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  • ‘digging Ditches In The Desert'

    Contributed by Evie Megginson on Oct 9, 2001
    based on 113 ratings
     | 12,008 views

    In this story we see a people involved, a problem involved, a prophet involved, a praise involved, a plan involved, a power involved, and a pursuit involved.

    ‘DIGGING DITCHES IN THE DESERT’ 2 KINGS 3:4-24 Have you ever been involved in digging ditches? It is hard work, thus you usually have been many bosses. This is a strange story but it is a story that has some truths and principles in it that is good for us to look at. I-NOTICE THE ...read more

  • Special Delivery Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Mar 24, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,042 views

    The children of God have been set free from the power of sin.

    Special Delivery Text: 1 Jn. 3:4-9 Introduction 1. Illustration: I love to see the UPS man pull into the driveway. It’s usually an indication that something good is about to happen. Either something that I have ordered has arrived or someone has sent me a present. This is always a ...read more

  • The Army Of God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 10, 2016
    based on 14 ratings
     | 9,074 views

    The role of the Church is central to the story of Revelation. How does God portray in this book, and what can this mean to us about our part in God's eternal plan?

    OPEN: Harry Emerson Fosdick told the tale of a little church on the coast of England that was ruined in a hurricane. The congregation was poor and didn’t have the money to rebuild. Then one day a representative of the British Admiralty came to the preacher and asked if they intended to ...read more

  • Protecting The Boundary Markers Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jun 10, 2007
    based on 45 ratings
     | 13,122 views

    Uses a Supreme Court decision to illustrate the critical nature of Scripture in our lives.

    OPEN: I have a test for you this morning. I’m going to give you certain common phrases and ask you to tell me whether or not they came from Scripture. If it will make you feel any better, I had lunch with two preachers last Wednesday and they missed about half of the references… so don’t feel too ...read more