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  • Fortunate Foreigner Finds Future Fulfillment

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Aug 2, 2010

    Ruth Finds happiness by working and obeying God

    RUTH 2:1-3 FORTUNATE FOREIGNER FINDS FUTURE FULFILLMENT I. FAMILY: RUTH 2:1 A. Fortune. B. Famous. C. Forlorn. II. FOREIGNER: RUTH 2:2 A. Fervor. B. Fearless. C. Favor. III. more

  • Circumstances Changed Character's Concepts Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jul 5, 2010
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    Naomi undergoes a changed perspective.

    RUTH 1:20-22 CIRCUMSTANCES CHANGED CHARACTER’S CONCEPTS I. CHANGE: RUTH 1:20 A. Concepts. B. Character. C. Continuum. II. CIRCUMSTANCES: RUTH 1:21 A. Comparative. B. Charging. C. Constructive. III. more

  • Peaceful Pleadings Produced Paradoxical Proceedings Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Sep 26, 2008
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    Jesus relates His call of Salvation to one who gave a feast. Some declined-others were brought in to dine. Who were the ones who declined-who were the ones who came?

    LUKE 14:15-22 PEACEFUL PLEADINGS PRODUCED PARADOXICAL PROCEEDINGS I. THE PROVISIONS: LUKE 14:15, 16 A. Pronouncement. B. Plenteousness. C. Privileged. II. THE PEOPLE: LUKE 14:17-20 A. Postponing. B. Priorities. C. more

  • Plotting Plotters Provide Personal Pitfalls Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Sep 9, 2008
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    A Dinner invatation given by one of the chief Pharisee to publicly humilate Jesus failed miserably

    LUKE 14:1-6 PLOTTING PLOTTERS PROVIDE PERSONAL PITFALLS I. THE PLOT: LUKE 14:1, 2 A. Premeditated. B. Participants. C. Plant. II. THE PRAGMATISM: LUKE 14:3, 4 A. Proposition. B. Procedure. C. Parting. III. THE more

  • Social Saviour Starts Superior System Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Aug 17, 2008
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    Jesus is invited to a very important social event-a Wedding in Cana. While there, He preforms His first miracle, tuning water into wine. The best was saved to the Last-a type of the Church: "God saved the Best (Salvation) to the last Dispensation."

    JOHN 2:1-11 SOCIAL SAVIOUR STARTS SUPERIOR SYSTEM I. THE SETTING: JOHN 2:1-2 A. Social. B. Summoned. C. Success. II. THE SUPPLY: JOHN 2:3-10 A. Suddenness. B. Simplicity. C. Surpassing. III. THE SYMBOLISM: more

  • Innocous Intruder Inspires Instruction Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Aug 9, 2008

    Siomon the Pharisee wanted to prove Jesus a charlatan and a fake. He invited Him for a meal at his house to prove his point, only to find that Jesus was real and he, simon, was the fake.

    LUKE 7:36-50 INNOCUOUS INTRUDER INSPIRES INSTRUCTIONS I: THE INTELLECTUAL: LUKE 7:36 A. Interest. B. Intimidate. C. Indulgence. II. THE INTRUDER: LUKE 7:37-38 A, Irony. B. Invisibility. C. Indelible. III. THE INCARNATE: more

  • Calloused Colleagues Cloud Culinary Courtesy Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Aug 2, 2008
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    Jesus is honored by Matthew as his new Saviour. To show his acceptance of Christ as his Lord, he throws a party-a meal-in honor of Jesus. Things go well until some nay-sayes come. Jesus sets them stright and sends them packing to find the truth about Him.

    MATTHEW 9:10-14 CALLOUSED COLLEAGUES CLOUD CULINARY COURTESY I. CONVIVIALITY: A. Cheerful. B. Common. C. Contagious. II. CONTROVERSY: A. Contempt. B. Confusion. C. Contamination. III. CLARIFICATION: A. Compassion. B. Contemplate. C. Commission. There is nothing quite like more

  • Frail Frames Forecast Future Fixedness

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jul 27, 2008
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    David was so true when he said that we are made of dust; likewise, he was true when he said that God is aware of our earthly/dust made bodies. God, in His wisdom has made it possible that once we lay down our dust made bodies, we can inherit a new body.

    PSALMS 103:14 FRAIL FRAMES FORECAST FUTURE FIXEDNESS I. FRAME: A. Finite. B. Frail. C. Fleeting. II. FACTS: A. Full. B. Formative. C. Failings. III. FUTURE: A. Freedom. B. Fellowship. C. Fixedness. The mystery of the human body is still just that: a mystery. Although doctors, more

  • Contrary Clergyman Comprehends Commision Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jul 27, 2008

    Jonah is tossed overboard expecting to die but is saved by a Whale. In this verse, Jonah serves as a type of Christ in the many simalarities of these two men.

    JONAH 1:17 CONTRARY CLERGYMAN COMPREHENDS COMMISSION I. CREATURE: A. Created. B. Controlled. C. Confirmed. II. CLERGYMAN: A. Compliance. B. Concealment. C. Comprehension. III. CORRELATIVES: A. Confinement. B. Contradictions. C. Commissions. Jonah has now, at last, been tossed more

  • Cleansing Corruption Creates Calmness Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jul 21, 2008
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    Jonah serves as a type of sin in the passage before us. This verse reveals how the sailors decided to deal with the issue of sin and what happened following their actions to rid the vessel of all impediments.

    JONAH 1:15 CLEANSING CORRUPTION CREATES CALMNESS I. CRISIS: A. Credence. B. Condemnation. C. Concluded. II. CLEANSING: A. Comprehensive. B. Conspicuous. C. Cathartic. III. CALMNESS: A. Certifiable. B. Comparable. C. Continuance. The sailors have now, at last, come to the more

  • Consternation Created Conversion Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jul 21, 2008

    Once the sailors decided to rid their ship of Jonah, a type of sin, they saw first hand the awesome power of God. This awarness of His majesty led them to become believers in Him.

    JONAH 1:16 CONSTERNATION CREATED CONVERSION I. CONSTERNATION: (They Feared Excessively) A. Cessation. B. Certainty. C. Convicted. II. CELEBRATION: (They Offered a Sacrifice) A. Collectively. B. Cleansing. C. Conversion. III. COVENANTED: more

  • Praying Petitioners Purchase Pardon Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jun 11, 2008

    The sailors sailing with Jonah-Gentiles-prayed for God’s forgiveness and His help and received both. They were the forerunners of we Gentiles who have accepted Christ as our Saviour.

    JONAH 1:14 PRAYING PETITIONERS PURCHASE PARDON I. PETITIONERS: A. Peril. B. Plight. C. Precedent. II. PRAYER: A. Progressive. B. Pardon. C. Perceptive. III. PRONOUNCEMENTS: A. Praise. B. Prophesy. C. Pattern. What were the sailors to do now? They had heard the confession of more

  • Rowing Rowers Reach Reason Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Jun 6, 2008

    The sailors in Jonah refused, at first, to rid the boat of this troubling person, but later did so. They serve as a type of a person ridding oneself of sin.

    JONAH 1:13 ROWING ROWERS REACH REASON I. RESPECT: A. Response: B. Resourceful. C. Resilient. II. RISKS: A. Resistance. B. Retention. C. Ruination. III. REMEDY: A. Recognition. B. Removal. C. Restoration. With Jonah’s confession over, the sailors decided that they would not more

  • Invisible. Inspiring, Instructing Icon

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on May 15, 2008
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    Three adults in John’s Gospel are the product of a very dedicated and devout mother. Although never named in the Bible, this mother cast a big shadow.

    John 11:1-5 INVISIBLE, INSPIRING, INSTRUCTING ICON I. IDENTITY: A. Invisible. B. Industrious. C. Influential. II. ISSUES: A. Imitators. B. Inclusiveness. C. Inspiring. III. IMPACT: A. Immeasurable. B. Immortal. C. Imitational. My Mother’s Day sermon is different from any more

  • Pleading Passenger/Purchased Pardon Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on May 2, 2008
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    Jonah makes a plea, Take me up....get me out of here, his solution to the terrible mess he made. This is true for today’s throwaway society. Yet, Jesus prayed similarly, "Take me up,", but He pled for our forgivness as He offered Himself.

    JONAH 1:12 PLEADING PASSENGER/PURCHASED PARDON I. PERSONAL PLEA: A. Perceptive. B. Pathetic. C. Plausible. II. PETULANT PLEA: A. Paradoxical. B. Perfidious. C. Polarizing. III. PROTOTYPICAL PLEA: A. Pliable. B. Purchased. C. Progressive. In answer to the sailors’ question as to more