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  • All Men Seek For Thee

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Dec 20, 2002
    based on 15 ratings

    A short message on our need for Christ designed to follow the cantata, “Hark! The Angels Sing” by Dennis & Nan Allen (Brentwood Music).

    December 22, 2002 37they found Him, and said* to Him, “Everyone is looking for You.” Mark 1.37b (NASB) A message to follow the cantata, “Hark! The Angels Sing”(1) Once again we heard the Gospel story. We have seen and heard it presented how…  the angels delivered their more

  • Christ's Victory March Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Apr 8, 2004
    based on 22 ratings

    This message was intended to be used after our Easter Cantata as a bridge into the gospel.

    OUR ROAD TO VICTORY IN CHRIST Christ’s Victory March Ephesians 4:7-16 INTRODUCTION: I vaguely remember a story once told by Dr. John Maxwell about a man who sold papers at a sports stadium. I am not even sure what sport was being played that day. I think it was baseball. Anyway, What was so more

  • The Exciting Promise Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 26, 2001
    based on 66 ratings

    It went just like in the cantatas... except of a couple of small things. (Good physical illustration toward the end that can be used in almost any Christmas sermon)

    OPEN: (I began the sermon by bringing out a gaily wrapped golf bag, complete with clubs & irons - I tried hard to make sure it was fairly obvious what was wrapped)Then I asked: “Does anybody know what’s in the package?” The audience seemed to enjoy the humor of the obvious. Then I gave this more

  • When Christmas Comes

    Contributed by Danny Janes on Dec 18, 2012

    A slightly shorter message -- ideal for Christmas Eve, Candlelight Services, Cantata devotional, or condensed preaching time. When Christmas comes, will God find you working (like the shepherds), watching (like the wise men), or expectantly waiting (like

    WHEN CHRISTMAS COMES Text: Micah 5:2 Among the many Christmas cards which Tanna and I receive every year, we received one a few years ago that was more of a little booklet than it was a card. It contained a series of 4 short Christmas stories, all contributed by Christian writers. And one more