Contributed by Mark Brunner on Sep 22, 2004
“The Citadel of The Spirit!” Galatians 4: 1-16 Key verse(s): 16 “Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth.”
There’s an old proverb that simply states, “Anger begins with folly, and ends with repentance.” I can remember many times in my life when, confronted by someone’s
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 22, 2011
BUT HE IS MY FATHER
There is an old Roman story which tells how a Roman emperor was once enjoying a great victory. He had the privilege of marching his troops through the streets of Rome with all of his captured trophies, and his prisoners behind him. This emperor was marching with his troops;
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You have probably heard the phrase many times, "timing is everything". There is a great deal of truth in that statement. The difference between a good joke and a bad one is a person’s sense of timing. An appropriate pause makes a joke . . . an inappropriate
Contributed by Sam Higgs on Dec 1, 2011
MAKING CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
In the months leading up to the Christmas season, Dan had lost his job. Well, in the city he lived in, most of the workers had to relocate with the company or face unemployment. Dan was one of the unlucky ones who had not been with the company long enough to be asked
Here are six blessings Paul mentions in Galatians 4:4-7 that flow to us because Christ came.
We are redeemed (Gal 4:5a).
We are adopted into God’s family (Gal 4:5b).
The Holy Spirit now lives within us (Gal 4:6a).
We call God Father (Gal