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  • Counterfeiting Of The Word Of God Series

    Contributed by John Rogers on Feb 7, 2015
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    This message focus on Satan attempt to destroy the Word of God, by using many different version to distract Gods people from memorizing and hiding His Word in their heart.

    II. The Word of God John 1:1-14 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. 4 In him was life; and the life was the light more

  • Fished Out Of The Sea Series

    Contributed by Christopher Howitz on Oct 30, 2017

    "Jesus’ authority as kingly Messiah rests not in spectacle or selling-out or cutting corners, but rests on His reliance on the Father and Jesus’ costly obedience to the Father even along the road to the cross."

    “The time has come,” Jesus said, “The kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!” (1:15) That was Jesus’ great announcement at the beginning of his ministry in Galilee. And to the two pairs of brothers… “Come follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for more

  • The Lord's Prayer - Part 5 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jul 30, 2014

    "for Thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory forever. Amen!" Whoa! We know this is true but why is it in some Bibles and not others? Are there some Bibles that are better than others? Were errors made? Should we fight over them? Lord please help us!

  • Bible Tools And Types Series

    Contributed by Vince Miller on Sep 3, 2018

    In this lesson, we discover why and help to point you to some of the more useful tools and versions of the Bible, so you can dig into the Word.

    Men, it is great to have you back. Hopefully, you had some time this last week to build more positive habits. If not, then get started. Starting is most of the work. In this last session, we want to take one more step into Bible Study by pointing you to some resources that can aid your reading, more

  • The Missing Bible Verses

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 27, 2017

    Why do some newer Bible translations seem to have verses that are missing from older translations? Are the new translations trying to hide something? Can we trust them? Let's take a look and see ...

    John 5:1-15 (Please open your Bibles to this passage.) This passage is the account of Jesus’ healing of the lame man at the pool of Bethesda; an account which only appears in the Gospel of John. Many Bible scholars (a person can be a Bible scholar without being a Bible believer …) more

  • Why The Bible Is Trustworthy

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jul 1, 2015

    A brief and concise apologetic and summation of Bible development and trustworthyness

    Why the Bible is Trustworthy (Pastor Eric J. Hanson) (2 Timothy 3:16, II Peter 3:15-16, II Peter 1:20-21) The Old Testament -Not under attack in this current wave of attacks; but constantly attacked across the last 160 years. Particularly Genesis and Daniel are hated and attacked. -Jesus more

  • Only One Translation? Series

    Contributed by Thomas Cash on Dec 17, 2009
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    Third in a series on the reliability of the Bible, this messages deals with the debate about Bible translations. If the words of Scripture mattered to Jesus, they should matter to us.

    DISCLAIMER: The material in these three messages come from others who are better scholars than I! Contact me if I can credit anything in this series to its original source. Sermon Notes Only One Translation? Deuteronomy 4:1–14; John 8:12–26; 2 Timothy 3:14–17 (Third in the series Our Still more

  • Why So Many Translations

    Contributed by Roger Thomas on Feb 17, 2007
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    We have lots of bible translations to choose from. That’s good and bad. It is good that the Bible is available. But so many translations creates lots of confusion. Let’s try to make sense out of this.

    Dr. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO Why So Many Bible Translations? Scripture Reading: Neh 8:1-11 Introduction: 1. The Problem So many choices: At least twenty-five different English translations of the entire Bible and more

  • Bible Study And Study Tools Series

    Contributed by Vince Miller on May 30, 2018

    The Bible is a living, and active collection of books breathed out by God. Studying it is essential to being a disciple of Jesus. Today men will learn the structure of the Bible, tools for studying the Bible, translations of the Bible.

    Now I've got to tell you, this isn't the favorite subject of many men, and it's not all that inspiring. But I've got to say to you every time I do this in one of our Resolute groups; men walk away going, "Wow. I'm so glad I understand that now." Today's sermon is going to give you a brief overview more

  • The Power Of God For Weak People Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Jun 3, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    God's Power, Our Weakness, Suffering, Thorns

    John 9:1-12 (p. 747) June 8, 2014 Introduction: The Macuma People of Southeast Columbia in South America were “animists.” “Animism” worships the Gazelle for its speed...the eagle for its vision, the lion for its power...and because of this the Macuma’s more

  • Who Is The Holy Spirit Pt3 Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Aug 17, 2012

    The Holy Spirit is our biggest need in the church today, not money, not more people, not larger crowds, not more programs, not more Bible translations, not more study aids to the Bible, not more Christian books, not more Bible seminaries or Bible colleges

    Series: Holy Spirit Rising Sermon: Who is the Holy Spirit? Pt. 3 Mike McCartney, “The Holy Spirit is a person in and of God and a presence who dwells within a spirit filled believer!” Quotes about the Holy Spirit: from "We do not more

  • Choosing A Bible Version Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Aug 4, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    This sermon explores how to choose a Bible version. It presents an argument for choosing an essentially literal translation of the Bible.

    Scripture The past few Sundays we have been looking at Romans 3:1-2. I would like to do so again today. The Apostle Paul asked, “What advantage, then, is there in being a Jew, or what value is there in circumcision?” (3:1). How responded by saying, “Much in every way!” (3:2a). And then he more

  • Malachi 2:10

    Contributed by Bennett T Cortez on Apr 16, 2014

    The goal of this message is to address 3 questions concerning the word “treacherously.” What is God trying to illustrate in Malachi 2:10? When did God use “treacherously” to illustrate His meaning?

    INTRODUCTION The word “treacherously” in context of Malachi 2:10, is a complaint God has with Israel concerning “covenant,” violating against each other and mixed marriages. God summons the Jews pertaining to their identity, “Have not we all had one father? Has more

  • "Can I Give Myself To This And Know It Will Hold Me Up. "

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Mar 10, 2017

    Abraham stepped on faith beleiveing God could hold him up. So can we!

    If I give myself to This and know it will hold me up" Genesis 12 :1-4 1. Abram is challenged by God to leave some thing’s • He was challenged to leave his Fathers house • He was challenged to leave his country • He was challenged to leave his more

  • Leaving The Mean In 2013

    Contributed by Lance Hostetter on Dec 24, 2013

    This sermon will give some suggestions on how to have a better New Year.

    Text: Luke 5:33-39 Title: “Leaving the mean in 2013!” Introduction: Jesus defended his disciples from the critics. I. Stop complaining! The Living Bible translates verse 33 this way: “Their next complaint was that Jesus’ disciples were feasting instead of more