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God has asked Moses an important (and prophetic) question that I would suggest He is asking each of us today. “What is that in your hand?”
Contributor: J. Yeargin (167 sermons shared)
Scripture: Exodus 4:1-4:5
Jesus has given us some godly clothes that we are supposed to wear at church and all the time. Wearing these clothes will make us look more like Jesus.
Contributor: Chris Talton (179 sermons shared)
Scripture: Colossians 3:12-3:17
The hands of God can do more, hold more, and conquer more than anyone could ever imagine. So put your life in His hands that Christ trust His spirit.
Contributor: Abraham Shanklin (34 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 23:46
The Psalmist tells us what it means to always be with God. 1- We are held by God’s hand 2- We are guided by God’s counsel 3- We are taken into God’s glory
Series: Book of Psalms
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (727 sermons shared)
Scripture: Psalms 73:23-73:28
The Bible tells us very little about what Deacons were and what they did. And when these men do their jobs correctly they can become the most important leaders in the Church. What should a deacon do? And how does he become so important to God?
Series: Making The Church Go
Scripture: Acts 6:1-6:7
Includes vows taken by the men being ordained, vows by their wives, by the Elders and by the congregation in attendance.
Scripture: Acts 6:1-6:7
Life is full of questions, What am I going to do with my life? What will I become? What will tomorrow bring? Will my children turn out right? There are also questions concerning my spiritual life. Am I saved? When I die will I go to heaven?
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (114 sermons shared)
God said He created man in His image. But what do we do if we've damaged and warped that image? How can we ever repair and regain what was lost?
Series: The Beginning and The End
What did the angels mean when they asked the disciples "Why do you stand here looking into the sky?" Were they rebuking them for wanting to see Jesus when He came back? Or was there something deeper that they (and we) need to hear?
Scripture: Acts 1:6-1:11
How can I tell if money has become my "god?" What is the tell-tale sign of this kind of idolatry, and what can this idolatry do to me that Jesus is warning me against?
Series: The Guardrails Of Life