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But what do we do when we have a complaint in life? Where do we turn? The Psalmist tells us. 1- We pour out our complaints to the Lord 2- We confess the Lord as our refuge 3- We ask for the Lord’s help in time of need
Scripture: Psalms 142:1-142:7
Shared: 1/1/2014
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This sermon illustrates the everlasting mercies of God, and our Need for such mercy in this hour.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: John 5:1-5:9
Shared: 8/18/2009
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Almost all of us have had days of anxiety & stress & frayed nerve endings, & we need to learn how to deal with them. (Powerpoints available for free - Request #129.)
Scripture: Psalms 46:1-46:10
Shared: 12/19/2000
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The Psalmist declares, God is what? 1- God is our refuge, we must not fear 2- God is our strength, we must not fall 3- God is our God, we must not fight
Scripture: Psalms 46:1-46:11
Shared: 9/22/2012
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What should I do when I’m afraid? 1. Cast your cares upon God. 2. Take refuge in Him. 3. Replace anxiety with thoughts of God. 4. Keep on eye on eternity. 5. Listen to God’s Word.
Shared: 3/24/2003
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The search for security in the wake of disaster such the the recent terrorist attack on America.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 46:1-46:11
Shared: 9/13/2001
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This sermon looks at how even though times our tough, God is there as our refuge. Also takes a look at how we can trust God for His promises to our life.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Psalms 9:9-9:10
Shared: 6/24/2003
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The prophet Nahum delivers a sober message of judgment to Ninevah, but in the middle of his harsh prophecy he offers hope.
Series: The Prophets
Denomination: Congregational
Scripture: Nahum 1:1-1:15
Shared: 7/10/2002
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War tempts us to worry. But every Christ-follower can find a place of safety, a place of rest, a place of protection, a place of shelter… even in the thick of the battle.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 2:1-2:12
Shared: 3/24/2003
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A sermon designed to encourage believers and to reassure them of God’s presence at all times.
Shared: 10/4/2002
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