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  • Noah Pulled The Dove Into The Ark To Himself

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Mar 30, 2020

    Using the story of Noah sending out the dove and then bringing it back into the ark to teach several lessons. A comforting message during the outbreak of COVID19

    Noah Pulled The Dove Into The Ark To Himself PPT 1 Placeholder PPT 2 timer PPT 3 Message title PPT 4-5 scripture Genesis 8:6 Then it came about at the end of forty days, that Noah opened the window of the ark which he had made; Genesis 8:7 and he sent out a raven, and it flew here and there until more

  • The Need To Assemble Ourselves

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Feb 7, 2015

    This text encourages us to come together and worship our maker.

    We are instructed in the text; not to forsake the assembling of ourselves together. Paul alludes to the fact that the problem was already in existence in his day.Therefore; let's look at several reasons why we should be frequently in corporate worship . I. Confession of our more

  • The Small Still Voice

    Contributed by Carl Willis on Apr 14, 2001
    based on 88 ratings

    Even in the midst of despair, we can still hear the small, still voice of God.

    The Small Still Voice 1 Kings 19:1-18 1. Even great men of faith have moments of doubt and fear A. Elijah had seen God do great things - Stood before Ahab and predicted drought 17:1 - Fed by Ravens and drank from the stream 17:2-6 - Cared for by the widow of Zarephath more

  • Stewardship Of Tithe Series

    Contributed by John Knight on May 2, 2002
    based on 113 ratings

    A scriptural look at tithing.

    Stewardship of Tithe Mark 12:41-44 Tithing is always such a sensitive subject! Three Truths About Tithing I. Tithing Is Commanded By God Leviticus 27:30,32 "Ten percent of everything you harvest is holy and belongs to me, whether it grows in your fields or on your fruit more

  • Who Were You Expecting?

    Contributed by Christopher Nerreau on Apr 12, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Christ Longs to make a "Triumphal Entry" into our hearts but our expectations of who Christ is “supposed” to be can keep us from receiving Christ as He actually is.

    WHO WERE YOU EXPECTING? “Misunderstanding Christ at the Triumphal Entry.” Mt. 21:1-17 Fr. Christopher M. Nerreau Introduction: • Have you ever listened to someone on the radio and then seen them in person? They are never what you expect. Or have you ever read a book and then watched the more

  • Sufferings Purpose Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Mar 12, 2011

    Is there a purpose in suffering? The earthquake and subsequent tsunami make us ask many questions especially if we have not trusted Jesus. Suffering reveals the good that we ignore before disaster. Suffeing calls us to examine the shortness of our life

    Intro: Just three weeks ago we began the suffering portion of this study called incarnate. Today as we draw to a close on our teaching of suffering it is in the face of large scale disaster in Japan that will cause an extended period of suffering for many. If you remember we talked about the more

  • Servanthood

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Nov 20, 2008

    Qualification for leadership is based on dependance on Christ.

    Servanthood 2 Timothy 3:1-7 Paul is writing to his younger friend serving in ministry. Timothy is not serving directly as a Pastor of a church like today. He is a combination of missionary, envoy, evangelist, preacher, teacher, overseer and recruiter. He was selected as a traveling more

  • In The Shepherds Care

    Contributed by Mark Roper on Nov 28, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    A Study on how we are provided for

    In the Shepherds Care Psalm 23 It’s tragic to know Psalm 23 but not know the Shepherd. The frostbitten shepherd In Elizabethton, Tennessee, lived an aged schoolteacher named Beula Thomas, who was raised on the Colorado prairie. Before her death, she recorded her childhood recollections, more

  • Soldiers, Athletes And Farmers

    Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Mar 22, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Paul talks about three occupations - soldiers, athletes and farmers. He says that these occupations provide great object lessons for the successful Christian. There are facets of these occupations that the Christian needs to mimic on a spiritual plane in

    In our passage, today, Paul talks about three occupations - soldiers, athletes and farmers. He says that these occupations provide great object lessons for the successful Christian. There are facets of these occupations that the Christian needs to mimic on a spiritual plane in order to be more

  • Signs - Pt. 4 Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Nov 3, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus was clear that our walk should be marked by signs and wonders. What is following you? Is your life “signless”?

    Signs Pt. 4 I. Introduction Jesus challenged us and at the same exact moment gave us a small glimpse into our heritage and inheritance as a believer. With two small statements He made it known that a “normal” believer would see “abnormal” occurrences in their daily walk. He made it known that as more

  • When All Else Fails, Read The Instructions

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 9, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    The Bible gives us understanding of human life and relationships, it equips us for effectiveness, and it is the standard by which a church becomes great.

    Why do we prefer to stumble along and do a job halfway, when, with just a little effort, we could do it well? Why is it that we will take a stab at something we don’t know how to do, .we will fool with it, we will mess with it, but, if it takes some study to learn to do it right, we’re not more

  • Fading Vision Series

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 24, 2011

    We are never farther from Jesus than when we are satisfied with ourselves, and we are never closer to him than when we have nothing and no one else to rely on

    All of you are familiar, I’m sure, h the Hans Christian Andersen story about the Emperor’s new clothes. It begins, “Many, many years ago lived an emperor, who thought so much of new clothes that he spent all his money in order to obtain them; his only ambition was to be always more

  • Adam: Real Men Relate To God

    Contributed by Dana Chau on Sep 9, 2002
    based on 56 ratings

    Learn what the Bible says about real men and quiche.

    When I told my wife we would be studying Adam and learning what it means to be a real man, she asked me, "What will the women in the church be doing?" I didn’t have an answer for her, but I have an answer for all the women this morning. You’ve worked hard this week. You deserve to rest. more

  • The Word, The Assurance, The Promise

    Contributed by David Richardson on Dec 26, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    The Word brought to Abram comfort, protection, and blessing, and it can do the same for us.

    The Word, The Assurance, The Promise Genesis 15:1-21 Every New Year many people desire to make a promise with themselves for self-improvement. They promise such things as quitting smoking, eating less or more healthy, exercising more, etc. And, usually these New Year’s resolutions end up being more

  • How Do I Measure Up?

    Contributed by Lew Slade on Dec 22, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Is it really the good works of the "sheep" that will secure their salvation?

    How do I measure up? I don’t think I can be accused of exaggerating if I say that this is one of the most difficult passages of scripture in the entire Bible (Matthew 25: 31-46). It’s what teenagers today might call “in your face”. It confronts and challenges us at the very core of our being; more