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  • You Are Chosen PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Emphasize the profound nature of God's love for us, reminding us that we are chosen by Him and called to respond to His love by praising, reverencing, and following Him.

    Good morning, family! I trust you're all feeling blessed today. Today we're diving into some powerful passages of Scripture that remind us not only of our identity in Christ, but the profound nature of God's love for us. Yeah, you got that right. He chose us! We'll be looking at 1 Peter 2:9-10, more

  • Obedience - Adjusting My Life To God's Series

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Apr 9, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Part 7. We must be willing to make major adjustments in our life to follow God, obeying him 100% if we want to be faithful and experience God.

    We have been in a series titled “Knowing and Experiencing God” because, truth be told, many times in our Christian life we are just going through the motions. Perhaps we go to church on Sunday, maybe we do our daily devotions (reading the Bible & praying), generally we try to be a good person, do more

  • Starting Over

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jan 5, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    The New Year is a time for starting over and Paul’s story gives us some guidelines

    Wow 2008, the first Sunday of a brand new year. How many people stayed up to welcome the New Year in? And with a new year come commitments to change our lives to make things better or at least different. I don’t know what your resolutions might be but here are some reflections from off the more

  • From A Lion To A Lamb

    Contributed by Jonathan Campbell on Mar 18, 2008

    The conversion of Saul of Tarsus.

    1. SAUL’S ADVERSITY “It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks”. The word “pricks” refers to the instrument used by a ploughman to guide his oxen. It was up to 10 feet long and had a pointed end. Saul was doing what sinners have done down through the ages - resisting the speaking voice of more

  • Lord, What Do You Want Me To Do?

    Contributed by Mark Price on Jul 23, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Each and every one of us have a purpose. God desires for each of us to know Him though His Son. But beyond salvation, He has a plan for each of us. Eventually, we must ask the question Saul of Tarsus asked: "Lord, what do You want ME to do?"

    Key Verse: 6a Introduction Q: “Lord, what do you want me to do?” What a question! What a novel idea! Asking the Creator what He desires of His creation. You might say that Saul was a “religious man.” Actually he was a very religious man! He knew how to pray. He had devoted himself to the more

  • En El Hombre Hay Perdición, En Dios Hay Salvación Series

    Contributed by Jose Alonso on Aug 26, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    Estudiemos el trasfondo de la vida de Pablo para poder comprender la magnitud y relevancia de su conversión a la luz de la soberana gracia de Dios.

    EN EL HOMBRE HAY PERDICION, EN DIOS HAY SALVACION Este pasaje nos relata la conversión de un hombre que a los ojos de los hombres era absolutamente insalvable. Este hombre de nombre judío Saulo y nombre romano Pablo era un verdadero rabino o maestro judío. Es por eso que podía enseñar en cualquier more

  • Blinded By Hate Blinded By Love

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jan 13, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    Hatred is a dark, violent, selfish emotion that can destroy the human heart even the best of them. Hatred has a way of taking root within us like no other emotion can. It twists our thinking and speaking until all that spews out of us are dark sentences

    Blinded by Hatred, Blinded by Love Hatred is a dark, violent, selfish emotion that can destroy the human heart even the best of them. Hatred has a way of taking root within us like no other emotion can. It twists our thinking and speaking until all that spews out of us are dark sentences. It’s more

  • The Worst Imaginable Nightmare Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Jan 14, 2008

    Exposition of Acts 9:1-19 about four aspects of the conversion of the Apostle Paul

    Text: Acts 9:1-19, Title: The Worst Imaginable Nightmare, Date/Place: NRBC, 1/13/08, AM A. Opening illustration: Have you heard of the best-selling book called “The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook.” It’s a manual, written in quite a factual tone, based on interviews with experts in a variety more

  • Arrested By Love Series

    Contributed by Mark Opperman on Jan 9, 2008
    based on 24 ratings

    God wants to put a stop to our old way of living so that we might experience His restoration and know His love.

    Arrested by Love Acts 9:1-19 Intro: In my nearly 40 years, I’ve never been arrested. I did receive 3 speeding tickets and a traffic violation soon after I turned 16. Then I got another speeding ticket 3 years later- back when the interstate was still 55 MPH in ID, rather than 75. Of course I more

  • Blinded By The Light

    Contributed by Brian Menear on Nov 11, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    The story of Paul on the road to Damascus. How did this change the future of Christianity?

    Blinded by the Light (NLT) (The Story of Paul from Acts 9) Background of Paul Name means-“one asked for” He was born in Tarsus which is modern day Turkey. Jewish parents who were also Roman citizens. Paul was a determined, stubborn man. Exactly what God needed to carry his message to the more

  • Paul's Sees The Light

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Nov 10, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Paul’s Conversion on the Road to Damascus

    “Paul Sees the Light" Acts 9:3-19; 26-31 When God calls, do you question? When God asks for a change in you, do you delay? Think of Jonah …. God had to have him swallowed by a fish to get his attention Some don’t believe this is possible because of the gastrointestinal liquids that would devour more

  • Paul: From Persecutor To Preacher

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Nov 30, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    What an amazing man Paul was! He is still impacting the lives of millions today for Christ. After Saul saw Jesus, we can see Jesus in Saul (Paul).

    There are three major characters whose names are used more than any others by far in the New Testament. Do you know who they are? First, of course, is Jesus. His name occurs 1275 times, and the name Christ, 530 times. The word “God” which is not a name, occurs 1253 times, Spirit, 338 occurrences more

  • Conspiring For Kindness: Part 4 Series

    Contributed by Rev. Saeed Richardson on Dec 15, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    I our final look at kindness, we focus on the issue of revenge and retaliation.

    ____________________________________________ The Ananias Perspective Got to be in conversation with Christ Acts 9:10 There was a disciple in Damascus by the name of Ananias. The Master spoke to him in a vision: "Ananias." "Yes, Master?" he answered.  11-12 "Get up and go over to Straight Avenue. more

  • A Pen In God's Hand Part 2

    Contributed by Chew Chew on Jan 21, 2008

    Do you feel that you are insignificant? God is telling you there is none here who is insignificant. If you are willing to place your life in the hands of God, He will be committed to see His purposes in you fulfilled.

    Text: Acts 9: 10-16 Introduction For the first twenty years of his life, he lived exuberantly and was considered by his friends to be a master of revelry. Not until after being captured and imprisoned for nearly a year while fighting in Assisi’s battle with the neighbouring town of Perugia and more

  • It Was Grace That Taught My Heart To Fear

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jul 15, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    John Newton believed that God’s grace taught him to fear. But we’re not supposed to be afraid of anything are we?

    OPEN: Does anybody know what the date was this Last Friday? (Friday the 13th) Both Fridays and the number 13 have both been considered “unlucky” down thru the ages. The number 13, for example: The Turks so disliked that number that they practically removed it from their vocabulary more