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This sermon is about new beginnings. We all mess up. And because we all mess up, we like to start over. But after too many disappointments we often give up. However, the Bible speaks of a "new creation"--and then we become abassadors of Jesus!
Denomination: Adventist
Shared: 2/1/2002
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Message 1 of 3 in the series "The Heart of Worship". This message explores the question, "Is true worship dependant upon where you are and what you are doing?"
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 4/9/2002
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Message # 2 in a series focusing on the Mission of Jesus to say and to show people, "Your Life Matters."
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 4:1-4:26
Shared: 3/14/2006
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A message encouraging us to reach out to the people outside our normal circles.
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: John 4:4-4:42
Shared: 4/29/2002
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From a series on our church’s Core Values
Series: True Values
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 4:1-4:42
Shared: 6/12/2006
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The text records the effects of Jesus’ witness upon a woman & then through the women upon the Samaritan village. Strangely, it also includes the effect of witnessing upon Jesus. God changes others, the world, & us as we bear witness to Jesus.
Series: John
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/10/2008
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Educators say that people learn easily by observation. Here, Jesus models witnessing for us.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 4:1-4:42
Shared: 11/17/2006
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Some people, like the Samaritan woman, are very good at using the invitational approach. They might not be able to give a complete explanation of everything that Christ has done, but they can say, “Come, see a man…could this be the Christ?” Others, like
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 5/29/2003
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A sermon on witnessing preachied in conjunction with the observance of the Lord’s Supper.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 4:25-4:42
Shared: 10/30/2006
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The woman’s bold witness opened the way to Jesus. That stage of belief is only introductory. They needed a personal encounter with Jesus. The magnificent climax is that the Samaritans come to settled conviction & acclaim Jesus as the Savior of the World.
Series: John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 4:39-4:45
Shared: 3/31/2008
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