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  • God's Word For The Overworked

    Contributed by Arthur Jenkins on Jan 14, 2003
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,486 views

    The conversions of Peter and Cornelius in Acts, Chapter 10 gives insight into God’s conversion for the Overworked

    God’s Word For The Overworked January 12, 2003 "You know the message God sent to the people of Israel, telling the Good News of Peace through Jesus Christ." Acts 10:37 Are you tired, overworked, run down? Is the pace of your life getting you down? No, this is not a Geritol commercial. But, if ...read more

  • Facing Partiality Series

    Contributed by Tom Jamieson on Jan 16, 2003
    based on 19 ratings
     | 4,007 views

    “If you show partiality, you are committing sin and are convicted by the law as transgressors" (James 2:9). God hates partiality.

    Introduction “Is God biased?” As a Jew, Peter might have thought so. After all, the priests who served Him were Jews, the prophets who proclaimed Him were Jews, and the scholars who described Him were Jews. They were God’s “chosen people” -- the guardians of His Temple and His Law, the recipients ...read more

  • Receiving Miracles

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on Sep 17, 2002
    based on 69 ratings
     | 6,322 views

    There is a position of receptivity. This is not a physical position, but a "posture" within our spirit-man to receive impartation from the Holy Spirit. Unfortunately we often quench the operation of the Holy Spirit long before He has an opportunity to del

    How To Receive Ministry 1Thes 5:19 Do not quench the Spirit. There are many ways we quench the Holy Spirit. Preconceived Notions II Ki 5:1-14 1 Now Naaman, commander of the army of the king of Syria, was a great and honorable man in the eyes of his master, because by him the LORD had given ...read more

  • Overcoming Faulty Presuppositions

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 19, 2001
    based on 25 ratings
     | 1,945 views

    Learning requires a willingness to surrender our faulty presuppositions

    Overcoming our Faulty Presuppositions (Acts 10:23-34) It is often true that before we can learn new things we have to be willing to unlearn faulty presuppositions. Many people harbor faulty assumptions about themselves, other people or their circumstances. To wrongly assume something about ...read more

  • Why Actions Speak Louder Than Words

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 19, 2001
    based on 44 ratings
     | 4,502 views

    Few people realize how important it is to love not just in word, but in deed and in truth

    Why Actions Speak Louder Than Words (Acts 10:17-33) 1. Few people realize how important it is to love not just in word, but in deed and in truth. Illustration: Research experts tell us we communicate only 7% with our words, 35% with our tone of voice and 58% with our actions. 1. Peter knew ...read more

  • Table Manners

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Jul 13, 2001
    based on 265 ratings
     | 12,725 views

    Erasing the excuses for being exclusive.

    Today is National Ice Cream Day. Did you know that when ice cream was invented the Quakers thought it was sinful. According to them it had to be sinful. Nothing could taste that good and not be sinful! That kind of sums up the perspective of a lot of Christ followers. If anything is fun - it ...read more

  • Overcoming Our Faulty Presuppositions 

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 27 ratings
     | 4,407 views

    It is often true that before we can learn new things we have to be willing to unlearn faulty presuppositions. Many people harbor faulty assumptions about themselves, other people or their circumstances. To wrongly assume something about another is to ent

    1. It is often true that before we can learn new things we have to be willing to unlearn faulty presuppositions. Quote: "As a man thinks within himself, so he is." (Prov. 23:7) Many people harbor faulty assumptions about themselves, other people or their circumstances. To wrongly assume ...read more

  • Why Actions Speak Louder Than Words 

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 186 ratings
     | 29,813 views

    Why Actions Speak Louder Than Words - Acts 10:17-33

    Why Actions Speak Louder than Words - Acts 10:17-33 1. Few people realize how important it is to love not just in word, but in deed and in truth. Illustration: Research experts tell us we communicate only 7% with our words, 35% with our tone of voice and 58% with our actions. Peter knew that ...read more

  • He Will Change The Way You Think.

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Jan 9, 2002
    based on 217 ratings
     | 23,171 views

    God changed the way two people thought in our text. So he changes us today.

    Acts 10:34-38: HE WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOU THINK. Have you ever believed something, only to find out that it wasn’t true? That has happened to me more than once. When I lived in Milwaukee, I would listen to different people on the radio. Every summer, at a huge music festival called ...read more

  • A Vision That Changed The World Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Jan 23, 2001
    based on 250 ratings
     | 38,001 views

    How Peter’s vision changed the outreach of the church.

    A Study of the Book of Acts Sermon # 20 “A Vision that Changed the World” Acts 10:1-33 God had called the people of Israel to a special relationship with Him so that they might be His people, his witnesses, His missionaries to ...read more

  • What Are We Supposed To Remember?

    Contributed by Jim Kane on May 29, 2003
    based on 30 ratings
     | 2,926 views

    We are to remember courage, responsibility, committment and sacrifice.

    (Overhead 1) Introduction - "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote this poem in 1861 and according to the website at James Madison University where it was posted, Longfellow wrote it to arouse patriotism as the Civil War began. If this is ...read more

  • Upside Down Thinking

    Contributed by Ken Sowers on Sep 1, 2003
    based on 16 ratings
     | 2,892 views

    The gospel transforms racist believers

    Upside down thinking I have it figured out only to find out that you had exactly the opposite idea? Wazungo (awe - respect) - I found out that the boogie man was me! WW2 > 300K Japanese in the US, 600K Italian 5.2 million Germans. > 100,000 Japanese - no Germans or Italians - went to ...read more

  • Learning To Change Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 29, 2004
    based on 368 ratings
     | 51,623 views

    Someone has said that the only people that like change are wet babies... and even they aren’t too excited about it. Consider what happened when God brought change to the early church.

    OPEN: Back in 1912, Ford Motor Co. had a production manager named William Knudsen - considered one of the best in his field. Knudsen became convinced that the Model T (which had been in production for 4 years now) had to be updated. But, the only problem was - Henry Ford loved his creation so much ...read more

  • Just Who Is This Jesus?

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Nov 13, 2003
    based on 10 ratings
     | 4,112 views

    A look at the unique claims of Christ

    Pax Romana, Roman peace, held the empire together for centuries. Among it’s dictates was one concerning religion. It seems that if Rome took over a nation or people with their own religion they never made them switch to the Roman gods. Their thinking was sound…why give them a reason to rebel. ...read more

  • Good News, Cornelius

    Contributed by Jeff Hughes on Dec 12, 2003
    based on 24 ratings
     | 9,013 views

    Peter shares the gospel with Cornelius

    Good News, Cornelius! Acts 10:24 – 10:48 Jeff Hughes – July 27, 2003 Calvary Chapel Aggieland I. Introduction a. Over the past two weeks, we have looked at a man named Cornelius, a centurion living in Caesarea. He was a man who wanted a relationship with the living God, but he just didn’t know ...read more