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  • God Is Merciful Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 9, 2021
     | 984 views

    The Christian life is to be a life of mercy. We are to have compassion on people who are lost, and in mercy share the light that leads out of darkness into life. We are to have compassion concerning every human need.

    In 1867 a bearded Norwegian named Lars Skrefsrud, and a Danish colleague found two and a half million people called the Santals living in a region north of Calcutta, India. He quickly learned their language and began to proclaim the Gospel. To his utter amazement the Santals were expecting just ...read more

  • God Of The Pandemic

    Contributed by Roberta Karchner on Jun 4, 2020
     | 10,550 views

    Paul confronts the Athenians with an Unknown God - that alter was placed for the God who removed the epidemic from Athens ... they wanted to know his name

    Acts 17:16-32 (NLV) While Paul was waiting for them in Athens, he was deeply troubled by all the idols he saw everywhere in the city. He went to the synagogue to reason with the Jews and the God-fearing Gentiles, and he spoke daily in the public square to all who happened to be there. He also had ...read more

  • An Answer To Agnosticism

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Feb 11, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,335 views

    Paul's proclamation of 'Jesus and the resurrection'.

    AN ANSWER TO AGNOSTICISM. Acts 17:22-31. While Paul was waiting for Silas and Timothy to catch up with him in Athens, he might have been excused if he took some leisure to do a little sightseeing. However, seeing a city full of idols provoked Paul into a painful state of agitation: quite ...read more

  • Here For A Reason!

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Dec 3, 2020
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     | 4,030 views

    You Aren't An Accident...

    You Aren't An Accident – A Christian counselor once encouraged a woman who felt lonely and abandoned. As she explained how she felt he couldn’t concentrate on what she was saying, because a Scripture (Psalm 100:3) kept running through his mind: “It is He who has made us, and not we ...read more

  • Christianity And Service

    Contributed by Ezekiel Ette on Aug 30, 2020
     | 1,312 views

    The story of Paul in the Areopagus in Athens will be a nice one for philosophers and the intellectuals of the times

    The story of Paul in the Areopagus in Athens will be a nice one for philosophers and the intellectuals of the times and to some extent the postmodern folks of today who neither think much about science or of religion. Yet this story is also the story of our time and of ordinary folks who are ...read more

  • Jehovah Shammah Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Sep 20, 2020
     | 3,761 views

    Men have a crucial part to play in the lives of their children. Unfortunately, we have bought into the lie that we that play a minor role in raising up our own children. We need to shake off that lie and step up and own up to our responsibility as men of God.

    Poppa … Pops … Pa … Dad … Daddy … Father … Sir! Our heavenly Father, like our earthly fathers, has many different names. He is our “Father” because He is “Elohim” … the One … with a capital “O” … who created us. He is our “Father” because He’s “Jehovah Jireh” … He provides everything for us. ...read more

  • Can You Preach Christ Without The Scripture?

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on May 28, 2014
     | 2,256 views

    Paul did not quote Scripture to the Athenians in his sermon. But his sermon was Scriptural

    Can You Preach Christ Without the Scripture? Acts 17:14-34 Introduction It had been a most strenuous journey for Paul. He had responded to the man in the Macedonian vision and came over to preach Jesus. At Philippi, he and Silas had been beaten for the faith and cast into prison. Even so, ...read more

  • God And The Nations - Part 1 - Raising Up A Nation Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jun 27, 2020
     | 3,738 views

    What determines how great a nation becomes? Is it the character of the leaders or of the people? How do we understand the rising and falling of nations in regard to the will and purposes of God?

    God And The Nations - Raising Up A Nation - Part 1 Today we will be reading from Acts 17:24-31 The United States of America. What do we know about the USA? We declared our independence from British rule in 1776 and thereafter won the War of Independence. America is known as a Christian nation ...read more

  • What's Your Opinion?

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Sep 6, 2020
     | 4,026 views

    To have an opinion is to have a viewpoint; to have a belief about something. A person's opinion can be based on their feelings, what they've been taught, what the people they admire say, etc. But are they true? Should opinions matter when it comes to God's word?

    WHAT'S YOUR OPINION? To have an opinion is to have a viewpoint; to have a belief about something. A person's opinion can be based on various factors: their feelings, what they've been taught, what the people they admire say, etc. Sometimes opinions are valuable and sometimes ...read more

  • Be A Powerhouse Christian Battleship

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 5, 2021
     | 771 views

    The story is told of Sherlock Holmes and his trusted colleague Watson. Holmes and Watson were out camping, sleeping, later that night Holmes woke up Watson. And Holmes asked him,”Watson, look up, what do you see?”

    Be a Powerhouse Christian Battleship The story is told of Sherlock Holmes and his trusted colleague Watson. Holmes and Watson were out camping, sleeping, later that night Holmes woke up Watson. And Holmes asked him,”Watson, look up, what do you see?” Watson looked up and replied,”I see stars and ...read more

  • Minsitry Of Paul At Athens Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Jun 17, 2021
     | 668 views

    Paul was greatly distressed seeing full of idols in the city of Athens. His thirst for the souls motivated him to pray, observe and share the gospel despite the previous experiences of imprisonment and persecution. Paul won the hearts of few men who became followers of Christ.

    Acts 17:16-34 Ministry of Paul at Athens 17:16-21 Paul’s Distress 17:22-31 Paul’s Discourses 17:32-34 Mixed responses to Paul’s preaching 7:16-21 Paul’s Distress Paul was greatly distressed seeing full of idols in the city of Athens. Paul reasoned with the worshippers at the synagogue and with ...read more

  • Right God, Wrong Way Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 19, 2021
     | 1,299 views

    Worship has the power to change you like no other activity you are involved in. Worship has the power to bless you.

    Last week we focused on the first commandment: “You Shall Have No Other gods Before Me.” Last week, we focused on the “what” of worship: You Shall Worship Only God Himself. This week, we focus on the “how” of worship: You Shall Worship God the Right Way. The first commandment implicitly excludes ...read more

  • Holy Discontent

    Contributed by Kumar Aryal on Oct 26, 2020
     | 2,431 views

    We will continue our series from the book of Acts and our text for this morning is Acts 17:16-34. In the beginning of this chapter, Paul was in Thessalonica. He visited the synagogues to dialogue with the Jews there.

    Good morning church! What a privilege to come together as a body of Christ to study His word. Let us begin our time with the word of prayer. Prayer: We will continue our series from the book of Acts and our text for this morning is Acts 17:16-34. In the beginning of this chapter, Paul was in ...read more

  • Fatalism Or Faith Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 20, 2021
     | 1,471 views

    America is Christian in its thinking in that we are a nation that says folly does not need to be repeated. We can learn from our mistakes and go on to change the future for the better and prevent tragedies that otherwise would be inevitable.

    A young man driving through the rich part of the city could not believe his eyes when he saw a sign on a Mercedes Benz that said, "For Sale $100.00. He pulled into the driveway and went to the door, and he asked if the sign was correct. The woman assured him that it was. He asked, "Is ...read more

  • Practicing The Presence Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 20, 2021
     | 1,399 views

    Theologically Jesus is always present with us, but practically we experience His absence because we are not aware of that presence. He promised He would never leave us nor forsake us, but we need to become aware of His being ever present.

    An atheist and a Christian were debating the value of prayer, and the atheist said, "I never pray." The Christian said, "But you must have prayed at sometime in your life." "Yes," he admitted. "I did pray once. I was on a hunting trip in the Yukon and got ...read more