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  • When Peter Got Hungry

    Contributed by John Gaston on Feb 5, 2015
     | 5,343 views

    God went to great lengths to bring together Cornelius and Peter. On this meeting hinged the salvation of all the world. With the “keys” of his Apostolic ministry, Peter opened the gates, not realizing that billions of people would enter.

    WHEN PETER GOT HUNGRY Acts 10:1-48 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Things are going badly for Israel. The economy is in a tail spin, inflation is getting higher and immigrants are flooding in from all over. Problems, problems, problems, but what to do? 2. So the Knesset holds a special session ...read more

  • "Is God Bigger Than We Think?"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on May 8, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,416 views

    A sermon about inclusion.

    "Is God Bigger than We Think?" Acts 10:1-48 When C.S. Lewis was only about 6 or 7 years old he announced to his father: "Daddy, I have a prejudice against the French." "Why?" asked his dad. "If I knew that," replied Lewis, "it wouldn't be a prejudice." He was right, you ...read more

  • God’s Power Through God’s People #8: Cornelius And Peter Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Dec 5, 2011
     | 6,692 views

    A series of character sketches in the book of Acts - Cornelius and Peter.

    Acts 10:1-48 – God’s Power Through God’s People #8: Cornelius and Peter So we’ve been working through the book of Acts this fall, looking at how God used His people in the early church to accomplish great things, making the world a better place. Today we come to an ...read more

  • Be A World Changer (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Sep 2, 2013
     | 2,440 views

    Being all in is critical; Jesus died for you … the least you can do is live for Him. (Acts 17:10-34)

    Be a world changer (Part 2) Acts 17:10-34 and Mark 7 Introduction We are called to have a common purpose in what we do -- The purpose is to worship, to love, and to celebrate Christ and share Him always -- That is our challenge, mission, and it is STILL where we find ourselves today ...read more

  • Two Visions; One Purpose Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Sep 16, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,576 views

    THE PASSAGE BEFORE US TODAY IS ONE OF GROWTH FOR THE EARLY CHURCH. IN FACT, ONE MIGHT SAY THAT THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE CHURCH LEAVING THE NEST. WITH THIS PASSAGE WE SEE THE CULMINATION OF GOD’S PLAN FOR THE GROWTH AND DIRECTION OF THE CHURCH. PETER IS

    TWO VISIONS; ONE PURPOSE INTRODUCTION: THE PASSAGE BEFORE US TODAY IS ONE OF GROWTH FOR THE EARLY CHURCH. IN FACT, ONE MIGHT SAY THAT THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE CHURCH LEAVING THE NEST. WITH THIS PASSAGE WE SEE THE CULMINATION OF GOD’S PLAN FOR THE GROWTH AND DIRECTION OF THE CHURCH. PETER ...read more

  • Witnessing To The Seeker Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 14, 2012
    based on 68 ratings
     | 17,111 views

    If someone came to you and asked you about your faith in Jesus, what would you tell them? Would you just invite them to church, or would you be able to tell them why you believe what you believe?

    OPEN: Someone once said: “I’m just a nobody, trying to tell everybody, about Somebody, who can save anybody” (REPEAT) This morning’s text is a story about the first Gentiles who became Christians. Up until this time the entire Church was made up of Jews who’d accepted Jesus. There were NO ...read more

  • Waiting On The Lord In Tarsus (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Feb 12, 2013
     | 3,064 views

    The apostle Paul had to go through a “waiting” time period. After fleeing Jerusalem in Acts 9:30, Paul was sent to his hometown of Tarsus. Why did Paul have to wait patiently in Tarsus? What was God’s purpose?

    Waiting on the Lord in Tarsus (Part 2) Acts 10 Introduction: 1. One of the hardest things in life to do is to wait. Our fleshly human nature despises waiting. 2. Yet, waiting is a vital part of the Christian life. Over and over again we see examples of this in the Bible. Here are just a ...read more

  • Can God Himself Change Your Mind? Series

    Contributed by Glenn Newton on Nov 13, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,724 views

    A turning point for the Church, as God uses two unlikely characters to accomplish His will, taking the Gospel to the Gentiles...breaking down the past barriers.

    Read Acts 10 (long text but needed for context) The question for today, the title of this message is….Can God Himself Change Your Mind? And on the end of that question we could add such things as…. Can God Himself Change Your Mind about what you believe to be true in the Bible? ...read more

  • Waiting On The Lord In Tarsus (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Feb 6, 2013
     | 2,338 views

    The apostle Paul had to go through a “waiting” time periods After fleeing Jerusalem in Acts 9:30, Paul was sent to his hometown of Tarsus. Why did Paul have to wait patiently in Tarsus? What was God’s purpose?

    Waiting on the Lord in Tarsus Acts 10 Introduction: 1. One of the hardest things in life to do is to wait. Our fleshly human nature despises waiting. 2. Yet, waiting is a vital part of the Christian life. Over and over again we see examples of this in the Bible. Here are just a ...read more

  • God Speaks Through Centering Prayer

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Jan 7, 2014
     | 3,406 views

    The wonderful things God reveals to us when we are totally focused on Him in centering prayer.

    READ PASSAGE. When I first read this passage, I saw examples of centered prayer and how God can speak to you and will speak to you if we will only center on Him and listen to what He has to say. The first centered prayer session was Cornelius. Cornelius was a Gentile, but in verse 2 we find ...read more

  • Can God Hear The Prayers Of The Unsaved?

    Contributed by Pastor Jeff Hughes on Feb 16, 2014
     | 4,566 views

    I've had many people that are no more saved than the man in the moon tell me "I pray all the time!" Is this right? Can God hear the prayers of the unsaved? I'd say the answer is no...for the most part.

    Can God Hear The Prayers Of The Unsaved? Back in April, I had the opportunity to witness to a young woman who was not saved. She had been influenced by different religions, including the Jehovah's Witnesses. I conveyed to her that to get to heaven, a person had to have a saving relationship ...read more

  • “a Vision That Changed The World” Series

    Contributed by James Lee on Dec 4, 2015
    based on 4 ratings
     | 10,100 views

    I would like to thank Pastor Jerry Shirley for sharing this series on Acts. It has been a blessing as well as a great help. I have used these for our church, as I spend my days caring for my dying father.

    “A Vision that Changed the World” Acts 10:1-33 God called the people of Israel to a special relationship with Him. They were to be His people, His witnesses and His missionaries to the rest of the world. But somewhere along the way they forgot their purpose and began to create ...read more

  • Cornelius' Conversion Series

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Feb 9, 2016
    based on 18 ratings
     | 9,395 views

    To establish that this conversion also follows the New Testament’s “pattern of conversions” as outlined in the Book of Acts. This lesson will establish that these uncircumcised Gentiles were added to the church in a same manner as all other believers.

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Cornelius’ Character before the Lord 2. Cornelius’ Call by the Lord 3. Cornelius’ Conversion to the Lord Remarks. 1. In our lesson today we are still continuing the discussion of New Testament conversions. As we continue to plow through this theme one thing has ...read more

  • Total Forgiveness

    Contributed by Gary Christensen on Mar 7, 2016
     | 2,330 views

    God says we have been cleansed, washed in the Blood of Jesus, made to be "as white as snow." Yet, people doubt. They say, "But, we still sin." Yes, we do, But "The Blood of Jesus cleanses us from all sin!" We need to Believe that we have been cleansed.

    Total Forgiveness While reading about Peter's vision, in Acts 10 recently, I received a new insight into how God looks at our Total Forgiveness. Peter is praying, up on a housetop, when he falls into a trance. He sees a “sheet” filled with “all kinds of wild beasts, ...read more

  • Total Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by Gary Christensen on Mar 9, 2016
     | 2,127 views

    Another interpretation of Peter's Vision, about clean and unclean. What if this means that you and I are now considered clean and washed and totally forgiven? I believe it does! God says it. I believe it! Now there is nothing between us and God!

    Total Forgiveness While reading about Peter's vision, in Acts 10 recently, I received a new insight into how God looks at our Total Forgiveness. Peter is praying, up on a housetop, when he falls into a trance. He sees a “sheet” filled with “all kinds of wild beasts, ...read more