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  • The Childhood Of Jesus

    Contributed by Howard Mcglamery on Dec 28, 2003
    based on 45 ratings

    Looking for Jesus in all the wrong places. A Sermon on the boyhood of Jesus when Mary and Joseph forgot Jesus. From approximately age 2 thru 30 very little is known except this passage in Luke which relates to us an incident that takes place when Jesus

    The Childhood of Jesus Luke 2:39-52 Introduction The years between the birth of Christ and the beginning of his earthly ministry at age 30 are referred to as “the Silent Years.” For some reason known only to God, He has chosen to reveal very little of the childhood, youth, and early more

  • Childhood Responsibilities

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Sep 2, 2010

    The Christian life is more than a list of do's and don't's; it is a relationship wherein we have responsibilities.

    CHILDHOOD RESPONSIBILITIES GALATIANS 4:1-11 INTRODUCTION John Newton, author of the beloved hymn Amazing Grace, was an only child who lost his mother when he was seven. At the age of eleven, he went to sea as a sailor and became involved in the inhuman African slave trade. He was soon hardened by more

  • Second Childhood

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Aug 25, 2016

    What qualities of a child does the Lord want us to imitate? (Outline from Bob Russell in Lookout Magazine February 25, 2001 called "Becoming Childlike" pg. 14)

    HoHum: A lady was cleaning her house and singing Gospel songs as she worked. She began singing, "Soon and very soon, we are going to see the king..." Her little son was in the next room and began singing along with Mom. Something was a little off, however, so Mom stopped to listen. The more

  • Our Childhood Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 24, 2014

    To persevere during trying times we need to remember our childhood (sonship) in Christ (Material adapted from Daniel Overdorf's book, What the Bible Says About the Church: Rediscovering Community, chapter 14 Radically Perseverant pgs 358-363)

    HoHum: Fred Craddock, while lecturing at Yale University told of going back one summer to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, to take a short vacation with his wife. One night they found a quiet little restaurant where they looked forward to a private meal - just the two of them. While they were waiting for more

  • Dealing With Childhood Experiences Series

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Jul 16, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    Self-help excercises for overcoming bad childhood experiences based on the book of Daniel, chapter one.

    Childhood can be difficult enough, even if you grow up in the best of circumstances. Truth is, some of us didn’t have the luxury of growing up in an environment that was always safe and secure. Others of us who did have a pretty good upbringing still have some things we’d like to forget when it more

  • The Glory Of His Childhood Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 30, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    The Glory of His Childhood (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    Reading: Luke chapter 2 verses 41-50. Quote: R.C. Sproul (the American author, theologian and pastor): “The soul is lifted up by the contemplation of the glory of God and of his only begotten Son” “It is Christ in his glory who is the object of our worship and adoration. As more

  • Christ’s Childhood Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Aug 22, 2011

    As Christians, we have responsibilities on earth (family, work, school, society, etc…), but we must always remember where we ultimately belong (we are citizens of heaven)!

    When Jesus Christ was on earth, He was fully man and fully God! This of course is a mystery, but it is truth. This is similar to the truth and mystery of God is One but exists in Three Persons. If Jesus Christ was fully man and fully God on earth, how was His growing up? God gives us a glimpse of more

  • Sermon "When I Was A Child.." - How Childhood Affects Our Characters

    Contributed by Adrian Paul Miles on Dec 21, 2014
    based on 5 ratings

    Childhood and how the words and actions of those around us influence our character, confidence, self-esteem and faith.

    WHEN I WAS A CHILD An Exhortation (Sermon) by Ady Miles CRITICISM AND PRAISE There is a very well-known poem written by the late Dorothy Louise Law-Nolte in 1957. She died in 2005, aged just 48, the same age that I am as I write this, but her words remain true... I hope she won't mind me changing more

  • Overcoming The Scars Of Childhood Abuse

    Contributed by Christian Jones on Jun 4, 2023
    based on 2 ratings

    Many among us have experienced deep wounds and have carried the burdens of abuse from our early years. However, through the power of God's Word, we can find healing, restoration, and the strength to overcome.

    Seek God's Deliverance: Scripture Reference: Psalm 34:17-18 (KJV) "The righteous cry, and the LORD heareth, and delivereth them out of all their troubles. The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit." Explanation: Our Heavenly more

  • Balancing Parental Authority & Childhood Well Being

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Mar 31, 2014

    Balancing Parental Authority & Childhood Well Being

    Traditionally, there are few things American cherish more than the freedom of religion as embodied by the First Amendment and their families. Normally, these ideals do not conflict all that much since these work together to allow the greatest good for the greatest number. However, as aberrant more

  • Perfectly Imperfect Parenting

    Contributed by Sean Harder on Jun 19, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Parenting is tough and we will make mistakes, but if we give our children to the Lord he will catch them when we screw up.

    Perfectly Imperfect Parenting Deuteronomy 6:2, 4-7, Psalm 78:5-8, 2 Tim 3:14-17, Col 3:20-21, Eph 6:1-4, Prov 22:6, 29:15 Why would anyone actually choose to be a parent? Notice Jesus and Paul never became parents. Were they just wiser than anyone else? But God also says that children are a more

  • Why God Made Moms Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on May 14, 2013

    A Godly Mother encourages: 1) Growth and Strength (Luke 2:39-40), 2) Instruction and Exploration (Luke 2:41–51) 3) Wisdom and Godliness (Luke 2:52)

    There are times when Amanda Telford suddenly notices the quiet in her house, and feels the familiar flush of worry, and the same question shouts in her head like an alarm buzzing: Where’s Philippe? For 19 years, quiet in her Ottawa home meant trouble. Trouble like Philippe overflowing the more

  • Sermon On The Best Days Of Your Life?

    Contributed by William Meakin on Jan 25, 2024

    The best days of your life are reputed to be the days that one has enjoyed the most.

    Russell Brand, an English comedian and actor once remarked: “People do this a lot. They don't seem to realize that the future is just like now, but in a little while, so they say they're going to do things in anticipation of some kind of seismic shift in their worldview that never actually more

  • Guiding Young Hearts: A Parent's Duty SermonCentral

    Contributed by SermonCentral on Sep 9, 2023
    based on 2 ratings

    Parents have the crucial role of guiding their children towards the path of righteousness. This sermon explores this responsibility and the importance of instilling spiritual values in children from a young age.

    Today, we will explore the important responsibility parents have in training their children in the ways of the Lord. Proverbs 22:6 tells us to "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it." But how exactly should we go about this training? Let's delve more

  • Jesus' Birth & Childhood

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Nov 6, 2023

    Let's look at the beginning of Jesus' life, his refugee status and move to Nazareth.

    Let’s look at Matthew, a catechism or instruction book for new Christians. Preparing for Jesus (Matthew 1) Read Matthew 1. Let’s learn about Jesus' birth and John the Baptist. Abbreviated Genealogy Why did Matthew abbreviate this genealogy? The lineage in 1 Chronicles 6:3–14 is abridged in more