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This sermon is about new beginnings. We all mess up. And because we all mess up, we like to start over. But after too many disappointments we often give up. However, the Bible speaks of a "new creation"--and then we become abassadors of Jesus!
Contributor: Rocco Naudé (1 sermons shared)
How do you respond when life is going along "fine" and God brings a difficult opportunity into your life?
Contributor: Craig Cramblet (16 sermons shared)
The worst sluggard of all is the spiritual sluggard.
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (680 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 24:30-24:34
God’s free grace may be good news for a dying backslider; but what about the dying missionary? Doesn’t he deserve at least equal treatment? Analyzing the parable of laborers in the Vineyard from Mat. 20, we continue to be astonished at God’s way of worki
Contributor: Ovidiu Radulescu (35 sermons shared)
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: Matthew 20:1-20:16
This sermon deals with two problems. 1. Satifaction with the way things are. 2. Rejection of things as they might be.
Contributor: Tom Shepard (266 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 1:32
Satan knows that his time is short, so he is working harder now than ever to destroy everything good and right.
Contributor: Bo Dunford (168 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 12:12
There’s an old saying "God hates the sin, but loves the sinner." But the Bible actually tells me God hates sinners. How can that be?
Series: A Word To The Wise
Scripture: Proverbs 6:16-6:19
"Wrong doing" (sin) can block our prayers... but so can "wrong thinking". What kinds of attitudes could undermine our prayer time and create "bad reception" between us and God?
Series: Calling Home - Prayer
Scripture: Psalms 28:1-28:9
There are folks who try to bring a "penknife" to a Sword fight they want to have with the Bible. Why would they even try? And why are such folks doomed to failure?
Series: A Word About the Word
Some people refuse to love their enemies because it shows they have standards, that they respect themselves, that they reject bad behavior. It makes them feel God-like. But Jesus said that being "God-like" means loving our enemies. How do we do that?
Scripture: Matthew 5:43-5:48