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Jesus shares an important truth with us in the Gospel of Matthew,Who of you by being worried can add a single hour to their life?" Aren't most of the struggles of this life, especially when viewed in hindsight, nothing more than an inconvenience
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 6:24-6:34
Shared: 12/29/2008
I believe most people even non-followers of the Christ will give out of their excess.or abundance. We say we are followers of Christ but do we really trust him? Have we turned over our whole life to him or are we holding back?
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 11/10/2010
Greed is listed as one of the worst of sins - right up there with lewdness, adultery, and murder. But how likely am "I" to be plagued by greed? And how can God cure me of this terrible sin?
Scripture: Luke 12:13-12:34
Shared: 10/13/2013
This sermon is to enlighten us about the effects of being worried.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 6:24-6:34
Shared: 3/18/2008
Mankind’s greatest fear has always been the fear of dying - when faced with a death-threatening situation, we will fight with every ounce of strength that we have to stay alive; however, we can be fearless - we can have no fear!
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Philippians 1:28
Shared: 10/23/2009
Jesus provides prescriptions for worry.
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Matthew 6:25-6:34
Tags: Faith
Shared: 10/17/2002
This message from the Sermon on the Mount deals with the cautions againts, consequences of, and cures for worry.
Scripture: Matthew 6:25-6:34
Tags: Guilt
Shared: 4/18/2005
The faith principles are:1. Focus on the fact that God will see you through anything. 2. Focus on what is unseen. 3. Focus on the fact that God is in control.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Matthew 6:25-6:34
Shared: 10/21/2001
This six part series on overcoming crippling sins is based on David Jeremiah’s book "Slaying The Giants in Your Life."
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 6:25-6:34
Tags: Guilt
Shared: 5/13/2002
Fear God? Seriously? I thought that was "so" Old Testament. But 18 times Proverbs repeats the theme that wise people will "fear the LORD". Can fearing God actually be a good thing?
Scripture: Proverbs 9:10
Shared: 5/5/2013