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This silent sin has crept into the church, esp. thru the internet, and it’s time to lift our voices like trumpets and dispel the ignorance which allows it to thrive! Many stats and filtering tools included as helps. Powerpoint at website.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: James 1:13-1:15
Shared: 5/16/2004
Expository and topical look at forgiveness from the parable of the unforgiving debtor.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 6/28/2003
How do "live for Christ"? Do we only do that when things are going our way? Or is our faith deeper and more focused on our love for Him?
Shared: 2/18/2007
It almost seems like Jesus cannot heal this blind man. It takes Him 2 times to give this man back his sight. What's going on here and what can it tell us about our need for God's touch in our lives?
Scripture: Mark 8:22-8:26
Shared: 6/22/2014
Lent 3: Part three of a three part sermon series dealing with temptation. In this sermon, we consider Scriptural approaches to overcoming temptation by looking at how to break the chain of events that takes one from temptation to committing sin.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Genesis 3:1-3:6
Shared: 3/13/2009
Lent 2: A continuing sermon series this part focusing on temptation. This sermon is focused on the sources of temptation: the devil; the world and our own sinful nature. Our help comes from only one place - Jesus - our Lord who has already conquered sin
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: James 1:16-1:18
Shared: 3/7/2009
Sermon on posessing Joy inspite of circumstances
Denomination: Pentecostal
Tags: Joy
Shared: 5/16/2002
This is from Acts 12. Peter was held in prison with chains, we as a church can be held back with chains. View the chains that keep us from growing as a church.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Acts 12:1-12:10
Shared: 6/14/2002
Learn how right focus can turn obstacles and roadblocks into opportunities for courageous service for God.
Denomination: *Other
Tags: Endurance
Shared: 3/19/2002
Jesus promised Philadelphia an open door. What did it open to? And why would Philadelphia (a church of little strength) rate such an honor?
Shared: 7/3/2002