Sermon Series
  • 1. Mother Nature's Father

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    The Bible says that the laws of nature are not eternal, but that they began in time, and they were put into operation by the Word of God. God is the Father of all nature, and He is the Father of all the wisdom and order that men attribute to nature.

    The Bible consistently represents God as male. This is true for all 3 Persons of the Trinity. When the Son became flesh He became a man. The Holy Spirit is always called He. The male was also the first to be created. All of this in no way means that the Bible depreciates the female, for we will ...read more

  • 2. The Wonder Of Water

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    Water is the blood of the world that gives life to all that God has created. The blood in our veins that keeps us alive is 90% water. Water supply is not just vital for farmers, it is vital to the life of each one of us.

    The Bible begins and ends with God in the midst of water. It is the physical substance that is nearest to the spiritual. It is the physical source of all life. There is no known life on earth that can survive without water. God gave birth to the world out of a mass of water as the Holy Spirit ...read more

  • 3. The Moon In The Bible

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    Our text makes it clear that the moon was no mere accident. God created it for a definite purpose. The God of light filled His creation with lights, and He prepared the earth to have a lighting system for both day and night.

    Bruce Barton said, "When you're though changing, you're though." Change is inevitable, and one might just as well refuse to accompany the earth in rotating on its axis as to refuse to accept change. Robert Burns said, "Look abroad thro' Nature's range, Nature's ...read more

  • 4. The Birds Of The Bible

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    There are thousands of bird lovers who could be led to love their creator if Christians would learn more about what the Bible says about them and share it with people.

    Edwin Markham the great poet one day told his five year old boy Virgil that there is poetry in everything--a tree, a board, a stone, a cliff; in food and drink or day and dark--in everything. Virgil stood looking out the window, and he saw a birds nest. He urged his father to come and look, and ...read more

  • 5. The Treasures Of The Snow

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    That part of nature we want to focus on is--snow. There are 25 references to snow in the Bible, and we are to live by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God, and so snow is to be a part of creation that teaches us something about God.

    It was one of the strangest funerals on record. Nobody was being buried, but things were being buried in a lot of little graves, and in one, the Bible was being buried. Shackleton and his men were exploring the Antarctic when they were over whelmed by the forces of nature. Their ship, Endurance, ...read more

  • 6. God's Aquarium

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    The Bible teaches here that God made whales for the fun of it. He made them just to play in the ocean. The idea of having a gold fish, or some other pet, just to watch them play and have fun in their environment is not mans idea. It was God's idea in creation.

    Off the coast of the Italian Riviera a large bronze statue of Christ has been installed down in the depths of the sea as a symbol that Christ is Lord of the deep. Jesus is the only man in history who demonstrated He was also God by controlling this great force in creation-the sea. The disciples ...read more

  • 7. Rock Of Ages

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    If you want to make a way to anywhere be lasting, you make it with rocks. Jesus is the permanent way to God and eternal life, for He is the Rock of Ages. On Christ the solid Rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand.

    1776 was the year the United States of America was born. It was also the year one of the favorite hymns of all time was born, and that was Rock Of Ages. The author was an Englishman named Augustus Montague Toplady. He wrote 133 poems and hymns, but they were all forgotten. This one, however, ...read more

  • 8. The Bible And Astronomy

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    Psa. 138:6 reminds us, "Though the Lord be high, He has respect unto the lowly." Astronomy keeps us humble, but also helps us maintain a spirit of adoration for the Creator of all the wonders it discovers.

    When Jesus ascended to the right hand of the Father He took a throne that made Him sovereign, not just over the earth, but over the entire universe. Before He ascended He said, "All power in heaven and on earth is given unto me." Paul tells us that He was exalted above all ...read more

  • 9. The Wings Of The Wind

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    Shakespeare was right when he said, "Ill blows the wind that profits nobody." Every wind can profit the Christian if they will, like the Psalmist, look for and see God riding on the wings of the wind.

    When Columbus and his crew were being blown West by the Atlantic trade winds, one of the reasons they were so fearful was they did not know how they could get back home against the wind. Fortunately they discovered not only a new world, but new winds that carried them back to Spain. They returned ...read more

  • 10. The Wonder Of Clouds

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    I have had some marvelous experiences with clouds, but not until recently did I ever realize how important a place clouds play in the Bible, and in the plan of God. They play a major role in life on this planet, for without clouds there would be no life.

    Jean Baptiste Lamarch, the distinguished French naturalist, came from a military family and, at the age of 17 and in keeping with his family's tradition, enlisted in the army. At 21, however, his health failed and he went to Paris for a year of treatment. It was the bleakest time he had ever ...read more

  • 11. The Eagle Life

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    All who trust in Jesus Christ as Savior have a great adventure in flight in the future. God expects us to be preparing now for this adventure in the heights by living an exalted life, or, as our text suggests, and eagle like life.

    Flight is not only for the birds, it is for the believers as well. Pilots and astronauts do not have exclusive rights on soaring into the heavens. The Negro Spiritual says, I got wings, you got wings, All O God's children got wings. When I get up to heab'n I'm going to put on my ...read more

  • 12. Harmless As Doves

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    The wings of the dove came to mean detachment from the world, and from the weight of flesh. To be sanctified and separated from the world was to rise with the wings of the dove.

    A small boy sat by the side of a pool fishing. "What are you fishing for," asked a man who passed by. "Sharks," replied the boy. "But there are no sharks in that pool my little man," said the stranger. "There ain't any fish in this pool at all," ...read more

  • 13. The Remarkable Rainbow

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    There are rainbows everywhere, but the most amazing rainbow on record is the one the Apostle John saw in heaven. Here is the only permanent rainbow that exists. They fade so fast on earth, but this one is part of the furniture of heaven. It is part of the presence of God.

    I never realized how many rainbows there are in the world, until our trip to the West Coast. We would get up early to travel before the Sun came up. When it did come up it was at out back, and it was at just the right angle when we went past the irrigation systems. The light of the Sun hit that ...read more

  • 14. Nature And Worship

    Contributed on Mar 9, 2021
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    Nature is to be a source of constant messages that bring us out of self, work, and even play to worship the One who made it all. Day and night nature worships God as its Creator.

    In our 5,536 mile trip to Santa Clara and back, we saw the incredible handiwork of God like we never saw it before. The Grand Canyon was so awesome and scary to me with my fear of heights. All of my pictures have the railing in them because I could not get close enough to lean over it. We saw the ...read more