• 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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  • Church - Who Needs It

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2020

    There are many reasons people are not drawn to our churches, some of them are good. Whatever we think about the church, it belongs to Jesus and we should go to help others as he commands and to help ourselves.

    CHURCH – WHO NEEDS IT Bob Marcaurelle “We must not give up assembling together as some people are in the habit of doing. We should encourage one another especially since we see the day (Of Christ’s coming) drawing near.” (Heb. 10: 25) Even in NT times some believers had more

  • Temptation - In The Ring With The Devil

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2020

    We can ruin our lives or our witness in one careless moment. To overcome temptation we need to remember the price, resist ahead of time and run away from temptation.

    TEMPTATION – IN THE RING WITH THE DEVIL Bob Marcaurelle James 1:13-15 “A person is tempted when he is lured (a fishing term) away and trapped by his own evil desires. His evil desire conceives and gives birth to sin. And sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to more

  • Christian Growth Through Confession

    Contributed on Sep 25, 2020

    Christians grow by losing one sin at a time and replacing it with one virtue at a time, as we admit our sin, confess our sin, turn from our sin and accept God's forgiveness and move on.

    CHRISTIAN GROWTH THROUGH CONFESSION (First John 1:7-2:4 / Psalm 51 / 32 / Romans 7:14-24) Bob Marcaurelle 1 John 1:8-9 “If we (Christians 5:13) say we have no sin (Sin nature), we deceive ourselves and the truth (of the Bible) is not in us. But if we confess our more

  • Between Weird And Worldly

    Contributed on Sep 17, 2020

    In dealing with the world around us we need to be in the world to witness without letting the world's, ways and values get into us. Maintaining this balance some will see us as weird and some as worldly

    BETWEEN WEIRD AND WORLDLY Bob Marcaurelle “The Lord says, ‘Come out from among them and be separated from them. Then I will receive you and be a Father to you. You will be my sons and daughters.’” (2 Corinthians 6:17-18) PART 1: In Grammar School I was walking down more

  • Greed - America's God

    Contributed on Sep 10, 2020

    What we think about the most; work the hardest for and love the most is our "god". And for most Americans, even those in our churches, this is material possessions. We worship "ourselves" and the possessions are out offerings to ourselves

    AMERICA’S GREATEST SIN - WANTING WAY TOO MUCH Matt. 6:19-27 “Do not store up treasures on earth / Store up treasures in heaven, - For where your treasure is there your heart is / No man can serve two masters / You cannot serve both God and Mammon (Money). Do not worry (be torn up) about your life 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