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  • Admitting To Overload

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Dec 3, 2008

    The First Sermon in a 4 part series entitled, ‘Overload: Saying ‘Yes’ So We Can Say ‘No.’

    Have you ever had a day like this? (Slide 1) Video Clip from entitled ‘elastic stress.’ How many of you have had stress this week? How many of you experienced stress as the result of a major issue or conflict? How many of you experienced stress this week due to a series of issues more

  • The Sin Nobody Will Admit To Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Nov 10, 2009
    based on 30 ratings

    9 of the 10 Commandments have physical evidence to show the sin committed. The 10th Commandment though is different, and those many people will commit it and not admit to it, because they see no evidence of their sin.

    The Sin Nobody will Admit to Exodus 20:17 Introduction Today, we come to the last of the 10 Commandments. In these Laws of God governing our daily living here on earth, we have seen that God has a high standard that He expects His people to strive for in life. I trust that as we have moved more

  • Go Ahead- Admit It!

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Sep 23, 2003
    based on 25 ratings

    We all like to think were ok. But God sees it differently and expects us to deal with our sin. There are three ways that we can deal with sin.

    GO AHEAD – ADMIT IT! 1 JOHN 1:8-10 Introduction: When a person comes to Jesus Christ and accepts Him as both Lord and Savior, the Bible declares that he is a new creature; that the old things – the life and its ways are behind and passed away; that a new life has begun in the light of God’s more

  • Admit, Quit And Forget

    Contributed by Mickey Bell on Feb 2, 2006
    based on 57 ratings

    Sometimes we get into sin and we don’t know how to get back to where we need to be. David gives us a great plan of action.

    Admit It, Quit It and Forget It! 2nd Samuel 11:27 How many times in our life have we done things that was displeasing to God? Things that seem to get us down in the depths of guilt and embarrassment when we attempt to come before a Heavenly Father with our sin The bible tells us in Acts more

  • Being All Wet ... And Admitting It Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Feb 9, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Everything we say and do should be consistent with who we are.

    Being all wet ... and admitting it James 3:9-13 When, as a kid, I was obviously ignorant and wrong, my dad used to say I was "all wet." I guess that is something more than being wet behind the ears. He saw some of the weird things I said and decided I was more wet than just around the ears. more

  • Admit You Are A Sinner Series

    Contributed by Alvin Hathaway, Sr. on May 20, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    While sin is an act, much like to drink or to drug; sinning is a state of being, just like being an alcoholic or being a drug addict. Therefore, if one wants to be rehabilitated from the state of being a sinner, then one needs a 12 step program to support

    Sunday, July 6, 2008 “Admit you are a Sinner” Text: I John 1: 8 – 10 We embark on our Summer Sizzler series with an ambitious theme: “12 steps in nine weeks: breaking your addiction to sin.” Many of us will quickly recognize the 12 step program idea more

  • Admit Your Guilt - The Lord Forgives

    Contributed by Christopher Raiford on Sep 2, 2004
    based on 28 ratings

    Sermon on God’s Forgiveness

    Text: 2 Samuel 11:26-12:10, 13-15 Admit your guilt–the LORD forgives Admitting our sins is one of the hardest things for us human beings to do. You see it already in little children. They do it even before they realize what they’re doing. “Who broke this glass?” “Glass?” “What glass?” “Oh, that more

  • Admitting Our Blindness In Human Development Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 14, 2009

    Jesus can act as Messiah when He is approached by humans who admit their blindness, weakness and sin; so we must admit decades of blindness in our human development policies.

    November 16, 2009 Caritas in Veritate “Deeds without knowledge are blind, and knowledge without love is sterile.” As Luke portrays Jesus making his pilgrimage to the Holy City whose inhabitants will murder him, He finally responds to one who is publicly calling him The Messiah–Son of David. more

  • Admitting We Need God's Mercy And Grace-Making The Most Of Transition Serie Series

    Contributed by Greg Buchner on May 5, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    In the midst of transition, God provides the grace and mercy, while we provide the willingness to let God lead our journey.

    “Admitting We Need God’s Mercy and Grace” Making the Most of Transition I John 1:5-9 (quotes taken from the NKJV unless noted) Wakelee Church ~ May 1, 2005 Theme: In the midst of transition, God provides the grace and mercy, while we provide the willingness to let God lead our journey. more

  • True Freedom Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on Mar 10, 2008
    based on 20 ratings

    God offers freedom to those who admit their slavery.

    Scripture Introduction The world defines freedom as the license to do whatever we want. God (on the other hand) says it is the ability to do whatever is right. Human freedom flows from obedience. I can sit at that piano with “liberty” to pound each and every key; but I lack the freedom to more

  • The Mark Of The Beast

    Contributed by Manuel Amparo on Mar 26, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    It boastfully admits that it has tempered with the law of the Ten Commandments.

    THE MARK OF THE BEAST REVELATION 13:1-17 A. THE CONTEXT OF REVELATION 13 SHOWS THAT THE WARNING AGAINST THE MARK OF THE BEAST IS MOST SOLEMN 1. Indicates the intensity of the final struggle between Christ and Satan which began in heaven and was transplanted more

  • The Bible Is Our Guide Book Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Aug 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The first in a series of 5 messages based on the HBC Core Beliefs

    The Bible is My Guidebook Hebrews 4:12 * Anyone who has ever given served in the military recognizes the acrostic “UCMJ”. It stands for the Uniform Code of Military Justice. While still under the “common law of the land”, people in the military are held to a higher standard of behavior. For more

  • God Saw A Cross

    Contributed by Evangelist Stanley Baker on Oct 11, 2011
    based on 7 ratings


    When Adam saw his wife sin in the garden In the distance God saw a cross When Cain killed his brother, God was watching And God saw a cross When Moses slew the Egyptian man in anger God saw a cross And when David chose Bathsheba over honor God knew there had to be a cross God saw more

  • It’s Time, To Get Our "Acts” Together -Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Suresh Manoharan on May 16, 2012

    With the Pentecost Sunday on the anvil, to focus on the factors that contributed to the resounding "success" of the Early Church with the primary focus on responsibilities of the laity.

    It’s time, we got our “Acts” together -2 As I pointed out in Part I of my sermon, both the Early Church clergy and laity together worked for building up the Kingdom shaking the sinful world to its core in the process. While, we had focused on the unequivocal more

  • Brokenness

    Contributed by Dan Brown on Dec 4, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Brokenness is daily coming to God and admitting our weakness and our need for Him.

    Sermon-9/23/01-Lk. 15-Brokenness KI: Brokenness is daily coming to God and admitting our weakness and our need for Him. Read Lk. 15-Prodigal son from the Message. Every time I turned around this summer hearing this story, Hume, SEMP Path of Theb Roken-Brokenness Came to understand more