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  • Putting An End To Self-Defeating Behavior Series

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Aug 13, 2003
    based on 85 ratings
     | 6,742 views

    Here are some self-help principles from Daniel chapter 4 on putting an end to self-defeating behavior in your life.

    In Daniel chapter four we read of a king gone mad. This, by the way, is not unusual. There are many instances in history (and in modern culture) of those who have achieved great status, wealth, power or fame, ending up mentally and/or emotionally disturbed. Sometimes it is directly tied to the ...read more

  • Overcoming Feelings Of Inadequacy Series

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Aug 21, 2003
    based on 68 ratings
     | 6,168 views

    Here are some self-help principles for overcoming feelings of inadequacy from Daniel chapter five.

    What makes people behave badly? We partially answered that question last week in the sermon, "Putting an End to Self-defeating Behavior" based on Daniel chapter four, but the Word of God is going to expand our understanding this week. The Bible gives us an example of some very bad behavior ...read more

  • Good News, Bad News

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Jan 10, 2001
    based on 87 ratings
     | 10,492 views

    There are bad things which need to be extinguished from our lives and good things that need to be added.

    GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS Col. 3:5-9, 12-14 INTRO.- We’ve all heard some of those “good news, bad news” jokes and I want to share a few this morning, because that’s what life is full of: both good news and bad news. Good news: Did you all know that Gary Saveley made the Olympic javelin team ...read more

  • Bad Behaviors That Always Betray You Series

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Mar 18, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,640 views

    We don’t just give up bad behaviors; we put to death the old self.

    First Presbyterian Church Wichita Falls, Texas March 20, 2011 BAD BEHAVIORS THAT ALWAYS BETRAY YOU The ABCs of Spring Cleaning: Part 2 Isaac Butterworth Colossians 3:1-17 (NIV) 1 Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated ...read more

  • Our Behavior In This World

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Aug 20, 2008
    based on 35 ratings
     | 6,114 views

    Let’s consider Paul’s behavior and how it applies to us. 1- Authoritative - no 2- Gentle - yes 3- Blameless - yes

    INTRO.- Our behavior in this world. ILL.- Admiral David Glasgow Farragut (July 5, 1801 – August 14, 1870) was the first senior officer of the United States Navy during the American Civil War. When Admiral Farragut’s son was about ten years old, the father said in his hearing, that when he was ...read more

  • Inexcusable Series

    Contributed by Ed Taylor on Dec 22, 2008
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,872 views

    We’re real good at making excuses for our bad behavior...but have you noticed how easy it is to see bad behavior in others but really think the best about ourselves?

    1. By now in Romans, it’s easy to look at CH 1 and breathe a sigh of relief… thinking: “Wow, I’m glad I’m not that bad!” a. I’m sure there were those in Rome, maybe even those who are reading & studying this book today thinking… b. “Yes, others, sinners, unbelievers, backslidden people are ...read more

  • Behaving Badly

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Aug 2, 2015
     | 1,579 views

    Bad behavior and the consequences thereof may be far-reaching but in coming clean we find the grace of God to be equally far-reaching.

    20150802 10th Sunday after Pentecost B Web Site Title: Behaving Badly Text: II Samuel 11:26-12:13a Thesis: Bad behavior and the consequences thereof may be far-reaching but in coming clean we find the grace of God to be equally far-reaching. If this text were to be funneled through the ...read more

  • Behavior Of Men And Women Series

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Mar 25, 2011
    based on 27 ratings
     | 11,909 views

    In our text, Paul speaks of the behavior of Christian men and women.

    INTRO.- Our world is full of bad behavior. However, it’s not supposed to be in the church! Christians are supposed to be somewhat different from other people in the world. ILL.- Geroge Gallup wrote: There’s little difference in ethical behavior between the churched and the unchurched. ...read more

  • Full Strength Love

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on May 24, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,973 views

    We must keep fervent in our love toward one another.

    Full Strength Love May 22, 2011 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We must keep fervent in our love toward one another. Focus Passage: I Peter 4:7-11 Supplemental Passage: But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. ...read more

  • Nehemiah

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Sep 26, 2015
     | 3,420 views

    THE WORK OF THE CHURCH

    NEHEMIAH OBSERVATION: NEHEMIAH (THE LORD’S COMFORT) WAS A VISIONARY LEADER AND ESTABLISHED VISION TO THOSE WHO TRUSTED HIM. HE WAS ALSO A POWERFUL MAN OF PRAYER, A SHAKER AND MOVER FOR GOD. KEY PLAYERS IN THE BOOK OF NEHEMIAH ARE ARTAXERXES A PERSIAN KING WHO GAVE NEHEMIAH ...read more

  • Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time, Cycle A; 16th Sunday , Year A-- Weeds And Wheat

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on May 21, 2020
     | 67 views

    This parable doesn’t mean that we tolerate all sorts of bad behavior. Jesus doesn’t condone weed (pun intended).

    If we ask, "why is there evil in the world?" we must also ask "why is there good in the world?" We get our answers this Sunday: Beginning with pre-history “while everybody was asleep” (Matthew 13:24-30), the weeds represent the enemies of God, who are: Satan, demons, and humans ...read more

  • Loving Like Your Father Loves Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 10, 2013
    based on 24 ratings
     | 36,421 views

    Some people refuse to love their enemies because it shows they have standards, that they respect themselves, that they reject bad behavior. It makes them feel God-like. But Jesus said that being "God-like" means loving our enemies. How do we do that?

    OPENING: There once were 2 cats from Kilkenny Each thought there was one cat too many They fought and they spit, They clawed and they bit. Till instead of two cats … there weren't any. APPLY: Hatred is an interesting topic. As Christians, we are taught that hatred is not a good ...read more

  • Lesson 9: Sin In The Church Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Nov 8, 2010
     | 1,872 views

    Handling sin in the church has become very difficult from both angles - in our PC world much bad behavior is actually celebrated, but Christians are also wounding each other over weakness instead of supporting and helping. We'll try to walk the fine line

    In Chapter 5 we move from pride of surface appearance over internal substance to pride over major sin in the body. It's issue two on Paul's mind as he writes to the Corinthians. It's a tough subject—sin in the church. This chapter can easily be misconstrued in several ways and I want to try ...read more

  • Just One Of The Passengers Series

    Contributed by Lee Stevenson on Nov 30, 2015
     | 3,700 views

    Realize that you are a part of system of relationships every where you go

    Turbulent Just One of the Passengers Acts 7:54-8:3 Me Airport, waiting in line, excitement, many moving parts, stewards, ground crew (who takes great care of your baggage), pilots, co-pilots, TSA agents who give you nice gentle love pats, desk staff, shuttle drivers, Starbucks barista, ...read more

  • Fiddle Vs. Violin; Staff Vs. Rod

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Apr 12, 2005
    based on 23 ratings
     | 2,227 views

    Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me, let us consider the difference between correction and punishment.

    Fiddle vs. Violin? Staff vs Rod? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr Kyfingers@aol.com INTRODUCTION: Seems many people today do not know the difference in punishment and correction. I was speaking at a church in Clinton, Ky. The Sunday School teacher did a very good job. In his lesson he said there ...read more