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Paul’s personal epitaph provides insight into what it means for every believer to be ready and waiting to face the reality of death.
Scripture: 2 Timothy 4:6-4:8
Shared: 9/1/2005
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Stephen is an example of living and dying (1) without fear, (2) without bitterness, (3) focused on Christ, (4)immersed in scripture.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Acts 7:54-8:1
Shared: 11/17/2005
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God doesn’t want us to know WHEN we’re going to die, but He stresses the fact that one day we shall (if Jesus doesn’t return first). Why does God want us to face the reality of our own mortality? Why stress that we will all die?
Series: I Predict
Scripture: Psalms 49:1-49:20
Shared: 1/9/2011
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Though unnatural, death comes to all. How shall we respond to death? We explore this neglected subject by looking at an incident in the ministry of Ezekiel.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/11/2010
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This is the fifth message in a series called "The Basic Questions of Life.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 2/22/2001
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Funeral service for elderly Christian lady who was active in church work and mission work within the community.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 6/11/2001
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We all make mistakes in life, but some can be very bad.
Scripture: Luke 12:13-12:21
Shared: 7/30/2003
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About making right choices
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Kings 7:3-7:9
Shared: 7/22/2001
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A eulogy for a saved person. The name of the deceased has been removed. Insert any name of any deceased saved person and this sermon will preach!
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 1 Chronicles 2:9
Shared: 8/20/2003
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This sermon was delivered to help those who are bereaved, especially believers who are struggling with the guilt of grief.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Genesis 4:1-4:8
Shared: 2/8/2001
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