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While much surrounds us that is discouraging, our great God is busy encouraging his people in the work of the Lord.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 1/16/2002
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Being humble is difficult because as soon as you believe that you are becoming more humble, you in essence are not humble anymore! Reminds me of the old Mac Davis song O Lord it is hard to be humble when you are perfect in every way.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 10/27/2011
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In Greek, the word translated "perfect" in Matthew is "teleios". " If something accomplishes what it is designed to do, it is said to be perfect that is "teleios" So "telios" is often translated as "mature". "Teleios" has the idea of "being complete."
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 2/18/2011
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Timothy is called a "Man of God". What are the attributes of a "Man of God"?
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-6:16
Shared: 2/10/2010
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Was Jesus teaching us that we can "buy" our way into heaven by doing good works?
Shared: 9/3/2006
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Christís crucifixation brought about more than anguish to His soul. It openned the doorway to Heaven, where He returned victorious over sin, death & hell. He is raised on high & ready to share His victory & its glorious blessings with all who will follow
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 53:10-53:12
Shared: 7/28/2008
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The Servant is not a helpless victim of circumstance, but One who in His submissiveness & innocence fulfills the greater purposes of God. Thus in the end He will prosper & be victorious, for His vicarious suffering is Godís plan to accomplish His purpose
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/21/2008
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The Bible tells us very little about what Deacons were and what they did. And when these men do their jobs correctly they can become the most important leaders in the Church. What should a deacon do? And how does he become so important to God?
Scripture: Acts 6:1-6:7
Shared: 9/19/2010
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"If anyone forces you to go one mile go also the second mile." This command is known by some theologians as:The "Second Mile Principle". Yet far too few Christians apply themselves .to this principle.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:42
Shared: 2/22/2014
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A sermon examining our service to The Lord.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 17:7-17:10
Shared: 2/23/2014
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