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What an amazing and terrifying thought! To deliberately and purposefully oppose the will of God is to make God your adversary.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 2/20/2002
Have you ever stopped to ask when hearing the account of the birth of our LORD, "How did the Wise men know of the birth of the KING OF THE JEWS?" I mean, think about it? It wasnít broadcast over TCN (The Camel Network). It wasnít aired over short-wave rad
Shared: 2/29/2004
This is the first in a series of sermons on the Old Testament beatitudes. Who are the blessed ones? Those who bless the people of God
Scripture: Numbers 22:1-24:14
Shared: 6/10/2009
Opening peopleís eyes to the true intentions of their heart in terms of why they profess to worship, encouraging them to surrender completely to God.
Scripture: Numbers 22:1-24:25
Shared: 12/17/2007
God is in control.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Numbers 22:1-24:6
Shared: 2/20/2011
To lead the people to understand how God gives victory over our enemies when we trust, obey and denounce all forms of sin in our life
Shared: 6/10/2001
God loves imperfect people, protecting them from greater evil and offering them salvation
Series: Deuteronomy
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Tags: Faith
Shared: 4/19/2002
A narrative look at two biblical examples of men choosing to follow God and please him rather than men.
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Numbers 22:1-24:13
Shared: 8/10/2006
Although Godís way can seem must unusual, trust him with patient hope. Parts: A. His way amazes. B. His way brings hope. C. His way prevails.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Numbers 24:17
Shared: 1/3/2010
In God's dealings with Israel, the atoning work of Jesus Christ was always in mind. The symbol of the snake was intended for later use by Jesus as an illustration of his death.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: Numbers 24:4-24:9
Shared: 8/2/2010