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This Pentecost Sunday sermon compares the events of Pentecost and the Tower of Babel.
Contributor: Ronald Keller (28 sermons shared)
Scripture: Acts 2:1-2:6
A sermon that looks at the tower of Babel and applies the lesson to the sin of pride in our lives.
Contributor: Jeffery Richards (78 sermons shared)
Tags: Sin General
Only God has the right to make a name for us. Abraham submitted and was exalted, the people of Babel exalted and were humbled.
Contributor: Eddie Snipes (135 sermons shared)
Push aside the spirit of Babel, and declare your dependence upon the Lord
Contributor: Dan Erickson (63 sermons shared)
How to Avoid Re-visiting the Attitudes of Babel - Gen. 11:1-9
Contributor: Paul Fritz (1380 sermons shared)
Scripture: Genesis 11:1-11:8
Tags: Sin Exposed
Babel means ‘confusion.’ It’s where we get the word ‘babble.’ And man w/out God is confused, and only God can help man ’rise up’ and make sense of things. Link inc. to formatted text, audio/video, PowerPoint.
Series: Bible in 20 Cs
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (649 sermons shared)
Mankind is still living in rebellion against God and trying to make a name for himself without God’s intervention.
Contributor: James May (741 sermons shared)
Tags: Apologetics The Bible
Compare Babel’s Babblers with Pentecost’s Polyglots 1) Sin divided the united at Babel 2) The Spirit united the divided at Pentecost
Contributor: Daniel Habben (420 sermons shared)
Tags: Holy Spirit In Believers
Today the Burj Khalifa skyscraper is the tallest building in the world in downtown Dubai. The tower of Babel was going to be a new urban masterpiece. This would make Babylon a focal point in the ancient world. What are you building?
Contributor: Ross Cochrane (265 sermons shared)
Pentecost (C) - The Lord’s ways are higher than our ways because man’s ways are always selfish. Only God’s word works success.
Contributor: Timm Meyer (463 sermons shared)