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  • George Yates

    Contributing sermons since Sep 14, 2006
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New Covenant Evangelical Presbyterian Church
New Castle, Pennsylvania 16101
(724) 652-8062

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  • “happy Are The Hungry”

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2012
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    The secret to happiness is to hunger and thirst for what is righteousness

    I. This week I did something which I have never done before, fasting when many others know I am fasting. A. When I have fasted before, it has been in secret following Christ’s teaching. 1. But whether we fast publically or privately, let me tell you, the hunger is a bit different ...read more

  • Happy Are The Humble

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2012
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    In the Beatitudes Jesus gives the Secrets to Happiness.

    I. Jesus goes up to the mount and gives the greatest sermon ever preached. A. And the words He gives are counter revolutionary. B. In the Beatitudes Jesus gives the Secrets to Happiness. II. His statement ran against the current mood of the religious leaders of the day. A. To their ...read more

  • Happy Are The Mourners

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2012
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    Blessed are they that mourn

    I. What tremendous mourning we have gone through in these past few months since 9-11. A. We have mourned the loss of thousands of people murdered in the Trade Towers, the Pentagon, and in a field in Pennsylvania. B. Matt 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. ...read more

  • Happy Are The Needy

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2012
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    It is when we truly realize how needy we are for God that we find happiness

    I. It is interesting how some people who went through the Great Depression can brag about how poor they were. A. "We were so poor when I was growing up that the mice that lived in our house always ate out." 1. "You've heard of powdered milk--we were so poor when I was growing up, we had ...read more

  • “a Necessary Ingredient”

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2012
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    Repentence is a necessary ingredient in our salvation and our continuing sanctification

    I. The last time I used a cooking illustration I ended up with several dozen tollhouse cookies. A. With a little bit of in trepidation I use another cooking example. 1. Suppose we get together this afternoon and we try to make those tollhouse cookies but we look in the cupboard and find we ...read more

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