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All people face contrary winds from time to time. God’s Word tells us how we can face them successfully.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Acts 27:1-27:29
Shared: 9/18/2001
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Pharaoh’s four responses to God when he is commanded to let the Children of God go, illustrate the consequences of a hard heart.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Exodus 7:1-10:29
Shared: 9/12/2001
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He allowed the cancer to be a like a PNEUMATIC JACKHAMMER. Yes, it shook him up but it also broke up the hard places of his heart and enabled God to get through to him. Everyone of us has that choice.
Shared: 1/28/2011
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Judas was given all the privileges of being a disciple, yet he still did not understand the need to totally submit to Jesus. As modern disciples we need to be sure that our heart has been captured by the Lord.
Scripture: Mark 4:19
Shared: 12/22/2005
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What kind of person comes to your mind when you think of a person with a hard heart? Do you think of a mean person who mistreats little puppies? A mean person with no consideration for man nor beast is no doubt a hard hearted person, but I’m going to te
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 6:45-6:52
Shared: 2/18/2008
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Whether I live in a DUNGEON or MILLION DOLLAR mansion I can still be stupid about what really matters in life.
Scripture: Matthew 13:1-13:23
Shared: 1/28/2011
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The day of salvation has come. We must not hardened our hearts to the gospel.
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Hebrews 3:7-3:19
Shared: 11/16/2006
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Why does God continue to search for us?
Shared: 4/3/2009
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The danger of having a hard and unbelieving heart
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Hebrews 3:7-4:7
Shared: 10/10/2004
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David’s heart was hardened by sin. Only the death of his newborn son softened it. This sermon looks at three aspects of his son’s death and David’s reaction.
Tags: David
Shared: 1/1/2004
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