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God uses a surge of problems sometimes to DIRECT us, to INSPECT us, to CORRECT us, to CONNECT US, to PROTECT US, to PERFECT us, & to PROJECT us. Link included to free PowerPoint Presentation and formatted text version.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks, how should Christians respond and what does the Bible say about tragedy?
Contributor: Brian Bill (489 sermons shared)
The story of Horacio Spafford from his daughter’s book tells the true story of his life. The sermon helps us deal with the struggles we face in life.
Contributor: David Rigg (268 sermons shared)
How can a just God permit suffering in our lives?
Series: Got Questions?
Contributor: Jeff Strite (685 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 12:1-12:10
Here is a sad story of a man who was truly blessed by God
Contributor: Mark Perryman (122 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Genesis 19:15-19:24
What do we do when we find ourselves out of our comfort zone as a result of following God?
Contributor: Kevin L. Jones (107 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 1:7
In Case of Emergency--Have FAITH, not FEAR; PRAY, don’t PANIC; BELIEVE, don’t BLAME; RESPOND, don’t RUN. Link included to free formatted text version, handout, and PowerPoint Presentation.
Scripture: Matthew 14:22-14:33
This sermon is designed to encourage people during a time of personal or national crisis.
Contributor: Marty Baker (36 sermons shared)
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Job 1:1-1:22
[Hurricane Katrina--1 year later.] Jesus and His disciples are on a stormy sea, and we can learn much about our voyage thru life by way of this passage. Link included to formatted MS Word text and PowerPoint Presentation.
Series: THE GOSPEL OF JESUS
Scripture: Matthew 8:23-8:27
Our president has called for National Days of Prayer and Remembrance, but what is it that we should remember?
Contributor: John Hamby (399 sermons shared)