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  • A Review Of Orthodoxy By G.k. Chesterton

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Feb 28, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    A Review Of The Apologetic Classic

    Over the course of the modern era, whether fairly or not, orthodoxy has come to be associated with glumness and austerity. Thus, those coming across Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton might assume they are in for a dull and obtuse recitation of doctrine and dogma. They will, however, be delightfully more

  • Human Family, Divine Family Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 21, 2013

    History teaches us that God's loving kindness comes from His essence--His Trinitarian family--and to that we must attract the whole human family.

  • The Furious Love Of God Series

    Contributed by Scotty Killingsworth on Mar 25, 2004
    based on 10 ratings

    In the Ragamuffin Gospel Brennen Manning quotes and elaborates on what Chesterton taught about grace. Chesterton calls grace The Furious Love of God. Manning explains, “God is not moody or capricious; He knows no seasons of change. He has a single relen

    CEL032804 Why did Jesus die? To show us the furious love of God. In the Ragamuffin Gospel Brennen Manning quotes and elaborates on what Chesterton taught about grace. Chesterton calls grace The Furious Love of God. Manning explains, “God is not moody or capricious; He knows no seasons of more

  • Living In The Joy Of The Lord

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jun 1, 2014

    “Joy, which was the small publicity of the Pagan, is the gigantic secret of the Christian”. - G.K. Chesterton This message looks at the avenues and barriers to living in the joy of the Lord.

    Sermon for CATM – June 1, 2014 – Living in the Joy of the Lord - Nehemiah 8:1-10 Robert Louis Stevenson once entered in his diary what he considered to be an extraordinary thing. He said, "I have been to Church today, and (Surprisingly) I am not depressed." I hope that your more

  • #firstworldproblems Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Oct 8, 2017

    An interactive all age Harvest Festival sermon re turning our grumbling into gratitude and our angst into thanks

  • Trusting In Ravens Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 8, 2011
    based on 152 ratings

    Why would God use Ravens to feed Elijah. They’re disgusting, unclean, anti-social and cruel birds. Why didn’t God use a simpler and more pleasing way of meeting Elijah’s needs?

  • Not To Be Called Rabbi, Father Or Teacher? How's That? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 25, 2020

    Not only did the Son of Man come to serve, not to be served, He insisted that the ones who follow Him take that as the pattern of life.

    Tuesday of the 3rd Week in Course 2020 St. Thomas Aquinas This Gospel from a late chapter in St. Matthew’s Gospel has caused a great deal of ink to be spilled, especially in the dialogue or dispute between Catholics and Protestants. Catholics call priests “Father,” and the pope the “Holy Father.” more

  • Donkey Wisdom

    Contributed by Rhys Pearson on Apr 7, 2001
    based on 175 ratings

    Despised and rejected the Palm Sunday donkey learns he has a place in God’s eternal plan

    Isaiah 50:4-9a Page 714 Mark 11:1-11 Page 61 When I was at school I could see neither point nor purpose in learning poetry. To me, at that stage, poetry hardly made sense. If you had something to say, why not say it. If you did not have anything to say, why fill up pages and pages of more

  • Part 1: Our Biggest Problem Series

    Contributed by Stephen Collins on Jan 14, 2009

    Sometimes we spend so much time worrying about other peoples’ problems that we don’t even realize that maybe the real problem lies with us.

    What the Cross Teaches Us Part One: Our Biggest Problem “He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world.” 1 John 2:2 (NIV) Icebreaker A concerned husband went to a doctor to talk about his wife. "Doctor, I think my wife is going more

  • Keeping Order Among Our Passions Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 2, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Christ is our shepherd, because we are prone as sheep to wander about in pursuit of pleasure, and be devoured by our passions.

    Tuesday of 4th Week of Easter May 5, 2009 “If you are the Christ, tell us plainly.” So Jesus talks about sheep. As the Jews of His day–and ours, for that matter–saw it, Jesus never talked plainly. But that wasn’t Jesus’ problem with the Jews, or us, for that matter. Our problem is that more

  • Finding Faith In Hard Times

    Contributed by Allen Patterson on Nov 2, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Keeping our Faith in the face of emotional turmoil

    Job 23:10-14; Psalm 22:1-5; Hebrews 4:12-16 Introduction When I hear the words of the scriptures in today’s passages, I am reminded of the deep feelings of grief and sorrow that Job and David experienced. Job, the perfect man, as the Bible says, was feeling abandoned by God. David felt as if more

  • The Witness Of Francis Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 1, 2011

    Francis stands out as an example of radical following of Christ, and an impulsive drive to rebuild the Church.

    Monday of 27th week in Course Testimony of the Saints Saint Francis of Assisi 3 October 2011 (one day early) Tomorrow we celebrate the day of St. Francis of Assisi, and on this note I will take a long break from this series on the Testimony of the Saints, and, God willing, begin next week a more

  • Listening To Jesus

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Jan 28, 2016

    The hometown Nazarene synagogue community could not hear Jesus over the noise of their own presuppositions. They watched him grow up. What do we hear when we listen to Jesus? In this text we hear his love, truth, and authority.

    Listening To Jesus Luke 4:21-30 Introduction Proverbs 1:5 (NASB) A wise man will hear and increase in learning, And a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel.. “There's a lot of difference between listening and hearing.” ― G.K. Chesterton We should always more

  • The Trinity Answers Three Questions

    Contributed by William Mouser on Jun 6, 2005
    based on 20 ratings

    Rather than explaining the Trinity, a better approach is to turn the matter on its head, and to set forth the questions for which the Trinity is the answer.

    The Trinity Answers Three Questions Genesis 1:1-2:3, 2 Corinthians 13:5 -14, Matthew 28:16-20 William Phelps taught English literature at Yale for forty-one years until his retirement in 1933. As he was marking an examination paper shortly before Christmas one year, Phelps came across the more

  • Let's Hope You're Right

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Jan 21, 2013
    based on 2 ratings

    Who really is God, and how do we really get to heaven? Questions answered by the Bible.

    It was January 1st, and I was on the edge of my seat. I was watching what was happening, and I was cheering loudly. Well, not out loud - I’m not a yelling kind of a guy, if you know me. But in my mind, I was cheering loudly, and I was on the edge of my seat. It was New Year's Day. Do you more