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You will know more satisfaction with the Shepherd than with anyone or anything else in life.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 23:1-23:6
Shared: 6/18/2002
Why would Jesus pray to have the "cup" taken away, if He knew that wasn’t going to happen? Was His prayer simply an excercise in futility, or was there something more to it? I learned some surprising truths as I prepared this sermon.
Scripture: Luke 22:39-22:46
Shared: 11/5/2006
The early church "gathered together to break bread." Why was this activity so critical to them and what can it mean to us?
Scripture: Acts 20:7-20:12
Shared: 10/4/2009
Can faith fix anything? If something does NOT happen the way think it should, is because you didn't have enough faith? Consider the difference between Biblical faith and the teachings of those who would make us doubt God's faithfulness in prayer.
Scripture: 1 John 5:3-5:4
Shared: 3/1/2015
What did Jesus really see in the cup of his Father’s will while praying at Gethsemane?
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/15/2001
David tells us in Psalm 23:5 that he is experiencing the "Overflow." The "Overflow" is only experienced by those Sheep who have declared the LORD to be their Only Shepherd, and are seeking to bring every aspect of their life under the Total Lordship of J
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 23:5
Shared: 1/24/2003
Have you every wonder What Was In The Cup that cause Jesus, to recoil and cry out, "Father, let this Cup pass from Me." Was it a Cup of Sin? Was it a Cup of Despair..... or Was it a Cup of Betrayal?
Scripture: Mark 14:34-14:36
Shared: 6/16/2007
As we think on these things, there are two images that I want you to put your mind on today. One is a cup; the other is a clock.
Shared: 3/18/2002
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Luke 22:14-22:20
Tags: Communion
Shared: 10/18/2000
There are no longer any standards. Anything goes; everything is acceptable. God, however, doesn’t see it that way and He certainly doesn’t take sin lightly and neither should we.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 6/19/2002