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Jesus is the source of life, and His life within you is for one purpose-THAT YOU MIGHT BEAR FRUIT. We need to ask ourselves 2 questions: 1. Are we connected to Christ, and 2. If we are in Christ, then how much fruit is there in our lives?
Denomination: Assembly of God
Shared: 10/30/2002
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Facebook is experimenting with a few new features to guilt people into being more involved on their website. Find why that is, and why it’s also a problem in Church. What "features" does God use to help His people be more involved in His church.
Shared: 6/25/2012
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Are you sitting the bench, or are you on the floor playing for your master? (Features videos of Jeremy Lin and his faith). Consider the common Bible and Basketball themes in this sermon.
Series: Game Changer
Scripture: Acts 9:1-9:22
Shared: 3/5/2012
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When we’re connected to Christ, the True Vine, our lives bear fruit.
Denomination: Congregational
Shared: 7/7/2002
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“Abide in me and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, unless it abides in the in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me. I am the vine you are the branches. He who abides in me, and I in him, bears much fruit; for without me you
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Tags: Faith
Shared: 4/25/2003
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2nd Sunday of End Time(WWIID #2) - Knowing that Jesus is the Vine and we are the branches means knowing that we are dead without Jesus but with Jesus we are alive in Jesus’ love.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: John 15:5-15:12
Shared: 11/19/2002
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PART 2 A lot of this sermon series is like the study the Vine & Branch Study
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 15:1-15:18
Shared: 5/26/2004
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God rewards his people with effective works for abiding in the Son.
Series: John
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: John 15:3-15:6
Shared: 5/3/2010
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Lesson in Spiritual Pruning. When a branch is pruned, it must remember its roots, to draw its strength and life’s blood. It must push forth from a dormant bud, that it might bear more fruit in its next season of life.
Scripture: John 15:1-15:16
Shared: 7/20/2008
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