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  • Are We Willing To Pay A Price?

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Feb 26, 2018

    Today's digital economy encourages a "freebie" culture. Does that mindset infect us so much that we are unwilling to pay a price for the Grace that we have received?

    The season of festivals has begun , isn’t it? It is the month of Aadi for the Tamilians, soon to be followed by the Onam month for the Mallus, Dasara for Kannadigas, Divali for mostly everyone, Pujas for the Bengalis, culminating in the commercial Christmas and new year for everyone. What is the more

  • I Refuse To Offer That Which Costs Me Nothing

    Contributed by Matt Krachunis on Apr 20, 2017

    Sermon about giving God your best and not your leftovers. Give that which is costly!

    *Disclaimer- I apologize if I don’t have the correct citations, please contact me if I may have inadvertently quoted someone inappropriately. I give anyone anywhere full use of this sermon in any format for any application with or without citation of me. Its all God’s word. If it blesses you and more

  • Give Sacrificially Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Feb 22, 2016

    Obedience always requires sacrifice.

    In a Psychology Today article called, “The Myth of Multitasking,” Dr. Nancy Napier shares a test delivered by the Potential Project, a group based out of Denmark that proves that multitasking, the idea that we can focus on two things at the same time, is a myth. I am going to time you more

  • Commitment: A Disappearing Animal

    Contributed by Kelly Durant on Apr 12, 2015

    The thing about church is quite often people do not sacrifice much at all for it and then they get frustrated thinking it is the pastor or somebody’s fault when something is lacking or the problems appear but the reality they may be the problem!

    Commitment: A Disappearing Animal Kelly Durant 2 Samuel 24:24 And the king said unto Araunah, Nay; but I will surely buy it of thee at a price: neither will I offer burnt offerings unto the Lord my God of that which doth cost me nothing. So David more

  • Come To The Altar

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Dec 31, 2014

    To be able to handle all the junk you, Satan, and others pile on you, this will help you to understand HOW to have spiritual leverage

    Come to the Altar 2 Samuel 24:18-24 Last week I talked to you about adding sticks to your life… Spiritual leverage To be able to handle all the junk you, Satan, and others pile on you This week will be a follow up… helping you to understand HOW How to add spiritual more

  • Turning Testing To Triumph Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on May 5, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    This Census not only affected David but it caused great harm to the people as well. Yet we shall see that when one truly repents he once again is restored to the relationship with God. In the end David has bought the site for the temple & has made peace

    2 SAMUEL 24: 1- 25 [The Life of David] TURNING TESTING TO TRIUMPH [Exodus 30:12-16 / 1 Chronicles 21:24-27] The reader might logically expect to come to the end of the book and read of David's peacefully dying in his bed or of some great victory for Israel. Instead there is the story of more

  • A Religion Of Convenience

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Apr 8, 2013

    We live in an age of convenience. There's nothing wrong with convenience per se. The danger is when we look for a Christianity of convenience rather than sacrifice and commitment. This sermon looks at "convenience Christianity" from several angles.

  • David's Great Sin Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Jan 16, 2013

    From this story I believe we can learn how to avoid prideful rebellion against God and His Word.

  • The High Cost Of True Worship

    Contributed by Stephen E. Trail on Dec 13, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    Worship without cost is just religion.

  • The "X" Factor!!!

    Contributed by Suresh Manoharan on Nov 20, 2012

    To focus on the main reason behind receiving or not receiving anointing to do the Master’s work successfully!!!

  • What Are You Willing To Pay?

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Aug 7, 2012
    based on 14 ratings

    As believers we are called to discipleship that is to be an ever growing closer walk and relationship with Christ. But following Christ, being a disciple, comes at a cost. The question is “What are you willing to pay to follow Christ?”

    What Are You Willing to Pay? 2 Samuel 24:24 It has always amazed me the contrast between people at an auction and those at a garage sale. You can have the same identical item that sells in an auction for a hundred dollars while in a garage sale people are not willing not to spend even one more

  • The Cost Of Sacrifice

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Jul 31, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    Our sin demands great price.

    The Cost of Sacrifice July 20, 2008 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: Our sin demands great price. Focus Passage: II Samuel 24:1-24 Supplemental Passage: (Romans 6:23 NASB) For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal more

  • The Anatomy Of A Worshipper

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Dec 16, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Worship isn''t an entertaining showcase for a talented soprano or a lecture on textual criticism or a pleasant weekly reunion of friends and family. Instead, true worship is a joyous celebration of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ

    THE ANATOMY OF A WORSHIPPER by Bishop Charles C Jones 2 Samuel 24:18-24:25 Our focus in this message is to explore the exercise of worship. There is a book out that is entitled ’ Worship is a verb’, in this book the author states that Worship isn''t an entertaining more

  • David's Last Stand

    Contributed by Troy Richards on Dec 9, 2010

    A look at the last full story we have of King David and what we can learn from it.

    -good morning everyone and welcome to NewSong. -for the last couple of months we have been doing all sorts of sermon series, but for the past two weeks we’ve been kind of in between. Next week we will be starting a new one based on board games, it’ll be fun. -but this week there was more

  • When The Godly Are Foolish Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Jul 20, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    David makes a disastrous mistake toward the end of his life that has grave consequences. A number of lessons can be learned from this about accountability and humility in the face of temptation.

    Introduction: A. Let’s start with a knock knock joke. 1. “Knock Knock” “Who’s there?” 2. “Census!” “Census who?” 3. “Census summer time kids don’t have to go to school!” Good news for kids, bad news for parents. B. Maybe you have heard the old adage – we count people because people more