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  • An Amazing Announcement Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Dec 16, 2015
    based on 7 ratings

    This sermon looks at the human side of Mary. 1. Mary WONDERED at God’s Wisdom 2. Mary was PERPLEXED by God’s Plan 3. Mary SUBMITTED to God’s Sovereignty

    Amazing Announcement If you have been to various churches then you know that giving announcements in church is a regular part of the service. Sometimes announcements get twisted around or come out the wrong way. Let me give you some examples of what I am talking about: *The sermon this more

  • Grace In The Life Of A Christian

    Contributed by Tony Maramara on Aug 16, 2004
    based on 8 ratings

    Christian Life is from Grace to Grace. We have nothing to brag about on our ownselves. Everything we have and everything we are because of God’s grace.

    TOPIC: GRACE IN THE LIFE OF A CHRISTIAN TEXT: John 1:17 I. WHAT IS GRACE? Grace – can be simply defined as – God’s unmerited favor to the undeserving. Genesis 6:8 – is the very first reference in the Bible to great concept of God’s Grace. In the midst of the MOST WICKED SOCIETY that more

  • The Pigtrail To Obscurity

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Nov 9, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    What it must have been like for that very young couple as they are given the enormous responsibility of giving birth and raising the Son of God?

    THE PIGTRAIL TO OBSCURITY Introduction: Thanks for having my wife and I. I have never preached anywhere in Kentucky before. I sense each time I cross the Ohio River that I am back in the south. My wife and I were raised in the south, but moved to the Midwest more than 20 years ago. Don’t more

  • Perfect Interplay Between The Word And Faith Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 27, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    The love that is the Holy Spirit is the power that saves us, and empowers us to be like Christ in the world.

    Monday after Pentecost Memorial Day Verbum Domini Before the reform of the Roman liturgy back in the 70's, Pentecost had its own octave, culminating in Trinity Sunday. Whatever we may think of the change, we are now taken from the mountaintop experience of the commemoration of the coming of more

  • Advent 4--May It Be Done Unto Me

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 2, 2018

    "Hail, full of grace! The Lord is with you." Lessons from Mary.

    Advent 4--Lessons from Mary A friend asked me to dress as Santa to surprise her son. I went over to their house, changed into a Santa suit in the bathroom, and, to the delight of the little boy, came out with a loud “Ho, ho, ho!” After a half hour, I returned to the bathroom, changed back into more

  • The Mystery Of The Revelation Of God

    Contributed by Craig Condon on May 16, 2015

    Romans 16:25-27 places Christ’s birth in the broad arena of God’s desire for humanity to live in peace. The reconciliation that is offered in the gospel is the reconciliation to what humanity was created to be.

    How many of you like mystery stories? I certainly do. When I was younger, I loved watching mystery TV shows such as the “Perry Mason” movies, “Columbo” and “MacLeod”. Even now I like watching TV shows such “CSI: NY” and all three versions of more

  • The Story Of Christmas

    Contributed by Rick Kallstrom on Jan 28, 2003
    based on 155 ratings

    I hope that this very special Christmas message will touch your heart, and that after hearing it you will find yourself a little richer in faith, a little stronger in spirit, and once again reminded of the true meaning of Christmas.

    I invite you this day to come along with me as we take a journey back in time to the holy lands of Israel. We will begin in the District of Galilee, and then the city of Nazareth, and then conclude our journey in the tiny town of Bethlehem, birthplace of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I more

  • A Present And Future Kingdom

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Dec 16, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    God’s plan from the beginning was for his creation from Adam and Eve to the present day to be part of His Kingdom. From Scripture we discover several facts about the Kingdom of God.

    A Present and Future Kingdom Luke 1:26-33 “And he will reign over Israel forever; his Kingdom will never end!” Luke 1:33 (NLT) Luke’s gospel gives us two historical birth announcements. The first announcement was to elderly Zechariah, with the angel Gabriel informing him that his elderly more

  • The Beginnings Of Life

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Nov 17, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    This is a message on the Sanctity of Human Life.

    THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE Genesis 25:23 INTRO: When does human life begin? How often have you heard that question during discussions about abortion? Others look for a point midway during fetal development where the unborn child can be declared fully human. Some even say that life does not begin more

  • Nothing Is Impossible With God

    Contributed by William Baeta on Dec 23, 2017

    “For nothing will be impossible with God”. And Mary said, “Behold I am the servant of the Lord; let it be to me according to your word”. (Luke 1:37-38)

    Introduction: The spirit of Christmas is all around us. You can hardly go out these days unless you are prepared to spend a lot of time in both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. There are decorations on some streets and in most homes. Most people claim there is no money in the system but more

  • Mary, God-Bearer

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on May 14, 2013

    Mary is a regrettably divisive person; some honor her too much, others not enough...yet she is one truly "blessed" and "full of grace" (Given as a Mothers Day sermon).

    Mary the mother of Jesus has regrettably become a divisive figure. Some Christians come dangerously close to worshipping her. Mary is not the “Queen of Heaven”, yet she is worthy of honor, and we should not take her willingness to serve God lightly. In an over-reaction to the more

  • Pentecost And How We Need The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by David Mcnally on Jun 6, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    The early church would not have been born without the coming of the promised Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost, and the church will not survive and do what God wants it to do without the presence, blessing, guidance and strength of the Holy Spirit today

    Acts 2:1-21 Pentecost: when the first Christians were baptised with the Holy Spirit John baptised people with water in the river Jordan. All who were prepared to repent came to him to have their sins symbolically washed more

  • The Perpetual Virginity Of Mary And The Kingship Of Jesus

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 3, 2018

    The perpetual virginity of Mary, which was believed by the Church throughout its existence with almost no question, and even believed by the original Protestant reformers, is a basic Christian doctrine. To deny this is to deny the kingship of Jesus.

    Friday of 17th Week in Course Importance of Mary’s Perpetual Virginity So let’s suppose I got on the radio here in San Antonio and said: “people of South Texas, the Lord says to you today that your sins are crying out to heaven for punishment. If you do not heed God’s Law, close down all more

  • Those Bones, Those Bones!

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Oct 21, 2012

    Eyes seeing, ears hearing, feet walking, mouths talking, but dead without God. Rubbing elbows with the dead, that's why we have jobs, school, and shopping, and doctor appointments, to reach out to those who are dead!

    Ezekiel was the Watchmen! Verse 1-2-The hand of the Lord came upon me and brought me out in the Spirit of the Lord, and set me down in the midst of the valley; and it was full of bones. Then He caused me to pass by them all around, and behold, there were very many in the open valley; and more

  • Faith Which Finds God's Favor

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Jun 16, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Using Mary response to the angel to demonstrate how faith is both what we believe to be true as well as our actions.

    Last week we looked at keeping the faith in the midst of disappointments and difficult circumstances, when it seems like God is far away. This past Monday my devotions took me to Psalm 77, which was written by a man, Asaph (one of several music leaders whose job it was to sing before the Lord in more