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  • More Than We Bargained For

    Contributed by Brandon Morrow on Mar 30, 2014
    based on 3 ratings

    This is sermon from Acts 3:1-10 presented to Cornerstone Christian Church on 3/30/14.

    Let's go to the Lord in Prayer on this day. Prayer.

 Please open your Bibles to Acts, Chapter 3, and follow along with me as I read todays scripture in Acts 3:1-10. I will be reading from the English Standard Version.

 Now Peter and John were going up to the temple at more

  • How To Live A Joy Filled Life

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 3, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Joy is one of the characteristics that the world lacks and Christians who possess joy have the potential of a strong witness in the world.

    Acts 3:1-10 “How To Live A Joy Filled Life” INTRODUCTION What is the difference between joy and excitement? When we become excited, are emotions are stimulated from outside of us. When we experience joy, we have an intense pleasurable emotion that is inwardly motivated. Joy is one of the more

  • Healling Of The Man Born Lame Series

    Contributed by Russell Rhodes on Aug 31, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    This is a miracle preformed by the apostles in teh book of Acts this is the fouth in the Acts series

    The Healing of the man born lame Acts Chapter Three Acts # 04 I. The Power: 3:1-11 A. Peter and John where still attending the temple and keeping Jewish customs. This shows us that at this point in time the Gospel was still being offered to the Jews primarily. B. The crippled man is an more

  • The Church At Work With The Spirit Series

    Contributed by Tom Mccrossan on Feb 28, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    In the healing of the lame man at the Temple gate, we see a model of how Christians can work with the Spirit to touch and transform lives.

    The Church at Work with the Spirit Acts 3:1-26 A. A Miracle of Healing Some weeks – maybe up to 3 months – after Pentecost, Peter and John go up to the Temple for the 3 PM prayer time, and encounter a man born lame. Apparently his feet and ankles were twisted and deformed and he couldn’t walk more

  • Continuing In Revival

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jun 9, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    A message about keeping the spirit of revival alive after the meetings are over.

    CONTINUING IN REVIVAL Acts 3:1-26 INTRO: What do we expect to happen after the revival services have ended? Is it back to business as usual? or, do we expect God to continue to do some great things in our lives and our Church? For some, you are glad that the more

  • Look On Me

    Contributed by Phillip Ramey on Aug 16, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    The lame man looked at Peter and John expecting to recieve something. When people look at Christians, they expect to see something. What would I want people to see when they look on me???

    LOOK ON ME *Peter and John fastened their eyes on this man, and said "Look on us." *He looked expecting to recieve something. *He was helpless and hopeless, but they had something to offer him. *As Christians, people are looking at us everyday and expecting to see something. We should have more

  • "Better Together"

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Nov 5, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    The purpose of this sermon is to encourage the hearers to become spiritually stronger and more powerful in prayer by choosing an ACCOUNTABILITY PARTNER to hold them accountable for their actions and behaviors.

    6 November 2005 U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris CP Walker Multicultural Gospel Service Taegue, South Korea BIG IDEA: A Christian is spiritually stronger and more powerful in prayer when he has someone (such as an accountability partner) to hold him accountable for his actions and behaviors. more

  • God's Empowering Presence

    Contributed by Ryan Sato on Jun 16, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Today we will continue to be challenged and reminded of who the Holy Spirit is! Do we as the people of God know that we are not to do life without Him? We can do so many nice and moral activities in this life, but perhaps the deeper call is to move from

    Opener: I would like to begin today’s sermon by talking about the person and the working space of the Holy Spirit…He is a person…He is seeking to do a work in our lives and our congregation…but just like anyone else…He is ignorable! So let’s do our best to try and listen to him as we walk through more

  • Tradeoff

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Nov 21, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    It can be discouraging when we compare the raw faith and power of th first century church with what the church has become. Have we traded power for "silver and gold"?

    Passage: Acts 3:1-10 Intro: We look at a passage like this and sigh.. 1. great that Jesus healed people, great that the apostles did. 2. we’ve concluded the day of miracles is over, that God no longer works this way. Il) a Pope once said as he showed a visitor the splendor of his palace, “We more

  • The Crippled Begger Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Nov 16, 2005
    based on 36 ratings

    Everybody says they want to be like the New Testment Church, maybe we should look at what it will take to become the New Testment Chruch

    Acts 3:1-10 The Crippled Beggar Introduction A. In the 1990’s everybody wanted to be like Mike B. Like Mike if I could be like mike C. Mike obviously referring to Michael Jordan D. And why not, he was the best player in the NBA E. Made some amazing shots F. Led his team to 6 titles G. Good more

  • The Book Of Acts, Part 4- Something Better Than Gold (Or Rise Up And Walk) Series

    Contributed by Mark Strauss on May 3, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    In Acts 3 we meet a man whose life is about to change. •For over forty years his life has been the same (4:22). •But now he is about to receive the greatest gift of his life.

    Something Better Than Gold (or, Rise up and Walk) The Healing of the Lame Man Acts 3 For all of us there are momentous events in our lives that change us forever. •Meeting that special person you will “Your eyes meet across the room...” •Having your first child; or adopting first child. You hold more

  • Changed Lives, Caring People, Sharing Christ

    Contributed by Dewayne Howard on Mar 24, 2006
    based on 20 ratings

    This is a great sermon dealing with sharing our faith in Christ after having a life changing experience.

    Changed Lives, Caring People, Sharing Christ Acts 3:1-10 Introduction: Our world today is so interested in changed lives. If you don’t believe me, try watching an episode of What Not To Wear. They begin by taking someone who seems so plain or wild, but has no sense of fashion. They begin more

  • Big Questions Series

    Contributed by Jake Kircher on Mar 27, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    When the spirit of God begins to move in our lives, sometimes we end up getting ahead of God which creates some pretty big questions.

    Up until this point, when it came to performing miracles, it had been the Jesus show. He was the one healing people, casting out demons, and feeding thousands with just a few loaves of bread and a couple fish. Most of the disciples throughout these different situations had been skeptical for more

  • Don’t Leave The Poor Man At The Gate

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    The ultimate measure of our love for God is a derivitive of our compasion for others.

    The time was about 3:pm.;Peter and John went to the temple to pray. No mention of the man’s name or his family. But much is said about his condtion and his daily plea for human sympathy. This certain man was lame from birth. Everywhere he went he was carried by some descent folk of his day. The more

  • Simón Pedro: Un Líder Poco Probable "Compasión Para El Quebrantado” – Parte Series

    Contributed by Joshua Pinto on Nov 27, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    Es mas hoy vamos a mirar el libro de Hechos 3, y vamos a descubrir un encuentro que Pedro y Juan tuvieron con un mendigo. Y el día de hoy deseo que aprendamos 4 lecciones de este encuentro.

    Simón Pedro: Un Líder Poco Probable “Compasión Para El Quebrantado” – Parte 3 Liderazgo y compasión usualmente no se mencionan en la misma frase. Los lideres son conocidos por ser duros, gente que se para encima de cualquiera que se les ponga en frente con tal de alcázar su objetivo. Los lideres more