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  • Matthew 13:53-58 - The Power Of Stupidity - Part 22 Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on May 22, 2011
    based on 8 ratings

    Faith has great power. It has the power to bring to bear the Kingdom of Heaven upon the earth as I believe and receive eternal life. But UNBELIEF ALSO HAS THE POWER TO RELEASE THE POWER OF STUPIDITY. Psalms 53:1 (NLT) says "Only fools say in their hearts,

    Matthew 13:53-58 - THE POWER OF STUPIDITY - Part 22 It’s the end of the world! Despite Acts 1:7 (NASB) where Jesus makes it clear that "It is not for you to know times or epochs which the Father has fixed by His own authority", recently some Christians predicted the world would end on May 21, more

  • Matthew 13:53-58 - How To Miss The Point Entirely About Jesus - Part 21 Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on May 18, 2011
    based on 10 ratings

    The Kingdom of God, the authority of Jesus, the answers for life are abandoned because of unbelief. UNBELIEF pushes Jesus away and refuses God's wisdom and power. Unbelief builds a levy bank that redirects the flood of God's blessings elsewhere and then c

    Matthew 13:53-58 - HOW TO MISS THE POINT ENTIRELY ABOUT JESUS - Part 21 "Put it on the shelf for a while. You can always revisit it later with fresh eyes." At least that's what I tell myself when I get stuck with a writing project. Unfortunately it takes a while for me to revisit it. Well, not more

  • Faith's Foundation Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 9, 2007
    based on 65 ratings

    Without Faith, it’s impossible to please God... but how did such a religious community as Nazareth misplace its faith?

    OPEN: A man named Gregory P. Elder told of growing up on the Atlantic Coast. And what he loved to do as a child was to spend his time down at the beach. For hours each day, he’d sit on the sand and build castles and intricate cities. But one year his joy in these creations was threatened by more

  • What Moves The Hand Of God

    Contributed by Michael Richardson on Jul 31, 2007
    based on 73 ratings

    Why most churches and individuals miss the power of God in their lives.

    Matt. 13:53-58 WHAT MOVES THE HAND OF GOD INTRO: ***A little boy was heard talking to himself as he walked across the backyard, baseball cap in place, ball and bat in his hands. "I am the greatest hitter in the world," he said. He threw the ball up, swung and missed. "Strike one," he said. more

  • Avoiding Hell

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Nov 20, 2006
    based on 137 ratings

    What it takes to avoid hell.

    INTRO.- This is not a popular subject. Never has been. Never will be. But it is necessary. ILL.- On an American troopship, the soldiers crowded around their chaplain asking, “Do you believe in hell?” He said, “I do not.” “Well, then, will you please resign, for if there is no hell, we do more

  • The Most Important Mission Field

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Feb 21, 2006
    based on 20 ratings

    A sermon on how to S.H.A.R.E. our faith with our families using Jesus’ family as an illustration. (Material taken from Steve Bowen in Rev Magazine article entitled "Family Discipleship")

    Sermon for 2/12/2006 The Most Important Mission Field Introduction: A Sunday school teacher was discussing the Ten Commandments with her 5 and 6 year olds. After explaining the commandment to “Honor thy father and mother,” she asked, “Is there a commandment that teaches us how to treat our more

  • When Christ Didn't Do Miracles

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 25, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    dealing with difficult times of ministry

    "When Christ Didn’t Do Miracles" Matthew 13:53-58 8/31/97 Intro: We’ve been going through the book of Matthew. Last week we saw the different parables of the kingdom. Let’s go on and look at Matthew 13, starting in verse 53. "When Jesus had finished these parables, he moved on from more

  • Mastering Our Treasures In Order To Move Forward

    Contributed by William Wilmore, Jr. on Jul 9, 2003
    based on 79 ratings

    Christ has given us certain treasures that we are to maximize in order to move forward in our faith.

    In this “The Parable of the Householder,” Jesus compares believers to “masters of the household.” The Lord wants us to recognize that He has placed us ‘in charge’ of our divinely-designed destiny. We are the masters of the ‘treasurers’ He has given us. Yes, God has granted us rich more

  • Reasons Why The Kingdom Of God Remains A Mystery (A Hidden Truth) To Many

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 4, 2003
    based on 65 ratings

    Let us remember that unless we use what we have we will eventually lose our understanding of God’s will and truth. It is a basic, fundamental law of life. That is the great principle upon which God operates to govern human lives and human history. "To him

    Isaiah 65:2.Reasons Why The Kingdom of God Remains a Mystery (A Hidden Truth) To Many 1. Truth is only understood when it is perceived through spiritual eyes. (I Cor. 2:14-16) Unless a person has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ they will consider the talk about the kingdom of God as more

  • Miracle Stopping Faith

    Contributed by Izak Shipman on Jan 5, 2003
    based on 89 ratings

    For churches where the Power of God is not seen. We read about Great faith, saving faith and little faith, but have you ever heard of Miracle stopping faith? This is what we encounter here in Nazareth when Jesus returns to His hometown.

    Miracle Stopping Faith Mat 13:53-58 We read about Great faith, saving faith and little faith, but have you ever heard of Miracle stopping faith? This is what we encounter here in Nazareth when Jesus returns to His hometown. Bozo circus elephant – Kind – sudden character change – Charge more

  • Captain Hook's Treasure Hunt

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jun 30, 2002
    based on 88 ratings

    Getting to know God can be like going on a treasure hunt – often the looking is as wonderful as the finding.

    When I was very young, my parents used to take me and my two sisters to my godparent’s cabin at Lake Tahoe. They lived on Rubicon Bay – I always liked that name – I don’t for the life of me know what it means, but it sounds kind of mysterious, doesn’t it? Anyway, they always told stories of the more

  • You Of Little Faith

    Contributed by Johnny Small on Mar 8, 2002
    based on 118 ratings

    Why aren’t miracles being done in our lives and why are our prayers not be answered.

    You of Little Faith Do you have trouble or joy in your life? Do you have sickness or health? Do you have anger or peace? Do you have hatred or love? Do you have Jesus in your life and is He the Lord of your life or have you pushed Him back on the back burner of you life? more

  • When Jesus Went Home

    Contributed by Mike Honzell on Feb 13, 2002
    based on 37 ratings

    how unbelief hinders God’s Work

    WHEN JESUS WENT HOME Matthew 13: 53-58 INTRODUCTION: A. When Jesus finished the kingdom parables, He returned home to Nazareth to visit 1. There, He taught in the synagog of Nazareth a. No doubt, His message was the same it had been as He traveled more

  • Not Without Honor

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Oct 9, 2001
    based on 34 ratings

    What motivates your ministry?

    Not Without Honor When a person gets a promotion at work, has won a prize or received some other kind of award or recognition the first people he/she normally wants to share that good news with is family. It may be by phone or E-mail or bursting into the house yelling, "Honey! Honey!" but more

  • What Moves The Hand Of God

    Contributed by Mike Richardson on May 16, 2001
    based on 189 ratings

    Why do some churches seem to experience the power of God while others are coasting on fumes?

    Matt. 13:53-58 “What Moves The Hand Of God?” Intro: ***A Church called a new pastor at 60 years of age. His first sermon was 15 minutes long. Kinda short but fine for the folks. The next week he preached for 20 minutes. That was Ok, too. But the following week he preached for an hour more