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  • Contrition

    Contributed by Robert Cox on Mar 24, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,902 views

    Our Lord promises to restore and heal us...

    HOSEA 6:1 "Come, let us return to the LORD. He has torn us to pieces but he will heal us; he has injured us but he will bind up our wounds. 2 After two days he will revive us; on the third day he will restore us, that we may live in his presence. We are going to be looking at these passages in ...read more

  • Return To Contrition Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Nov 30, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,084 views

    Exposition of Nehemiah 9:1-37 about the confession of hte people made in response to the hearing of the law

    Text: Nehemiah 9:1-37, Title: Return to Contrition, Date/Place: NRBC, 12/2/07, PM A. Opening illustration: Mackenzie wanting to go the Dinosaur museum, and us not really having time, and hoping that she would forget, but three-year olds have surprisingly one-track minds over long ...read more

  • Contrite Spirit

    Contributed by Arsenio B. Segismundo on Aug 2, 2010
     | 3,760 views

    This sermon will deepen our understanding about the true meaning of contrite spirit. It will help us know what God desires and what pleases Him most.

    Topic: Contrite Spirit Text: Psalms 51:1-17 By Ptr. Jack Segismundo Jesus is Lord Church Psalm 51 1 Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion blot out my transgressions. 2 Wash away all my iniquity and ...read more

  • God Honors A Contrite Spirit

    Contributed by Val Black on Jul 14, 2006
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,789 views

    The Lord honors a contrite (broken) spirit more than a "religious" one. Often times traditons & doctrines of men appeal to the flesh but God is searching for a broken spirit to love, honor by His Presence and to renew.

    God Honors A Contrite Spirit Luke 7:36-49 Wed. Evening – July 12, 2006 I. Luke 7:36 (KJV) And one of the Pharisees desired him that he would eat with him. And he went into the Pharisee’s house, and sat down to meat (or food). The word “desired” isn’t used in other translations. Most of them ...read more

  • Contrition - The Key To Revival

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 12, 2015
     | 1,513 views

    Contrition - The Key to Revival

    Isaiah 66:1 - 4 Contrition - The Key to Revival 1. THE PRICE OF CONTRITION 2 For all those things hath mine hand made, and all those things have been, saith the LORD: but to this man will I look, even to him that is poor and of a contrite spirit, and trembleth at my word. To be ...read more

  • The Prayer Of A Contrite Heart

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Jun 8, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,656 views

    David’s prayer of contrition

    The Prayer of a Contrite Heart Psalm 51:1-19 John Shearhart June 15, 2011 Have you ever prayed for forgiveness or confessed sin more because you knew you were supposed than because you were really penitent? I have; many times. You know what I mean: you commit some sin because you want ...read more

  • How God Sees A Broken Contrite Heart

    Contributed by David Austin on May 23, 2006
    based on 37 ratings
     | 16,987 views

    The best way back to God after a life rebellion is to be broken,

    HOW GOD SEES A BROKEN CONTRITE HEART If rebellion is the worst place you can be spiritually, and it is, to have a heart that is broken and ready to receive direction from God is right where God wants you. It is the best place to be spiritually. Psa 34:18 The LORD ...read more

  • No Excuse Day---Own It & Repent

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Mar 9, 2015
     | 1,284 views

    The can be an attitude to bypass the plan of God and institute our own systems. We hear forgive yourself, that is good, but God demands us to REPENT. It is not enough to forgive yourself, we come to the foot of the cross and take ownship of our sins.

    NO EXCUSE DAY ... OWN IT AND REPENT... By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com I. EVER DREAMED OF NO EXCUSE DAY? A NO COMPLAINING DAY? Matthew 13:44 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto treasure hid in a field; the which when a man hath found, he hideth, and for joy thereof ...read more

  • What's So Blessed About Mourning Anyway?

    Contributed by Jamie Greening on May 5, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,549 views

    This is a sermon on the second beatitude. It is written in the "Lowry Loop" style and is designed to take the hearer from human mourning to godly sorrow

    Title: “What’s So Blessed About Mourning Anyway?” Text: Matthew 5:4 Purpose: To move hearers to spiritually mourn and turn toward comfort in Christ A UNIVERSAL BEATITUDE--UGH The second beatitude is the only one that feels completely universal in scope. “blessed are those who ...read more

  • Repentance Of Saints... Series

    Contributed by Suresh Manoharan on Jan 31, 2012
     | 1,219 views

    I now intend to focus on the second and concluding part of the series on "REPENTANCE" which is repentance of Saints

    CLARION CALL FOR REPENTANCE – SERIES-PART II REPENTANCE OF SAINTS My congregation would recall that in the first part of the series on the topic of repentance, the “U-turn” of ‘Sinners’ was dealt at length with ...read more

  • A Visit To The Upper Room

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Dec 18, 2012
     | 2,530 views

    A dramatic monologue with Thaddeus after the resurrection. For use with communion.

    A Visit to the Upper Room A Dramatic Monologue The setting is the upper room. The character is Thaddeus, one of the 12. He is straightening the room. Opening: Thaddeus turns is acts surprised to see someone. Oh, Hi there! You startled me. I did not expect anyone to be up here with me. ...read more

  • You Can Always Go Home (Luke 15:11-24)

    Contributed by Pastor Jeff Hughes on Jan 22, 2014
     | 5,904 views

    A sermon on the Prodigal Son, and how we can always go home to Jesus when we stray from the faith.

    You Can Always Go Home (Luke 15:11-24) Ernest Hemingway wrote a story about a father and his teenage son. In the story, the relationship had become somewhat strained, and the teenage son ran away from home. His father began a journey in search of that rebellious son. Finally, in Madrid, ...read more

  • God Is Near Us Series

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Jan 29, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,044 views

    God has good cause to be angry with us, but, because of his grace, he is not.

    Dr. Richard Cutter was my Greek professor at Baylor. One day, during class, he was lecturing along, and I was having a hard time keeping up. I glanced over at the notes of the student sitting next to me, hoping to get from him something that I had missed. That’s okay, isn’t it? I mean, ...read more

  • Brokenness

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Mar 11, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,298 views

    Are we truly a broken people with a contrite heart? We just can’t move forward in revival till we come to that place of brokenness in our lives. The simple equation is no brokenness, no revival.

    Illustration: In the latter part of the 20th century, my wife Maureena and I would covertly minister to a group of young ladies in the jabels of the Arabian Peninsula who displayed immense boldness to live out Christ through their lives daily. Some of them were nurses and a few were teachers ...read more

  • It Begins In The Heart Series

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Jul 18, 2016
    based on 7 ratings
     | 11,281 views

    This sermon, "It Begins In The Heart," is part of the Sermon on the Mount series and deals with how God looks at the attitude of our heart as much as he looks at our actions.

    Sermon on the Mount “It Begins in the Heart” Matthew 5:21-30 Before we begin it’s important we review Jesus’ last statement, and what we learned is that Jesus didn’t come to abolish or invalidate the Law, but to fulfill it, that is, to bring it to completion. And ...read more