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  • What Can Paul Teach Us About Comfort? Series

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Mar 7, 2012
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,844 views

    Paul teaches us some important principles of God’s comfort in his response to their condition. Might not have 3rd letter because it was of such personal nature.

    If we were to have all over Paul’s letters to the church in Corinth then this would be chapter 7 of his 4TH letter. 1st Corinthians would be letter number 2. We do not have his 3rd letter and by the tone we have in this chapter we can assess that letter number 3 was pretty harsh. ...read more

  • Marks Of Godly Sorrow Pt 1

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Jan 5, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,394 views

    Four of the seven marks of a truly repentant person.. 1. EARNESTNESS ….. to do right. 2. EAGERNESS to clear oneself through apology 3. INDIGNATION ….. against sin 4. FEAR ….. of God

    Part 1: Marks of Godly Sorrow 2 Corinthians 7:8-11 8 For even if I made you sorry with my letter, I do not regret it (though I did regret it, for I see that I grieved you with that letter, though only briefly). 9 Now I rejoice, not because you were grieved, but because your grief led to ...read more

  • Marks Of Godly Sorrow Pt 2

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Jan 5, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,170 views

    Three more marks of a truly repentant person 1.Longing to see others do right 2.Zeal to see God glorified 3.Vengeance – desire to see the guilty punished

    Part 2: Marks of Godly Sorrow 2 Corinthians 7:8-11 8 For even if I made you sorry with my letter, I do not regret it (though I did regret it, for I see that I grieved you with that letter, though only briefly). 9 Now I rejoice, not because you were grieved, but because your grief led to ...read more

  • The Perfect Storm Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Dec 29, 2014
     | 1,877 views

    Over the last four weeks we have become reacquainted (or acquainted) with what redemption means.We’ve come to know . . . .The original version of God’s Song of Redemption.We can’t make words up, change the lyrics or tempo.

    Recovering Redemption Series (5 of 5) The Perfect Storm Oct. 19, 2014 CFBC Chester, IL Dr. Mike Fogerson, Speaker Introduction: A Over the last four weeks we have become reacquainted (or acquainted) with what redemption means. 1 We’ve come to know . . . . a The original version of ...read more

  • Breaking The Regret Chain Series

    Contributed by Archie Norman on Feb 7, 2017
     | 3,605 views

    Breaking Chains

    Regret: to feel sorrow or remorse for something in your past 1. What is the higher lesson you learned because of your past? 2. What is the fantasy world you live in because of your past? 3. What is the God-insult you believe because of your past? ...read more

  • When God Says No! Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Apr 28, 2016
     | 5,589 views

    Conversations we have with God. A series focusing on prayer

    Conversations With God When God Says No! 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 April 24, 2016 We’re in a series called Conversations with God. Today is part 3, and we're going to talk about something that's a little bit more difficult than our discussion 2 weeks ago . . . the joy of Lazarus coming ...read more

  • Is Repentance A Dirty Word? Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jun 1, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,237 views

    Sermon explores why repentance is essential to bibilcal faith, salvation, and revival.

    Is Repentance a Dirty Word? Part 2 Acts 2:36-38 Richard Tow 7/31/16 When I say the word “repent” what thoughts come to your mind? Does the word bring up pleasant feelings or unpleasant feelings? Does it sound like an attack or an invitation? Do you associate “repentance” with “opportunity for ...read more

  • How To Handle Your Guilt Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jan 22, 2019
     | 1,792 views

    Many today want to put aside any mention of shame as inappropriate. Paul, though, speaks of godly sorrow and worldly sorrow. What's the distinction and how can sorrow be a good thing?

    SMILEY RELIGION: “God wants me to be happy.” - 2 Corinthians 7:8. - Today so many presume that God’s job is to make them happy. The only way they think about God is that He is there to answer our prayers and bring good things into our lives. - Biblical ideas like carrying your cross, losing ...read more

  • Correction Of The Letter. Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jan 30, 2019
     | 1,842 views

    This Epistle was designed to produce pain in the Corinthian believers—and Paul felt very apprehensive about its effect on them. It was painful to him to write it, and he was well aware that it must cause deep distress among them to be scolded in this manner.

    August 26, 2014 Tom Lowe The Second Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians Lesson II.C.2.b: Correction of the Letter. (7:8–12) 2nd Corinthians 7:8-12 (NKJV) 8 For even if I made you sorry with my letter, I do not regret it; though I did regret it. For I perceive that the same ...read more

  • Godly Sorrow / Worldly Sorrow

    Contributed by Rick Balmer on Jul 31, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,993 views

    This is how Peter and Judas dealt with sorrow at the end of Jesus’ life.

    2 Corinthians 7:10 (KJV) For Godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death.   Why do people choose life and some choose death? Many times it is how we perceive things. Or how our past has shaped our lives. We tend to let those we ...read more

  • Living Gracefully: Letting Go Series

    Contributed by Lloyd Ludwick on Jan 18, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 4,227 views

    This message addressed a question asked by my Sermon Planning Group about how to understand and respond to memories of past sin once we come to live in the grip of grace

    "BIG IDEA":Paul’s heartfelt words in 2 Corinthians 7 help us avoid the destruction of haunting regret (in ourselves and others) by suggesting three differences between worldly sorrow and Godly Sorrow. NOTE: Also used in preparing this sermon is a chapel message delivered by Dr. Zach Eswine at ...read more

  • Aggravation Or Freedom

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Apr 10, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,281 views

    REPENTANCE CAN BRING FORGIVENESS OF SIN AND A FREEDOM FROM THE GUILT SIN BRINGS

    AGGRAVATION OR FREEDOM 2 CORINTHIANS 7:1-12 THIS MORNING I WANT TO SPEAK ON THE ISSUE OF REPENTANCE. PAUL IS GOING TO TEACH US IN OUR PASSAGE TODAY THAT TRUE REPENTANCE AND REMORSE IS THE GATEWAY TO DEEP SPIRITUALITY AND BLESSING FROM GOD. THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF REPENTANCE THAT WE NEED TO ...read more

  • Turning Burdens Into Bridges Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Oct 1, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,779 views

    True healing in our relationships begins when, in reliance upon God, we recognize our own sin with a remorse that leads to full repentance.

    Sometime ago, an ad appeared in a Kansas newspaper, which read: “We will oil your sewing machine and adjust the tension in your home for only $1. (Leadership, Fall 1986, p.46). Wouldn’t that be nice, getting a quick fix for the tension in our homes or in any of our relationships? As we all ...read more

  • When Sorrow Is In Tune With God

    Contributed by Bruce Willis on Jul 4, 2007
    based on 19 ratings
     | 3,307 views

    This sermon deals with what can happen in our lives when we respond to sorrow in a godly way; it can bring about repentance, redemption as well as renewal.

    Sorrow and heartache are common to all of us. To pass through life without feeling the hurt of disappointment, the sting of rebuke or the pain of unfulfilled desires is impossible. Sorrow is a part of life and it comes not only at the point of death, but at any sense of loss. The church at ...read more

  • Guiltless Grief

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jun 22, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,309 views

    We can deal with grief if we allow ourselves to recognize its complexity, if we accept the love of caring friends, and if we permit God to use the grief to change us.

    They stood at the gravesite, looking at the flower-covered casket of their father. The committal service had been over for ten or fifteen minutes. Everyone else had gone back to the cars. But the two sisters stood there, lingering long, staring into space. Their faces were masks: no emotions, no ...read more