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  • Praise In The Dungeons Of Life

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Jul 18, 2012

    We must live in such a way that people can see Jesus in us.

    Praise in the Dungeons of Life November 8, 2009 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We must live in such a way that people can see Jesus in us. Focus Passage: Acts 16:22-34 Introduction: The citizens of Feldkirch, Austria, didn't know what to more

  • Touching The Untouchable

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Feb 10, 2003
    based on 131 ratings

    The leper in this miracle story obviously had a problem and needed a solution. At the end of the story we see the evidence of his cure as he was able to become a member of the crowd from which he had formerly been an outcast.

    TOUCHING THE UNTOUCHABLE Text: Mark 1:40-45 I will never forget a story that I had to read in College. It was called Bartelby The Scrivenor, and it was written by Herman Melville. In that story, through the eyes of the characters, we got to see a man who was a mystery simply because more

  • "Getting Past, The Worrying"

    Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Jan 16, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    When you stop trying to do it on your own and rely on Gods ability to take care of the situation, No matter what it is, that’s when the stress stops and the resting in God’s ability starts, that’s when the peace of God takes over the situation.

    “Getting past the worrying” Matthew 6:25-27 NIV. 25. “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink, or about your body, what you will wear. Isn’t there more to life than food and more to the body than clothing? 26. Look at the birds in the sky: They do not more

  • Jesus, The Perfect Sacrifice Series

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Apr 15, 2002
    based on 104 ratings

    Jesus Christ was the perfect sacrifice, because: 1. He was one of us. 2. He was sinless. 3. He was deathless.

    I have just returned from a trip to England where a friend and I walked part of the Pilgrim Way. The Pilgrim Way is one of the many footpaths throughout England, but it is unique in that it was the path that Christians, for hundreds of years, took as a pilgrimage. For some it was a way to do more

  • A Matter Of Time

    Contributed by Joel Santos on Oct 29, 2004
    based on 40 ratings

    Crises have their advantages. They focus our attention on things we tend to take for granted. Like oil. Now we realize there is no illimitable supply. And how much of it we waste. It’s the same with time.

    I defeated the Austrians because they never learned the value of Five Minutes-Napoleon ( --------------------------------------------------- Crises have their advantages. They focus our attention on things we tend to take for granted. Like oil. Now we realize there is no more

  • A Closer Look Series

    Contributed by Bob Soulliere on Nov 27, 2004
    based on 9 ratings

    The birth of John the Baptist puts a different spin on the birth of Jesus. We get to see the birth and life of Jesus through the eyes of relatives who were going through the same odd happenings

    Falling in love with Jesus Luke 1:68-80 A closer look Based on the book with the same name by Rubel Shelly Part II-B ILL: History tells us that early in the nineteenth century the whole world was watching with bated breath the campaigns of Napoleon. There was talk everywhere of marches, more

  • We’re Not Doing Right

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Mar 29, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    We Are Blessed, So We Can Bless Others!

    A rich landowner named Carl often rode around his vast estate so he could congratulate himself on his great wealth. One day while riding around his estate on his favorite horse, he saw Hans an old tenant farmer, who was sitting under a tree when Carl rode by. Hans said, "I was just thanking God for more

  • You Will Call Your Trouble Worship

    Contributed by Scott Carroll on Mar 8, 2008
    based on 1 rating


    YOU WILL CALL YOUR TROUBLE WORSHIP OR {YOUR WORSHIP TROUBLE} 11/15/2007 Josh 7:13-26 13 Up, sanctify the people, and say, Sanctify yourselves against to morrow: for thus saith the LORD God of Israel, There is an accursed thing in the midst of thee, O Israel: thou canst not stand before more

  • How To Raise Your Children From The Dead

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jun 13, 2006
    based on 68 ratings

    A recrafted sermon of the same title from contributor 3007 focusing on how parents can reach children who have fallen away

    HOW TO RAISE YOUR CHILDREN FROM THE DEAD MARK 5:21-43 INTRODUCTION… Bill Cosby on Father’s Day ( Two humorous observations from Bill Cosby’s book, Fatherhood. He writes: Now that my father is a grandfather, he just can’t wait to give more

  • Why Shouldn't I Be Baptized?

    Contributed by Joe Harding on Oct 28, 2003
    based on 19 ratings


    WHY SHOULDN’T I BE BAPTIZED? ACTS 8: 26-40 OCTOBER 26, 2003 (BENNETTE’S BAPTISM!) INTRODUCTION: PROVIDENCE OF GOD John Wesley’s father, Samuel, was a dedicated pastor, but there were those in his parish who did not like him. On February 9, 1709, a fire broke out in the rectory at Epworth, more

  • Three Attitudes Concerning God's Provision

    Contributed by Izak Shipman on Nov 1, 2002
    based on 256 ratings

    A Sermon about God’s provision that will outweigh man’s provision. For people who need encouragement in a tough world.

    Three attitudes concerning God’s provision Feeding of the 5000 John 6:5-14 The citizens of Feldkirch, Austria, didn’t know what to do. Napoleon’s massive army was preparing to attack. Soldiers had been spotted on the heights above the little town, which was situated on the Austrian border. A more

  • Celebrating The Victory

    Contributed by John Kapteyn on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 36 ratings

    Introductory Comments 1.

    Introductory Comments 1. Illustration - little village in Austria - about to be taken by Napoleon’s army. It was Easter morning. At dawn bells pealed out across countryside, celebrating that Christ was risen. Napoleon though bells were celebrating arrival of Austrian army and so he retreated. more

  • Reactions To The Savior's Birth

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on May 9, 2002
    based on 164 ratings

    People have and have always had different reactions to the Christmas story.

    INTRODUCTION In the year 1769, Napoleon Bonaparte was born. In 1796, he was crossing the Alps to crush the Austrians and Sardinians. Had Dan Rather been living in the year 1809, his newscast would have focused on Austria. The attention of the world was on this man known as Napoleon as he swept more

  • The Camel The Eye And The Faith To Get Through

    Contributed by Philip Gill on May 29, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    This rich man stands in stark contrast with the many whose lives were changed through their encounter with Jesus. From Andrew to Zacchaeus, men and women shared in the joy Jesus offered them through a renewed relationship with God. That joy is for those

    The Camel the eye and the faith to get through A Sermon for the 22nd Sunday of Pentecost Luke 18.18-30 This story of the joylessly religious rich man is a setting for the most memorable of images - that of the camel trying to get through the eye of a needle. To our ears this is hyperbole of more

  • Jesus Resurrection & "U"

    Contributed by Mark Roper on Nov 26, 2007

    Our greatest need is restoration, and spiritual healing, so God sent Jesus for "U".

    Jesus Resurrection & "U" Matt 26:53-54 NIV Luke 24:1-10 KJV 1 Now upon the first day of the week, very early in the morning, they came unto the sepulchre, bringing the spices which they had prepared, and certain others with them. 2 And they found the stone rolled away from the more