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The powerful lesson of gratefulness as taught in the account of the 10 lepers.
Contributor: Michael Belcher (3 sermons shared)
Here are three very practical survival strategies for the perilous, difficult, dangerous days in which we live.
Series: Passing the Torch
Contributor: Ray Pritchard (21 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Timothy 3:1-3:17
This message was desinged to highlight the importance of rest in the life of Christ-followers. It encourages its audience to understand rest from God’s perspective.
Contributor: Darron Khan (9 sermons shared)
Tags: Disciplines General
A sermon designed to motivate complacent Christians to become more committed and involved in the church.
Contributor: Rickey Shive (11 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: Revelation 3:14-3:20
From the call of the Peter to follow Jesus we can see three principles of answering his call to a new and higher calling.
Series: A Study of the Book of Luke
Contributor: John Hamby (402 sermons shared)
One look is all it takes to bring: Condemnation, Justification, Sanctification, & Glorification. Dozens of Bible examples of people being forever changed by just one look! Link included to formatted text and PowerPoint Presentation.
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (649 sermons shared)
When the fruit of self-control is not evident in our lives, we’re vulnerable to all kinds of relational ruptures. When the Spirit controls us, we will demonstrate restraint in our lives.
Series: Developing Your Character
Contributor: Brian Bill (490 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 25:28
How a person handles failure can mean the difference between living a life of victory or living a life filled with bitterness, hostility and anger.
Contributor: Ray Ellis (261 sermons shared)
Denomination: Free Methodist
We are engaged in a spiritual war. A serious battle. For the Christian, faith is not spelled "F-A-I-T-H" it is spelled "R-I-S-K." If something is not a risk, then it really does not require faith.
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (93 sermons shared)
Addressing a national seminar of Southern Baptist leaders, George Gallup said, "We find there is very little difference in ethical behavior between churchgoers and those who are not active religiously...The levels of lying, cheating, and stealing are rema
Contributor: Paul Fritz (1380 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 John 2:15-2:17