Sermon Series
  • 1. Lies We Believe - Intro

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008

    I have seen the difference believing a lie will make upon my life, and I have experienced first hand, the freedom the truth makes when I build my life upon the truth.

    We are going to start a new series today, one that will take a look at the relationship between what we believe and how we live. It is entitled, “Lies we believe.” 1. Crisis of Trutha. We live in a society that has discarded the concept or notion that there is such a thing as “absolute more

  • 2. Lies We Believe About God

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008
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    Karl Barth said that there are two ways to attain knowledge of God. One is to begin with ourselves but that is flawed because we are flawed. The only place to begin is with God.

    1. Lies we believe about God. 2. Joke: a. Art Linkletter was watching a young boy drawing a picture. He asked him what he was drawing and the boy said, “I’m drawing a picture of God.” Art replied, “you can’t do that because no one knows what he looks like.” To which the boy answered, “They will more

  • 3. Lies We Believe About Marriage

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008
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    A look at some of the lies we believe about marriage.

    Opening Joke: A young bride-to-be was at the rehearsal for her wedding. She was nervous and having a hard time remembering what she was supposed to do when she walked down the aisle. The minister said, “Relax, it’s not hard. First, all you need to do is slowly walk down the aisle. Second, walk more

  • 4. Lies We Believe About Our Children

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008

    A look at some lies we believe about our children

    Lies we believe about children Jokes about Children: A small child is someone who can wash his hands without getting the soap wet. The trouble with children is that when they’re not being a lump in your throat, they’re being a pain in your neck. Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on more

  • 5. Lies We Believe About Our Feelings

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008
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    A look at how our emotions can feed us false information.

    Lies We Believe about our Feelings FATHERS’ DAY HISTORY Sonora Dodd, of Washington, first had the idea of a "father’s day." She thought of the idea for Father’s Day while listening to a Mother’s Day sermon in 1909. Sonora wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart. Smart, who was a more

  • 6. Lies We Believe About Ourselves

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008
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    A look at some lies we believe about ourselves.

    Week 3: Lies We Believe About Ourselves 1. Video of a mother who learned to love. a. Last week we covered “Lies we believe about God.” b. If we believe things about God that aren’t true, we will believe things about everything else that aren’t true. Your building is only as good as the more

  • 7. Lies We Believe About Sin

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008

    Jesus taught that sin is a condition of the heart and not just our actions. We have been trained by the world to think differently.

    Lies We Believe…About Sin 1. Introduction a. I have people do all the time is ask me “is such and such a sin?” i. I always have to take a deep breath after hearing that question. ii. My answer will be similar to going into a restaurant without prices on the menu. If you have to ask…you can’t more

  • 8. Lies We Believe About Time

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008
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    What lies are you believing about time?

    Lies we believe about Time 1. Overview a. Top Five Things People Put Off Until the Last Minute i. House chores/yard work: 35 ii. Holiday gift shopping: 25 iii. Making doctor/dentist appointments: 20 iv. Calling relatives: 15 v. Changing oil in the car: 5 b. Time is as much a mystery as more

  • 9. Lies We Believe About Circumstances

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2008
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    Lie #1: If my circumstances were different, I would be different. Do you believe this?

    2. Opening Story a. In the children’s book by Judith Viorst called Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day the young boy at the center of the story is having a bad day. i. “I went to sleep with gum in my mouth and now there’s gum in my hair and when I got out of bed this more