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  • Who May Live On God’s Holy Hill? Series

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Oct 31, 2012
    based on 236 ratings

    Who may live with God? 1- Those who walk blamelessly 2- Those who speak truthfully 3- Those who wrong nobody 4- Those who give graciously

    INTRO.- ILL.- Three preachers got together for coffee one day and found all their churches had bat-infestation problems. "I got so mad," said one, "I took a shotgun and fired at them. All I did is make holes in the ceiling, but did nothing to the bats." "I tried trapping them alive," said the more

  • Think Before You Speak - Sermon Body Series

    Contributed by Larry Wilson on Aug 10, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    Using the letters T H I N K, we apply biblical truth related to our tongue. God has used this sermon in surprising ways. When I preach it, I use the five fingers of my hand to represent each letter of the alliteration. Some of our members have given feedb

    Using the acronym THINK, try to ask these 5 questions before you speak. T – True Is it True? Remember this rule about gossip: “The more interesting it is, the more likely it is to be false.” ILLUS: If I counsel a couple, and listen to only one side and then make my more

  • Comfortable In God's Presence

    Contributed by David Wilson on Apr 19, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon deals with the character of the citizen's of the kingdom of Heaven.

    Grant Avenue Baptist Church 2215 Grant Avenue Redondo Beach, CA 90278 (310) 376-7890 Pastor David Wilson Cell Phone: 310-213-4586 Email: COMFORTABLE IN GOD’S PRESENCE TEXT: Psalm 15 We’ve been dealing with godly character traits for some more

  • Seeking Him With An Honest Heart.

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Sep 28, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    Psalm 15:1 LORD, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? who shall dwell in thy holy hill? ❶ Seeing the Hill ❷ Climbing The Hill ❸ View From the Hill ❹ Living On The Hill

    Psalm 24:3-4 - Wed night Sept 9 - On Capitol Hill - Joint session of Congress- President Obama denied that health care legislation would provide free coverage for illegal immigrants - Joe Wilson Rep. congressman from South Carolina yelled, "You lie!" Another Hill ❶ Seeing the more

  • Christian Character

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on Jan 28, 2009
    based on 29 ratings

    A look at Psalm 15 and what God calls us to in terms of our character.

    1 ¶ A Psalm of David. LORD, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? who shall dwell in thy holy hill? 2 He that walketh uprightly, and worketh righteousness, and speaketh the truth in his heart. 3 He that backbiteth not with his tongue, nor doeth evil to his neighbour, nor taketh up a reproach more

  • Living On God's Holy Hill Series

    Contributed by Kenneth Henes on Oct 13, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    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 more

  • "Persisting In His Presence"

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Aug 16, 2007
    based on 41 ratings

    A look at the 15th Psalm.

    In Psalm 15, David begins with a question in verse 1, which he answers in the verses that follow: "Lord, who may dwell in your sanctuary? Who may live on your holy hill?" The question which David poses has to do with living in the presence of God. "How may I as your child live daily in your more

  • Identifying Improper Speech Patterns Series

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on May 2, 2007
    based on 26 ratings

    More steps to taking control of the communication in your life.

    The following sermon outline identifies five improper patterns of speech from which the discerning individual should stay away. 1. THE BACKBITER: One who speaks against an absent individual. "LORD, who may abide in Your tabernacle? Who may dwell in your holy hill? He who walks uprightly, more

  • The Immovable

    Contributed by Kemuel Travis on Jul 13, 2006
    based on 18 ratings

    When we do as God directs, our lives will be immovable by the sins around them and we will be granted the privilege of dwelling in God’s sacred places.

    -I love the Psalms -I know few who do not love the Psalms -Within them we fin much manna to the soul -They are full of praises and encouragement -Yet, they are also full of motivation and instruction -The Psalm we will look at tonight is such -Psalm 15:1-5 -The Psalmist starts out by asking more

  • Nine Things Not To Consider When Determining What's Right Or Wrong

    Contributed by Alex Mcfarland on Jun 28, 2006
    based on 67 ratings

    In the life of every Christian, there will eventually be a struggle between “oughts” and “actions.” Every day has a way of forcing choices upon us, putting us in the middle of things that we should or should not do. When it comes to decision making for

    Nine Things NOT to Consider When Determining What’s Right Or Wrong By Alex McFarland “There is nothing wrong with what we did! Besides, we really love each other.” These were the reasons Jennifer gave for “going to far” with her boyfriend when confronted by her Mom. Jennifer knew what the more

  • Expectations Series

    Contributed by Keith Andrews on Jun 16, 2006
    based on 9 ratings

    Wht does the world expect from Christians?

    Radiation: Expectations Sermon by CH (CPT) Keith J. Andrews All scriptures marked NKJV: The New King James Version. 1996, c1982. Nashville: Thomas Nelson. All scriptures marked NLT: Holy Bible: New Living Translation. 1997. Wheaton, Ill.: Tyndale House. The last house I lived in was more

  • The Sickening Situation Of Sin

    Contributed by Larry Jacobs on May 17, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    Sin will make you sick.

    Our Web Site: --------------------------------- THE SICKENING SITUATION OF SIN Psalm 51 My Bible says at the beginning of Psalm 51 - "A Psalm of David, when Nathan the prophet came unto him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba. You more

  • Cómo Acercarnos Al Señor

    Contributed by Felix Ramirez on Nov 11, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Un análisis de las condiciones que el mismo Seor exige para acercarnos a su presencia, basado en este salmo

    CÓMO ACERCARNOS AL SEÑOR Salmo 15 INTRODUCCIÓN A. Al leer detenidamente las palabras de este salmo, no puedo dejar de plantearme las siguientes preguntas. Deténgase para sentir toda su fuerza: ¿De qué cosas me preocupo? ¿Qué asuntos atraen mi atención? ¿Cuáles son los temas en mis pensamientos more

  • Who Can Live On God's Holy Hill?

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jul 21, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    A sermon on Psalm 15 on how we cannot live on God’s Holy Hill except through Jesus Christ.

    Sermon for 7/17/2005 Psalm 15 Who can live on God’s Holy Hill? Introduction: A little girl sat with her parents during a baptismal service one Sunday night, which was a new experience for her. She exclaimed in surprise, ‘Why did he push that guy in the water? Why, Dad, why?’ Her mom more

  • El Freno, El Timón Y Una Chispa: ¿qué Tienen En Común? Series

    Contributed by Carlos Camarena on Apr 17, 2003
    based on 25 ratings

    Humans’ capability to control enormous beasts, but not a small tongue

    El freno, el timón y la chispa Texto: Santiago 3:3-6 Lectura Bíblica: Salmo 15:1-3 Por Carlos C. Camarena I. Introducción A. En nuestra introducción a Santiago 3 la semana pasada pudimos ver en el 3:1-2 sobre el peligro de una lengua no controlada, especialmente cuando es usada por more

  • Living On The Hill With God

    Contributed by James May on Jan 27, 2003
    based on 85 ratings

    What kind of life does it take for us to tabernacle with God in High Places?

    Disclaimer: Due to the large amount of sermons and topics that appear on this site I feel it is necessary to post this disclaimer on all sermons posted. These sermons are original to the author and the leading of the Holy Spirit. While ideas and illustrations are often gleaned from many more

  • Responsible Integrity Rewards

    Contributed by Dana Chau on Aug 26, 2002
    based on 72 ratings

    Discover the measure, motivation and movements toward responsible integrity

    The mission of our church is "to bring English-speaking Asians in our community into a right and healthy relationship with God and with one another through Jesus Christ, and to multiply our effort by supporting missionaries, church planters and church plants who minister beyond our focus and more

  • The Worshipper's Portrait (Drawn With A Scripture Pencil)

    Contributed by Gordan Runyan on Aug 21, 2002
    based on 162 ratings

    In Psalm 15, David’s asking God what a real worshipper looks like; do we look like God’s answer?

    One of the old confessions of the church (Westminster) says that man’s chief end is to glorify God and to fully enjoy Him forever. That’s a pretty decent answer to why we’re all here. We were created to worship. It is man’s chief end. Worship is an end, not a means to an end. We worship more

  • Rubbing Shoulders With A Holy God Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Jun 21, 2001
    based on 108 ratings


    BIG IDEA: A LIFE OF INTEGRITY KEEPS YOU CLOSE TO GOD INTRODUCTION: Every year for the Christian Athletic Association soccer season I like to pick a fundamental spiritual principle that we can focus on as we relate to the kids and to one another as coaches and referees. This year I think the more

  • Citizens Of The Holy Hill

    Contributed by Dana Carpenter Jr. on Jan 2, 2001
    based on 140 ratings

    WHoi shall stand in God’s tabernacle? WHo shall dwell in His holy hill?

    Introduction. Who shall stand in God’s tabernacle? Who shall dwell in His Holy Hill? I. The citizen of the Holy Hill must not... A. Backbite with his tongue (v.3). B. Do evil to his neighbor (v.3). C. Take up a reproach against his neighbor (v.3). D. Charge more