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God gives each of special abilities and expects us to be faithful in using what we’ve been given. Instead of “hiding” our gifts we’re to invest them in kingdom service. There’s no getting around the fact that we are responsible for what we’ve been given
Series: Improving Your Serve
Contributor: Brian Bill (489 sermons shared)
All the way through Scripture Jesus challenges us to invest & reinvest in the Kingdom. And He always honors the investment. He will never honor those who are afraid & bury their talents in the back yard.
Contributor: Melvin Newland (286 sermons shared)
Was Jesus teaching us that we can "buy" our way into heaven by doing good works?
Series: We Are The Sermon - W.A.T.S.
Contributor: Jeff Strite (680 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 25:31-25:46
A message of the soon coming of the LORD for his church, in reference to the parable of the 10 virgins.
Contributor: David Atton (2 sermons shared)
Denomination: Free Methodist
The power in the atonement.
Series: Blood of Jesus
Contributor: John Putty (42 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Matthew 25:1-25:9
Greatness in the kingdom of heaven is recognized by simple acts of kindness.
Contributor: Tom Evans (7 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 25:31-25:40
Tags: Christian Love
Jesus is the returning bridegroom who will arrive triumphantly at the end of the age. Beloved , blessed are those whose lamps are faithfully kept burning as they watch and wait for his appearance. Be Ready for "The Cry at Midnight."
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (80 sermons shared)
Second in a series on Matthew 24 & 25. This message focuses on the theme of being prepared for Christ’s return since we do not know when it will be.
Series: Because Jesus Is Returning . . .
Contributor: Scott Weber (20 sermons shared)
We must realize that God expects us to do more than sit on a pew each week. His desire is for us to become a useful vessel.
Contributor: Greg Cooper (41 sermons shared)
This message unpacks the text in which Jesus tells how a servant can hear his master say, "Well done."
Contributor: Jim Butcher (240 sermons shared)