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Westwood Christian Church
Madison, Wisconsin 53711

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  • Letting God Take Over Your Life

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2009
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    David shows us what hapens when we let God take over our lives.

    LETTING GOD TAKE OVER YOUR LIFE PSALM 23 INTRODUCTION A. Has your faith ever seemed like this cartoon? B. Faith is often difficult to find in the midst of life. 1. There is a rock ready to fall on you from one direction, and a cliff ready for you to fall off of on the other more

  • Experiencing God's Grandeur

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2009
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    We can experience the grandeur of God through God’s revelation of himself.God is revealed in creation and in His Word. Is he revealed in you?

    EXPERIENCING GOD’S GRANDEUR Psalm 19 INTRODUCTION A. Psalm 19 has been recognized for many years as great poetry. 1. James Montgomery Boice, long-time pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, tells of his experience with this Psalm: When I first began to preach through the more

  • Living On God's Holy Hill

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    The Psalm shows us six characteristics that the person who lives on God’s holy hill will examine in his/her life.

    INTRODUCTION A. Process is more important than product. Joseph Stowell who was president of Moody Bible Institute tells about chatting with a man who consults with some of the largest U.S. companies about their quality control. Because ministry is a form of human quality control, he thought more

  • Experiencing The Majesty Of God

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    Consider how David shows us the majesty of God.

    INTRODUCTION A. Our culture, I am sure you need not be told, has forgotten God. 1. In Christian Reader magazine, a woman from Oklahoma told this about her daughter: Our nine-year-old recently received her first autograph album and immediately began recording personal data. We could tell she more

  • Obtaining God's Deliverance

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    Psalm 3 has four movements which show us, from David experience, the nature of God’s deliverance.

    INTRODUCTION A. Here is a dog that needed deliverance: A Tacoma, Washington, newspaper carried the story of Tattoo the basset hound. Tattoo didn’t intend to go for an evening run, but when his owner shut the dog’s leash in the car door and took off for a drive with Tattoo still outside the more

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  • When She Turned 21, Tammy Harris From Roanoke, ...

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2004
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    When she turned 21, Tammy Harris from Roanoke, Virginia, began searching for her biological mother. After a year, she had not succeeded. What she didn’t know was that her mother, Joyce Schultz, had been trying to locate her for twenty years. According to a recent Associated Press story, there more

  • What Am I?

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2004

    Dear Lord, I have been re-reading the record of the Rich Young Ruler and his obviously wrong choice. But it has set me to thinking. No matter how much wealth he had, he could not -- ride in a car, have any surgery, turn on a light, buy penicillin, hear a pipe organ, watch TV, wash more

  • The Post Office Maintains A "Dead Letter ...

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2004
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    The post office maintains a "dead letter office." To it come all the letters that cannot be delivered. At Christmas many write to Santa Claus, especially children. One employee of the post office was very interested to see how many people ask for things and how many people thank others for more

  • On The Shore Of Beautiful Lake Como, Nestled In ...

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2004
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    On the shore of beautiful Lake Como, nestled in the Italian Alps, is a lovely old villa, perhaps two or three hundred years old. For years the grounds have been immaculately kept by a trusted old gardener. One day some tourists were complimenting him on his work. “The owner must come here more

  • Lord Shaftesbury, The Great English Social ...

    Contributed on Jun 23, 2004

    Lord Shaftesbury, the great English social reformer, said near the end of his life, “I do not think that in the last 40 years I have lived one conscious hour that more