Sermon Series
  • 1. Obtaining God's Blessing On Your Life

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    Obtaining God’s blessing on your life is determined by whether you live a God-centered life or have no time for God.

    INTRODUCTION A. I hope this doesn’t surprise you, but believers with an active faith have a greater chance of being more positive, generous, and socially active than those who consider themselves to be atheists or agnostics. A George Barna study found this to be the case as reflected in these ...read more

  • 2. Obtaining God's Deliverance

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    Psalm 3 has four movements which show us, from David experience, the nature of God’s deliverance.

    INTRODUCTION A. Here is a dog that needed deliverance: A Tacoma, Washington, newspaper carried the story of Tattoo the basset hound. Tattoo didn’t intend to go for an evening run, but when his owner shut the dog’s leash in the car door and took off for a drive with Tattoo still outside the ...read more

  • 3. Experiencing The Majesty Of God

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    Consider how David shows us the majesty of God.

    INTRODUCTION A. Our culture, I am sure you need not be told, has forgotten God. 1. In Christian Reader magazine, a woman from Oklahoma told this about her daughter: Our nine-year-old recently received her first autograph album and immediately began recording personal data. We could tell she ...read more

  • 4. Living On God's Holy Hill

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2008
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    The Psalm shows us six characteristics that the person who lives on God’s holy hill will examine in his/her life.

    INTRODUCTION A. Process is more important than product. Joseph Stowell who was president of Moody Bible Institute tells about chatting with a man who consults with some of the largest U.S. companies about their quality control. Because ministry is a form of human quality control, he thought ...read more