• Wayne Dishman

    Contributing sermons since Apr 15, 2008
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First Baptist Church of Perrysburg
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551

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  • Tracing The Rainbow

    Contributed on Apr 15, 2008
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    The conquest of Christ in the face of suffering encourages us in the face of our suffering.

    In nineteenth century Scotland there lived a man with an amazing amount of promise and potential. Everyone around him readily agreed the young man was destined for greatness. Everything seemed to be going well for him and the sky seemed to be the limit for this promising young man gifted for more

  • Success Over Stress

    Contributed on Apr 15, 2008
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    We will soar above stress when our confidence rests in God.

    How do you know when it is going to be a bad day? Bad days are going to come. Some days can be down right ugly can’t they? One writer offered several clues to identify these inevitable bad days. He wrote: You know it is going to be a bad day when you wake up face down on the pavement. You know more

  • The Secret To Success

    Contributed on Apr 15, 2008
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    God calls us to victorious living.

    What is success? What does it look like? Most people have a mental image of success that looks something like this: The wealth of Bill Gates, the physique of Arnold Schwarzenegger (or Cindy Crawford), the intelligence of Albert Einstein, the athletic ability of Michael Jordan, the business prowess more

  • Operation Celebration

    Contributed on Apr 15, 2008
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    Celebrate the wonder of your salvation!

    Celebrate: “to demonstrate satisfaction in by festivities.” But you did not need a definition of celebration did you? All of us have been a part of some kind of celebration. It may have been an athletic accomplishment. It may have been an academic achievement. The state of Florida has been more

  • Living A Lazarus Life

    Contributed on Apr 15, 2008

    If you have been raised with Christ it ought to affect how you look at life.

    It happened all too quickly. Several days earlier they had been joking and laughing with one another, preparing for the arrival of a dear friend. Now they stood weeping before a sepulcher feeling all hope was gone. The nightmare hit like a thief in the night. It came without warning, and it came more

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