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Titus and Timothy are both told to select appropriate men to lead the church as Elders. But what does God expect of these leaders and how can we (as the congregation) assist them in their role?
Scripture: Titus 1:5-1:11
Shared: 9/12/2010
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There are other shepherds out there, and even the most Godly Christian struggles with making the LORD his trued shepherd. Find out why.
Scripture: Psalms 23:1-23:6
Shared: 6/25/2007
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Why touch a leper? They were "untouchable", declared unclean, outcasts to all. But Jesus touched this man. Why? And what can we learn from what He did that day?
Scripture: Mark 1:40-1:45
Shared: 11/3/2013
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A look at why God chose shepherds to hear the news if the King of Kings birth.
Denomination: Salvation Army
Scripture: Luke 2:8-2:20
Shared: 12/25/2009
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Obviously, God wants us to be a happy, satisfied people. We shouldnít be restless & jealous, always chafing about what we donít have. There should be a spirit of thankfulness in us that brands us as belonging to Him. (Powerpoints available - #142)
Shared: 12/20/2000
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There has been much teaching on the role of the pastor and his relationship to those God has placed in the local congregation under his authority.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 4/18/2001
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This sermon speaks of the relationship between Christ and His church as that of the Shepherd and sheep. It looks at some of Satanís pitfalls in the church, as thieves and robbers, and relates the sheepfold to the church.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 10:1-10:21
Shared: 7/7/2001
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This scripture talks about: 1. The nature of sheep. 2. The nature of the enemies of the sheep. 3. The nature of the Shepherd.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 10/2/2007
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