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  • Risen With Christ Series

    Contributed by William Morris on Feb 5, 2003
    based on 23 ratings

    The seventh message in a nine part series from Colossians. This message deals with Christ’s resurrection and the power we received from it.

    Sermon by: Dr. Todd Morris Text: Colossians 3:1-4 Title: Risen With Christ Date: August 18, 2002 Introduction: “If” is the biggest little word in the world. The “if” of our test determines heaven or hell. The “if” of our text demands that believers walk their talk. Paul tells us here that more

  • 6keys To Godly Relationships. Key#2 Overcoming The Flesh

    Contributed by Mark Elkins on Aug 18, 2003
    based on 47 ratings

    Can you have a Godly relationship in the flesh? Let’s discover how to overcome our flesh and obtain Godly relationships.

    Are healthy relationships developed with selfish, self-centered people? So can we have Godly relationships when we live in our flesh? The answer is obvious, NO. We must change. But how? One psychological test asks what animal would you like to be? Or what animal do you admire the most? more

  • Making Good/Godly Decisions

    Contributed by Dan Cale on Oct 28, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon looks at the right questions to ask when trying to make Godly decisions.

    Making Godly Decisions Colossians 3:1-17 Over the next 72 hours you who sit here will be making several crucial decisions. Decisions crucial to our nation who will be our next president. What will the character of our Supreme Court be what will the laws of the land be about religious liberty, more

  • Your Spiritual Game Plan

    Contributed by Mark Engler on Dec 6, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    We devise all these plans. Plans to win ball games, plans to succeed in life, and for our children to succeed, and plans to live good when we retire. What about a plan that will help us grow spiritually? Do you have a spiritual game plan? What about a

    By: Mark Engler, Mt. Vernon Christian Church, Mt. Vernon, MO This Sermon is part outline and part full-text and adapted from a former sermon of mine. Your Spiritual Game Plan Col. 3:1-4 Prop: You can’t expect growth unless you plan for it. INTRO: Ø Talk about games plans for basketball, more

  • Biblical Christianity: The Centrality Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Dan Cale on Aug 21, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    This is the second of a 4 part series comparing the early church of Acts 1-5 to today. This message looks at the idea of making Christ the center of our lives and the things that keep us from it.

    Biblical Christianity Pt 2 ¡V The Centrality of Christ Colossians 3:1-17 Acts 2:43-47 - Acts 4:31-35 Tell me this morning ¡V do these passages describe the church of the 21st Century? Is it ok that we don¡¦t look like the early church? Is that alright with you? I confess as I did last week that I more

  • What's Your Address Series

    Contributed by John Harvey on Jun 29, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    AS Christians we must realize our home is not this world. We must identify that we are aliens in this world.

    “CSI: CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL IDENTITY” “What’s Your Address?” July 3, 2005 Intro: Recap last week; “Who are You?” We were dead in sin; God made us alive in Christ. Today we are going to look at what happens in our lives in terms of our living conditions since we are new in Christ. “And God raised more

  • Living A Christian Life

    Contributed by Mark Engler on Sep 27, 2002
    based on 84 ratings

    Living a Christian life is a wonderful thing. It doesn’t stop at baptism. That is only the beginning. We can’t turn away from God after baptism or act as if you have it all taken care of now, there are things we need to do. We have been enlisted into

    Theme: Christian Living Text: Col. 3:1-4 Prop: Every Christian needs to maintain Christian living daily. Trans: How do we go about daily Christian living? Intro: Last week and only one other time since I have been here have I preached on the subject of baptism. And the reason I preached on more

  • Breaking Free From The Past Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 23, 2003
    based on 487 ratings

    As we focus on those things that are eternal, and put on the new self, we will experience freedom from those things that have shackled us in the past.

    Breaking Free from the Past In an old Candid Camera episode, an actor is on a busy sidewalk and begins looking at the ground. He walks around a bit and continues to look down. People are passing by him and a few give him strange looks. After a couple minutes, he decides to get down on his hands more

  • Investing In Eternity

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Feb 14, 2003
    based on 37 ratings

    Jesus taught us to invest our finances wisely for His honor and glory and for the good of those we love.

    Matthew 6:19-21 Investing in Eternity Introduction For the past several weeks, we’ve been considering some things the Bible has to say concerning personal finances, that is, the money God has entrusted to you and me. We’ve considered giving, stewardship, debt, and today we are going to talk about more

  • It's Not What You Know

    Contributed by Greg Carr on Jul 5, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Religion has been described as following a set pattern of dos and don’ts, an outward expression with no inward authenticity, or the human effort to reach God. Religion knows about God without knowing Him.

    At about the end of May and the first part of June hundreds of thousands of students walk across stages and platforms to receive a diploma. This is something they have been working hard for. During the WMU graduation on May 21, Mr. Probasko’s last statements to the class of 2006 was, “Would the more

  • Get Into The Game! Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Aug 3, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    WE need to get off the bench and get into the game. Our faith will be what we want it to be if we will follow Paul’s formula!

    INTRODUCTION „X I hoped everyone enjoyed the display our young people put on for us last Sunday. I hope that everyone who attended enjoyed the performance of the youth from Lori Hallat¡¦s church last night! „X One of the things I hope you realized as you watched the young people last week and more

  • Shrinking God's Holiness

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Apr 15, 2004
    based on 57 ratings

    When we shrink God’s holiness we have no standard to live by

    How we have made God a shrinking reality DON’T BE AFRAID! Have you ever wondered which hurts the most? Saying something and wishing you hadn’t? or Saying nothing and wishing you had? I guess the most important things are the hardest things to say. Don’t be afraid to tell someone you love them. If more

  • Thankful For The Gift

    Contributed by Jeffrey Smith on May 17, 2004
    based on 8 ratings

    Are You Thankful for What Christ Did On the Cross for You? It was Crafted By You--But Carried By Him!

    Thankful For The Gift! St. Augustine said, “First You Believe—Then You Understand!” Tonight many of us believe what Jesus did for us on the Cross—but sometimes we can’t understand it or what it means for us! Oswald Chambers said, "All of Heaven is very interested in the cross of Christ, All Hell more

  • Living In Divine Perspective

    Contributed by Rajani Lobo on Mar 16, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Living in Divine Pespective in daily details of life

    Living in Divine Perspective by Pastor Bryan Coelho Colossians 3:1-3 Col.3:1-3 - speaks of believer having a divine perspective. Many peoples’ lives are governed by needs of this world, without having an eternal perspective in life. A believer has an ascended life because of a love that more

  • Where's Your Mind Set? Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on May 1, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Often we want to make ourselves better but go about it the wrong way. Paul the Apostle gives us tips in how to put off the old nature and put on Christ’s character.

    In chapter 2, Paul focused on the error of elevating the mind above the knowledge of God, and focusing on taming the physical body as a way to righteousness. He chastises the use of external rules and regulations, especially those around following certain ritual days and abstaining from certain more