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  • Getting Back On Courseq Series

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 26, 2001
    based on 90 ratings
     | 7,403 views

    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, fruitless ...read more

  • Don't Sink The Ship Series

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 21, 2001
    based on 124 ratings
     | 8,829 views

    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 ...read more

  • Overcoming The Obstacles Series

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 12, 2001
    based on 188 ratings
     | 13,961 views

    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 ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 34

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 114 ratings
     | 3,750 views

    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 ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 33

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 88 ratings
     | 3,995 views

    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, ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 32

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 100 ratings
     | 3,284 views

    Lesson 32

    Life is filled with choices. Some of those choices are of very little importance and do not carry with them any major, life-changing consequences. Other choices however are quite important, and making the wrong choice could alter our lives forever. Not only our earthly lives, but our eternal ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 31

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 95 ratings
     | 2,696 views

    Lesson 31

    For the first and only time in this sermon, we find Jesus addressing the same subject twice. The subject of prayer was covered in detail in Matthew 6, especially in the section dealing with the Model Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13). His second mention of the subject shows how serious a matter prayer is ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 30

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 126 ratings
     | 3,650 views

    Lesson 30

    We now come to a section of the Sermon on the Mount that has often been greatly misunderstood and misapplied. The purpose of this lesson is to try and come to some understanding of what Jesus actually meant when He said, "Judge not, that ye be not judged." I. A CONDEMNING SPIRIT REBUKED ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 29

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 94 ratings
     | 2,989 views

    Lesson 29

    As Jesus continues His Sermon on the Mount, He addresses an issue that most of us are all too familiar with, and that is the issue of worry. Perhaps it will bring some comfort to know that we are not the first people to ever have to worry or be anxious about paying our bills, feeding our families, ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 28

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 94 ratings
     | 2,220 views

    Lesson 28

    In verses 1-18 of Matthew 6 it’s as if we have been in the sanctuary of the Lord communing with Him who "seeth in secret." Beginning in verse 19, we leave the safety and security of communion with the Lord, and immediately find ourselves combating the temptations and trials of the world. It is no ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 27

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 80 ratings
     | 1,429 views

    Lesson 27

    "For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen." I. A DOXOLOGY OF PRAISE The word "doxology" comes from two Greek words. One word is doxa which means "glory or praise." The other word is logos which means "word or to speak." So a "doxology" is a spoken word of glory ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 26

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 88 ratings
     | 1,672 views

    Lesson 26

    "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil:" This is perhaps the most difficult of all the Lord’s words in this "Model Prayer." The difficulty arises from what seems to be a contradiction of other Scriptures. For example, James 1:13 says, "Let no man say when he is tempted, I am ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 25

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 85 ratings
     | 1,590 views

    Lesson 25

    "And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors." At the outset of any discussion concerning this verse one must observe closely how it begins. It begins with the word "And", which connects it closely to the previous verse. There are at least three practical reasons for the connection ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 24

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 93 ratings
     | 1,639 views

    Lesson 24

    "Give us this day our daily bread." Here we have the first of three petitions relating to our personal needs. While a good amount of our prayer time ought to involve worship, it also involves asking for specific needs to be met. James said specifically, "ye have not, because ye ask not" (James ...read more

  • Sermon On The Mount Lesson 23

    Contributed by Bill Prater on Jan 8, 2001
    based on 81 ratings
     | 1,636 views

    Lesson 23

    "...Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven..." Our Father has a name we must hallow, He has a kingdom which must be established, and in addition, He has a will we must obey. Obeying the will of God is the natural result of His kingdom rule being established in our hearts. Or as Arthur ...read more