• John Shearhart

    Contributing sermons since Jan 1, 2000
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  • I Heard A Story From A Preacher Named Paris ...

    Contributed on Sep 25, 2008

    I heard a story from a preacher named Paris Reidhead in an excellent sermon he preached called Ten Shekels and a Shirt. Reidhead tells about two young Moravian Christians who heard about an atheist British man who owned an island on which he owned 2,000- 3,000 slaves. The man decided that no more

  • Volunteers And Servants

    Contributed on Apr 29, 2008
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    VOLUNTEERS AND SERVANTS “Volunteers raise their hand to be called on. Servants are called by the Hand of God. Volunteers do work for God. Servants do work with God. Volunteers get tired of the work, Servants are tired in the work. Volunteers pray their work will succeed. Servants more

  • The Estimated Total Number Of People Living In ...

    Contributed on Oct 17, 2007

    The estimated total number of people living in the US with a viral Sexually Transmitted Disease/Sexually Transmitted Infection (STD/STI) is over 65 million. Every year, there are at least 19 million new cases of STDs/STIs, some of which are curable. More than $8 billion is spent each year to more

  • Fred Got Home From His Sunday Round Of Golf Later ...

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2007
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    Fred got home from his Sunday round of golf later than normal and very tired. "Bad day at the course?" his wife asked. "Everything was going fine," he said. "Then Harry had a heart attack and died on the 10th tee." "Oh, that’s awful!" "You’re not kidding. For the whole back nine more

  • Consider Jonathan Edwards: "'sinners In The ...

    Contributed on Sep 11, 2007
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    Consider Jonathan Edwards: “’Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God’ was one of the most famous sermons preached by [him], and it is reported that his listeners were brought to points of “weeping, swooning, crying out, and convulsions.” The most interesting report, however, is that “Edwards read the more