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The people of that day were unbelievably wicked, but was there a chance God would have spared them? Did God want to? And what can the flood tells us about the coming judgment at the end of time when Jesus returns?
Series: The Beginning and The End
Scripture: Genesis 6:5-6:13
Contributor: John Kapteyn (218 sermons shared)
On the face of it, the Prayer of Jabez would appear to be the kind of petition God wouldn’t answer - too selfish.
Series: The Prayer of Jabez
Scripture: 1 Chronicles 4:9-4:10
Why wouldn’t people love their neighbors? And do I have to love myself before I can show this kind of love to others?
Series: Whom Do You Love?
Scripture: Luke 10:25-10:37
Sunday Morning Church is only a pre-game warmup for "real worship". Find out what real worship is all about and why it’s important we not think about it the same way the world does.
Series: Making The Church Go
Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:16
When we were children, many of used to pick a flower and then pluck its petals saying "She loves me, she loves me not." Some of the petals were "love me" petals, and the rest were "love me nots". What "love me nots" do we find in I Corinthians 13?
Series: All You Need Is Love
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:4-13:8
This sermon looks at the spoiled nature of Ahab and contrast that with Naboth who was a man of integrity and priciples.
Series: Dangerous Emotions
Contributor: Bradford Robinson (20 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 21:1-21:29
For bondages to be broken we must deal with sin: that we have committed and that which has been committed against us, then we can be free.
Contributor: Kurt Heisey (19 sermons shared)
How the Holy Spirit Protects Us From People Who Would Use the Scriptures for Their Selfish Ambitions
Contributor: Paul Fritz (1380 sermons shared)
Scripture: Mark 7:11-7:12
Can you fall down so far you can't get up? Judas did. Are there people in the church today who are like Judas? Is it possible we could be like him? And if so, how would we avoid becoming like him in our lives?
Series: Hard Questions