• Dave Mcfadden

    Contributing sermons since Oct 20, 2004
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First Baptist Church
Portales New Mexico , 88130
(505) 356-6761

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  • "The Importance Of Repentance”

    Contributed on May 9, 2018

    A sermon on the importance of repentance.

    Today, we are beginning a series of messages on the subject of repentance. Our goal is to clarify the value of repentance in in our lives as believers and recognize what true repentance is and isn’t. So what is repentance? The Greek word translated “repent” is metanoia. It literally means to more

  • "Bringing Children To Jesus”

    Contributed on May 7, 2018

    What is involved in bringing children to Jesus?

    We’re familiar with songs like “Jesus Loves Me” or “Jesus Loves the Little Children.” Those songs are based on biblical truth. Jesus does love children. The parents of these children wanted Jesus to touch them and bless them, and He was more than willing to do so. With this in mind, I want us to more

  • "I Will Quit Comparing”

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2018

    The habit of comparing ourselves with others can keep us from God's best.

    I Quit: - In this series, we’ve talked about things we need to quit. Things that can prevent us from fully surrendering to God’s plan for our lives. We’ve talked about how making excuses, complaining, and fear can keep us from God’s best. Now today, I want us to consider another habit that can more

  • "I Will Quit Living In Fear”

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2018

    How can I overcome the fears that might prevent me from surrendering fully to God's plan for my life?

    In this series, we’ve talked about what we need to quit if we’re going to experience God’s best for us. Today, we’re going to think about how fear can prevent us from surrendering fully to God’s plan for our lives and experiencing God’s best for us. And we’re going to look at the gift God has given more

  • "I Will Quit Complaining”

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2018
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    Complaining can keep us from experiencing God's best.

    How many of you know somebody who complains all the time? How many of you are that person? Well, after today’s message, some of you will find help with the problem of complaining while others of you will no doubt find something else to complain about. Through-out Scripture, we read of people more

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  • A Young Lady Once Went To Will Rogers For ...

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2008

    A young lady once went to Will Rogers for counseling and said, “Mr. Rogers, what can I do about pride? Every time I look in the mirror, I think I’m beautiful.” Will more

  • A Fellow Once Made The Remark That If He Were ...

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2008

    A fellow once made the remark that if he were God, he could certainly do things much better than God seemed to. For example, he said, if I were God I would not have caused the fruit of such a tremendous tree as the oak to be an acorn. Such a mighty tree needs to bear a much larger fruit, like a more

  • Satan's Best Strategy

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2008

    Satan's Best Strategy Satan called in some of his lieutenants to help him develop a strategy for keeping God’s people living in defeat. One strategy after another was suggested. To keep God’s people living in defeat, it was decided that they could try to keep them from prayer, the Bible, and more

  • I Took A Piece Of Modeling ...

    Contributed on Jun 16, 2008

    I took a piece of modeling clay; And idly molded it one day; And as my fingers pressed it still, It moved and yielded to my will. I came again when days were past; The piece of clay was hard at last. The shape I gave it still it bore; And I could change it nevermore. I took apiece of living more

  • We Read In The Papers, We Hear On The ...

    Contributed on Jun 16, 2008

    We read in the papers, we hear on the air, Of killing and stealing, and crime everywhere. We sigh, and we say, as we notice the trend, "This young generation! Where will it all end?" But can we be sure that it’s their fault alone? That maybe most of it isn’t really our own ? Too much money to more