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Three promises of Easter: Empty Cross - the forgiveness of sins, Empty Tomb - eternal life, Empty Burial Clothes - personal relationship with Jesus.
Shared: 3/8/2002
Many Christians have never truly worshiped God because they donít know how. Abraham models for us the essence of true, biblical worship.
Denomination: Wesleyan
Shared: 8/24/2002
While I recognize that sometimes a church service can seem dull, especially to a non-Christian, I want to suggest this morning that true worship is anything but boring. The very essence of what worship is does not allow us to be bored. When we come befo
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 96:1-96:13
Shared: 5/20/2003
In order to serve according to our giftedness, we must make sure that we not only understand spiritual gifts, we must discover, develop and deploy our gift mix. Since ignorance about this topic may be a chief cause of retarded spiritual growth, itís impe
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/26/2003
This morning, as we take a look at Psalm 145, we will see that worship is designed to radically impact our very lives.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 5/20/2003
David understood the priority of worship. This sermon looks at his devotion to worship and what we can learn from it.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Shared: 11/25/2005
The purpose of my message this morning is to encourage us to praise the Lord that we might enjoy the benefits and pleasure of this aspect of our worship toward God
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Isaiah 43:21
Shared: 3/22/2003
Your focus will determine your reality.
Scripture: Acts 16:16-16:40
Shared: 10/18/2005
We need to be reminded that we come into the presence of God every time we worship.
Shared: 8/16/2002
I see three different parts of Godís invitation to worship contained in Psalm 95:A Call to Rejoice (1-5);A Call to Reverence (6-7a); and A Call to Respond (7b-11).
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 95:1-95:11
Shared: 5/20/2003