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  • Neal Gracey

    Contributing sermons since Feb 2, 2001
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First Baptist Church Three Springs PA
Three Springs, Pennsylvania 17264
814-448-2983

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  • Last Words - Yours

    Contributed on Feb 23, 2019
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    The most important markings on your gravestone is the DASH between the dates.

    Sermon: What will be “your” famous last words? The Last Words of David… 2Sa 23:1 And these are the last words of David, the saying of David the son of Jesse, and the saying of the man raised on high, the anointed of the God of Jacob, and the sweet singer of Israel: 2Sa 23:2 The Spirit of ...read more

  • Discipline

    Contributed on Oct 28, 2017
     | 1,327 views

    Have you ever eaten all your popcorn before the movie started? I have! It’s called no self-discipline. There is something to be said about butter and salt on a fluffy kernel of no taste; Yummy.

    Happy “Disciplined” Weekend, Everyone! Have you ever eaten all your popcorn before the movie started? I have! It’s called no self-discipline. There is something to be said about butter and salt on a fluffy kernel of no taste; Yummy. Admit it, you have something in your life that just overpowers ...read more

  • Happy "Encounter” Weekend, Everyone!

    Contributed on Oct 6, 2017
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    Have you ever been so excited to meet someone that you were almost scared? Or, have you waited for something so long that the closer the time comes to that day the more nervous and shaky you become?

    Happy “Encounter” Weekend, Everyone! A portion of one verse leading up to the Ten Commandments text is one of my favorite phrases in Exodus: “Then Moses led the people out of the camp to meet with God” (Exodus 19:17a). So much took place following the manna and quail, showing that God was ...read more

  • "Adopted, Into The Family Of God.”

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2017
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     | 3,745 views

    Now the doctrine of believer’s adoption into God’s family is rich with assurance and commitment from our Heavenly Father. But until it hits home in a real way, it’s just not the same.

    The title of my message is “Adopted, into the family of God.” Now the doctrine of believer’s adoption into God’s family is rich with assurance and commitment from our Heavenly Father. But until it hits home in a real way, it’s just not the same. Thankfully, God knows what He’s doing and He has ...read more

  • In Season Or Out Of Season!

    Contributed on Jul 28, 2017
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     | 2,442 views

    We are not microwave cooks! We do not bring about “instant” Christians! We merely mix ingredients, and share receipts. In other words…We share the Gospel!

    Happy “Speak-Up” Weekend, Everyone! Amos, an Old Testament book that we don’t spend much time in is where we will be studying this Sunday. Amos is called one of the “lesser” books of the Bible, not because it’s less important, but because it’s smaller. Amos, like Hosea, Joel, Obadiah, Micah, ...read more

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  • Chameleon Commitment

    Contributed on Dec 13, 2008
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    CHAMELEON COMMITMENT Studdert Kennedy tells of an explorer who brought back a chameleon which his household affectionately named Billy the Lizard. The explorer left Billy in the charge of his butler, who showed him to his many friends and associates. When the explorer returned, he asked how ...read more

  • This Christmas Has Set Me Off. It Has Given Me ...

    Contributed on Sep 1, 2008
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    This Christmas has set me off. It has given me new fire. It is a wakeup call to men, women and children around the world that 200? could be the beginning of new dark ages. There is a possibility that our children's children could be jailed or killed for speaking about Christ. Want to know what's ...read more

  • In England At The House Of Commons, Princes Alice ...

    Contributed on Feb 18, 2006
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    In England at The House of Commons, Princes Alice had a young daughter and her daughter had Diphtheria. Doctors told Princess Alice to stay away from her face so as to not breathe her daughter’s breath, because she then would contract the terminal disease and die. One day as the daughter lay ...read more