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While I recognize that sometimes a church service can seem dull, especially to a non-Christian, I want to suggest this morning that true worship is anything but boring. The very essence of what worship is does not allow us to be bored. When we come befo
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 96:1-96:13
Shared: 5/20/2003
This sermon is about new beginnings. We all mess up. And because we all mess up, we like to start over. But after too many disappointments we often give up. However, the Bible speaks of a "new creation"--and then we become abassadors of Jesus!
Denomination: Adventist
Shared: 2/1/2002
The church is compared to a house, and we are the individual building blocks.
Shared: 8/16/2002
A challenge to the church to Worship, Evangelize, Learn, & Love.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 8/3/2005
As we understand the ramifications of Christ dwelling within us, we will strive for maturity in our faith and can become all that God desires for us to be.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/15/2003
1- God’s purpose in our church 2-God’s purpose in our sinful world 3- God’s purpose in our hurting world
Shared: 3/16/2004
We need to be reminded that we come into the presence of God every time we worship.
Shared: 8/16/2002
You and I were created for community. That’s why our topic this morning is so important. You were made to have intimate relationships, to serve people lavishly, to share the stuff that you have, to build into the lives of the people around you, to have p
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/29/2003
Since we’ve been saved so that we can serve, it’s important for us to understand how God has wired us. When we serve in ways that maximize who we are, and what we’ve been given, the church will be fortified and we’ll experience fruitfulness and fulfillmen
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:8
Shared: 3/26/2003
A message to encourage people to be usable vessels for the advancement of God’s Kingdom.
Denomination: *Other
Shared: 5/15/2002