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  • Class: Biblical Worldview Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Mar 2, 2022

    Worldviews – we all have one whether we know it or not – but we need to evaluate and discern what our worldview is.

    Pursue School of Ministry: Teaching - Biblical Worldview Putty last week did a teaching on worldviews and today I want to follow up on that teaching focusing more on forming and having a Biblical worldview. Worldviews – we all have one whether we know it or not – but we need to evaluate and discern more

  • Tell Them Your Testimony

    Contributed by Johnathan Solomon on Feb 24, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    As we examine Paul speech to the King Agrippa, we discover an outline of four points that all Christians should note when sharing their testimony.

    According to the U.S. News, over 80% of New Year's Resolutions have failed by the weekend. The New Year is for many people a New Beginning People make resolutions with the hope that the New Year will bring positive change. The 10 most common New Year Resolutions are: 1. Spend more time more

  • Acts Of The Apostles 37 Of 39

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Mar 13, 2022

    The apostle Paul, wherever he went, preached the same gospel.

    Illus: He was not like some of these politicians, they go to one part of the country and give one speech, then they go to another part of the country and say just the opposite. This “old time” religion that the Bible speaks about is good for everyone. It is good for the youth, the baby boomers, more

  • Not Quite A Christian Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 20, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    The Savior saved us so we will speak about Him to those He sends us to.

    How many of you remember the sermon from last weekend? Me either. Howard Hendricks used to say we have the potential of remembering 10% of what we hear, and that’s just the potential. Another pastor believes we forget 95% of a sermon after 72 hours. For us to remember, we need to hear things more

  • Call Me Crazy Series

    Contributed by Troy Walliser on Feb 22, 2023

    Our hope in the resurrection will be VINDICATED on the last day. Press forward in confident ASSURANCE because Jesus came out of the grave!

    Call Me Crazy Acts 26:1-32 You know throughout the centuries of human existence there have been those who dared to dream and imagine things that were, to their contemporaries, the epitome of crazy. History has since vindicated them, but at the time they made their bold proclamations, they were more

  • New Testament Religions

    Contributed by Kyle Campbell on Aug 14, 2022

    It would be an understatement to say that the religious world is in a state of confusion. With hundreds of denominations in this country and thousands of religions worldwide, it’s sufficient to say that many people simply don’t know what’s going on.

    Introduction. You likely know that sin separates us from God (Isaiah 59:1-2). Therefore, in order to get back to God, we need religion. The word “religion” basically means to “tie or bind back to God again.” This fundamental belief in sin and redemption has fueled the development of many varied more

  • Almost Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Mar 2, 2024
    based on 2 ratings

    This is the 189th sermon in the series "Action".

    Series: Action [#189] ALMOST Acts 26:1-32 Introduction: I was reading about a Hall of Fame baseball player who played from 1955-1975; and became the 1st Black Major League Manager. Frank Robinson is credited with 1st saying the famous phrase, “Almost only counts in horseshoes and hand more

  • Paul Before King Agrippa Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Feb 12, 2022

    Paul was ready to give his testimony of how he went from a persecutor of Christians to a follower of Christ. Paul was bold to confront King Agrippa with the claims of Christ. Paul even gave an invitation to Agrippa to become a follower of Christ.

    Background The context of this message is that Paul had recently finished his third missionary journey and went to Jerusalem. When he got to Jerusalem, he told James the brother of Jesus and all the church leaders what happened in his ministry where the gentiles turned to God. The Jerusalem more

  • 'almost Persuaded… But Not Quite' (2023 Sermon)

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Jan 8, 2023

    'Almost persuaded… but not quite' - Acts chapters 25 & 26 - sermon by Gordon Curley (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: Background: Meet the Cast: • (1). Festus, the Roman Governor. • (2). King Agrippa. • (3). The Apostle Paul. Outline: Scan the section: • (1). Paul saw the light (vs 1-16) • (2). The Gentiles need the light (vs 17-18). • (3). Festus & Agrippa rejected the light (vs more

  • An Outline Of Acts 26

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Jan 30, 2024

    King Agrippa had asked Festus if he could hear Paul speak in person. Festus agreed, and Paul delivered a message none of them could ever forget.

    Paul's Testimony Before King Agrippa Introduction: This chapter has a record of Paul's testimony, and almost autobiography, when he was brought before King Agrippa in Caesarea. Compare this speech or testimony with what Paul had said in Acts 9 and 22. Luke recorded in the last few verses more

  • How To Handle Complainers

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 44 ratings

    Paul’s prudence evidenced the Spirit’s leading not only in his content but also in his approach to people

    How to Handle Complainers Illustration:Don’t complain and talk about all your problems--80 percent of people don’t care; the other 20 percent will think you deserve them. Mark Twain. Illustration: A heavy wagon was being dragged along a country lane by a team of oxen. The axles groaned and more

  • The Light That Shines! Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Aug 1, 2021

    The Light That Shines! - Acts chapter 26 verses 1-36. sermon by Gordon Curley (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: Background: Meet the Cast: • (1). Festus, the Roman Governor. • (2). King Agrippa. • (3). The Apostle Paul. Outline: Three Key Points:: • (1). Paul saw the light (vs 1-16) • (2). The Gentiles need the light (vs 17-18). • (3). Festus & Agrippa rejected the light (vs more

  • Between A Lie And The Truth Series

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Sep 10, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    How will you respond to the Resurrection? Disbelieve it or deny it as a lie, or believe it as the truth?

    Our New Testament lesson for this morning is from Acts 26:1-29. It is found on page 792 of your pew Bible. As you turn to this text in your Bible, let me share with you something that happened to me this week. I was in the grocery store the other day, and the cashier was taking so much time, and more

  • Two Of The Most Tragic Words In Scripture

    Contributed by Jeffery Richards on Aug 21, 2003
    based on 91 ratings

    Almost Persuaded

    We missed him. Our chance to change things came and passed and we did not know it was there. A dark-skinned little boy sat through Sunday School classes for three years at a great Baptist Church (First Church, San Antonio) but someone missed him. His name was Sirhan Sirhan, and at age 24 he shot more

  • The World's Most Popular Religion

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Mar 29, 2005
    based on 178 ratings

    The World wants a religion that does not INSIST, does not INVOLVE, does not INTERFERE, and does not INCLUDE [certain things.] Link included to formatted text, audio/video, PowerPoint.

    The World’s Most Popular Religion Acts 26:5 Powerpoint for this and hundreds more free sermons at our website: ----- I heard a story about a pastor who called two boys to his office. One boy was asked to wait outside the door while the other more