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  • Ervin Kimrey

    Contributing sermons since May 14, 2005
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Servants Heart
Mebane, North Carolina 27302
919-304-2547

About Ervin
  • What I want on my tombstone: Here lies a servant of the Lord
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  • Those Who Watch For Your Soul

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    Preachers are not made their called There are none that are perfect; not people, preachers, pew sitters God wants for people to have a shepherd that’s under Christ. Weather you want to heed to that, to be under a Shepherd is up to you. He has always

    THOSE WHO WACTH FOR YOUR SOULS Hebrews 13:7, 24, 17 Intro: Preachers are not made their called There are none that are perfect; not people, preachers, pew sitters God wants for people to have a shepherd that’s under Christ. Weather you want to heed to that, to be under a ...read more

  • Shall We Dance?

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    In being saved from sin and on our way to heaven we have reason to celebrate. Others who do not know the freedom in Christ often don't understand Christian Liberty.

    SHALL WE DANCE ? 2 Samuel 6: 16-23 Why in the world would they get so excited about it? Because they're free. When you obey, you're free. When you disobey, you're in bondage. All around us we see individuals in bondage because they're in sin, and all they talk about is freedom. They're not free. ...read more

  • Destructive Critics

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    Recognize that when you step out on faith, follow God, and try to make a difference, you will be criticized. Expect it and deal with it through prayer, keeping the proper perspective, and being persistent.

    DISTRUCTIVE CRITICS Nehemiah 4:1-23 Introduction: In a Charlie Brown comic, Linus is seated with a troubled look on his face, his security blanket over his shoulder, his thumb in his mouth. Turning to Lucy, he asks, “Why are you always so anxious to criticize me?” Her response: “I just think I ...read more

  • Cross Wows

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    The “WOWS” miricals of the cross are not for us to just wonder about. God performed these things so that you might know: He sent His Own Son to pay the price of your sin He punished Jesus in your place Jesus suffered the wrath of God so you wouldn’t

    CROSS WOWS Matthew 27:45-54 I. DARKNESS OVER THE LAND (Mt. 27:45) A. It Was Not An Eclipse 1. The Jews use a lunar calendar 2. Passover always falls on the full moon 3. A solar eclipse impossible on a full moon B. It Was A Supernatural Darkness 1. The ...read more

  • Cross Words

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2010
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    PART 2 IN A THREE PART SERIES (THE CROSS) SEVEN SAYINGS OF OUR LORD FROM THE CROSS COMFORT, CONVICT, AND GIVE HOPE.

    CROSS WORDS Luke 23: 32-38 I. WORDS OF PARDON (Luke 23:34) father, forgive them; for they know not what they do A. Showing His boundless grace B. If they had known, they wouldn’t have crucified Him. C. Think you wronged God to much to be saved? (23:47) II. WORDS OF ...read more

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  • Tavern Vs Church

    Contributed on Jul 17, 2007
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    "Tavern vs Church" The story is told of a man who got a permit to open the first tavern in a small town. The members of a local church were strongly opposed to the bar, so they began to pray that God would intervene. A few days before the tavern was scheduled to open, lightning hit the ...read more

  • A Day In The Life Of A Shepherd

    Contributed on Jun 29, 2005
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    A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SHEPHERD With a spring in his step and an eye to the sky, at sunrise, he makes straight for the sheep fold. As soon as he rattles the gate, he gives his morning call, greets the sheep, often by name, every sheep is on its feet. They spring toward the gate, with expectancy ...read more

  • Never Really Connected

    Contributed on May 21, 2005
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    NEVER REALLY CONNECTED One night I saw my 7 year old daughter walking around with a cell phone. She was talking away. She would ask questions, wait for a reply, and give answers to apparent questions: "Yes...no...maybe...I’ll have to check on that..." and so on. Finally, worried about the bill ...read more