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  • To Receive Freely Or Fairly

    Contributed by Michael Semon on Nov 8, 2002
    based on 4 ratings

    God’s relationship with you is the template for how you are to have relationships with others.

    A successful relationship begins with several characteristics that when placed together form a beautiful tapestry of growth, strength and health. These characteristics include: self-regulation, "going in the other direction," facing your anxiety, receiving freely, relationship continuum, more

  • Free Or Not Free?

    Contributed by James Tetley on Jul 3, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    "Being a servant of Christ is to be free from the approval of the world"

    Recently one of the TV programmes I enjoy watching is Noel Edmonds “Deal or No Deal”. Has anyone here seen the programme. Bank’s offer could suddenly vaporize. ? Basically there are 22 contestants and each one will get a go in the seat so to speak. There are 22 boxes, each one of them contains a more

  • How The Holy Spirit Can Lead You As He Led Jeremiah

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 147 ratings

    The Holy Spirit can lead you to realize exactly what God has appointed you to be, do and accomplish. The Bible says, "The word of the Lord came to me, saying, ‘Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed y

    How The Holy Spirit Can Lead You as He Led Jeremiah Quote: He who has God and many other things has no more than he who has God alone. C.S. Lewis Illustration:Evangelist Paul Rader had many a talk with a banker in New York. The banker would reply that he was too busy for religion. Time more

  • Deal Or No Deal

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Mar 25, 2012
    based on 189 ratings

    Unlike the game show, Deal or No Deal, we can see in advance which of the two covenants is the better deal. In fact, God explicitly states that his New Covenant is the best deal. Do not take the deal from the Satanic Banker! Updated March 2018.

  • The Ledger

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Mar 10, 2015
    based on 83 ratings

    Years ago when I was a young banker in Painesville Ohio, we used large leather bound ledgers in which all the accounts were entered by hand. Those ledgers remind me of God's ledgers in heaven.

  • Financial Wisdom Series

    Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Nov 20, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    PROVERBS – Wisdom for Right Living #5 Wealth and possessions are not ours to own; everything belongs to God and is ours on loan. OUR FOCUS: OWNERSHIP VERSUS STEWARDSHIP

    INTRODUCTION: A man went in to see a banker about a loan. Banker: How much would you like to borrow? Man: One Million Dollars Banker: That’s a lot of money. Man: Is that a problem? I could go talk with a bank that has more money if I need to. Banker: On no it’s no problem at all. We more

  • Deal Or No Deal

    Contributed by Herman E. Wesley Iii on Sep 10, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    EULOGY FOR A YOUNG CHRISTIAN WOMAN - Hosted by Howie Mandel on NBC, "DEAL OR NO DEAL" is an exhilarating hit game show where contestants play and deal for a top prize of $1 million in a high-energy contest of nerves, instincts and raw intuition. 

    Evangelist Herman E. Wesley III DEAL OR NO DEAL John 10:10 (NKJV) The Memorial Service Message for Clara Shameka Whatley Saturday, January 3, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. NorthPointe Church of Christ Montgomery, Alabama THE TEXT John 10:10 (NKJV) 10 The thief does not come except to steal, and more

  • Lose The Weight Of Debt Series

    Contributed by Rich Cook on Jun 28, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    A sermon in the "Lose the weight of ..." series. This message challenges the church to live lives of financial contentment. We shouldn’t bind ourselves in debt, trying to live a life we can’t afford. Debt cripples the church.

    Lose the weight of debt Purpose: To challenge our people to live contented lives financially with the money got has entrusted to us. 1. Why even talk about debt? Hebrews 12:1. · Debt isn’t a salvation issue. But the way we view money is a spiritual issue. 2. Banker illustration (from radio more

  • How The Holy Spirit Can Lead You

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 12, 2001
    based on 28 ratings

    Insights into how the Holy Spirit can lead you if you as He led the apostles

    How the Holy Spirit Leads (Acts 16:1-13) Illustration:Elizabeth Elliot tells of two adventurers who stopped by to see her, all loaded with equipment for the rain forest east of the Andes. They sought no advice, just a few phrases to converse with the Indians. She writes: "Sometimes we come to more

  • How The Holy Spirit Can Lead You As He Led Jeremiah

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Sep 18, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The Holy Spirit can help you, as He did Jeremiah, to overcome any of your shyness, low self-esteem or hesitancies to obey God. Jeremiah said, "Ah, Sovereign Lord, I do not know how to speak; I am only a child. But the Lord said to me, ‘Do not say, ‘I am o

    How The Holy Spirit Can Lead You as He Led Jeremiah Jeremiah 1:4-1:19 (NIV, NIRV, TNIV, KJV) How The Holy Spirit Can Lead You as He Led Jeremiah Quote: He who has God and many other things has no more than he who has God alone. C.S. Lewis Illustration:Evangelist Paul more

  • "Jonah, Chapter Two: A Story Of Repentance” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Aug 19, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    In Jonah, chapter two, we read about how Jonah repented of his rebellion and was restored to a place right fellowship with God.

    Last time, we looked to chapter one, where we learned about the true nature of rebellion - rebellion involves our choosing to no longer walk with God but to run away from God. We also learned that the terrible consequences of rebellion are that we experience a loss of fellowship as well as a loss more

  • Who Will Stand In The Gap?

    Contributed by Leo Launio on Oct 15, 2003
    based on 86 ratings

    “The good news is--that in spite of our moral bankruptcy, God keeps on doing business with us.”

    June 23, 2001 I. Introduction: A. David Seamand 1. “Healing Grace” 2. Story of a farmer who one day went to his banker to tell him several bad news and one good news. 3. Bad news—because of drought and insects, the farmer could not pay the banker a penny on his loan for the farm. Not a more

  • Faith - God's Priority - Our Blessing

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Oct 18, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    Pentecost 19: Many things distract us from the blessings our faith point us toward. But Jesus says to rid ourselves of the things that can harm our faith.

    When I first bought my car, it was a joy to keep it up. I washed and cleaned it several times a week. I didn’t like for Sofi or the kids to eat in it. I was careful to park it so that it wouldn’t be damaged by others opening their doors into it. Oil changes were religious experiences. Taking care more

  • 279 - Seek & Save - Serve & Sacrifice

    Contributed by Joel Vicente on Dec 27, 2003
    based on 30 ratings

    Jesus came to seek & save by serving & sacrificing... this is why we are here too!

    Opening Humor: The man had a parrot on his shoulder and he went into a bar. The parrot said "People, People." The man said, "Yes, parrot, these are people who come to the bar." The man went to a church that Sunday and he took the parrot with him. The parrot said, "People, people." The man said, more

  • Deserted In The Desert Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Feb 13, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    We become aware that our real strength (God) becomes apparent in our weakest times. The desert proves to be a friend to bring this about.

    1. Know where you are There was once an absent-minded professor who became so absorbed in his work that he forgot the simplest details. One morning his wife said, "Now Henry, remember, we are moving today. Here, I’m putting this note in your pocket. Don’t forget." The day passed by and more