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  • Seeing Clearly Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Mar 5, 2012
    based on 5 ratings

    Jesus' healing of the blind man in Mark 8 illustrates four points: 1) Some people just want to come out of the darkness. 2) Our ministry can sometimes only lift the darkness. 3) The religious expectations of others can be harmful. 4) There are times when

    Seeing Clearly Mark 8:22-26 Seeing is a strange thing. An infant can see a john deer tractor and not benefit from it. A farmer can see a jar of smashed carrots and not be drawn to it. A doctor can see blurry images on a glass slide and be excited about what it tells him. A preacher can see more

  • Speak Clearly Series

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Dec 3, 2002
    based on 30 ratings

    This sermon deals with two of the spiritual gifts and contrasts their usefulness within the context of the worship service

    November 24, 2002 1 Corinthians 14:1-5 “Speak clearly” INTRODUCTION Getting the right message to the right person is necessary in order for the right communication to happen. There was a man who lived in upstate New York and he was getting tired of the cold weather, so he decided more

  • Clearly The Christ

    Contributed by Dennis King on Jun 18, 2018

    Studying the two dozen of the hundreds of prophetic messages and persuasive evidences of Christ in the Old Testament and New Testament.

    What do you think Old Testament people thought about Jesus? Depending on who we could be asking, we might get blank stares or quizzical looks. “Jesus isn't in the Old Testament” is an answer that many folks would put forth. Yes, and they would be 100 percent correct. Jesus is not a name found in more

  • Seeing Clearly Series

    Contributed by Grant Macdonald on Jan 17, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Everyone is a slave to something. The NT gives us only two options--either we are a slave to sin, or a slave of Christ.

    For the past couple of weeks we have been talking about beginning 2012 by refocusing our faith. We started with the idea that we need to make sure that our focus is on Christ—not ourselves. By that I mean that the Christian Faith should never be focussed on what the Christian does so much more

  • Clearly Enlightened Series

    Contributed by David Welch on Feb 14, 2011

    8th in the series dealing with God's enlightenment of belivers in including them in the mysteries of the universe.

    Mystery Revealed Eph 1:8-10 REVIEW I woke up Saturday morning with some different applications of the message on grace that were in the original notes what had already been printed. I am including them here so that you will have them to review. Application to the message of more

  • Seeing Clearly

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Sep 6, 2014

    We who are believers, have a great promise in this passage that God will give us the victory over evil and over the schemes of the Devil.

    SEEING CLEARLY REVELATION 12-18; REVELATION 12:1-17 INTRODUCTION… It’s Not the End of the World (p) I’d like you to imagine that this has been your morning: You awake to discover your alarm failed to go off and so you wake up late to get ready for work. In your rush out of more

  • Seeing Clearly Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Sep 5, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    The message of the gospel always remains the same but God uses different methods to reach different people.

    Seeing Clearly Mark 8:22-26 Rev. Brian Bill September 3-4, 2016 I love hearing how people come to Christ, don’t you? Here’s the main point of our passage today: The message of the gospel always remains the same but God uses different methods to reach different people. more

  • Speak Clearly

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Dec 1, 2006

    Paul was not intimidated with the intellect or the prominence of the Greek people. Paul knew what the Greek people thought of him, and it didn’t slow him down for a minute. Paul spoke with confidence in what he believed and lived by.

  • Proclaiming The Word Clearly Series

    Contributed by Mike Rickman on Oct 22, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    In order for us to share the gospel we need to be able to communicate the message with clarity.

    October 23, 2005 Morning Worship Text: Colossians 4:2-6 Subject: Witnessing Part 2 Title: Proclaiming the Word Clearly I have a hearing problem. That’s why I wear hearing aids. I have been accused of not listening instead of not hearing. Do you know there is a difference? There are more

  • Seeing Things Clearly

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 5 ratings

    What Isaiah 6 teaches us about God, orselves, and our work to be done

    “Seeing Things Clearly” Isaiah 6 Intro: Recently our family went to Science Central downtown. It’s a children’s scientific museum, but it’s hardly for kids. Adults play there just as much as kids. One section there that I love is a display of brain teasers and optical illusions. You’ve more

  • You Can Clearly See It Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Apr 27, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Churches that have it have a God-given, God-inspired vision.

    SERIES: IT: Finding It, Keeping It, and Sharing It (freely adapted from Craig Groeschel’s It: How Churches and Leader Can Get it and Keep it) “YOU CAN CLEARLY SEE IT” SELECTED SCRIPTURES OPEN Last week, we started a new series called, “IT: Finding It, more

  • Thinking Clearly About Marriage

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 29, 2005
    based on 16 ratings

    This Sermon deals with what we can expect in marriage.

    Thinking Clearly About Marriage 2/13/2005 Genesis 2:19-25 1 Corin 7:1-7 For Christians, The date you set for your wedding, should not be based upon how much money you need to save for an elaborate wedding. It should not be based on how many more years of school you have left. It more

  • The Need To See Clearly

    Contributed by Domingo Reyes on Aug 25, 2006
    based on 17 ratings

    Perceiving is important to achieving. How clearly you can see is vital to suceeding as a Christian.

    Close Your Eyes for a moment.. What Do you see? Darkness? Images ? Thoughts ? Nothing ? Question? - Have you ever lived in Darkness? - Have you had Cloudy thoughts - Have you been plagued with dark images? - Ever seen nothing when there was something there to see. - Ever seen more

  • Bread Clearly Broken

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on May 6, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Not through intellectual assent, wisdom, and knowledge, but through the act of love, the breaking of bread, do we recognize Jesus Christ and know him as our Risen Lord and Savior.

    Hearing the message of the Gospel is not enough. Understanding, intellectual assent is not adequate. Peter’s proclamation of the Gospel at Pentecost did not result in the people exclaiming, “We agree with your reasoning,” or, “That makes sense to us.” Rather, more

  • Faith Clearly Defined

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Nov 29, 2007

    There are two kinds of dead faith and only one kind of living faith. And God is the Judge of which kind we have.

    Passage: James 2:14-26 Intro: Last winter we had a nasty cold snap here. 1. lots of trees that looked dead on our campus, but that have all come back 2. daughtter Amy and her husband Brycen not so fortunate. 3. 3 Ficus trees, all lost leaves, and in spite of valiant efforts, never more