• Doug Smith

    Contributing sermons since Jun 6, 2006
Doug's church

Cornerstone Chapel
Bristol, Tennessee 37620

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  • Priorities (Get The Big Rocks In First)

    Contributed on Jul 30, 2007
    based on 48 ratings

    This sermon is a reminder to "get the big rocks" of the Word of God, the worship of God, and the work of God into our lives first.

    As a student, I remember seeing an object lesson that you may be familiar with as well. The speaker took an empty jar and placed three or four large rocks into it. He asked if it was full. It looked full, so I thought the answer was yes. He then poured some gravel into the jar and asked if more

  • Three Ways God Spreads His Good News

    Contributed on Jul 25, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    This sermon reminds believers that God uses obedience to guidance, faithfulness in clear evangelism, and praise in suffering to spread the Gospel.

    People have utilized many ways of spreading news. In the past, the Pony Express and the telegraph were means people used to share information. Today, people use a plethora of methods to broadcast and receive news, such as television, radio, text-messages, cell phones, e-mail, and the more

  • What Jesus Says About Calamities

    Contributed on Jun 6, 2006
    based on 17 ratings

    When we see calamities, it is not ours to determine God’s exact purpose in ordaining them; instead, it is a reminder to repent.

    Hurricanes, Terrorists, and Luke 13 WHAT JESUS SAYS ABOUT CALAMITIES by Doug Smith I am not normally a news junkie. But once in a while, something causes me to pay more attention to the news—such as September 11, 2001! I remember sitting at my desk when told about the planes hitting the more

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  • It Is Probable That The Galileans And The ...

    Contributed on Jun 6, 2006

    It is probable that the Galileans and the victims of the tower crash were not thinking about their death right before their tragedies unfolded. The people sitting in the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the planes used in the terrorist attacks of September 11, probably did not think about more