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  • Commands Series

    Contributed by Kent Kessler on Aug 30, 2007
     | 1,298 views

    THESE NT PASSAGES ARE SOME THE COMMANDS IN SCRIPTURE FROM THE EPISTLES.

    COMMANDS (IN GENERAL) 2 Corinthians Open wide your hearts. Come out from among them and be separate. Make room for us in your hearts. Finish the work... Boast in the Lord. Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; Test yourselves. Aim for perfection... Listen to my ...read more

  • The Commandments

    Contributed by Ian Lyall on Sep 24, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,419 views

    Godd’s commandments are absolutes, yet they also serve another purpose. They show us our sin and our neeed of a Saviour

    Some years ago the ’Times’ carried an article by Charles Bremner under the heading �Sense and Sensitivity� In it Bremner observed: The Politically Correct culture chimes with the way the country (the USA) is fleeing from risk and moral judgment into the realm of ’victimology’ Every ...read more

  • The Ten Commandents

    Contributed by Anthony Smith on Jan 12, 2004
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,026 views

    A study of the past and a look into the future. Its time we took another look at Gods laws and what they mean to us.

    The Ten Commandments A study of the past and a look into the future. Exodus 20;3-17. The children of ...read more

  • The Greatest Commandments Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Mar 13, 2006
    based on 17 ratings
     | 4,267 views

    Love God and love your neighbour, and you’ll likely get the rest right too.

    Mark 12:28-34 March 5, 2006 (first of Lent) The Greatest Commandments Apprenticing Under the Master Through Lent, we are going to conclude the series in Mark that I’ve titled “Apprenticing Under the Master.” We’ve tried to look at Jesus’ life like an apprentice would look at the work ...read more

  • The Great Commandment

    Contributed by Steve Greene on Jan 23, 2006
    based on 47 ratings
     | 45,790 views

    The challenge is for all of us to learn to love God and love people on a deeper level.

    The Great Commandment A minister was speaking about all the things money can’t buy. “Money can’t buy happiness, it can’t buy laughter and money can’t buy love” he told the congregation. Driving his point home he said, “What would you do if I offered you $1,000 not to love your mother and ...read more

  • The Cured Commander

    Contributed by Tim Hedberg on Feb 16, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,662 views

    Naaman cured of leprosy.

    The Cured Commander If you could have seen his office you would have been impressed. On his office door was the sign "Commander of the Army of Aram." And on his grand desk was the nameplate "Commander Naaman". On the walls that made up the room and on the shelves that held his belongings, you ...read more

  • A New Commandment Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 8, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,213 views

    Our society is not geared towards creating deep, lasting relationships. Jesus’ Solution:“Love one another as I have loved you.” This sermon casts a vision for small groups

    A New Commandment: Experiencing Biblical Community John 13:31-35 Aug 31, 2003 Intro: I think I am in denial. Summer can’t possibly be over, tomorrow can’t be the first day of September, the fall can’t be here already… I know some of you parents with school-age children are singing along ...read more

  • The New Command

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jun 9, 2004
    based on 37 ratings
     | 2,393 views

    Looking at the context of Jesus’ new command to the disciples and His qualifying phrase, we come to understand this crucial need for believers today to love one another.

    John 13:34-35 34 "A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. 35 By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." INTRODUCTION We can have many treasures in life – maybe your wedding ring, a diamond necklace, ...read more

  • The Great Commandment Series

    Contributed by Dan Jackson on Jul 28, 2005
    based on 39 ratings
     | 6,936 views

    This final message in the Ten Commandment series looks at Jesus’ response to a question about the greatest commandment. He concludes with one word: love.

    THE GREAT COMMANDMENT Matthew 22:35-40 We have explored the liberating limits of the Ten Commandments through several chapters. Now we must conclude by looking at the New Testament passage where Jesus responds to a scholar’s question, “Which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” He sums up ...read more

  • The Greatest Commandment

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Aug 4, 2005
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,841 views

    With all the commandments that God has given us, Jesus explicitly pointed out two that were the greatest for us to follow.

    THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT Mark 12:28-31 A. Why these two commandments, over all the others. • If we love the Lord as we should, we will not sin against Him. o He will be our top priority and everything else will fall into place o When our love for the Lord falters, then we will be living a ...read more

  • "Command And Teach"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Oct 15, 2004
    based on 36 ratings
     | 2,752 views

    Paul gives Timothy, and us, several commands for living the Christian life, and several things to teach others about the Christian life.

    “Command And Teach” 1 Timothy 4:6-11 INTRODUCTION: Read Scripture. Paul is writing to Timothy, the young “preacher-boy” – 4:6. I used to be a young “preacher-boy” many years ago … I know a little of what he was going through. NOW … this doesn’t mean that just because you’re NOT a young ...read more

  • The Greatest Commands Series

    Contributed by David Asch on Feb 16, 2005
    based on 23 ratings
     | 4,887 views

    What is God’s most important command? In this message we will see what is most important to God. You will leave here today knowing what God’s top priority is and how you can do it. You will discover where to start, what comes first, what is most important

    THE GREATEST COMMANDS Mark 12:28-34 INTRO: My kids get frustrated sometimes trying to figure out which of my many commands take priority, which comes first. Ever been frustrated by a boss who gives multiple assignments, all of which are ‘top priority?’ Overwhelmed by all you hear in church? ...read more

  • The Ten Commandments

    Contributed by Jeff Simms on Nov 28, 2004
    based on 44 ratings
     | 3,352 views

    To examine the ten commandments and what the basis for them is

    Tencommandments SBC Philippi 11/28/04 pm Rev. Jeff Simms The Ten Commandments Exodus 20:1-17 Primary Purpose: To examine the ten commandments and what the basis for them is. About one year ago, there was a lot made about a two ton monument of a Bible that had on it the ten ...read more

  • A New Commandment

    Contributed by Joanna Beveridge on May 18, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,145 views

    How do we love each other as Jesus loves us?

    “I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” These are very familiar words – surely among the best known of Jesus’ sayings - and we have ...read more

  • A Command With A Promise

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Nov 1, 2005
     | 1,780 views

    A message to the family using Exocus 20:12 "Honor your father and mother..."

    A Command With A Promise Exodus 20:12 "Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you." Introduction Last Sunday evening we had a helpful video and lively discussion on the topic: "How to Really Love Your Child." Tonight the video ...read more