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Hosea charged Israel with being “a cake not turned” or “half-baked". They were half-hearted towards God. Like Israel, many of today’s professed believers have followed the same pattern of incomplete discipleship.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Hosea 7:8-7:10
Shared: 7/7/2013
A continuation of the service from the book of Malachi
Scripture: Malachi 3:13-3:15
Shared: 8/23/2005
We must avoid the things that anger God.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Zephaniah 1:5-1:6
Shared: 3/9/2011
Three men each making a statement regarding his commitment or lack of commitment to following Christ. Each wanted to follow Christ; none wanted to stop looking back. Their commitment can be described as limited, delayed, and insincere.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 12/30/2012
Is our service to the Lord whole or half hearted?
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Matthew 15:8-15:9
Shared: 8/18/2005
Being lukewarm is unacceptable behavior for a believer and is useless for the kingdom of God. The Lord is looking for believers who love their Lord enough to share Him with a dying and confused world.
Denomination: Nazarene
Shared: 11/6/2010
Christ requires complete commitment from his disciples, that is why he put off 3 half-hearted would be followers.
Denomination: Salvation Army
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 9/25/2010
This message looks at the two of Jesus's parables on the danger of half-heartedness.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 2:21-2:22
Shared: 10/28/2010
Many times we're not overcoming the weaknesses in our lives and inhabiting the land God has given us because of the same excuses Israel made for not overcoming the land God gave them. Learn how to inhabit your inheritance!
Denomination: Wesleyan
Scripture: Judges 1:1-2:5
Shared: 5/29/2014
A study of the Gospel of Luke chapter 5 verses 1 through 11
Series: Luke
Denomination: Calvary Chapel
Scripture: Luke 5:1-5:11
Shared: 11/9/2011