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  • The Cluttered Closet

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Jul 19, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    This is a children’s sermon or an elaborate illustration on the greatest two commandments.

    “THE CLUTTERED CLOSET” Mark 12:29-31 Object: Picture of a cluttered closet Objective: Sometimes we must take the time to pull all the “stuff” out of the closet and go through it piece by piece if we want to bring order to chaos. Hi everyone. It is great to see you today. In my house more

  • Clutter That Hinders

    Contributed by Travis L. Billings on Aug 5, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    Because of the clutter and the noise in our lives, we often fail to see what Jesus does and can do for us. It seems as if we are constantly grasping, but never grabbing hold of that which changes us for the better.

    He walked on water which shows us that nothing can separates us from Him. He made that water into wine which shows us He can create something out of nothing. He ate and drank with people that we would never want to be caught around which shows us that we are all deserving of even the smallest more

  • Cleaning The Clutter Of The Church Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Nov 7, 2014

    A message about what happens when we clean the clutter of the church, then the blind and the lame come into the church.

    Note: This is a working outline. These are just my notes and thoughts on the topic. Title: Cleaning the House of the Church or Getting the House in Order or Cleaning the Clutter Theme: Text: Matthew 21:12 - 14 Matthew 21:12-14 Then (when, right after the triumphal entry, the peoel had more

  • Getting Rid Of The Clutter Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Apr 30, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Priorities, pleasing god, Stewardship of time and engery

    GETTING RID OF THE CLUTTER 2 Cor 3:18 (p818) (v 12-18) August 15, 2010 INTRODUCTION: Is there anyone here who enjoys driving in downtown Louisville at 5:00 o'clock? Or sitting on the Gene Snyder with bumper to bumper construction traffic? "Cones to the left of me…workers to more

  • Strip Down To Run Effectively For The Crown!

    Contributed by Victor Ramlall on Jan 29, 2014

    It's necessary for us to get rid of spiritual clutter and place ourselves to effectively function in glorifying God!

    (Getting rid of Spiritual Clutter and placing ourselves for effective Christ-glorifying work!) Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is more

  • Out!

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Mar 8, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Lent, Year B.

    John 2: 13 – 22 / Out! Intro: Emily Post was born in the early 1870’s and died in 1960. During her lifetime she gained a reputation for doing what was the proper and polite thing in nearly every situation. Mrs. Post wrote in her book titled, “Etiquette”, more

  • Living Behind Broken Down Walls Series

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Jan 9, 2012
    based on 33 ratings

    Series Intro for the book of Nehemiah. A message on the purpose and importance of walls, especially that we maintain walls of biblical convictions, and time reserved for God. (Sacred space).

  • Hoarders

    Contributed by Kelly Benton on Feb 22, 2011
    based on 44 ratings

    Hoarders are people that are in a constant battle by an obsessive need to acquire (and failure to use or discard) a significant amount of possessions, even if the items are worthless, hazardous, or unsanitary. This is much like when people come to Jesus.

    Who has seen the A& E series, “Hoarders”? I love the show! Hoarders is a fascinating look inside the lives of different people whose inability to part with their belongings is so out of control that they are on the verge of a personal crisis. VIDEO: “Hoarders” I find myself hooked to the more

  • It's Time To Get The Ashes Off The Altar

    Contributed by William Wilmore, Jr. on Jul 19, 2007
    based on 145 ratings

    Often our lives are cluttered by the residue of past experiences, making it difficult for us to receive the full blessings of God.

    Text: Numbers 4:13 "And they shall take away the ashes from the altar, and spread a purple cloth thereon..." My brothers and sisters, biblically, the origin of the altar goes clear back to Genesis when Noah built an altar to offer sacrifices after the flood. Genesis 8 & 20 says: "And Noah more

  • Why Preparation For Prayer Is Important

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on Aug 6, 2015

    We need to make sure we are not heading into prayer with confused, deceived, and clutter minds.

    I. To clear away a deceived mind. - (Rev 12:9 And the great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world—he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.) - Sober means to have or show a very more

  • Welcome Jesus Into Your Home

    Contributed by Michael Otterstatter on Aug 28, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    The familiar story about Jesus visiting Mary and Martha serves as an encouragement for us to clear the clutter that keeps Jesus out of our homes and lives.

    “For Christian homes, O Lord we pray.” Hymn 500 in our hymnal begins with those words. Whether we are married or single, whether we have children or not, whether we live in a home or an apartment that is our prayer isn’t it? We want our homes to be Christian homes. But what makes the place more

  • Spring Cleaning

    Contributed by Alan Perkins on Jun 24, 2003
    based on 98 ratings

    Over time, our lives tend to fill up with the clutter and debris of sin. How to prevent that from happening, and how to conduct "spring cleaning" when it does.

    All physical systems, over time, accumulate debris. It’s an unfortunate fact of life. They get cluttered, and clogged, and congested, and that hinders the operation of the system. Let me give you some random examples. As we age, plaque tends to build up in our veins and arteries, which gradually more

  • We Need A Bath! Series

    Contributed by Brien Sims on Dec 13, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    The second in the series on fellowship in 1 John. These verses describe how Christians are to be cleansed of sins committed after baptism. Most people won’t live in a filthy house but they will let filth clutter their hearts.

    If you have ever felt distanced from others, maybe its time you take a bath. Most of us shower every single day because we sweat and work hard. Some work in stinky jobs or in jobs with tons of dirt and dust flying everywhere. Sometimes we just need a bath. How many of you have jumped in a mud more

  • Reigniting Your Passion

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Dec 11, 2010
    based on 10 ratings

    God wants us to love Him passionately. Watch your passion killers - cluttered lifestyle and unconfessed sin. Get fire lighters - prayer, get close to people of passion, and use your God-given gifts.

    I want to talk about PASSION today - our passion for the Lord. FM93.8 has a segment called “Passion People”, where they interview people who are successful in their own field – like art, writing, dance, business or sport. • Passion is actually the deciding difference more

  • Courage To Confront – Jesus Clears The Temple Series

    Contributed by Nigel Heath on Apr 4, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    The Gentile Court was the temple access point for Gentiles to learn about Judaism, and since believers are now the spiritual temple, how might Jesus seek to confront us and clear our lives of the clutter that prevents our effective witness?

    5.4.09 COURAGE TO CONFRONT – JESUS CLEANSES THE TEMPLE Mark 11:1-11:19 INTRO When did you last witness blatant wrongdoing and step in to do something about it? • It may have been to do with malpractice in the workplace and you became the whistle-blower. • It could be that you witnessed a more