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  • Rob Jansons

    Contributing sermons since Apr 10, 2007
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New Hope Fellowship
Monroe, Washington 98272
360-794-8162

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  • Why Geckos Go To Church

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2007
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    Little lizards crawl around church building in Asia and no one seems to mind because everyone knows that they are harmless and they catch bugs that are harmful. Not a bad work ethic.

    We are looking at the book of Proverbs. Like one who seizes a dog by the ears is a passer-by who meddles in a quarrel not his own. Remember last week we met two women who live in the pages of the book of Proverbs: Lady Wisdom and Madame Folly. The final question is: who are you going ...read more

  • Two Luring Ladies

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2007
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    Introduction to the book of Proverbs, along with a "dramatic" reading which personifies lady wisdom and madame folly.

    We are looking at the book of Proverbs this fall, and wisdom literature (which includes more than just the proverbs). Last weeks sermon condensed into a proverb (non-biblical) “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” (When talking about my family, they used the word: “nut”) And the greek ...read more

  • Passing On Wisdom

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2007
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     | 1,635 views

    This is a short sermon on raising children, on parenting

    We are beginning a sermon series on Proverbs. I was going to call it “The High Way of Wisdom” because the book of proverbs uses that image: there is a wise path and a foolish path to follow in life. Proverbs 16:17 “The highway of the upright avoids evil; he who guards his way guards his ...read more

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  • Bill Hybels In, The Christian In The ...

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2007
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    Bill Hybels in, The Christian in the Marketplace, says, “Dignity is available to every person in every legitimate profession. The farmer who plows the straight furrow, the accountant whose books balance, the trucker who backs a 40’ rig into a narrow loading dock, the teacher who delivers a ...read more