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Kingsley Press
Shoals, Indiana 47581
812 247 3895

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  • The Divine Necessity Of The Cross

    Contributed on Jun 22, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    A scriptural examination of WHY Christ had to suffer and die on the cross.

    The Divine Necessity of the Cross Introduction I want to start tonight with two words. Words. What are they? They are the vehicles of thought--the means by which we communicate with one another. They are also the means by which God communicates to us--the Bible is a large collection of more

  • Christian Meekness

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2003
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    True Christian meekness, as preached by our Lord as part of the Beatitudes, can only grow in the soil of poverty of spirit and godly sorrow.

    CHRISTIAN MEEKNESS Scripture reading: Matt. 4:23 - 5:16 Text: Matt. 5:5 My text is Matt. 5:5. Last time I preached on "Blessed are they that mourn." I want to remind you of a few things before we look at our text. RECAPITULATION General Our Lord Himself is the speaker: therefore more

  • Happy Are Those That Are Sad

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2003
    based on 84 ratings

    Only those who mourn over their sinfulness are truly happy.

    HAPPY ARE THOSE THAT ARE SAD! Scripture reading: Matt. 4:23 - 5:16. Text: Matt. 5:4. I propose to: I. Examine the setting of this verse: in a general way as part of the Sermon on the Mount, and more specifically as one of the Beatitudes. II. Prove that this mourning is of a specific kind, more

  • The Poor In Spirit

    Contributed on Jun 8, 2003
    based on 9 ratings

    This is the first sermon in a series on the Beatitudes in Matthew 5.

    The Poor in Spirit Scripture reading: Matt. 4:23 - 5:16. Text: Matt. 5:3. I. INTRODUCTION Part of the Sermon on the Mount 1. Make a few remarks about the sermon generally. a. The longest recorded continuous discourse of our Lord. The greatest single sermon of all time. b. Remember more

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