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Roger the sheep is lost and found, and the flock doesnít like it.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Luke 15:1-15:10
Tags: Grace
Shared: 7/19/2002
Max Lucado once noted that sheep are dumb, defenseless and boring. Why would we want to be a sheep? The answer to that question says a lot about us and our relationship to God.
Scripture: John 10:1-10:15
Shared: 5/23/2011
Fed up with the leadership of their shepherd, a flock of sheep seek to go it alone.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Shared: 7/19/2002
Paul told the Ephesian elders that wolves would arise from among the own number. How were they to be able to tell when someone (like an Elder) had become one of the bad guys?
Series: Iron Man
Scripture: Acts 20:28-20:31
Shared: 6/16/2010
Titus and Timothy are both told to select appropriate men to lead the church as Elders. But what does God expect of these leaders and how can we (as the congregation) assist them in their role?
Scripture: Titus 1:5-1:11
Shared: 9/12/2010
There are many "self-help" books about how we can have a successful church, but Titus is one of the few divinely inspired books telling us how to do this. What are three of the basic principles a church needs to observe to be successful in Godís eyes?
Scripture: Titus 1:1-1:16
Shared: 9/7/2008
We're strangers in this world and we will encounter difficulty. What has God supplied to help us survive the struggles and sufferings and persecutions we may encounter here?
Scripture: 1 Peter 5:1-5:11
Shared: 3/16/2014
Some people regard Jesus to be like Santa Claus - Heís just a little further up the food chain. But as our Messiah, Jesus came to offer far more than a jolly elf. What is it that Jesus as Messiah offers that this world can not equal?
Scripture: Luke 2:8-2:12
Shared: 12/23/2012
Sermon preached @ Dr. A. J. Maloneís 39th anniversary banquet in Seguin, Texas October 2004.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 1:1-1:6
Shared: 10/28/2004