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When God calls Moses he offered excuses instead of service and so do we at times.
Series: Life of Moses
Contributor: John Hamby (402 sermons shared)
There’s power in making the decision to give the gift He really wants: to "follow Him." But in this story in Luke, 3 men tell Jesus that that is precisely what they want to do. So why isn’t Jesus content with their gift?
Series: The Power
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
God's Word has the power to cut away dead skin from our hearts. But how can it do that in our lives... and why doesn't it work in everyone's life?
Series: A Word About the Word
Scripture: Hebrews 4:1-4:16
Jesus said we should seek first the Kingdom of God. What is that Kingdom and how do I go about making it a priority in my life?
Series: Not A Fan
We can all benefit from a study of the sluggard because too much of him lies in too many of us. Though we may not exhibit his characteristics to such a full extent we can certainly profit from a gentle but straight forward thrust the Holy Spirit sends in
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (494 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 26:12-26:16
This message unpacks the text in which Jesus tells how a servant can hear his master say, "Well done."
Contributor: Jim Butcher (273 sermons shared)
Scripture: Matthew 25:14-25:30
A devotional message bringing reflections from the Pool of Bethesda. As we look at the healing of this paralysed man we see the need in our lives to get our eyes of our ’pools’ and put them on Jesus.
Contributor: Victor Nazareth (40 sermons shared)
An evangelistic sermon on the need to be saved today.
Contributor: Howard Mcglamery (70 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 14:16-14:22
Tags: Evangelism Urgency
Good sermon to be used on a "No Excuse Sunday".
Contributor: Mark Umbehagen (2 sermons shared)
Scripture: Hebrews 10:22-10:25
Tags: Call Of The Disciples
How can we open the window to the future that God desires for us, a future filled with fulfilled promises instead of fallen dreams? We do that by throwing away our excuses. What can some of those excuses be?
Contributor: Tony Dicostanzo (2 sermons shared)
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-4:11