Christmas Sermons, Videos, Backgrounds and PowerPoint Templates for Preaching
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God gives each of special abilities and expects us to be faithful in using what we’ve been given. Instead of “hiding” our gifts we’re to invest them in kingdom service. There’s no getting around the fact that we are responsible for what we’ve been given
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/26/2003
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A message describing the wonder of the gift of God in Christ. Revised and updated December 2005.
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: John 3:16-3:17
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/14/2001
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Psalm 104 was sung at the Day of Atonement. What was so important about this Psalm that it had that particular honor?
Shared: 12/15/2003
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Just a few days before Christmas, a postal worker at the main sorting office found an unstamped, handwritten, messy envelope addressed to God. Curious, he opened it and discovered that it was from an elderly woman who was in great distress because all of
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 8:7-8:8
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 4/27/2004
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When is the last time you looked at God’s gifts under "His tree?"
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Romans 5:1-5:11
Shared: 12/9/2005
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A message demonstrating "Forgiveness" as a great gift to God.
Denomination: Free Methodist
Scripture: Matthew 5:21-5:26
Shared: 11/1/2005
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Jesus told the young man that he "close to the Kingdom of God." What did He mean by that?
Scripture: Mark 12:28-12:34
Shared: 2/7/2010
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God is the great giver & He is the giver of every good thing. He meets our legitimate needs & desires with good & perfect gifts. As a matter of fact, every good gift we have ever received came from Him.
Series: James
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: James 1:16-1:18
Shared: 8/31/2009
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This sermon examines what the Bible says about ministry.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Romans 12:3-12:8
Shared: 8/22/2009
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God’s gift fits the needs of the Workers (shepherds) the Weary (Simeon) and the Wanderers (Wise Men). This sermon was given in 3 parts with songs in between.
Shared: 1/10/2007