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  • Where’s The Glory

    Contributed by David Radcliff on Apr 29, 2017

    The final four chapters of Judges. These final chapters begin and end with these bookends making it clear that God's people had moved away from moral absolutes. There was no absolute truth, no authority...they had lost their moral compass.

    WHERE’S THE GLORY Judges 17:1-6 and 21:25 These final chapters begin and end with these bookends making it clear that God's people had moved away from moral absolutes. There was no absolute truth, no authority...they had lost their moral compass. In America, we need a moral, spiritual more

  • The True Underdog

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Jul 28, 2016

    This message is for the Youth and tells the story of David and Goliath and asks the questions if David was truly the underdog. The message is, "if God is for us, who is against us?"

    The True Underdog Scriptures: 1 Samuel 17; Judges 20:16 Introduction The title of my message this morning is “The True Underdog.” I normally do not speak on our youth Sundays so this morning I want to take this opportunity and do something a little different – I want more

  • The Gospel Of Man, Ii Series

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Apr 4, 2016

    Last Sunday we began a three-part series on the gospel and its alternatives in the gospel of man. We looked at the gospel of law-keeping. The gospel considered now is that of the heart. God already accepts us because he sees the basic good in our hearts.

    7/14/13 The Gospel of Man, II Judges 17:1-13 D. Marion Clark Introduction Last Sunday we began a three-part series on the gospel and its alternatives in the gospel of man. We first looked at the gospel of law-keeping. The good news is that if we do our part well enough, God will do his part more

  • Life Without A Compass Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Sep 15, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    During the times of the judges, Israel has lost sense of who God is and what His will is. They do not know the meaning and purpose of life. We need a compass in life, and that compass is God.

    Judges 17:1-13 Life Without A Compass ES 13 Sep 15 1706 Do you know where North is? Which direction is North? How can you tell? • If we are not sure, can we decide where North is? Can we all just agree to pick one direction and call it more

  • The Gods We Serve

    Contributed by Chuck Gohn on Apr 24, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon on the how the world today resembles the world during the time of Judges. i.e. where everyone did their own thing and followed false gods.

    It’s good to have you here today. I am glad you all braved the snow, the terrible weather. I have a question for you. Did Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow or not? Not. Now that’s a good thing, right? Because that means early spring. Well, that’s good. Anyway, today we are going to be more

  • The Hireling Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Oct 11, 2012

    A study of the book of Judges chapter 17

    Judges 17: 1 – 13 The Hireling Now there was a man from the mountains of Ephraim, whose name was Micah. 2 And he said to his mother, “The eleven hundred shekels of silver that were taken from you, and on which you put a curse, even saying it in my ears—here is the silver with more

  • There Is No Substitute

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 10, 2004
    based on 51 ratings

    Mothers’ Day sermon: We need the structure of the home, for there is no substitute for moral living, which means there is no substitute for authentic religious teaching, which in turn means there is no substitute for responsible parenting.

    Lord, help the poor soul who serves as a substitute teacher. When I was a schoolboy and our teacher had to be away, we plotted what we were going to do to that substitute. There was something about the idea that we would have her for only one or two days and would likely never see her again. more

  • Who Says It's Right? Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jan 7, 2004
    based on 41 ratings

    The people of Israel weren’t the only people to do what seemed right in their own eyes, it’s still happening.

    “Who Says it’s right?” Judges 17:6 Begin with reading from “Through the Looking Glass” “What a beautiful belt you’ve got on!” Alice suddenly remarked. (They had had quite enough of the subject of age, she thought: and if they really were to take turns in choosing subjects, it was her turn more

  • Overcoming The Mistakes Of Idolatry

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Dec 16, 2002
    based on 74 ratings

    Choose this day if you will worship the Lord or contemporary idols. Find out what are the consequences for making the wrong choice.

    Overcoming the Mistakes of Idolatry (Josh. 17:1-18) Quote:Idolatry is worshiping anything that ought to be used, or using anything that ought to be worshiped. Augustine. Many people are living only for earthly pleasures that cannot satisfy their deepest longings. Millions of people more

  • Do You Want The World To Revolve Around You?

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Nov 11, 2002
    based on 36 ratings

    The story of Micah’s idols and the nature of true religion

    Do You Want the World to Revolve Around You? Judges 17:6 INTRO.: A certain credit card company has a commercial set in the board room of some international corporation. A merger is in progress. The CEO says everything is set to be finalized on the 28th. One office flunky at the copier turns and more

  • Is It Right To Do Your Own Thing?

    Contributed by Norm Beckett on May 24, 2001
    based on 63 ratings

    Without God as King of one’s life, the result is moral corruption and spiritual bankruptcy.

    IS IT RIGHT TO DO YOUR OWN THING" JUDGES 17: 6, cf., 18: 1, 19: 1, 21: 25, "In those days there was no king in Israel, but every man did that which was right in his own eyes". In the latter part of the book of Judges you will find this interesting statement, "In those days there was no more

  • Backyard Religion

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Apr 28, 2001
    based on 86 ratings

    a faith of our own making will not cut it

    1) Backyard Religion doesn’t take sin seriously. (17:1-2) ----------Godly sorrow vs. worldly sorrow (2Cor. 7:10) 2) Backyard Religion worships in spirit but not in truth. (17:3-6) ---------“There’s a way that seems right to a man but in the end it leads to death.” ---------“Not everyone who more

  • The Value Of Mothers.

    Contributed by Steve Pilon on Apr 28, 2001
    based on 113 ratings

    The hand that rocks the cradle may very well be the hand that determines the eternal destiny of our children.

    Title: The value of mothers There is a modern proverb that most of us have heard that says: ‘the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.’ While not all proverbs found outside the Bible are true this one is. And it’s true because the person who rocks the cradle will also be the person who will more