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  • Fickle People Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 2, 2021
    based on 2 ratings

    This is the 47th Sermon in the Series Action. This series began during the COVID 19 pandemic and is a call for the Church to be the Church.

    Series: Action [#47] FICKLE PEOPLE Acts 16:16-40 Introduction: Today, we celebrate Palm Sunday. This was the day that had been prophesied in Zechariah 9:9. John 12:12-15 This happened on Sunday; but by Friday, these same people were yelling “Crucify Him”. That’s fickle and it still more

  • Earthquakes Examined Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 20, 2021

    The first thing I learned about earthquakes in the New Testament is that they can be completely positive with no harmful effects. Our text is a case in point. Paul and Silas are delivered from prison by the violent earthquake that opened all the doors.

    It was in Santa Clara, California, in the summer of 1988 that Lavonne and I experienced our one and only earthquake. We were in a motel and the bed began to vibrate like it does when you put a quarter in the machine at the side of the bed. It only lasted a few seconds, but even that made more

  • Sowing Seed Of Kindness During The Coronavirus Epidemic

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan L Vorce on Dec 6, 2020

    We have an interesting year coming up. 2021 promises to be polarizing as individuals dig into their own personal opinions concerning the virus, masks, the vaccine, our Presidential election and the list goes on. Our talk today is centered around being kind throughout.

    Text: Titus 3:1-7 Introduction: We have an interesting year coming up. 2021 promises to be polarizing as individuals dig into their own personal opinions concerning the virus, masks, the vaccine, our Presidential election and the list goes on. o Now, more than ever, the Church needs to more

  • The Miracle In The Prison Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Dec 3, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    God sent the earthquake not to free the prisoners from bondage (physically) but to set the jailer and his family free from their bondage (spiritually).

    Good morning. We saw last week how the Lord led Paul, Silas, Timothy and Luke from Asia to Europe and to this leading city of Macedonia, Philippi. • Through them, the Gospel reached Lydia, the businesswoman, and her household. • It was made possible by the providence of God. God’s work in Philippi more

  • Do You Really Think This Covid Catastrophe Is The Worst? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 16, 2020

    Listen to the Spirit saying in our hearts, “you think this is hard to bear? You have not yet begun to feel the effects of sin in your world.”

    Tuesday of the 6th Week of Easter 2020 Most of the time we go about our lives without anything big troubling them. In fact, most days we could, if we wished, live our lives as if nothing will ever trouble them. The lack of huge events from outside our own will as we go from day to day means that more

  • How To Tell Them About Jesus

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Apr 19, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    The following sermon is going to review how Paul and Silas were able to effectively evangelise to the hostile people of their time in hope that we might learn and apply their proven techniques to evangelising the unsaved of our generation.

    How to Tell them About Jesus Matthew 28:19, Acts 16:16-40 Online Sermon: I was watching the news this morning and in bold, highlighted colors the worldwide meter of COVID-19 cases has now hit over 2.1 million with about 150 thousand deaths! The more

  • The Christ Of The Crisis

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Mar 30, 2020

    The example of Paul and Silas in jail reveals how the disciples of Jesus are to respond in a crisis.

  • When You’re Shut Up, Don’t Shut Up!

    Contributed by Steve Pearman on Mar 27, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    What do we do when shut away during coronavirus Covid-19?

    When you’re shut up, don’t shut up! Acts 16:16-33 Into Being shut up, is never nice on a long term. We can do it for a while. But we like freedom. We like to walk out. Do things for ourselves. It’s one reason why being in prison is a punishment: Freedom is taken away. Now we more

  • ¿a Dónde Nos Lleva Nuestro Agradecimiento?

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Nov 22, 2019

    Ser agradecidos debería llevarnos a adorar a Dios.

    ¿A dónde nos lleva nuestro agradecimiento? Levítico 10: 1-5 Hechos 16: 16-34 Salmo 100 24/11/2019 En unos pocos días, algunos de nosotros habremos viajado muchas millas desde donde estamos ahora, para estar con familiares y amigos en Acción de Gracias. Para algunos more

  • Where Does Our Thanks Lead Us?

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Nov 22, 2019

    Being thankful should lead us to a true worship of God.

    Where Does Our Thanks Take Us? Leviticus 10:1-5 Acts 16:16-34 Psalm 100 11/24/2019 In a few days, some of us will have traveled many miles from where we are right now, in order to be with family and friends for Thanksgiving. For some of us it will be more

  • I Am Thankful For ... Grace

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Oct 31, 2019

    Sermon is dedicated to the wonder of Grace – 1. Grace is Unmerited 2. Grace is Unearned 3. Grace is Limitless 4. Grace is Transformative

    Scripture: Acts 16:16 – 34; Ephesians 2:8 Subject: Grace/Salvation Title: “I’m Thankful for … Grace.” Sermon is dedicated to the beauty of Grace – 1. Grace is Unmerited 2. Grace is Unearned 3. Grace is Limitless 4. Grace is Transformative INTRO: Grace and peace this morning from more

  • Building A Joyful Life

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Jul 28, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon is part of our discipleship series where we look at building up the House of God within us. Today we are looking at building up a joyful, or joy-filled life, from the imprisonment of Paul and Silas in Philippi.

    Building God’s House “Building a Joyful Life” Acts 16:16-40 You can listen to this sermon at!3dtiECzJ!Ts9z_AMtZvfgM7m9veVtEbT5n9YKmwHKHWTCFepqjts Whenever it comes to this topic of finding joy in the midst of life’s difficult circumstances, which is why we need to build up God’s more

  • The Voice In A Close Call

    Contributed by John White on Jul 12, 2019

    God speaks in a special and personal way in close calls today. Life is filled with close calls and narrow escapes'

    The Voice In A Close Call Acts 16:10-34 We were entering the highway at an entrance notorious as a black spot for fatal accidents. The speeding traffic was bumper to bumper. There was no opening for merger or entry. Although we stopped well back, a car entering an adjacent exit too early, missed more

  • When You’re Falsely Accused

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Jun 2, 2019
    based on 3 ratings

    We've all been accused of something we didn't do. What should we do about it? Paul and Silas show us we can worship and wait, refrain from revenge, and give glory to God.

    When You’re Falsely Accused Acts 16:23-34 Have you ever been falsely accused? I’m pretty sure we all have at some point in time. It really feels bad. If you’re like me, your first impulse is to justify yourself, to assert your innocence, and if at all get revenge! But that’s more

  • Jailbreak - Or Who Is In Prison Anyway?

    Contributed by Roberta Karchner on May 29, 2019

    Paul and Silas are imprisoned. But so is the woman with the demon and the jailer who jails them