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1- the humbled child 2- the welcomed child 3- the sinful child
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (712 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Tags: Parable General
“God has no grandchildren, only children” - “To be 99% sure is 100% unacceptable” - “The only thing longer than life is eternity” - Whatever keeps you from getting saved...CUT IT OFF! Link inc. to formatted text, audio & video, PowerPoint Presentation
Series: THE GOSPEL OF JESUS
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (647 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 18:8-18:9
Jesus uses a child to point to His spiritual kids and the importance of not causing them to stumble. To avoid stumbling we are to guard others and discipline ourselves.
Series: King and Kingdom
Contributor: Mike Parry (23 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 18:6-18:9
How renunciation, in a consumer age, is vital for spiritual development
Contributor: Ken Gehrels (220 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 18:7-18:9
Tags: Christian Values
This is a message about the destructiveness of pride and the value of humility
Series: Did you hear the one about
Contributor: Hal Mayer (1 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 18:9-18:14
Because the world is watching us, we can be stumbling blocks or stepping stones to the Kingdom of God.
Contributor: Bill Sullivan (134 sermons shared)
Toda persona encontrará obstáculos en su vida. Estos son estorbos o impedimentos hacia lo que nos proponemos lograr. Pueden ser: financieros, intelectuales, culturales, y a veces hasta sociales. Pero los peores obstáculos son los que resultan del nuestro
Contributor: Augusto Rodriguez (11 sermons shared)
Tags: Finding Fulfillment
Pride is the most subtle of all sins because it feeds on our good points, normally!
Series: Respectable Sins
Contributor: Alan Mccann (127 sermons shared)
The values of the kingdom of Heaven are really different from the values of the world. And the greatest value of God's kingdom is really counter-culture, even though the culture gives lip service to it.
Contributor: Jon Mackinney (234 sermons shared)
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Greatness and Growth in the Kingdom (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contributor: Gordon Curley (457 sermons shared)