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We are the salt the silent work of influence and the light the visible manifestation of God in people’s lives.
Contributor: Jose Marin (2 sermons shared)
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Shared: 10/22/2001
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God has called us to live our lives as Bold Adventurers. We are called to live a unique life, a bold life and life where we know who we are why we believe. How do we fulfill the adventure that God has set before us?
Scripture: 1 Peter 3:8-3:17
Shared: 2/9/2014
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Five Qualities in which Christians are to be Like Salt.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 5:13
Shared: 5/31/2005
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Matthew 5: 13 - 16 Christians need to be the Salt of the World and be Light
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/1/2002
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There are lots of bad role models in this world . But Jesus called us to be role models of His way of life for others. So, how do I become the kind of role model he wants me to be and how can I make a difference in the lives of others?
Shared: 5/20/2012
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Too many Christians fail to appropriate the benefits, privileges and responsibilities of being salt and light. As a result, millions suffer because they continue to be spoiled by the world and its destrutive ways. Similarly, approximately 5.7 billion peop
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Tags: Faith
Shared: 8/19/2003
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, “If your church was removed tomorrow from your neighborhood, from the community, would anybody notice?” I know you would notice, but what about the people in our community?
Denomination: Nazarene
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 6/24/2004
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If a Christian makes little effort in his Christianity, What value does he have for God?
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 6/19/2002
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Salt and Light share 3 things in common: both are important for survival; produce purity; reveal truth. Christians do not try to be salt and light; they ARE salt and light.
Series: Evangelism
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 2/23/2006
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This is about being salt and light in our world.
Denomination: Wesleyan
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-5:16
Shared: 9/29/2005
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