• 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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  • Mary A Terrific Teenager

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2019

    The Roman Catholic Church has defied this young girl and in response, many Protestants have demoted her as some kind of second-class servant of God. This is wrong because she, like her Son, was one of God's suffering servants.

    MARY - THE TERRIFIC TEENAGER Luke 1:26-38 A remarkable thing about God is that he trusts us with His work. He trusted men and women in Bible times to receive and record His revelations of Himself. He entrusted His church with His supreme revelation, Jesus, and with the great commission more

  • A Chronological Exposition Of The Christmas Narratives

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2019

    Each event in the Christmas narrative is explained and applied to our lives.

    A SHORT EXPOSITION OF THE CHRISTMAS STORY IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER From the Book, “Every Day with Jesus”, a one year’s journey through the Life of Jesus in chronological order with devotional comments for each day. An E-Book is available at bob maraurelle A. The Birth more

  • The Inn Keeper Who Missed Christmas

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2019

    In celebrating Christmas we need the proper balance between emphasizing the Christ of Christmas and the celebration of Christmas.

    THE INNKEEPER WHO MISSED CHRISTMAS Luke 2:7 Text: “. . .and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in strips of cloth and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them The man who ran the motel in Bethlehem, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, where millions of more

  • What Will This Child Be?

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2019

    In the two babies of the Christmas story, Jesus and John, we see the limitless potential of every human being for good or evil and the responsibility of parents to build Christian character.

    WHAT WILL THIS CHILD BE (The Birth of John the Baptizer) Luke 1:66 “What manner of child shall this be?” A baby can draw a crowd. The one in the cradle gets the attention. Some of the onlookers are prejudiced. They are the grandparents who know why these children are called “grand”. more

  • Joseph The Good Man We Forget

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2019

    The New Testament says very little about Joseph. But when we read between the lines we se he is a remarkable servant of God, a man of compassion and courage.

    JOSEPH - THE GOOD MAN WE FORGET Matt. 1:18-25 Of all the characters surrounding the Christ child at Christmas, the one we forget the most is Joseph. The Bible never mentions any animals in the stable. They are the product, says Paul Harvey, of legend and logic. Yet the sheep and cattle get 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