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God teaches us a lot from the habits of the ant.
Contributor: James May (750 sermons shared)
Wise people donít sit and wait for things to happen, instead they take action to do what Jesus wants them to do.
Series: Wise Living Series
Contributor: Daniel Villa (44 sermons shared)
Denomination: Church of God
Tags: Love Of The Disciples
How we can learn for all of Godís creatures - even the smallest ones.
Contributor: John Slythe (8 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian Church
#3 in Proverbs & Parables Series Proverbs 6 God has built the firewall of marriage around sexual intimacy for our protection
Series: Proverbs & Parables
Contributor: K. Edward Skidmore (278 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: Proverbs 6:27-6:33
: James Dobson: If you tell me the truth all of the time I can believe you all of the time, if you tell me the truth part of the time, I canít believe you any of the time
Contributor: Mark Perryman (122 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Proverbs 6:16-6:17
It is by trusting & obeying the truth that God keeps us from believing the enemies lies. God watches over us, protects us, & directs us through His Word.
Scripture: Proverbs 6:20-6:24
We might call this a warning against ill-considered kindness, or against unnecessary debt creation. God does not want you needlessly in debt or responsible for someone who is.
Scripture: Proverbs 6:1-6:6
The emphasis of the passage is on the dangers of perversity and the disastrous fate of its perpetrator. We here have a description of a person who deceives and stirs up strife & how to spot the scoundrel.
Scripture: Proverbs 6:12-6:15
When we consider how adultery abounds, how heinous a sin it is, what evil consequence it brings, & how destructive it is to the spiritual life & even physical life (1 Cor. 6:15-20), it is no wonder that the warnings against it are repeated so often.
Scripture: Proverbs 6:24-6:35
This is a sermon instructing us to never be idle both in our physical activity and spiritual activity.
Contributor: Scott Epperson (40 sermons shared)
Tags: Christian Disciplines