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Contributed on Oct 2, 2005
The greatest Command of loving God with everything you’ve got means that we’ve got to be willing to follow our freely chosen master to whom we give total and complete allegiance, attention, and adoration. When the command to love God this way was first gi
Love Means Obedience Matthew 22:34-40 Agatha Burgess is 87 years old and lives in the small mill town of Buffalo, South Carolina. She gets up every morning at five o’clock and begins cooking, and she has been doing this for over twenty years. She gets up and cooks for the local Meals on ...read more
Contributed on Oct 2, 2005
We as a church exist for the sole purpose of Praiseing God and welcoming the lost.
We Exist For Him and Them 1 Corinthians 14:22-25 I think that we need to talk about some stuff tonight that we really can’t comfortably talk about on Sunday mornings. It’s family business stuff, and when you have guests over to your house, you don’t talk about family issues. You try to keep ...read more
Contributed on Sep 4, 2005
This is the sermon I presented to our Youth Minister as he was leaving for his first Pulpit work.
Jimmy’s Sermon Numbers 6:24-26 A few weeks ago I preached a sermon to our young people as they were preparing for school. I told the congregation then that even though this message was intended for the young people I hoped that they would listen very intently because there was sure to be a ...read more
Contributed on Aug 13, 2005
To our young people as they head back to School. Taking God with you to school is risky but rewarding.
Risky Business Selected Scriptures Hudson Taylor, missionary to China, once said, "Unless there is an element of risk in our exploits for God, there is no need for faith." There are two words that catch me up when I read that quote. I like thinking about my walk with God as an exploit. ...read more
Contributed on Aug 7, 2005
Philip Yancey has described it as one of the ugliest words in our language. It is a word that nearly suffocates all the joy out of life. The word is irreversible. But through Jesus that which was irreversible has now been reversed.
The God Who Changes the Unchangeable Acts 3:13-15 Philip Yancey has described it as one of the ugliest words in our language. It is a word that nearly suffocates all the joy out of life. The word is irrevers¬ible. You know what it means for something to be irreversible do you? It’s like ...read more
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Contributed on Sep 10, 2005
Ruby was born in the Delta region of the Mississippi River in 1954. Also in 1954 the Supreme Court heard a case called Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education. After the arguments were made, the high court ruled that separate but equal education for blacks and whites while it was separate it was in no ...read more
Contributed on Jul 26, 2005
I have a friend who works with a church in Nashville. He was telling us a few weeks ago about a lady at his church who was really convicted by what she had been reading in the scriptures and hearing at church. She felt that she has no other choice but to take the love of God out to a dying world ...read more
Contributed on Jun 18, 2005
It like the family that was down fishing at the pier one day, The dad was busy watching the rods and bobbers while his two sons, a 12-year old and a 3-year old were down playing along the dock. The 12 year old was supposed to be watching his little brother, but he got distracted. The 3 year old, ...read more
Contributed on Jun 4, 2005
In his book In the Eye of the Storm, Max Lucado tells about something that happened to him while he was in high school. Every year, he and his family used to go fishing during spring break. But one year, his brother and his mom couldn’t go, so his dad let him invite a friend. They looked forward ...read more
Contributed on Mar 20, 2005
One of Grimm’s fairy tales is about a little boy who lived with his father, his mother, and his elderly grandfather. The grandfather was feeble and his hands shook. When he ate, the silverware rattled against the plate, and he often missed his mouth. Then the food would dribble onto the tablecloth. ...read more