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Often we Christians believe that we are so insulated against evil that we do not need to be isolated from evil. Everything the Bible says is opposed to such a view. The people and the activities we are involved with can hurt us and cause us to fall.
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (409 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 4:10-4:19
Jesus is either a Rock of Refuge or a Stumbling Stone. Sermon uses three "stumbling stones" -- Sinner, Savior and Simple.
Contributor: Brian Bill (487 sermons shared)
Scripture: Romans 9:30-9:33
Is it impolite to tell people of other faiths that they are wrong?
Scripture: Acts 17:16-17:34
The Cross of Jesus tells us things we need to know, but we’re not sure we want to hear.
Scripture: Colossians 1:19-1:23
Jesus promised a peace unlike that offered by the world. What was the difference between the two, and how can we lay hold of God’s peace?
Scripture: Isaiah 26:1-26:12
Three eternal principles found in Paul’s admonition to the Christians at Corinth which are much needed in the church today. Looking past the specific concern we can see some eternal principles that Paul uses in dealing with the problem of eating food sac
Contributor: Mitchell Skelton (144 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 8:1-8:13
Tags: Christian Disciplines
This passage is Jesus’answers to the common attitude, “What I do is my own business,” the idea that we are not responsible to anyone else, and no one else has the right to make demands or claims upon us with regard to our behavior.
Contributor: John Hamby (394 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 17:1-17:6
Paul teaches us that the world will not see as being eloquent, wise or persuasive. We're never going to impress the world by "who" we are. So how can we possibly overcome the world and win it to Christ? What (or Who) is going to give us the edge?
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 1:18-2:16
The text is for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Common Lectionary Reading for Year B, and looks at Characteristics of a Disciple as in the previous two Sundays.
Contributor: R. David Reynolds (123 sermons shared)
Scripture: Mark 9:38-9:50
Tags: Love Of The Disciples
The premise of this sermon is that sometimes there is much more disappointment in our hearts than hope! Advent’s message through the Prophet Isaiah is that hope is hidden deep within us, safe and secure, and is ready to burst forth in renewed life.
Contributor: Kathy Findley (5 sermons shared)