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Contributor: Scott Jordan (1 sermons shared)
Shared: 10/18/2000
Introductory sermon to The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Theme: "The world is not as it should be."
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Romans 8:19-8:21
Shared: 11/10/2005
Increasingly Christ has been pushed out of Christmas... but there is a deeper struggle and a higher objective for us who love Jesus. No matter how successful the world may be in removing Christ from Christmas... our Jesus is "on the move."
Scripture: Romans 8:19-8:25
Shared: 12/5/2005
This world is waiting for the manifestation of The Sons of God. Where are they? will the real Sons of God please stand up?.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Romans 8:19
Shared: 7/31/2002
God has set us free from the control of sin so that we might freely live as his children.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Romans 8:11-8:19
Tags: Joy
Shared: 9/6/2001
The Spirit secures our hope in Christ through faith
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Romans 8:11-8:19
Shared: 3/16/2002
At Creation all nature conformed to God’s purpose and fulfilled His intention, and so He declared all He had made “very good”. One day God will declare the world “good” again. And all creation will praise God’s goodness.
Denomination: Congregational
Scripture: Romans 8:19-8:25
Shared: 11/17/2002
The Holy Spirit works faith in our hearts.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Romans 8:11-8:19
Shared: 4/15/2002
The Abundant Life Jesus spoke about is a life-style choice - living for self or living for others
Denomination: Christian Church
Scripture: Romans 8:15-8:19
Shared: 1/2/2004
As we wait in hope, in the midst of a suffering world, God is at work, bringing us through to the last day when that hope will at last be seen, when hope will no longer be necessary because its fulfillment has come.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Romans 8:19-8:30
Shared: 7/3/2002