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  • The Analogy Of Faith Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 31, 2012

    New insights into the meaning of the Scriptures must always conform to the full faith of the Church, preached always and everywhere by everyone.

  • Lesson 36: Preach An Analogy Series

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Apr 15, 2018

    Preaching analogies is very biblical

  • God's Still In The Fishing Business!

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 23, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Jesus uses four analogies to explain some facets of the kingdom of heaven

  • Using Old Testament Analogies In Cross-Cultural Evangelism

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Aug 11, 2001
    based on 6 ratings


    USING OLD TESTAMENT ANALOGIES IN CROSS-CULTURAL EVANGELISMIntroduction - Everyone tends to learn best when they are taught in ways that they are accustomed to. After ten years of teaching in an African seminary, this truth is becoming more evident daily. When I first brought out the book of more

  • Five Insights The ‘bride Of Christ’ Analogy Gives

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jun 7, 2019

    The "bride of Christ" analogy is one that can be difficult. Looking at several of the New Testament passages referencing that, this sermon unpacks five ideas about the church being the "bride of Christ."

    - Beautiful but opaque analogy of the church as the bride of Christ. What does that mean? - That nature and frequency of analogies in the Bible. - The Bible often uses similar analogies as word pictures of who we are. A few examples: a. The branch. - In John 15 Jesus refers to Himself as the more

  • Sheep And Wolves...snakes And Doves...sparrows Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Mar 30, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    This message from Matthew 10 deals with Jesus sending out his men to preach and perform miracles. Jesus shared his power and mission with his men. The message focuses on five animal analogies Jesus used in instructing his men for ministry.

    Sheep & Wolves …Snakes & Doves … Sparrows Matthew 10:1 CHCC: February 6, 2011 INTRODUCTION: In this series on the Power of Jesus, we’ve seen some amazing miracles that prove His power over disease, demons, and even over the forces of nature. This week, we’ll see more

  • Where Are The Dinosaurs? Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Jan 14, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    There are three ways for a Christian to accept the creation story in light of the archeological evidence stacked against us.

    Question: I want to believe the Bible but with so much science out there concerning evolution/creation, the Bible has become suspect at best. What about dinosaurs, dating back millions of years ago if the Bible says the earth is only about 6-8 thousand years old? For the Christian who hates more

  • The Point Man Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Keith Peters on Jul 9, 2011

    Uses the analogy of a military leader to describe a Father's responsibility.

    The Point Man 2 Timothy 2:1-10 REFLECTION: Go back in your mind 40 years ago. You are in Viet Nam and you’re selected as the point man (leader) for a team of 7 men to go on patrol. > Your Mission: To identify a safe passage for your outfit to their next destination. > Your Enemy: more

  • The Nuclear Family Under Attack Series

    Contributed by Keith Peters on Jul 9, 2011

    Uses the analogy of nuclear fission to describe the attack on the family.

    The Nuclear Family under attack If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?” Ps. 11 REFLECTION: Our God is a God of intense and intentional design. When we tinker or actually violate those designs, the effect is often catastrophic. In Psalm 11, David asked the same more

  • The Mathematics Of The Cross

    Contributed by Robert Laymance on Jun 18, 2001
    based on 105 ratings

    Analogy of the Basic math symbols and their relationship in and to Salvation.

    Let’s begin with the ( - ) subtract symbol. 1. I’ve been Subtracted from Hell!!! a. went from a sinner to a saint b. went from rags to riches ( Heirs ) c. went from old path to the new path d. went from wrath to peace e. went from a pit to a Palace ( mansion ) 2. I’ve been Added to more

  • The Anchor Holds

    Contributed by Philip Harrelson on Jul 4, 2009
    based on 24 ratings

    Exploring the analogy of an anchor in our walk with God.

  • Who Knows Whether You Have Come To The Kingdom For Such A Time As This?

    Contributed by Patrick Oelund on Jun 28, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    An analogy from the life of Esther in how we need to be responsible for our generation.

    ESTHER - Who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this? – Introduction: Esther 1-2 Ahasuerus was a great Persian king, which lived in the Persian Capital of Shushan. And he ruled for twenty years over 127 provinces from India to Ethiopia. At this time a number of more

  • Pictures Of The People Of God

    Contributed by Keith Peters on Jul 7, 2011

    This message examines some of the analogies the Bible uses to describe the church.

    The Pictures of the People of God (Church) "upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." (Mt 16:18) INTRODUCTION: Jesus often spoke in parables or analogies in order to help us understand the ways of the Kingdom of God. When describing the more

  • The Kingdom Of God Is Like...

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 28, 2002
    based on 109 ratings

    Jesus uses four analogies to teach truths about the Kingdom of Heaven

    Saxlingham 28-07-02 The Kingdom of Heaven - Mt. 13:31-33 and 44-52 Jesus uses four different analogies concerning the kingdom of God, in our Gospel reading. The first analogy is his comparison of the Kingdom of heaven with a mustard seed The second analogy is more

  • "... And A Happy New Year!"

    Contributed by Spencer Homan on Jan 19, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    This is a sermon that uses the fresh start of the new year as an analogy for a fresh start in Christ.

    “… and a happy new year!” [Begin with a powerpoint slide titled “I Promise To…” and have it display all the things we promise to change for the new year: work out every day, eat healthier, loose 10 pounds, spend more time with the kids, be a better spouse, finally finish that “to do” list, go more