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  • Why God Allows Suffering

    Contributed by Douglas Swift on Feb 3, 2001
    based on 133 ratings

    Suffering is a normal part of life that God allows us to experience. This outline examines five principles of why God allows suffering.

    Five reasons why God allows suffering 1 1 Suffering comes with the freedom to chose what you want to do. God does not make us robots but allows us to make our own choices. Choices that can make us feel pain when we make the wrong choice. 2 The pain of suffering can warn us of when we are headed more

  • Is There Any Comfort In Suffering? Series

    Contributed by Ross Anderson on Oct 24, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    You can trust God to sustain and encourage you, even in the most severe trial, because that¡¦s the kind of God he is.

    Some of you have been through some trials recently. Some of you are going through some deep stuff right now. People have come to you, seeking to comfort you. And sometimes that just doesn¡¦t make you feel any better. When you¡¦re in suffering, it feels like the pressure will never let up. It more

  • Praise To The God Of All Comfort

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Jul 26, 2005
    based on 16 ratings

    This sermon describes some of the ways God comforts us in our troubles.

    Text: 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 Title: Praise be to the Father of Compassion and the God of all comfort. Introduction The apostle Paul opens our scripture text for today by praising God the Father. He praises him for firstly being the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ and secondly for being the more

  • Allow The Lord To Heal Your Hurt

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Aug 22, 2004
    based on 50 ratings

    The worst criticism against you can bring out the best in you. Eighteen guidelines for allowing the Lord to heal your hurt.

    Allow the Lord to Heal Your Hurt (2 Cor 1:1-8) Compassion - Comes from two words (With and pain) He shares our pain. Song:Frank Graeff, went through a time of terrible physical pain, despondency and difficulty until he turned to I Pet. 5:7 that says, "Casting all your care upon HIm for cares for more

  • Finding Direction Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jul 13, 2004
    based on 50 ratings

    What happens when something goes wrong - does it mean you are bad? What happens when you think you’ve heard God and things don’t work out - does it mean you didn’t hear right? Paul answers both questions in this 1st chapter.

    For more Bible Studies go to: Most Christians fall under two common misconceptions. The first is that when bad things happen, it means something has gone wrong or that I’ve done something wrong. The second is that when I’m hearing the voice of God to direct me, things will more

  • What To Say When You Don't Know What To Say

    Contributed by Erick Riddle on Sep 2, 2004
    based on 131 ratings

    Practical suggestions for helping people in grief

    INTRODUCTION I’m a liar. A big fat liar. Well, maybe not big fat lies, but at least little deceiving lies. The big fat part is that I keep telling the lie. So many people have been so kind since my mom died on April 19, the day before Easter. With genuine concern and a desire to help, you have more

  • How Do You Respond During Times Of Trouble?

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 16, 2004
    based on 40 ratings

    He comforts (consoles and encourages) us in every trouble (calamity and affliction), so that we may be able to comfort (console and encourage) those who are in any kind of trouble or distress, with the comfort (consolation and encouragement) with which we

    How Do You Respond During Times of Trouble? (2 Corinthians 1:4) "He comforts (consoles and encourages) us in every trouble (calamity and affliction), so that we may be able to comfort (console and encourage) those who are in any kind of trouble or distress, with the comfort (consolation and more

  • Overcoming The Deadly D's

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Sep 2, 2002
    based on 79 ratings

    In this study we will look at 6 things all beginning with the letter D that are emotional struggles that we have to learn how to overcome.

    Overcoming the Deadly D’s In this study we will look at 6 things all beginning with the letter D that are emotional struggles that we have to learn how to overcome. The only one that doesn’t explicitly deal with the emotions per se is the first where we will look at spiritual Dysentery. Into: more

  • When Things Do Not Turn Out Right Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 105 ratings

    This sermon deals with the trials Joseph faced before rising to the top.

    When Things Just Don’t Turn Out Right 1/12/97 Genesis 37:1-11 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 A couple of years ago there was a happy Christian family of seven riding down the highway in their mini-van laughing and talking with each other. The future could not have looked any brighter than it was. more

  • United We Stand...

    Contributed by Johann Neethling on Sep 14, 2001
    based on 56 ratings

    Spiritual implications for the church and nation of the terrorist attack on NYC, DC, and Pennsylvania.

    UNITED WE STAND 1. Play the song “We Pledge Allegiance” (Lee Greenwood: American Patriot) 2. My Brothers and Sisters, the unthinkable has happened. That which we never, in our wildest imaginations, would ever have dreamed could take place on U.S. soil, has ripped into the very soul and psyche of more

  • When Giving Is Better Than Receiving

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Sep 16, 2001
    based on 14 ratings

    Right after national tragedy. Discussing what we can do for our nation and suffering people.

    Sermon for 9/16/2001 "When Giving is Better than Receiving" Acts 20:17-35 Introduction: A. In our Scripture text this morning, Paul was on the way to Jerusalem to be scourged, imprisoned, and he thought killed. B. They stopped at Miletus on the way to Jerusalem in Asia Minor, and Paul more

  • A Christian Response To A World Of Tragedy

    Contributed by Robert Warren on Dec 3, 2001
    based on 48 ratings

    How should Christians respond to tragedy, especially in light of September 11th, 2001?

    "The Christian response to a world of tragedy: the strawberry plant." 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 Robert Warren September 23rd, 2001 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, more

  • Pain And Hardships Series

    Contributed by Eddie Snipes on May 4, 2002
    based on 126 ratings

    Part 2 of a 3 part series on suffering.

    Pain and hardships We have already looked at suffering with an eternal perspective. Now let’s dig in a little deeper into this subject. In the modern church, we have been led to believe that pain and hardships are symptoms of mistakes or a greater problem in our lives. This is a tragic more

  • Comfort-Able Christianity

    Contributed by Ryan Sato on Jan 12, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    “COMFORT-able” Christian faith…. A faith that is able to comfort ‘cuz it’s grounded in reality of the ups and downs of life. (Don’t ya hate it when someone is trying to comfort you and they’re not in touch with reality….or there not even connecting with

    Opener: There’s always talk of needing to get out of our Comfort zones….And often it is thought of as noble or daring but in the end, don’t we all just long for comfort??? At the end of the day are we a people who long to have a miserable night or are we thinking “once I get home, I’m gonna put more

  • "Knocked Down,not Knocked Out"

    Contributed by Joseph Conrad Edpao on Nov 11, 2004
    based on 41 ratings

    Many Christians who experience great trials in life often think that there is no hope. Here are 3 reasons why there is hope even in the midst of the most hurting trial that we experience.

    INTRODUCTION: Life on earth is a test. Sounds familiar? Yes, this is a statement from Rick Warren¡¦s The Purpose Driven Life. ¡§You are always being tested. God constantly watches your response to people, problems, success, conflict, illness, disappointment, and even the weather!¡¨ We must more