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A host of people stood at the Jordan will they proceed in faith or go back into the wilderness?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Joshua 3:1-3:13
Shared: 8/5/2002
God has a greater power than we do to make the most of our transitions. (A sermon preached to introduce a series on transitions.)
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Mark 4:35-4:41
Tags: Humility
Shared: 4/12/2005
In the midst of transition, it is better to keep our priorities on God’s will rather than our own.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Romans 8:1-8:5
Shared: 5/23/2005
In a recent prayer meeting, I had a vision of a river flowing in one direction and suddenly the river made a U-turn and began flowing in the opposite direction. I then saw people who were previously in the river stepping out of the river at the turning po
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: Zechariah 3:3-3:5
Shared: 12/13/2004
We choose whether to live, serve, and behave like Christ. In times of transition, our direction appears when weh make the decision to turn our lives over to Christ so that we can live, serve, and behave as He did.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Romans 12:1-12:21
Shared: 4/19/2005
Need to encourage your people times of change or do you sense that change is coming for you and your people? I trust that this outline will be a blessing to you.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 5:17
Shared: 4/24/2009
Instruction given to congregation experiencing pastoral transition.
Denomination: Charismatic
Scripture: Joshua 1:1-1:18
Shared: 4/9/2006
Jesus wanted to take His disciples through a transition. The Holy Spirit wants us to make transitions. The “other side” represents our God- given destinies, the plans and purposes of God for our lives.
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Mark 4:35-4:41
Tags: Faith
Shared: 4/28/2007
This sermon concludes the series
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Numbers 13:1-13:33
Shared: 11/1/2008
Lent Mid-week 2: Message based on (but not adapted from) Concordia Publishing House mid-week lenten series. Saul was chosen to be the Leader of God’s people. By choosing to disobey God, he lost God’s blessing and his position as king. Our King of kings
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 3/5/2009