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God would have us learn a lesson, which reaches far beyond the instance at hand, & casts light on many dark places. God’s delays are delays of love.
Series: John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 11:1-11:10
Shared: 3/16/2009
God here contrasts the future of those who forsake Him with those that are faithful to Him. The effects of His faithful servants’ sinful condition will pass away & the blessings of YAHWEH will be theirs instead. The future for the faithful shines in bri
Series: Isaiah
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 65:8-65:16
Shared: 3/11/2009
To some people, the world is a dark and difficult experience. But in the midst of their frustration, there is the hint of eternity that makes them hope that there is something more than they are presently experiencing.
Series: Max Factor
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3:11
Shared: 10/5/2008
In the Beginning, Part 4 of 7.
Series: "Creation"
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: Genesis 4:1-4:26
Shared: 5/7/2002
Paul’s prayer burst into an overflow of thankfulness & praise. This thankfulness was because their lives demonstrated that God was at work in them and in the church. The Gospel was bearing fruit in & through their lives.
Series: Colossians
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Colossians 1:3-1:8
Shared: 11/7/2011
God in human flesh gives hope to human faith.
Series: John
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: John 1:1-1:18
Shared: 3/19/2008
God’s promise interposes Christ between us and Satan, sin, and self.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Genesis 3:1-3:24
Shared: 6/7/2010
This is a message from a series from the Book of Lamentations.
Shared: 9/10/2007
The mutual responsibilities of all believers is that we glorify God together in the local church, but that is not all that the true praise & rejoicing in God bring about. Not only does corporate praise & rejoicing unified the local church, it encourages
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 15:7-15:13
Shared: 1/21/2013
These verses contrast the long-term outcome of righteousness with that of wickedness. A righteous person will be secure in hiswalk but a person whose paths are crooked, whose conduct is wicked, eventually will find him self in troubles of his own maki
Series: Proverbs
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Proverbs 11:3-11:9
Shared: 4/5/2012