• Bill Prater

    Contributing sermons since Dec 29, 2000
Bill's church

fellowship baptist
liberal, Kansas 67901

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  • Getting Back On Courseq

    Contributed on Jan 26, 2001
    based on 90 ratings

    Sin does not necessarily destroy our hopes of a victorious life nor does it disqualify us from receiving the best that God has for us..

    NAVIGATING THE NEW YEAR Getting Back on Course Three weeks ago, when I started this series on "Navigating the New Year", my purpose was to try and encourage you to get everything out of the year 2001 that the Lord had for you. My desire was not to preach a series of fluffy, feel good, more

  • Don't Sink The Ship

    Contributed on Jan 21, 2001
    based on 124 ratings

    What I hope to convey to you in this message, and what I hope we will all go away from here with, is an understanding of the destructiveness of sin.

    NAVIGATING THE NEW YEAR Don’t Sink the Ship When we ended the message last week, we did so with the children of Israel celebrating the Destruction of their Enemy and rejoicing because of the Depth of their Victory. Although they didn’t make much sense to them, the Israelites followed the more

  • Overcoming The Obstacles

    Contributed on Jan 12, 2001
    based on 188 ratings

    Like the Israelites of old, many of us find ourselves staring at an obstacle of some kind that stands between us and the spiritual goals we have set for ourselves for the new year.

    NAVIGATING THE NEW YEAR Overcoming the Obstacles Bette Nesmith had a good secretarial job in a Dallas bank when she ran across a problem that interested her. Her thought was, there must be a better way to correct typewriter errors? Having had some art experience, she knew that artists who more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 34

    Contributed on Jan 8, 2001
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    Lesson 34

    As we approach the end of the Lord’s Sermon on the Mount, we are faced with some of the most solemn, sober, soul-searching words ever to proceed from the lips of the Son of God. I. THE DANGER OF DECEPTION vs. 21-23 In the previous verses Jesus encouraged us to be on the lookout for false more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 33

    Contributed on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 88 ratings

    Lesson 33

    It’s sad to say, but many in our society today have bought into the notion that truth is relative. In other words, truth depends on how you define it. What is true for one individual may not necessarily be true for another. What is true today may not necessarily be true tomorrow. Consequently, more

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