• Bob Marcaurelle

    Contributing sermons since Jun 4, 2004
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Pastor Meadowbrook Baptist Church, Anderson, SC
Anderson, South Carolina 29621

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  • Three Appooaches To Life

    Contributed on Apr 25, 2022

    The Parable of the Good Samaritan show us the three approaches to like- beating people up, passing people up and helping people up

    THREE APPROACHES TO LIFE Luke 10:25-37 From the Book, “Parables Found Only in Luke” Last week we saw that the religion of the Scribes and Pharisees lacked love for people. They looked down on people socially, racially and religiously. This was strange because the Old more

  • Thanksgiving, Christmas And Providence

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2021

    In the birth of our country and in the birth of Jesus we see the invisible, providential hand of God shaping nations and events in preparation for both; and that, more than anything else is what we need in our fractured and fragile country today.

    THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS AND PROVIDENCE “When the time had fully come, God sent His Son.” (Galatians 4:4) “The Lord works out everything for His own purposes, even the wicked for the day of disaster.” (Proverbs. 16:4) Bob Marcaurelle Universal “providence” means more

  • Creation, Science And The Bible

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2021

    This message affirms that there is nothing in the Genesis account of creation that differs from the major findings of modern science.

    CREATION, SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE Genesis 1:1-2:3 Bob Marcaurelle For brevity and beauty of composition and of expression, the Bible account of creation has no equal. At the center stage is the Creator-God who acts (1:1-2) and the matter and energy of the universe comes more

  • 6. The Life Of Jacob - The Man Who Fought God

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2021

    The life of Jacob shows there is little in him to love, but God loved him and never gave up on him. He worked with him until he became "Israel" - prince with God

    From Adam to Malachi 6. THE LIFE OF JACOB- THE MAN WHO FOUGHT GOD Gen. 25-49 "The God before whom my fathers, Abraham and Isaac walked, the God who has led me all my life long to this very day, the angel who has re¬deemed me from all evil, bless the lads" (Gen. 48:15-16). more

  • Continual Repentance And Faith (John Announces Jesus)

    Contributed on Aug 26, 2021

    In the process of conversion (the lower part of the new birth from above) God contacts us, convinces us of our need of Jesus, converts us and makes repentance and faith a continual part of our lives.

    Preaching Through the Life of Jesus Year 1 1. The Preaching of John the baptizer Matthew 3:1-12; Mark 1:1-6; Luke 3:1-18 3. CONTINIAL REPENTANCE AND FAITH “Repent and be baptized so your sins can be forgiven.” (Mark 1:4) “To the / church at Ephesus. / You do not have the love you had at more

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  • Before He Became A Christian, Augustine Lived A ...

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010

    Before he became a Christian, Augustine lived a pleasure filled life. Many years after his conversion, he was approached by a prostitute he once knew, who called out his name. When he ignored her, she said, “Augustine, you know me. Don’t you remember me?” Augustine said, “Yes, I know you, but more

  • Lucky

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    LUCKY Adrian Rogers says, "God doesn't change us in order to love us. He loves us in order to change us." He tells of the words in a paper: "Lost Dog" Small yellow dog- scarred with mange; two ears gone from more

  • D. L. Moody Used To Say He Was Glad We Are Not ...

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    D. L. Moody used to say he was glad we are not saved by our good works, because he didn’t want to sit in heaven listening more

  • Claiming ...

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010

    Claiming Forgiveness How do we know our sins are gone in God’s sight? Most of us know we have been born again. We see the difference. But how do we know we are forgiven? We know it only by taking God at His word and claiming it by faith. Emperor Napoleon, riding through his ranks more

  • A Problem Worthy Of God

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010

    A PROBLEM WORTHY OF GOD Martin Luther says the fact that a moral and just God can let the guilty go unpunished is "a problem worthy of God." Any judge who sets a guilty person free with no punishment is immoral and unjust. Suppose a Judge has a man before him who is guilty, but has truly had a more