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  • Christianity Works!

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jul 17, 2002
    based on 229 ratings

    We want things that benefit our life. So one of the questions that we often find ourselves asking is, "Does it work? Does it really work?" (*Powerpoint available - #282)

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (REVISED - 2016) (PowerPoint slides used in this sermon are available at no charge. Just e-mail me at with your request - #282.) TEXT: 2 Timothy 4:16-18 ILL. Ethel & I more

  • How Does Christianity Work?

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jan 14, 2001
    based on 81 ratings

    The question isn’t, "Does Christianity Work?" The important question is "How?" What is there about Christ’s teachings that make a real difference in our lives?

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER CENTRAL CHRISTIAN, BROWNSVILLE, TX A. Thanksgiving Day is over, & if you have been to the mall, you know that the Christmas shopping season is well on its way. But let me ask you, "What gift can you buy for people well up in years who already have more

  • The Joy Of Christian Work

    Contributed by W. Alderman on Mar 14, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    Great joy comes from knowing the Lord Jesus Christ and serving others.

    The Joy of the Christian Work Text: Philippians 2:12-16 Introduction: The Word of God tells us that it is good for a man to work. There can also be joy in work. May we study how the Lord has incorporated into Christian work - Christian joy. I. THERE IS AN OUTWARD WORK. v. 12 A. more

  • The Christian Work Ethic Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Dec 16, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    38th in a series from Ephesians. Paul describes how the Christian work ethic is different than that of the world.

    A webmaster name Paul Kinsella recently performed a test in the mid-sized town of Belleville, Illinois. He dropped 100 identical wallets which each contained $2.10 in cash, a fake $50 gift certificate, ID containing the name, address and phone number of the owner, and few miscellaneous items in more

  • Slackers And A Christian Work Ethic

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Nov 14, 2010

    Followers of Christ are to be hard-working and self-sufficient.

    Title: Slackers and a Christian Work Ethic Text: II Thessalonians 3:6-13 Thesis: Followers of Christ are to be hard-working and self-sufficient. Introduction Some men were overheard chatting around the table at a local restaurant about retirement. One of the men, a guy who looked to be more

  • Saved And Serving -- Really!

    Contributed by Robert Laymance on Dec 31, 2000
    based on 109 ratings

    Encourage and Examination of the Christian Work.

    The word "resolution" in Daniel Webster says that it is the quality of not allowing difficulties or opposition to affect one’s purpose. Christians will resolute to diet, to exercise, to set new personal goals,and most do this in good will. Remember that the Word says that we can do all more

  • Show Or Show Off? Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on May 25, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Many times when we think of God using us and us using spiritual gifts we think of some pretty impressive stuff - miracles, prophecy, healings and the like. But Paul gives us some great instruction about the color of the ways God uses us.

    We’ve come to this point in our study through Romans by seeing that since God has had so much mercy on us that it is only reasonable for us to make ourselves available to Him to help spread the truth of God’s love and gift of salvation. Last time we saw that we need an accurate look at ourselves more

  • A Mary Or A Martha Christmas

    Contributed by Roger Griffith on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 36 ratings

    Many Christians work hard for Jesus but, they neglect the more important task of spending time with the Master.

    WILL YOU HAVE A MARY OR A MARTHA CHRISTMAS? TEXT: Luke 10:38-42 INTRODUCTION: A. MARTHA AND MARY HAD A HOME IN BETHANY 1. It seems probable that Martha being the older sister was the owner of the house. 2. Martha’s younger sister, Mary lived with her. 3. Martha more

  • What Is The Motive For Your Service?

    Contributed by Kenneth Trent on Sep 3, 2007
    based on 45 ratings

    It is not enough that Christians work in the vineyard of the Lord but also what motivates us to do that work.

    WHAT IS THE MOTIVE FOR YOUR SERVICE? “For God is not unjust to forget your work and labor of love which you have shown toward His name, in that you have ministered to the saints, and do minister.” Hebrews 6:10 Labor, or work, is ordained by God. Before sin entered into the world, God more

  • Walk In Worthiness Series

    Contributed by Shawn Rose on May 19, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Nothing destroys Christian work like an inconsistent life. If we want to be successful as a Christian worker we must live holy, separated lives. (Part of a series)

    WALK IN WORTHINESS Text: Ephesians 4:1 – 16 Introduction: · Nothing destroys Christian work like an inconsistent life. · Skeptical German poet Heinrich Heine told a group professing to be Christians, “You show me your redeemed life and I might be inclined to believe in your more

  • What Prayer Has Taught Me

    Contributed by Gary Huckaby on Mar 4, 2003
    based on 96 ratings

    What is the greatest Christian work? PRAYER! What Prayer has taught me is a message on the life of prayer, and what I have learned in over thirty years of being a Christian. Do you pray? What has prayer taught you?

    A Sermon For You A Ministry of Huckaby’s Evangelism WHAT PRAYER HAS TAUGHT ME By-Evangelist Gary Huckaby Psalms 71:1-5, John 17:1-3, 20-21. Psalms- "In thee, O LORD, do I put my trust: let me never be put to confusion. Deliver me in thy righteousness, and cause me to escape: incline more

  • Test 3: Works Test Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Oct 23, 2007
    based on 54 ratings

    We don’t work for our faith—true Christians work as a result of our faith. The right kind of works are always a sure test to prove the genuineness of faith. James continues with the third test of faith—the works test.

    1. Works that show compassion for God’s creation (14-17) 2. Works that show trust in God’s Word (18-19) 3. Works that show hope in God’s promises (20-24) 4. Works that show service to God’s people (25-26) JAMES 2:26 Men, I want you to try this when you get home. Go into your wife’s more

  • Being R.e.a.l. In A Wacked Out World

    Contributed by Shane Facemyer on Sep 5, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The world is looking for reality, not just in TV shows, but in Christians. Do we live what we believe?

    What is being REAL? We hear it all the time: "Get real!" or "For real?" In a world that is hooked on reality shows like Survivor, American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, what does it mean to be REAL? As a Christian, that is a pressing question I wish more of us would explore. Here in more

  • How To Grow In Your Relationships Series

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Oct 19, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    This was addressed to the men of our church

    Title: How to grow in your relationships Text: Ephesians 5:21-6:9 Introduction I came across a list of 10 reasons why it is good to be a man 10 You know stuff about tanks. 9 You can go to the bathroom without a support group. 8 If someone forgets to invite you to something he can still more

  • Can God Use Me?

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Oct 18, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Does our calling affect our choice of career? It may, but not necessarily. It’s interesting that Paul directed the Corinthians to remain in the calling in which they found themselves when they came to faith in Christ (1 Cor. 7:17–24).

    Can God Use Me? Nowadays people often speak of a “calling” to signify a career that one has made a lifelong passion, a vocation to which one feels deeply committed. In a similar way, many people use the term “calling” in connection with vocational Christian work. For instance, members of the more