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Belivers will learn how to make the most of the New Year from this sermon.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Proverbs 17:24
Shared: 12/30/2000
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Isaiah invites us to look back on a year of God’s grace drawing to a close and to look ahead to another year of God’s grace that is just beginning.
Denomination: Lutheran
Tags: Joy
Shared: 1/4/2002
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The ball that drops at Times Square is called the "Star of Hope" and on its face are the "wishes" of our nation for courage, peace, fellowship etc. But if we listen to Scripture, we have a hope based on something more than "wishing upon a star."
Scripture: Proverbs 17:24
Shared: 12/31/2006
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So, we need to look back over our life (PAST) – then we need to sing and give thanks (PRESENT, appreciation) - then we need to trust GOD for the results, (FUTURE, expectation)
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 30:1-30:5
Shared: 1/15/2009
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This message defines the word communion, and encourages the Christian to examine himself and make things right before the taking of Communion.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/7/2007
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what should you do with last year
Denomination: Assembly of God
Shared: 12/29/2014
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There are 2 things that happened behind the scenes of 2013. You'll see those same two things next year...
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 12/5/2013
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how can you have a good year
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: 2 Timothy 4:7
Shared: 12/24/2014
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Brief message for New Year's Eve Devotion: 1. Remember our helpers in the Lord (vs. 3). 2. Rededicate ourselves to the highest love (vs. 3-4). 3. Rejoice in the hope of our life (vs. 3).
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 16:1-16:4
Shared: 6/23/2014
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New Year's Day. Our newness of life is found not in turning a calendar page or making a fresh start, but in Christ, Who forgives us and renews us.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Psalms 90:1-90:14
Shared: 1/3/2015