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We are the salt the silent work of influence and the light the visible manifestation of God in people’s lives.
Contributor: Jose Marin (2 sermons shared)
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Shared: 10/22/2001
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As a child I really enjoyed playing hide and go seek. Little did I realize as a child how much this game of hide and seek paralleled the Return - The Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 11/29/2011
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Remember Jesus words to us: Unless you become as a child again, you will not inherit the kingdom of heaven! Our Lord does not mean there is anything wrong with maturing in growing up. There is a big difference between being child-like and childish.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 12/1/2011
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Last in series on Eternity. Living with an eternal perspective changes how we live in the present.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Peter 3:11-3:14
Shared: 7/3/2006
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Eighth in a series on Revival influenced by Rick Atchley. This lesson draws upon the work of Elijah.
Series: Revival
Shared: 1/24/2003
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A little boy was asked, "What is a saint?" He replied, "A saint is a person who lets the light shine through." Evidently he got this idea by watching the sun shine through the prophets of God in the stained-glass windows of his church.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 5:1-5:12
Shared: 1/27/2011
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This story addresses: 1. The question of suffering. 2. The reality of spiritual blindness. 3. The hope of a new world
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: John 9:1-9:11
Shared: 7/23/2007
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If we love the Lord as we should what will happen to us? 1- God will guard our lives 2- God will shed light on us 3- God will bring joy to our hearts
Scripture: Psalms 97:10-97:12
Shared: 6/28/2013
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This sermon uses several sections of Ephesians to describe why we need to take our Spiritual warfare seriously.
Series: Get Smart
Shared: 7/6/2008
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To some people, the world is a dark and difficult experience. But in the midst of their frustration, there is the hint of eternity that makes them hope that there is something more than they are presently experiencing.
Series: Max Factor
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3:11
Shared: 10/5/2008