Sermon Series
  • 1. Are You Robbing God

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2007
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    The principle of tithing shows our trust of God. It shows if He (in your mind) is big enough to handle your life. His promise is that He will not only take care of us but that He will fill the barns with blessing - if we trust Him!

    INTRODUCTION A. Why Now? 1. Began a Series “How do we Accomplish the Vision” a. “Whether on Temple and even More So if on Bullsboro” b. Part I – Last week was the importance of the Journey in that “We Must Offer God Our Best” from the example of Mary. We considered the statement, “God does more

  • 2. Victory In Disguise

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2007
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    Closed doors are not signs of "defeat" but rather promises that 1) God has a plan 2) A Purpose and will always accomplish His purpose.

    I. INTRODUCTION A. Series “ACCOMPLISHING THE VISION” 1. Part 1 looked at Nehemiah’s vision to rebuild and “the Journey” we will go through.. 2. Part 2 looked at Mary showing us “We Must Offer Our Best” 3. Part 3 looked at that awkward subject of the Tithe asking the question: “Are You more

  • 3. The Vision Specific Church

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2007
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    A Vision Specific Church will show evidence of the reign of the Holy Spirit by a devotion to "Teaching, (true) Fellowship, Worship, and Evangelism".

    INTRODUCTION A. Began Series “Accomplishing The Vision” March 1 1. “Offer God Your Best” – Mark 14:3-11 a. Saw the Principle that God will use Our Best to Accomplish His Purpose b. We must be available. 2. “Are You Robbing God” – Malachi 3:7-12 a. Reminded that God expects us to take care of more

  • 4. The Vision Behind Our Purpose

    Contributed on Apr 4, 2007
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    What is a church’s vision to accomplish its purpose? How do we accomplish God’s plan? Do we see the need? Do we respond with concern? Do we respond with action?

    INTRODUCTION For the past several months, we have been involved in discussions, research, and prayer regarding the Future of this Church. In 2 Business Meetings, you approved and asked the leadership to determine the feasibility of moving. First, I want to thank you for your cooperation, more

  • 5. Offer God Your Best

    Contributed on Apr 4, 2007
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    So many times, we look at the end result of our purpose rather than the journey we must travel to accomplish that purpose. We must constantly give God our best so that He can use that best for His Plan, Purpose and Promise.

    INTRODUCTION A. GOD’S ENVISIONED VISION FOR NHBC! As I strive to become who God desires me to be, I learn more of what Paul meant when he said, “we live by faith and not by sight”. And as a church, we also find ourselves striving to become who God has envisioned us to be. I am still not more