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Why would Jesus pray to have the "cup" taken away, if He knew that wasn’t going to happen? Was His prayer simply an excercise in futility, or was there something more to it? I learned some surprising truths as I prepared this sermon.
Scripture: Luke 22:39-22:46
Shared: 11/5/2006
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The prayer in Ephesians 3 is the most important prayer we could possibly pray because it focuses on God’s most highly prized objective. Do you know what that is and why it’s so important to us?
Scripture: Ephesians 3:6-3:21
Shared: 11/12/2006
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It is out of our personal relationship with God that we come to know with assurance certain things in the Christian life. These closing assurances are intended to be great encouragements to us.
Series: 1 John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 5:15-5:21
Shared: 3/18/2013
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This sermon is about how we need to tell our loved ones what they mean to us while they are still with us.
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: John 12:1-12:8
Shared: 8/29/2002
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Can reasonable people believe the things that are crucial to Christian faith? The answer is yes.
Scripture: John 20:24-20:31
Shared: 8/16/2002
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God is with us.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 23:1-23:6
Shared: 4/23/2002
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First sermon in series on how Jesus changed lives by His touch.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 7:31-7:37
Shared: 9/9/2002
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Jesus didn’t just touch hearts, He touched lives.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 8:1-8:4
Shared: 10/15/2001
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This is a sermon on the importance of being persistent in prayer, and how God will change your life through prayer.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Shared: 8/5/2002
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It used to be said that Christians looked like they’d been weaned on sour pickles and raised on prune juice. But that should never be so. We ought always to be thank filled people. Find out why.
Shared: 11/20/2006
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