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  • Dennis King

    Contributing sermons since Jun 9, 2016
Dennis's church

FBC FAIRHOPE
Fairhope Alabama , 36532
239 645-6026

About Dennis
  • Education: University of New York, Business Degree.
  • Experience: Still learning.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Try to keep things simple, clear, concise, and relevant. There is no test on the Bible verses to get into heaven. God's grace and your faith will get you there.
  • One of my favorite illustrations: The Lord's Supper and the story of bitterness behind the scene.
  • Family: Married, one adult daughter, several grandchildren.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: That is hard to say because they both passed before I started writing.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Very supportive. A great editor and discussion partner.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Be real!
  • Hobbies: Writing and fishing
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Everyone goes to heaven! The question is: How long will you stay there after you bow and kneel before God the Father.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: While a fellow Chaplain was preparing to teach in a prison, I walked up to him, placed my hand on his shoulder in brotherly love. I said, "I can't wait for your inspiration this morning." Looking up from his bible, he replied, "Neither can I."
  • What I want on my tombstone: No tombstone required.
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  • Remove The Roots Of Bitterness

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2018
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    Most people think they are totally and unequivocally free of bitterness. However, that’s not necessarily the truth. You see, bitterness creeps in, slowly and is easier seen in other people rather than in yourself.

    Get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger, brawling, and slander, along with every form of malice. That statement comes from Ephesians 4, verse 31. The Greek word for bitterness is “Pikria” which translates to “Sticky.” No matter what has been done to you, how bad, how often, or who from, ...read more

  • The Many Signficant 3:16 Verses

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2018
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    When “3:16” is mentioned as a Bible verse, most of us think of John 3:16. “For God so loved the world....” That verse contains a powerful message to be sure. But the New Testament has many other “3:16” verses that are very meaningful.

    When “3:16” is mentioned as a Bible verse, most of us think of John 3:16. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” That verse contains a powerful message to be sure. But the New Testament has many other ...read more

  • Should Protestants Change Our Habits During Lent?

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2018
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    What is the value of Lenten Rituals to Protestants?

    We could look to the time of Lent as traditional activities representing the death of Christ plus His resurrection, and return. This year, the 2018 Lenten Season began on February 14th – Valentines' day. For Lent that day is called Ash Wednesday and people, worldwide, gave up certain foods or ...read more

  • Certain Salvation For Christians

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2016
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    Psalm chapter 145 verse 14, “The Lord upholds all those who fall and lifts up all who are bowed down.” For salvation do we have to memorize the Bible? No! Must we obey all 613 Commandments of the Jewish Mitzvot or the 10 Commandments? No!

    Are you uncertain about your salvation? Are you consumed with doubt, fear, anxiety or troubled emotions? Can you deny you've never thought of the afterlife in Heaven or Hell? People standing at the open edge of a grave oftentimes think of these things. Can you honestly say you're not fearful of ...read more

  • Should Luck, Fortunate, Or Chance, Be Included In A Christian's Vocabulary?

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2016
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    Should the word(s) luck, fortunate, or chance, be they good or bad, be included in a Christian's vocabulary? Or do the facts that God is all knowing and in sovereign control of our lives and of everything in our world negate their use entirely?

    Should the word(s) luck, fortunate, or chance, be they good or bad, be included in a Christian's vocabulary? Or do the facts that God is all knowing and in sovereign control of our lives and of everything in our world negate their use entirely? The word “Luck” does not have many direct ...read more

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