• Bud Martenn

    Contributing sermons since Nov 2, 2000
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Bethel Memorial Baptist
LaFayette, Georgia 30728

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  • He Came To Himself

    Contributed on Sep 24, 2003
    based on 74 ratings

    We will never come to all that we can be until we come honestly to ourselves

    We’ve gone to the moon without coming to ourselves We’ve broken the atom without being broken ourselves We’re explored the depths of the sea without ever examining our own heart You don’t have to be young to be a prodigal NOTICE ALL THAT THE SON CAME TO 1. He came to his more

  • Binding Jesus

    Contributed on Sep 24, 2003
    based on 95 ratings

    Can it be that we are guilty of binding the only one who can set us free?

    ILLUSTRATION: Have a rope to carry throughout the message. You may want to tie your own hands or the hands of some of the leaders of your church to illustrate how unfaithfulness limits their ministry. You also may want to tie the hands of someone in the audience and put a leader on them to more

  • When He Shall Appear

    Contributed on Sep 24, 2003
    based on 31 ratings

    The coming of Christ has long been antisipated by believers

    1. What do you look forward to?(anticipate) 2. Life seems to be made up of one event after another that we look forward to 3. Some of us look forward to: • The weekend • Eating out • The workweek • Vacation • School • Christmas • Summer more

  • Consider Him

    Contributed on Mar 25, 2002
    based on 74 ratings

    The highest thoughts a man can have is when he considers Jesus Christ

    CONSIDER HIM Heb.12:1-3 1. The word “consider” > analogizomai > ana = up, upon + logos word, logic 2. Literally to - analyse, think upon, study, contemplate, meditate, concentrate 3. The entire book of Hebrews is a consideration of Jesus Christ (3:1)(7:4)(12:3) 4. We (like the more

  • What The Stable And Your Heart Have In Common

    Contributed on Dec 16, 2001
    based on 471 ratings

    It doesn’t matter where Christ was born if he has not been born in our hearts

    Lk.2:1-7 To compare the birth of Christ at Bethlehem with his birth in our hearts "The birth of Christ means little or nothing to us if he has not been born in our heart" 1. God has not left this world without a yearly witness of the birth of his son 2. This time of year the witness more

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