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  • Rooted In Jesus Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Feb 25, 2018

    This is the 8th sermon in the 1 Timothy series, "Order".

    Series: Order [#8] ROOTED IN JESUS 1 Timothy 6:1-21 Introduction: As Bel Aire and I have faced criticism by people who seem happy to attack us, I need to ask you, “What do we do to stand firm in our faith”? Having lived in Hobbs for the majority of my life, all I have to do is look outside more

  • Money Is The Root Of All Evil Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jun 12, 2017

    We're continuing in our series called CONTEXT so we make sure to understand the text in context.

    Money is the Root of all Evil 1 Timothy 6:3-10 Rev. Brian Bill June 10-11, 2017 Our text for today is commonly taken out of context in our culture. When I did a Google search for “Money is the root…” it auto-filled with “of all evil.” As we will see today this is actually a partial quote or more

  • Beggars On Lambton Quay

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Mar 29, 2017

    A sermon about how we should respond to begging

    I have lived in the Wellington Region for well over 30 years, and during this time, I have seen many changes in the urban landscape. Buildings have come and gone. Whole streets have disappeared, and new ones have emerged. But one change I find particularly disturbing is that it is now an everyday more

  • Focus On What Counts Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jan 19, 2017

    The major threat facing the church is False Teaching. So Paul encourages Timothy to concentrate on what matters most.

    Sermon by Rev George Hemmings I wonder what you think the greatest threat facing the church is? Secularism and the push to privatize religion? The rise of militant atheism that’s always ready to attack Christianity? Perhaps it’s young people with their lack of respect? Or old more

  • Watch And Be Ready!

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 25, 2016

    Watch and Be Ready - 1 Timothy chapter 6 verses 1-21 - sermon by Gordon Curley. PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Watch Your Motives (vs 1-2). (2). Watch Your Attitudes (vs 3-5). (3). Watch Your Values (vs 6-10 & 17-19). (4). Watch Your Testimony (vs 11-16). (5). Watch Your Stewardship (vs 20-21). SERMON BODY: Ill: • The crowded cafeteria sported a large sign more

  • Finding Contentment

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Nov 10, 2016

    Ways to find satisfaction and contentment with what we have in our lives. Finding contentment through a relationship with Christ

    Play short clip of U2 Still haven't found what I'm looking for “I have climbed the highest mountains. I have run through the fields. I have run, I have crawled, I have scaled these city walls. But I still haven’t found what I’m looking for.” This song describes our more

  • Take Hold Of Eternal Life

    Contributed by Paul Sizemore on Oct 8, 2016

    Jesus has just said, "No one can serve two masters; you cannot serve God and money" (Luke 16:13). Then Jesus goes on to share his parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31). Paul's words to Timothy (I Timothy 6:6-19) support Jesus' claim.

    “Take Hold of Eternal Life” Amos 6:1-7; I Timothy 6:6-19; Luke 16:19-31 Proper 21-C, September 25, 2016 All three of the Scripture lessons read in our worship service this morning could easily remind us of that old adage: “You can’t have your cake and eat it more

  • The Love Of Money

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Sep 30, 2016

    The pursuit of money or all the things it can buy is a problem. It shows that we are putting our faith, our sense of security and our hope for the future in material goods. Instead, we need to put our hope in God.

    How many of you have heard of the American Dream? It’s not a dream that is limited to the United States. In fact, it’s a worldwide phenomenon. It is the desire to pursue prosperity, success and upward social mobility. While it is not wrong to be successful in life, the pursuit of more

  • Our Purpose Is Found In Adopting Christian Priorities

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Sep 30, 2016

    This is my adaptation of a sermon by Phillip Krueger, "A Changed Life Requires New Priorities", S.C. 3/14/04. While it is little changed from his sermon, I wish to share it with my few personalized redactions because this sermon has affected me personally

    The scripture passages that we have read this morning challenge us to reconsider our priorities. Is having enough money in order to live securely our chief priority? Or is prayer and a deepening relationship with the Lord our chief priority? What is your priority? People get easily more

  • "O, Man Of God"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Sep 30, 2016

    Paul encourages Timothy to be a man of God you need to Flee, Follow, Fight , and have Faith.

    “O, Man Of God” 1 Timothy 6:6-19 • Paul calls Timothy his son; I believe he loved Timothy as a son. • Maybe he sees in Timothy some of himself A young man of great Faith • He sees in Timothy what he saw in another young disciple of Christ called Stephen more

  • Content To Be Content

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Sep 27, 2016

    So how do we turn our back on the feeling of being discontent and cultivate a great sense of contentment in our lives?

    CONTENT TO BE CONTENT 1 TIMOTHY 6:6-12 #content SHEEP STORY PART 1 (p) Once upon a time, there was a herd of sheep in a safe green cozy valley. You know sheep… fluffy… eat a lot… gets haircuts to make clothes for people. This herd of sheep was pretty large and was taken care more

  • Making Long-Term Investments

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Aug 1, 2016
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    We are really good at accumulating stuff. But how often do our possessions begin to possess us? Jesus warns us about the dangers of greed and calls us to be more than our net worth, challenging us to invest rather in godly pursuits.

    Luke 12:13-21 Making Long-term Investments Wow! Today’s passage is a little shocking for those of us who enjoy life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in this greatest nation on God’s green earth. By world’s standards, we are the richest of the rich. We may not be one more

  • Money Is The Root Of All Evil Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Apr 25, 2016

    Like so many things in life, money is not inherently bad, but our perspective on money can cause lots of problems.

    We’re now right in the middle of this series, “Bible or Not,” where we are exploring these phrases that are often used, and are also often considered to be Biblical, but which are not actually found in the Bible. These “Christianese” phrases we are exploring in this more

  • Determining A Standard Of Living Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 8, 2016

    Whether poor or rich or in the middle, all of us have to determine our standard of living. So who or what is determining your standard of living? Who or what is influencing your financial decisions and the life you’re living?

    Determining a Standard of Living 1 Timothy 6:7-13 There was a story which appeared in the news about a woman who had won the lottery. Before winning, she worked long, hard hours but earned just enough money to cover each month’s bills. The years of toil and worry had taken a toll on her more

  • Fighting A Good Fight Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Nov 4, 2015

    The apostle Paul often spoke of fighting. An example of this is in our text (vs. 12). In his next book to Timothy he uses this same language and says, “I have fought a good fight…” (I think Paul loved sports.) 2 Timothy 4:7

    Fighting A Good Fight 1 Timothy 6:12-16 Introduction: 1. The apostle Paul often spoke of fighting. An example of this is in our text (vs. 12). In his next book to Timothy he uses this same language and says, “I have fought a good fight…” (I think Paul loved sports.) 2 more