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  • Encounter With An Adulterous Woman Series

    Contributed by Jason Cole on Feb 23, 2004
    based on 30 ratings
     | 7,903 views

    Sometimes we respond to people’s sin and think we are responding the way that God would have. The best way to see how to deal with sin is to see how Jesus dealt with people’s sins during His life.

    “Encounters with Jesus: An Adulterous Woman” Introduction: I heard a story of a girl and a guy who were dating; they were a very religious couple. They went to the local Christian church and were there every time the doors were open. They tried very hard to center their relationship around ...read more

  • Why Jesus Did Not Condemn The Adulterous Woman

    Contributed by Bo Dunford on Dec 22, 2000
    based on 99 ratings
     | 17,664 views

    Jesus didn’t come into this world to condemn people, but to save them and we should follow His example

    JOHN 8:1-11 "WHY JESUS DID NOT CONDEMN THE ADULTEROUS WOMAN" * These verses gives us the well known story of the woman who was taken in adultery, and was brought before Jesus. * This story should cause us to love Jesus more, * And to have more understanding and sympathy for sinners. * There ...read more

  • To Stone Or Not To Stone?

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 22, 2002
    based on 224 ratings
     | 36,574 views

    An adulterous woman, a self-righteous crowd, or a forgiving Savior - which one do you identify with? They all teach us about forgiveness.

    March 5, 2000 John 8:1-11 “To stone or not to stone?” INTRODUCTION I hold in my hand something that strikes fear into the hearts of most people. [hold up a 10-40 tax form] The date on which everybody makes a mad dash to the post office to mail in their tax returns at the last minute is ...read more

  • Caught In The Act

    Contributed by Bruce Allen on Nov 14, 2003
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,385 views

    Every time I read this passage I think of myself as that adulterous woman, who was caught in her sin, being brought to the righteous and just Judge of all. How I rejoice that as He said to her, so too has He said to me - "Neither do I condemn you." May th

    Caught in the Act INTRODUCTION Imagine a big gathering of people. They are listening to an important speaker such as a governor, an ambassador or perhaps even someone like the president [I will let you make this person be whoever you desire to fit your own political beliefs, :-)]. Then ...read more

  • Unfaithful

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on May 27, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 1,008 views

    "The word of the Lord that came" indicates that this prophecy is not Hosea’s (v. l). It is a prophecy that originated with God Himself. In dealing with the words of this prophecy a person is not dealing with the words of man, but rather with the very word

    THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PASSAGE: A large majority of men--married and single--say they wouldn’t have an affair, even if they were certain their loved one would never find out, says a Gallup poll commissioned by Self magazine, in the June (1992) issue. Of 500 men surveyed, 67% of married men and 60% ...read more

  • His Annointing

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Sep 2, 2004
    based on 37 ratings
     | 3,382 views

    We believe in God’s Word for direction and instruction. The Apostle Paul said it so well in his letter to Timothy, “…I know Whom I have believed…”

    I would like to ask the Lord this morning what He wants me to do to be an effective part of His plan. Personally, I can say I do not want things to become routine for us. I hope we all have come here for the same reasons. We are hungry for God. It is important that we study God’s Word closely. ...read more

  • His Anointing

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Nov 7, 2005
    based on 46 ratings
     | 2,153 views

    Believing is critical to living for God. Believing will establish your faith and salvation. But to personally know Jesus will change your life.

    I would like to ask the Lord this morning what He wants me to do to be an effective part of His plan. Personally, I can say I do not want things to become routine for us. I hope we all have come here for the same reasons. We are hungry for God. It is important that we study God’s Word closely. ...read more

  • Getting Our Heads Together About Our Relationships Series

    Contributed by Richard Pfeil on Apr 18, 2005
    based on 8 ratings
     | 1,049 views

    Improving relationships in our lives

    "GETTING OUR HEADS TOGETHER ABOUT OUR RELATIONSHIPS” SUNDAY, JULY 25, 2004 Good morning. We are glad to have you here worshipping with us today. We are on the second part of a seven-part series on “getting our heads together.” We are dealing with it on a variety of topics. Two weeks ago ...read more

  • How Jesus Provides The Perfect Example As A Fighter Of The Faith

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 14 ratings
     | 1,723 views

    While there are many battles not worth the effort, there remain some causes that are worth fighting for. Paul writes, "The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets ...read more

  • There's A Black Sheep In The Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Bud Ross on Jan 24, 2005
    based on 31 ratings
     | 8,894 views

    A study of 5 people in Jesus’ genealogy who had tainted reputations illustrates that none of us have to be chained to our past.

    THERE’S A BLACK SHEEP IN THE FAMILY TREE I recently became interested in family genealogy. I found some ancestors who intrigue me, like the civil war veterans and the Baptist preacher who was shot in the back during the Civil War. (I don’t know if he wore the wrong color coat or if his ...read more

  • Keep The Word Alive

    Contributed by Ralph Coleman on Dec 13, 2001
    based on 12 ratings
     | 1,610 views

    Conspiracy against Jesus during His trial

    KEEP THE WORD ALIVE John 19:15 I’ve found that in the church there is a tendency to hide or conceal the real truth about Jesus. There are those that want to bring the world into the church – whereas the church should be in the world. God’s church can’t be operated like a household or a ...read more

  • No More Sitting By The Pool

    Contributed by Oris Hubbard on Jan 23, 2001
    based on 168 ratings
     | 8,504 views

    The healing of the man at the Bethesda Pool around the theme of Mercy.

    Introduction: This third miracle of Jesus recorded in the Gospel according to John is very important in our understanding of our Lord’s Ministry. It is on this occasion that the Jewish leaders begin to build their case against their Messiah by judging Him negatively because this miracle is done on ...read more

  • 2 - Matthew’s Genealogy Of Jesus

    Contributed by Sterling Franklin on Jan 19, 2002
    based on 55 ratings
     | 2,312 views

    Jesus’ Genealogy is like a sine wave! Some cool points about Jesus’ Genealogy in the account of the apostle Matthew.

    > Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus < Matthew was a tax collector of Jewish descent. He wrote this Gospel with a main focus to a Jewish audience. Old Testament prophecies are mentioned in Matthew’s Gospel when the prophecies are fulfilled (He does this 9 times in this Gospel). Parallel to some ...read more

  • The Peer-Less One

    Contributed by Jane King on Feb 6, 2003
    based on 5 ratings
     | 817 views

    Jesus transcends all limitations to bring harvest.

    TEXT: Saint John 4:1-42 - KEY WORD: Plights INTRODUCTION: In this passage we want to share with you Jesus who is the Peer-less One. Webster defines PEER as: one of equal standing with another. There was, and is, no one who can do what He can do! ...read more

  • Three Crosses

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Dec 12, 2002
    based on 49 ratings
     | 1,404 views

    Three men hanging on a cross, one died IN sin, one died TO sin while one died FOR sin.

    Three Crosses Luke 23:32-43 Introduction: • Two men with the same sentence. • Both men were criminals, justly condemned to die. • Jesus, the savior, between them. • So close to salvation. • One died IN sin. • One died TO sin. • While Jesus died FOR sin. • How do you think the ...read more