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1- We must commend some people 2- We must greet all who are in Christ 3- We must watch out for those who cause trouble
Scripture: Romans 16:1-16:4
Shared: 3/12/2014
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We all fail. How should a "failure" be treated when he comes within the refuge of your Church? How does God greet us? He doesn’t condemn us. He doesn’t forget us. He doesn’t forsake us. And he will never stop loving us!
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 8:1-8:39
Shared: 11/13/2007
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An introductory message to a study of the book of James.
Series: James
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: James 1:1
Shared: 7/13/2009
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Ministries and churches don’t go far without faithful workers. Paul devotes 16 verses to ordinary christians who made ministry happen.
Series: Romans
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 16:1-16:16
Shared: 2/18/2013
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Romans was a letter Paul found very difficult to end. There is always more that needs to be said. So before Paul ends he makes a final appeal for his readers to keep away from evil influences.
Series: Romans
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 16:17-16:27
Shared: 2/25/2013
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There are people who seem to say, “Well, here I am. Everybody notice me!” And there are others who say, “There you are. I’ve noticed you.” (*Powerpoint Available - #202)
Scripture: Romans 16:1-16:16
Shared: 5/15/2001
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The "holy kiss" was a common way to show love and acceptance in the early church. What was that "kiss" intended to accomplish for God and how can we (who often don’t do that) accomplish the same goals?
Series: The Kiss
Scripture: Romans 16:3-16:16
Shared: 2/4/2013
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What is so bad about the world that we are told not to love it? Why is the world so evil? 1- The lust of the flesh 2- The lust of the eyes 3- The pride of life
Series: I John
Scripture: 1 John 2:15-2:17
Shared: 4/14/2010
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Week 2 in a Wednesday evening study of Revelation
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Revelation 1:4-1:8
Shared: 10/18/2002
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Part of a series on recaliming Christ as part of our Christmas season.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 5/11/2005
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