• David Moore

    Contributing sermons since Feb 8, 2001
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Milton Baptist Church
Stoke-on-Trent, *Province/Other ST2 7AT
00 44 1782 536168

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  • The Death Of John

    Contributed on Aug 18, 2010
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    This sermon illustrates that though a messenger may die, his message, if it is Scriptural lives on and continues to make an impact.

    The Death of John Text: Mark 6:14-29 Introduction: We opened Mark 6 with the Lord Jesus returning to Nazareth where His mission was met with rejection. We are told that turning from that town He, “went round about the villages, teaching.” You have heard it said that one man’s rubbish is more

  • The Feast Of Tabernacles

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2010
    based on 11 ratings

    This message relates the Feast of Tabernacles to the Presence of Christ amidst His people throughout His Millennial Kingdom.

    The Feast of Tabernacles Text: Leviticus 23:33-23:43 Introduction: This morning I want to conclude our studies on the feasts of Israel. You will recall that to date we have looked at six feasts: four Spring Feasts; Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits and Pentecost and two autumn feasts: more

  • There Is No Place Like Home.

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2010
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    This message speaks of how the familiarity, pride & unbelief of Nazareth placed limitations upon the work of God, and can do the same with us.

    There’s No Place Like Home! Text: Mark 6:1-6 Introduction: Up to now in our studies of Mark we have largely witnessed the growth of Jesus’ popularity. Everywhere He went crowds thronged, people wanted to be near Him, to hear Him, see Him even to touch Him, but now as we open to more

  • The Day Of Atonement

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2010
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    To show how Israel must be prepared before the realisation of Christ's kingdom.

    Message No 7 The Feasts of Israel The Day of Atonement Aim: To show the prophetic significance of the Feast of Trumpets Text: Leviticus 23:26-32 Introduction: We come now to the sixth and penultimate feast day of Israel, Yom Kippur: the Day of Atonement. Historically, the Day of more

  • Reach Out And Touch The Lord

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    This sermon speaks of Christ’s power after every resource has been exhausted and shows how that profession must lead to confession.

    Reach Out And Touch The Lord Text: Mark 5:25-34. Introduction: Once again we find ourselves in the fifth chapter of Mark’s gospel and you will recall that this section of the Gospel is filled with impossible cases, and is often referred to as the Home Of The Hopeless. Here Jesus shows that He more

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  • Look Busy

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2010

    LOOK BUSY The other day I saw a man wearing a tee shirt which read "Jesus is Coming -- Look Busy" Of course, it was a statement of unbelief. But Jesus is coming, and we must not merely look busy, but be busy. Jesus said "I must work the works of more

  • Make It Right

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2010
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    MAKE IT RIGHT The great evangelist D.L. Moody told a story of a lady in the north of England who said that every time she got down before God to pray, five bottles of wine came up before her mind. She had taken them wrongfully one time when she was a housekeeper, and had not been able to pray more

  • Secret Disciples

    Contributed on Aug 5, 2010

    "Secret disciples are weak more

  • Frank Graeff Was A Methodist Pastor, Serving Some ...

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2010

    Frank Graeff was a Methodist pastor, serving some of the leading churches in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. And throughout the area, he was known as the “Sunshine Minister,” because of his optimistic attitude. he was an encouragement to everyone who knew him. However, what those people more

  • A Young Boy Went With His Parents Touring Around ...

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2010
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    A young boy went with his parents touring around Europe one summer. Part of their tour included visits to the great old cathedrals of the past. As he visited cathedral after cathedral he was impressed by the massive stained glass portraits of the disciples and of other saints as he stood in their more