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Failure Is Not Fatal if – We Recognize that Everyone Fails! We Remember that God’s Love and Forgiveness Is not Dependent On Our Success! We Learn and Grow From Our Failures! We Put Our Failures Behind Us and Go On!
Series: A Study of the Book of Luke
Contributor: John Hamby (397 sermons shared)
Life can get dark. And that darkness can create doubt and fear in our lives. What can we do when life gets hard and there doesn't seem to be anyway out of the difficulties we face?
Contributor: Jeff Strite (667 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: Luke 22:39-22:54
A look at how Simon changed to Peter, the rock; how he changed from following Christ from a distance to stepping forward in His committment to Christ. A challenge on committment to all believers.
Contributor: Dan Mahan (14 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 22:54
The best of men are men at best. Peter backslid, as do all of us. But God can help us to "Fail Forward." Link included to formatted text, handout, and PowerPoint Presentation.
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (630 sermons shared)
¡La mirada de Jesús puede cambiar nuestras vidas!
Contributor: Fernando Ocampo (31 sermons shared)
What did Jesus see when he saw Peter betraying him? Failure or potential?
Contributor: Glen Madden (4 sermons shared)
In this sermon we look at what happens to Peter, and what will happen to us when we follow the Lord from a distance
Contributor: Mike Turner (145 sermons shared)
How does the Christian respond when we fail? By faith!
Contributor: Gordon Moyes (55 sermons shared)
Tags: Hardship Of Life
Peter’s denial and the Jewish trial of Jesus opens our eyes to the nature of sinful mankind and society...and to God’s Sovereign Purposes which cannot be thwarted
Series: Life of Christ
Contributor: Ed Vasicek (569 sermons shared)
Just because you’re in a good position, it does not mean that your soul is in a good condition. Are you following God afar off?
Contributor: Terry Vaughan (75 sermons shared)
Tags: Christian Values