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  • Yearning To Breathe Free

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 16, 2003
    based on 4 ratings

    We yearn to be free. In Christ we can be transformed from a slave mentality, we can become agents of liberation, and we can come forth from self-imposed bondages. For Transfiguration Sunday and for Black History Month; uses poems (not replicated here)

    The plan of God is that all should be free. All free. Free from the things that keep us from what God intends us to be. Free from oppression, free from hostility. Most of all, free from sin and death. That is the ultimate plan of God. We who have yearned to breathe free have not been more

  • Patience In Prayer

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 25, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    lessons on prayer

    Practice in Prayer Matthew 6:1-18 6/1/97 Intro: Did you ever hear about the counting horse that was in the circus? They asked it the question how much is 2+2 and it stomped out 1,2,3,4. They asked it how much is 3 minus 2 and it stomped one time. They asked it how many hypocrites are in more

  • Happiness

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 14, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    How to be truly happy

    Intro: So, how did you make out Christmas morning? I wasn’t here last week. I hope it was a great morning for you. It’s a time that we look forward to for weeks. I know in our house we take the whole month before to look ahead to Christmas day. Now, Christmas is a day we think about gifts: more

  • What Can We Say When Evil Seems To Be Winning Series

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Aug 3, 2002
    based on 26 ratings

    sermon on how Joseph is sold into slavery by Norval Koch for our worship service

    Sunday, July 7th, 2002 Sermon Text: Genesis 37:25-36 Today we begin a series of sermons based on the life of Joseph. Our first text in this series does not have what we’d call a very “positive tone,”as you may have gathered while listening to it. In fact, it describes a series of sins on more