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  • Church Clothes

    Contributed by Greg Nance on May 21, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    What should a Christian think and do about what to wear? God's word has a few things to say about that.

    Matthew 22:1-14, Romans 13:11-14, Eph. 5:25-30, 6:10-18, Revelation 19:6-9, 21:1-4 Surely everyone here today has heard of "church clothes." We used to call it wearing your "Sunday Best." I remember going to a wedding not too long ago and the preacher said to the couple, "One way to keep your more

  • Church Clothes (Part 2)

    Contributed by Greg Nance on May 31, 2011

    God says a lot about clothes in the Bible. His words instruct and inform our lives today. Few things about us are as immedate to others as what we wear. Surely God has given us instruction about such an important part of our lives! We would do well to

    Church Clothes II The gospels and Jesus on clothing: The New Testament speaks about clothing more than you would think, but not necessarily in the ways we would think. Today we will focus our attention to what the gospels say about clothing. The first mention in the gospels about more

  • Change Your Clothes

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Aug 11, 2014
    based on 5 ratings

    Paul is telling us to get rid of the garments that characterize our old life of sin - get rid of them! He wants us now to put on the new garments that speak of life

  • Don’t Go To Church - Be The Church

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jul 9, 2010
    based on 8 ratings

    Many of us have special uniforms (church clothes) that we don only on Sunday (church day), so we can go and attend worship (church service), giving God our tithes (church money). We have organized God out of life...

  • Don't Act Like A Christian Just Be One! Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Nov 11, 2009
    based on 18 ratings

    Being a Christian isn’t like wearing a winter coat, one minute we put it on because we’re cold, and then the next minute we take it off and store it away until harsh weather rolls in. Yet that’s how many of us act. We pull out our church clothes, our chur

  • It’s Time To Tear Down The Gates Of Hell

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Dec 10, 2004
    based on 27 ratings

    The Sermon assures of victory over the forces of evil.

    In our text, Jesus used the terms gates and hell to refer to the powers of evil forces and the physical death. Jesus taught his followers that they were to confront the gates of hell. Christ spoke these words in Caesarea Phillippi, a pagan city that was filled with moral corruption. History more

  • What Time Is It?

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Nov 1, 2006
    based on 23 ratings

    "What time is it for God’s people at this point in history?" That is the question the church must answer.

    WHAT TIME IS IT? Romans 13:11-14 INTRO: Many inventions have been contrived to provide the answer to this question. The sundial provided an answer only during the day. The hourglass could measure the hour—day or night—but not the minute. Finally, the clock provided the best answer, day or more

  • The Rewards Of Faith

    Contributed by Brian Menear on May 6, 2011

    Everyone asks "whats in it for me". This sermon answers those questions in regards to faith and belief in Jesus Christ and God.

    The Rewards of Faith Job Interview Illustration- What’s in it for me? How will this affect my life, family, etc…What are the benefits. Always asked in regards to jobs, hobbies, marriage. Faith and belief in God brings the ultimate benefit. To understand and appreciate this more

  • Being A 24/7/52 Christian

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Sep 15, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Sometimes in life we just need a little more understanding, insight, training. God’s word is the start.

    My brother-in-law was a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds - he’s famous for two things: He was #2 on the all-time sports injury list behind the guy who sprained his eyelids blinking and for creating an international incident while going through customs – He’s a good ole boy from Texas who never more

  • A Hunger For Worship

    Contributed by Raymond Perkins on Aug 29, 2001
    based on 101 ratings

    A sermon based on Isaiah 6:1-8 drawing lessons for us concerning worship.

    A HUNGER FOR WORSHIP Isaiah 6:1-8 INTRODUCTION: There is an old French proverb that says, "A good meal ought to begin with hunger." It is hard to enjoy a good meal when you are not hungry, but when you are starving anything tastes good! The same is true with worship. When we approach worship more

  • Wardrobe Witness

    Contributed by Nathan Robertson, Jr. on Dec 14, 2000
    based on 71 ratings

    This is paper concerning the role the Christian Wardrobe plays in our Witness

    WARDROBE WITNESS One topic being raised in almost every area of society is what constitutes proper attire. There is an apparent relevance of attire in schools, workplaces, nightclubs, private beaches, and even churches. Some people have suggested that if students dressed in uniforms there more

  • When God Says Go The World Says No Series

    Contributed by Thomas Black on Apr 28, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    Getting used to the idea of not being liked is difficult if you happen to be a person that cares what people think. But as you know Sometimes, “When God Says GO the World Says NO.”

    Getting used to the idea of not being liked is difficult if you happen to be a person that cares what people think. But as you know Sometimes, “When God Says GO the World Says NO.” Look at Genesis 31 tonight and we’ll catch a glimpse of what Jacob went through as he began to follow God’s more

  • What's Done Is Done

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 9, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    For Christmas Eve Communion: what God has done in Christ means that peace has been accomplished, and this world’s contradictions have been resolved. The Father’s love has embraced us.

    “What’s done is done." We say it when we want to pronounce the final words, when we want to speak the ultimate truth. "What’s done is done", as if so obvious a truth really needed stating. "What’s done is done.” It becomes a way of insisting that there is no more to be said, no more to do, no more

  • Wait On The Lord

    Contributed by Matthew Eyerman on Oct 3, 2004
    based on 11 ratings

    Active waiting

    Matthew Eyerman August 8, 2004 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time I. Introduction 1. last verse of Psalm 27 Ps 27:14 Wait for the LORD; be strong, and let your heart take courage; wait for the LORD! 2. when I think of waiting I think of Home Depot a. maybe about 8am with a few items more

  • Christ The Servant

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    The example Jesus gives us of humble servanthood

    “Christ the Servant” Philippians 2 Intro: Last week, we talked about things that were of more value than they appeared. Remember the $100,000 Tiffany lamp? Remember this clay jar? Remember we talked about Christ as the Secret Treasure? We learned that we should value him. How how you shown more