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When the Israelites reject Samuel and cry out for a King, God essentially tells Samuel: it’s not about you. This simple piece of advice made a powerful difference for Samuel, and can do the same for us. Find out why.
Series: Heroes
Scripture: 1 Samuel 8:1-8:22
Shared: 10/22/2006
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The argument turns from how to be saved to why Israel wasn't saved with these verses. Like so many people today the Jews had rejected God's plan to save the world, they had rejected Jesus as the Messiah basically because they had rejected God's Word.
Series: Romans
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 10:17-10:21
Shared: 6/11/2012
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Almost all of us have experienced rejection, but many of us have not understood its nature or its effects. Your rejection may have been something relatively minor -or it may have been so devastating that it affected your whole life & all of your relations
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Ephesians 1:6
Shared: 8/5/2013
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How the world sees Christmas is far from what God was actually doing.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 12/14/2003
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In the story of Satan in the Garden we see the beginning of Relativistic Morality and the absurdity it now has reaped upon our society
Scripture: Genesis 3:1-3:10
Shared: 7/10/2001
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This sermon is an exegetical sermon from a rare character’s perspective.
Series: Fear Factor
Shared: 2/18/2004
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Sermon 1 in a series on Fear.
Shared: 6/24/2002
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The sermon uses "Linebacker Evangelism" (which can be seen and/or purchased at sermoncentral.com) to set the stage for a Friend Day later in the month.
Scripture: Acts 9:1-9:22
Shared: 2/2/2007
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In some form or fashion we all have experienced rejection and felt the effects that it brings with it and will continue to feel them for many years to come. Rejection is a part of life that affects each of us at some point and it’s not limited to only on
Denomination: Apostolic
Scripture: 1 Peter 3:14
Shared: 3/12/2004
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