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  • Provoking Good Deeds And Love

    Contributed by Jeremy Harbin on Feb 16, 2020

    "Provoking" is the ability to call forth a reaction, feeling, or emotion from another. The reaction is usually unwanted. What if we used this power to call out the good in our neighbor?

    1. What a strange phrase in our Bibles: PROVOKE ONE ANOTHER TO LOVE AND GOOD WORKS. 2. When we hear the word “provoke” we don’t often think of good intentions or good outcomes. 3. We might think of the guy who cuts us off on the interstate, and he doesn’t even use his blinker when he does it . He more

  • Why Confession Is Good For The Soul

    Contributed by Gus Lohrum on Mar 7, 2016

    Confession is more than admitting sin. Based on Psalm 32 we see how confession was a process by which David's relationship to God was restored.

    Why Confession is Good for the Soul Psalm 32 March 6, 2016 Video’s message - Getting in agreement with God. I love the point that video makes that Jesus is the Great Physician who can fix our heart; but we need to live in agreement with what he is telling us; instead of listening and more

  • Finding Christ Again

    Contributed by Timothy Mize on Jan 24, 2016
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    A sermon on losing sight of Christ, then finding him again.

    FINDING CHRIST AGAIN Gospel Text: Luke 2:41-52 First Sunday after Christmas, 2015 Introduction. We’re in that “new beginnings” time of year. Christmas Day is past, and the new year is coming. Of course, for us Christmas itself was a great beginning -- we celebrated more

  • You Can Choose How To End

    Contributed by Ifeoluwa Olatunji Idowu on Nov 9, 2015

    God does not really about the bad and negatives things things you have done in the past He's concerned about your end. so you can choose how to end. the only sad note is no one no knows the end except God. see everyday as the end

    Judges 16:28 -30 Then Samson prayed, "Sovereign LORD, please remember me; please, God, give me my strength just this one time more, so that with this one blow I can get even with the Philistines for putting out my two eyes." So Samson took hold of the two middle columns holding up the more

  • God’s Vision Has Saving Power!!

    Contributed by Jawahar Singh on May 10, 2015


       Only God’s vision has saving power!!                                  Pro 29:18 says, Where there is no vision, the people perish;   This verse in the bible which is such a wonderful verse if understood properly, is sometimes interpreted in such a way that it produces more

  • In Season And Out Of Season

    Contributed by Steven Surratt on Apr 14, 2015
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    God's word is the entire word of God and we cannot rip out pages or ignore passages of his word. 2 Tim. 4:1-5 & John 4:1-28

    Text Illustration: LOOKING THROUGH CLEAN WINDOWS A young couple moves into a new neighborhood. The next morning while they are eating breakfast, the young woman sees her neighbor hanging the wash outside. 'That laundry is not very clean', she said. 'She doesn't know how to wash correctly. more

  • God’s Love Is The Living Seed Revealed In God’s Word

    Contributed by Jawahar Singh on Jan 2, 2015

    God’s Love is the living seed revealed in God’s Word [The Incorruptible Fruit bearing seed for God’s Garden]

    Dear Beloved in Christ! My wife and I are Bible teachers who teach the goodness of God shown in His unconditional Love and Grace. During ministry when we share what we teach often we get a similar type of response from many people – “Yes we know that God loves everyone”. This more

  • Rejoice In The Joy Of The Lord

    Contributed by Jawahar Singh on Jan 2, 2015

    Rejoice in the Joy of the LORD.....What is the joy of the Lord?.... Our forced actions of joy does not force God to work in our lives, instead His Mighty Works force us to rejoice. Only we should continue in the faith grounded and settled, and be not moved away from the hope of the gospel.

    As we journey through life sometimes we face difficult situations and go through periods of depression and frustration. Even then because we know that the joy of the Lord is our strength ( Neh 8:10), we try to maintain our joy and rejoice. Also we read about Paul and Silas who rejoiced in their more

  • The God Who Commands Series

    Contributed by Dave Clark on Oct 8, 2014
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    In Sunday school we get the condensed version of the Ten Commandments but they can be read expansively, so that you are challenged to consider how the commandment may apply to all sorts of real life situations.

    The God Who Commands Exodus 20:1-17 October 5, 2014 Rev. David J. Clark The Israelites had been wandering in the desert for a long time. They were learning what it means to really trust God but that trust was hard learned. There was a definite pattern: at the first hint of adversity they more

  • The Problem With Robots!

    Contributed by Rev. James Allen Kelly on Jul 2, 2014

    This sermon is about renewing our lives in Christ Jesus.

    Introduction: It appears that since workers in the United States want 15 dollars a hour; to take food orders and put cheese burgers together, or make fries, McDonalds are replacing cashiers with automated cashiers. However, these robotic machines, can only do what they have been programed to do. more

  • Come Forth

    Contributed by Dave Clark on Apr 7, 2014

    A call to come out of the ways of death into the ways of life.

    Come Forth John 11:1-45 April 6, 2014 Rev. David J. Clark The story begins with a request for Jesus to hurry to the aid of his deathly-ill friend, Lazarus. But Jesus delays. He sent messengers back to Lazarus’ home, saying “the sickness is not unto death.” Jesus made a more

  • The Good Shepherd

    Contributed by Dave Clark on Apr 4, 2014

    When scripture refers to people as sheep, it may not be a compliment. See how the good shepherd watches over us and cares for us even when our actions are senseless.

    The Good Shepherd March 30, 2014 Psalm 23 Rev. David J. Clark Late in my first year of college, I was working on a Bible research paper about the 23rd Psalm. What is all of this shepherd imagery about? I learned about how the shepherd took care of the sheep and the green pastures meant more

  • The Love Of A Father

    Contributed by Landon Winstead on Dec 31, 2013

    The love of the father in the story of the Prodigal Son reminds us of God's extravagant love for us

    “The Love of a Father” Luke 15:11-32 The Prodigal Son is possibly the most familiar story in all of Scripture. It at least ranks in the top five. Why is that? Could it be because it is such good news for us? The story is told from all different perspectives but I want to concentrate more

  • "Forgetting The Past"

    Contributed by Landon Winstead on Dec 31, 2013

    God is not the God of the Past but of the Present and Future. We should not let our past define us.

    “Forgetting the Past” 2 Corinthians 5:17 "So, if anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away; see, everything has become new" (NRSV) Welcome to this first Sunday of the New Year! I trust since you are in worship that one of your intentions for more

  • New Beginnings Series

    Contributed by Landon Winstead on Dec 31, 2013

    God is a God that offers us New Beginnings

    NEW BEGINNINGS Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! 2 Corinthians 5:17 (NIV) A new year always seems to bring with it the opportunity for new beginnings. We associate the word resolution with New Year. The word resolution, as more