for righteousness. Jesus calls these believers blessed. He also promises that He will fill those, and give us all of our desires if we seek first His kingdom and His righteousness.
Series: Authentic Christian
Contributor: David Schaal (6 sermons shared)