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Consider the pastorís call and a churchís response to that call
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/7/2005
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A warning that comes from God when we become lukewarm
Denomination: Holiness
Shared: 11/22/2005
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Everyone of us are examples to non-Christians. Some are good examples and some are bad examples. Ananias & Sapphira were included in the Bible because of their bad example; Paul shows us what a good example, a man of integrity, looks like!
Denomination: Holiness
Shared: 10/20/2002
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The most basic essential for any healthy church is a commitment to hearing, learning, and applying Godís Word.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/29/2003
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How a deepened life with God can help us deal with people who disappoint us, people who oppose us, and people who are separated from us.
Scripture: 2 Timothy 4:9-4:22
Shared: 2/25/2002
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Titus defines God ordained leaders. 1- They are blameless in life and religion 2- They are Spirit controlled rather than uncontrolled 3- They are committed to God’s word in teaching
Scripture: Titus 1:5-1:9
Shared: 12/8/2013
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What does the Bible say about why a church isnít growing and how it can be corrected.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Samuel 21:1-21:9
Shared: 7/7/2005
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In this world we will have suffering and at specific times the church will be impacted by tribulation. At such times the church needs to look to their Lord and to their future reward.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 12/10/2007
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Through the early chruchís example we can learn how to encounter the presence of God in a fresh and powerful way. Are you hungry for an encounter with God?
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Acts 4:23-4:31
Shared: 9/6/2002
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1st of 4 sermons on the stewardship of Life: Godís Prevailing Power creates freedom and opportunity. In Godís plan for your life you become successful in life beyond belief Ė having all you need to do more than you could ever imagine.
Shared: 9/22/2003