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Paul told the Ephesian elders that wolves would arise from among the own number. How were they to be able to tell when someone (like an Elder) had become one of the bad guys?
Series: Iron Man
Contributor: Jeff Strite (698 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: Acts 20:28-20:31
How do tragic world events affect the Christian? Jesus gives 3 principles, Do not fear, Watch, and Testify.
Contributor: Eddie Snipes (135 sermons shared)
Tags: Messianic Prophecies
On keeping our focus as a church during a time of national buildup toward war.
Contributor: Galen Hackman (11 sermons shared)
Tags: Kingdom Of God
The devil is at his worst when he realizes time is about to run out-he must know the signs of the times, and that Jesus could return at any moment. Link inc. to formatted text, audio/video, PowerPoint.
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (649 sermons shared)
Scripture: Nehemiah 6:1-6:19
Four ways to face rumors about the end of the world with confidence.
Contributor: Timothy Peck (143 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Thessalonians 2:1-2:12
This is a message encourageing believers and the Church at Large that Christ is working on our behalf in the most difficult of times. The message is based on "The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe."
Contributor: Dave Anderson (1 sermons shared)
Scripture: Song of Solomon 2:11-2:12
The original and abrupt ending of the Gospel of Mark allows us to finish the story of Christís resurrection in our own lives. What will it mean to us to meet Jesus in our own "Galilees?"
Contributor: Scott Nichols (9 sermons shared)
Scripture: Mark 16:1-16:8
There is a rumor going around that no one seems able to stop.
Contributor: Rodney Buchanan (344 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:32
Our unquenchable desires for meaning and more declare that we are made for meaning and more, namely God, and therefore we will only find meaning and more (satisfaction) in Him alone.
Contributor: Jarrod Jones (5 sermons shared)
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 1:15-1:18
Rumors and gossip are things that we should avoid at all cost because the information we spread can be destructive. Like fire, rumors grow larger; and like charcoal, they never die out. Rumors are also quickly eaten up by people with a spiritual hunger.
Contributor: Damian Phillips (281 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 26:20-26:22