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How to grow in Christlike Faith
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 6/6/2002
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Jesus told the rich young ruler to sell everything that he had, give it to the poor and follow Him. Do I have to give away everything to follow Christ? Do I have to sell all that I have in order to please Him?
Series: Not A Fan
Scripture: Luke 18:18-18:30
Shared: 10/12/2014
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This series will examine seven areas that we need to give up to God’s control if we are to follow Jesus in holistic community. This sermon begins by focusing on the importance of seven as a symbol of being complete or totally used by God.
Denomination: Church of God
Shared: 9/10/2008
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To show what God expects out of His children
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:2
Shared: 12/21/2000
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Ruth’s pledge to Naomi has such a powerful effect on us that many include her words in their weddings and on jewelry. God also regards her commitment as the basis of true love.
Scripture: Ruth 1:16-1:17
Shared: 2/18/2002
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God is calling us to be totally committed
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:2
Shared: 11/12/2002
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If the youth is the future of the nations, then we have to ask this legitimate question: How can a young man keep his way pure? By living according to your word. Psa 119:9
Shared: 11/29/2012
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Sometimes our commitment is more words than action...
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:2
Tags: Faith
Shared: 4/11/2002
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Christ used the kingdom parables to illustrate and teach spiritual truths. Each of these parables can be applied at times to several aspects of life and faith in the kingdom. In this parabale notice the total disregard for God.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 1/23/2004
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We allwant total forgiveness from God... but we need to learn how He wants us to Totally Forgive one another.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Ephesians 4:30-5:2
Shared: 9/22/2003