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  • The Problem With Relying On Your Heart When Judging Right And Wrong

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Mar 5, 2013

    A look at the danger that comes with claiming that our conscience is the ultimate arbiter of right and wrong. We have traded blush on our cheeks for a shrug of our shoulders.

    GETTING RID OF SHAME: We frequently trade blushing for shrugging. - Jeremiah 8:12. - This is such a rich phrase here in verse 12 – they don’t even know how to blush. - Sometimes we act like the heart and conscience will always be a reliable artiber of what’s right and more

  • Why Did Jesus Say He’s Not A Judge?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Mar 18, 2014

    A look at two short verses where Jesus says He wasn't appointed a judge. Why did He say that? This leads us to a larger discussion of the dangers of coming to Jesus with a pre-existing agenda.

  • The Cure For Greed Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 13, 2013
    based on 46 ratings

    Greed is listed as one of the worst of sins - right up there with lewdness, adultery, and murder. But how likely am "I" to be plagued by greed? And how can God cure me of this terrible sin?

    Back in the 1800’s there was once a 350# wrestler in Europe named “Yusuf, the terrible Turk.” Three hundred and fifty pounds is a fairly huge man, and there wasn’t an ounce of flab on the man. He was formidable. And in his four years in Europe, he was impossible to beat, more

  • Salvations Top Ten Series

    Contributed by Rich Dunbar on Mar 30, 2005
    based on 30 ratings

    This sermon looks at ten aspects of Salvation that are revealed in Peters message to Cornelius and his household.

    Salvation is… 1. For everyone v. 34-35 – God shows no partiality but will accept all who turn to Him. 2. From God v. 36 – God is the one who initiated this reconciliation between Himself and mankind. We could do nothing to change our fate. 3. Through Jesus v. 36 – Jesus is the Lamb which more

  • Even Great Faith Needs A Mediator

    Contributed by Paul Carlson on Feb 16, 2009

    How can I make it through my unbearable hardship?

    Even Great Faith Needs a Mediator Job 9 PROPOSITION: Because Christ victoriously conquered suffering, rest in Him to carry you through your hardships. I. Submit to God’s working in your life. 9:1-13 A. I know the doctrine of God’s justice! (1) 1. He is holy and more

  • Settle Disputes Like A Christian Series

    Contributed by Andy Moyle on Feb 24, 2016

    The Corinthians were pretty American - they loved suing each other. So Paul tells them to stop it and do it the grace way!

    As you can see this morning we are passionate about being a gateway for the gospel to goto the nations. I want to see heaven populated with people from all nations because of what we have been partnering with the Spirit in here! Apostle Paul had a similar passion and he had a problem in Corinth more

  • The Heroine Of God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 30, 2014
    based on 15 ratings

    Deborah was one of the great "she-roes" of God. What was it about her that made her a heroine in the book of Judges and what is it about her faith that got God's attention?

  • Amos - 5 Series

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Aug 4, 2010

    Then he said to them, "Watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed; a man’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.

    Dakota Community Church May 9, 2010 Amos 5 I want to move forward in our study of the book of Amos by looking at a couple of the themes given as reason for the coming judgment upon the people of God. Let’s begin with a quick review of the heart of God concerning the poor: Amos more

  • Creativity--The Opposite Of Liturgy Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 21, 2011

    Our profession of faith in Christ is guided not only by Scripture, but by the Fathers of the Church, the historic creeds, and our liturgical tradition.

    Monday of the 5th Week of Easter Spirit of the Liturgy Mistaken identity. It’s an embarrassment, and occasionally a lethal inconvenience. Consider poor Jude here. No wonder he appears to have preferred the name “Thaddeus,” and became patron saint of hopeless causes. Even more

  • The Gestures Of Worship Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 23, 2011

    Profound bows, joining of hands for prayer, and striking our breast are all important adjuncts to our worship.

    Feast of St. James July 25, 2011 Spirit of the Liturgy Some of the apostles have paired feasts–Ss. Peter and Paul, Simon and Jude, Philip and James the Lesser. We would expect James and John, blood brothers, to be treated in this way, but they each have their own festival day. I think more

  • Reflecting On The Dark Passages Of Scripture Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 12, 2012

    As in the story of Judas, there are dark passages in the Bible, but they can help us if we use an interpretation which enables their meaning to emerge in the light of the mystery of Christ.

    Feast of St. Matthias 14 May 2012 Verbum Domini Today’s feast gives us an opportunity to reflect on one of the darkest moments in our salvation history. The crucifixion of Jesus was set up by a traitor, Judas “the Iscariot.” It also helps us to consider what the Holy Father more

  • Christ's Superior Priesthood

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Mar 19, 2014

    Thank You very much LORD JESUS, for I am set as royal priesthood while living on this earth and my standing with GOD is identical with CHRIST. Thank You LORD JESUS, for You are a Go-between between GOD and me, so every promises I have in the Old Testament

    I. EXORDIUM: Who is Your Mediator? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To show that CHRIST is the Mediator of the New Covenant based on better promises. IV. TEXT: Hebrews 8:6 (Amplified Bible) 8:6 But as it now is, He [Christ] has acquired a [priestly] ministry more

  • “pigs, Dogs And Kingdom Discernment” Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Apr 12, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    "Do not judge" is a very popular saying by the LORD JESUS, but does not include the full understanding of what Jesus both meant and practiced.

    “Pigs, Dogs and Kingdom Discernment” Matthew 7:1-6 We live in a society where people are very quick to use the first line of Matthew 7, “Do not judge.” Jesus more

  • Godliness And Contentment

    Contributed by James Chandler on Aug 5, 2003
    based on 68 ratings

    Two important ingredients in the life of the Christian are godliness and contentment. This sermon will challenge us to take on both in our lives.

    Two ingredients of a Healthy Christian I can remember one day while my wife was at work I decided to make brownies for my two boys who were 5 and 2 years old. I tried to get all the right ingredients ready and discovered I had no cooking oil for the pan. I searched through the cupboard and more

  • Part Iv – Simeon – The Voice Of Faith Series

    Contributed by Eric Peloquin on Dec 15, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    This is part four in a series looking at the characters in the Christmas narrative. In this case, Simeon is a man who has been promised by the Lord that he will live to see the Messiah and he eagerly waits for that day, knowing by faith it will come.

    The Voices of Christmas Part IV Simeon – the Voice of Faith Over the last few weeks we have looked at some of the people who would unwittingly participate in the great drama that would surround the birth of our Lord. A drama that was written before the foundation of the world LUKE more