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  • The Conversion Of Saul Series

    Contributed by Russell Rhodes on Aug 31, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    this is the study on the conversion of Saul. The 11th in a series in the book of Acts

    The Conversion of Saul Acts 9:1-31 Acts # 11 At the end of chapter seven and the beginning of chapter eight we have been introduced to Saul. Saul was very religious and very zealous for his faith. He had the very best training in the Jewish religion. We was very zealous of his faith. He was not more

  • I Am Blind So I Might See

    Contributed by David Rogers on Jun 26, 2005
    based on 95 ratings

    A sermon that discuss how we are blind to opportunities and the work of God in our lives.

    I Am Blind So That I Might See Acts 9:1-18 Rev. David Rogers Bethlehem Baptist Church April 24, 2005 I have asked myself many times how blind I must be. Things that are right there in front of me and I can’t see them. Sometimes It is physical objects that I can’t see and other times it might more

  • From Goodness To Going

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 10, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Preached at the National Baptist Memorial Church -- a congregation facing selecting a pastor, dealing with an aging building, and in decline. The issue is whether we will stop depending on just being "good" and will live out of grace to bear our witness

    I heard not long ago about a very special automobile. It was built in the 1920’s by the Italian firm Bugatti, and it was designed for the outrageously wealthy. This car had 450 horses under the hood, it was 22 feet long and weighed 6000 pounds. It was hand-crafted of the finest materials, it more

  • Dramatic Change On The Road To Damascus

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Oct 30, 2005
    based on 28 ratings

    When God comes on the scene or into your life He makes dramatic changes. What a great example Saul is of this. From persecutor to preacher. God’s still has the power to change lives today.

    Introduction: from an unknown source: A man from the back mountains of Tennessee found himself one day in a large city, for the first time standing outside an elevator. He watched as an old, haggard woman hobbled on, and the doors closed. A few minutes later the doors opened and a young, more

  • How Do You Know You Are Saved?

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Aug 24, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    I want us to look at Acts 9:1-19 today and look at the conversion of Saul and see if we truly can know if we are saved.

    HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU ARE SAVED? ACTS 9:1-19 I would like to take a look at Saul’s conversion experience in Acts 9 this morning to help us answer a basic question that people sometimes have when they are Christians. The question is: How do I know I am saved? Can I be sure? Saul became saved and more

  • Decide Who To Align Yourself With

    Contributed by Ian Johnson on Mar 16, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Where are you Going? and who is in Charge? If it hasn’t happened to you yet there will be a time when you must decide who to align yourself with. Who is Lord of your life?

    Finding our place in the Glory Ian Johnson Mar 17, 2005 Finding our place in the Glory March 2005. One of the greatest scientists of our time was Albert Einstein. He was a man who was so focused on his scientific theories. He was so focused; he often neglected even the simplest things of life, more

  • Truth About Islam

    Contributed by Larry Thompson on Aug 2, 2005
    based on 128 ratings

    This message delivers the distinguishing marks between Christianity and Islam; Mohammed and Jesus. In a day of constant Islamic Terrorist Threats this message will seek to prepare the believer for a biblical defense.

    WHOSE SERMON IS IT ANYWAY? “The Truth About Islam” Acts 9:1-8 - ©Dr. Larry L. Thompson (2005) Introduction: On September 11, 2001 our nation and our world was rocked as Islamic fundamentalism found it’s way inside our borders and attacked at the very heart of our economy. On Thursday, July 7, more

  • Saul And Ananias

    Contributed by Chris Tiller on Oct 23, 2005
    based on 39 ratings

    Christ’s call to Saul on the Road to Damascus and Christ’s call to Ananias to visit Saul in Damascus both provide insight into the nature of Christ’s call.

    This passage is most typically known as Saul’s conversion story—his Damascus Road Experience. It describes a dramatic encounter between Saul and Jesus on the road to Damascus…the encounter that started Saul down a new path that would make him the most prolific evangelist of the early church and more

  • Major Adjustments (Conversion Of Paul)

    Contributed by Ken Ritz on Dec 29, 2005
    based on 21 ratings

    The conversion of Paul demonstrates the adjustments, or changes, that God wants to make in our lives.

    Major Adjustments (Paul’s Conversion) Acts 9:1-9 If you have your bibles, turn to Acts chapter 9. We’re continuing in our series on the top ten bible stories, which you all selected a few weeks ago, and today we’re looking at our first story from the new testament, the story of the Apostle Pauls more

  • Lord What Wilt Thou Have Me To Do

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Jul 26, 2005
    based on 27 ratings

    LORD WHAT WILT THOU HAVE ME TO DO I. The Question Acknowledges The Lordship Of Christ II. The Question Is An Expression Of a Surrendered Heart III. The Question Was The Begining Of A New Career IV. The Question Opens The Door To What The Will Of God

    Sun. Sept 12/93 Acts 9:1-9 LORD WHAT WILT THOU HAVE ME TO DO Ten Deep Questions Of Life 1. When sign makers go on strike is anything painted on their signs? 2. Why do television stations report power more

  • Ananias

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Mar 20, 2003
    based on 9 ratings

    1. With God our impossibilities become his possibilities 2. God can use ordinary people to achieve great things. 3. No one is too bad for the grace of God

    10.05.98 Christchurch Bridlington 11.15 Service ANANIAS AND PAUL Prayer to open: Father I pray that you will speak to each one of us this morning through what I say and that what I say may be what you would have me say this morning. Through Jeus Christ our Lord. Amen The title for this more

  • "Must" In Serving The Lord!

    Contributed by Joel Santos on Oct 17, 2004
    based on 46 ratings

    There are four requirements a Christian should know before serving the Lord!

    We MUST serve Christ! Introduction: A. Paul’s background. l. Education-Studied under Gamaliel.(Acts 22:3, 26:4-5) 2. Position-Pharisee of Pharisees, devoted Jew. (Gal. 1:4, Phil. 3:5) 3. Name "Saul" (Acts 13:9) 4. He was a Roman Citizen (Acts 22:28) 5. Birth place - Tarsus, busy Roman-Greek more

  • Pas De Cas Impossibles

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Oct 12, 2004

    Les débuts de l’Eglise ont été marqué par la foi et les soucis d’une oeuvre naissante, qui explose les difficultées d’organisation, humaines et familliale... de grands défis impossibles que seule, une église en Christ peut aborder.

    Lecture Actes 9/1-19 Introduction A. Le choix du temps de Dieu est toujours parfait. La lapidation d’Etienne comme décrit dans les chapitres 7 et 8 doit être la toile de fond de l’étape pour les expériences dans le chapitre 9. Il y a trois grandes leçons que l’on enseigne dans ce chapitre. 1. Il more

  • The Light Of Life Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Aug 24, 2004
    based on 26 ratings

    the light of the gospel impacted on Saul in a way that would lead in the end to the gospel being proclaimed all the way to Rome, to the centre of the Roman Empire, in fact in the Emperor’s palace itself.

    It’s interesting to notice, as we read through these chapters of Acts, from 7 to 10, how there’s a theme of blindness and sight, so reminiscent of the words of Jesus at the end of John 9. [In fact let’s listen to them now.] First Stephen retells the story of the Jewish people and the members of more

  • Redirecting A Rebel Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jul 8, 2004
    based on 31 ratings

    This morning our focus in on one last appearance, though this one took place after the Ascension, as Jesus radically redirects a rebel named Paul (also known as Saul – his Hebrew name).

    Today we’re wrapping up our series called, “Beyond the Tomb,” during which we’ve studied the various appearances Jesus made between His Resurrection and His ascension into Heaven. This morning our focus in on one last appearance, though this one took place after the Ascension, as Jesus radically more