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Contributed on Oct 19, 2004
Abortionists are murdering over one third of this generation of children. It is time that we understand America’s hidden holocaust.
America’s Hidden Holocaust Jeremiah 32:26-35 Preached Sunday Morning October 17, 2004 Introduction: One of the most talked about human tragedies of history was the slaughter of 6 million Jews by Adolph Hitler and Nazi Germany. How could a civilized country allow the construction and ...read more
Contributed on Sep 11, 2003
This message was preached during a memorial service surrounding the events of September 11, 2001.
Introduction: Recently I looked up September 11 in reference book that highlighted important dates. The book, written in 1970, had many events and notes of interest for almost every day in the calendar. I was surprised to find that September 11 had no special significance recorded in that ...read more
Contributed on May 22, 2003
Many different instruments playing several different parts make up this symphonic masterpiece. If one were to play a non-melodic part alone, it would sound strange and unappealing. It is only when the entire symphony is played out together that the geni
God’s Sovereign Symphony Esther 6: 1-14 Preached Wednesday, May 21, 2003 Introduction: A master composer like Mozart or Bach writes a work that utilizes melody, harmony and rhythm. Many different instruments playing several different parts make up this symphonic masterpiece. If one were ...read more
Contributed on May 9, 2003
When he arrived to the two-room shack that he called home, he saw a light on. We quietly walked in to find his mother crying and praying. He overheard her praying "Lord, please deliver my boy. Lord, please deliver my boy. Lord, please deliver my boy. Lo
Hidden Heroes I Samuel 1:4-23 Preached Mother’s Day May 11,2003 AM Service Text: 2 Timothy 1:5 5 When I call to remembrance the unfeigned faith that is in thee, which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lois, and thy mother Eunice; and I am persuaded that in thee also. Introduction: A ...read more
Contributed on May 7, 2003
. In Esther chapter 5, God has preserved for us a look at the contrast between the bad guy, Haman, and the good gal, Esther. As we discover these character qualities, or the lack thereof, examine your own life to see what you need to work on.
The Differences Between The Good Gal And The Bad Guy Esther 5:1-14 Preached Wednesday May 7, 2003 Introduction: One of the fascinating things about the book of Esther is its rich character development. There is much to learn about the people in this story. So far we have seen how God’s ...read more
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Contributed on May 9, 2003
A teenage boy found himself in a parked car with a few other rather unscrupulous friends. He knew that he was where he shouldn’t be. The car was tucked away in a private location to keep their deeds secret. Soon, a bottle of 151 rum made its way around the car. Each teen took a large gulp and ...read more