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  • On Cooking Frogs

    Contributed by Jacob Golden, Jr. on May 1, 2002
    based on 44 ratings

    A prophetic 4th of July sermon.

    ON COOKING FROGS July 2, 2000 • Independence Day Mark 6:1-6 • 2 Samuel 7:1-14a I’ve never done it or even seen it done, but I’ve been told that there are two ways to cook a frog. One way is easy, the other difficult. The difficult way is to drop the frog into a pot of boiling water. You more

  • Cooking The Books

    Contributed by Emilia Florio on Sep 13, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    This message talks about the importance of being good stewards not only of our monetary and worldly resource, but of the abundant spiritual resources God has given us as well.

    Cooking the Books Luke 16:1-17 [INTRODUCTION] Have you ever heard the expression Cooking the books? Do you know what that means? Well, it has nothing to do with cooking or cookbooks, although I suppose that if you stretch the analogy a bit, you might say that it is a bit like Weight more

  • Developing Pressure Cooked Principles Series

    Contributed by John Knight on Jul 23, 2003
    based on 32 ratings

    A look at the life of Daniel; his principles.

    Series: When Cultures Collide Topic: Developing Pressure Cooked Principles (How to have a tenacity of faith that will stand the pressures of life) June 30, 2002 Introduction: ill-A few years ago psychologist Ruth W. Berenda and her associates carried out an interesting experiment more

  • Chief Cook & Bottlewasher - Serving Series

    Contributed by Michael Norman on Apr 7, 2005
    based on 3 ratings

    Should everybody be serving in the church or is it just for paid pastors?

    Intro – Week 3 of “In the army now” series. Weve looked at: • 1 – Enlistment: Being a full-time soldier • 2 – Equipment: What weapons and defenses we have in our armoury • This week: Development. • Defined as: “Stage of growth or advancement” • You see, everybody who is recruited into the army more

  • A Happy Home And A Cooking Church Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Mar 29, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    To have a "Happy Home" and a Church which cooks...requires us to do it God’s way.

    * Years ago my dad taught me a lesson which I remember till today. As usual, I had to learn it the hard way. As I recall, he sent me into the yard to remove a rose bush. Instead of doing what he said and “digging it up”, I cut it off just below the ground and roughed up the dirt like I had dug more

  • How To Cook A Frog

    Contributed by Ricardo Rodriguez on Jul 15, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    You know too many times, we get comfortable with our settings. Hacia esto, hacia lo otro y como que el viejo hombre se quiere retoñar.

    “How to Cook a Frog!” “Como cocinar una rana” 3/4/2007 – Marsing, ID; 6/26/2008 – Burley, ID Ricardo Rodriguez - Rom 12:2 “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and more

  • The Irony Of The Cooking Pot Series

    Contributed by David Wilson on Apr 21, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    Ezekiel's vision of what is taking place in Jerusalem continues and God declares that the positive preachers among them are wrong! The crisis would not soon be over!

    VERSES 1-3: Bad Advice Now we see Ezekiel taken to the eastern gate in the city of Jerusalem where he sees a group of twenty-five men. It is interesting to note that he names several of these men. Excavations of Jerusalem have uncovered more than 250 bullae (clay seals used on official more

  • What's Cooking In Your Pot?

    Contributed by James May on Feb 14, 2013
    based on 14 ratings

    There was poison in the soup of the pot at the school of the prophets. God had to perform a miracle to make it edible. Someone threw in the wrong thing by mistake. What has been allowed to be cast into our lives that might be poisonous to our souls? W

    What’s Cooking in Your Pot? Wednesday, February 13, 2013 By Rev. James May Now I know that some of you might be asking right now, “Pastor, why are you preaching on cooking when we’re in the middle of our days of fasting?” Well, I hope I don’t make you hungry more

  • Sniff, Sniff, Sniff -- Something Is Cooking

    Contributed by Kelvin Parks on Oct 4, 2006
    based on 44 ratings

    What do you mean preach ... played crazy. David who killed a Lion and a Bear oh my ... David the ruddy Shepard boy, Jesse’s son who was anoint King, David who killed Goliath, who wrote my favorite Psalm # 23 ...I dare you call him crazy

    SNIFF, SNIFF, SNIFF -- SOMETHING IS COOKING Preached on 20 September 2006 at Greater Faith Church Baptist, Waukegan, IL Subject: SNIFF, SNIFF, SNIFF -- SOMETHING IS COOKING Bear with me for a moment as I give you brief historical, cultural, contextual analysts ... in an effort to put this more

  • Pancakes And Peanut Butter

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Dec 23, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    This is a very personal funeral message written for my grandmother, but could be adapted for anyone.

    Grandma Geri’s Message Pancakes and Peanut Butter December 17, 2008 I have had the honor of performing many funerals. Whether I know the person who has passed away or not it is always difficult to watch a family mourn. It’s always difficult to see them in pain, wishing they could have their more

  • Who Are You Serving?

    Contributed by Dean Meadows on Mar 15, 2004
    based on 50 ratings

    This is a sermon about the proper way to serve God. There is a difference between being a cook and a cook in the white house. And there is a difference between being a servant and a servant of God.

    Who Are You Serving 2 Samuel 15:15 Here we read about the loyalty of David’s servants. Absalom (David’s own son) was starting an up an uprising against David. Absalom apparently resented being ignored by his father and resented his brother Ammon going unpunished for the raping Tamar. more

  • Part 7 - Matthew 11:20-24 - Slow Cooked Or Char Grilled? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jun 18, 2010
    based on 14 ratings

    Some things in the Bible are just plain difficult to understand. Matthew 11:20-24 is one of them for me. I know, I don’t have to understand everything in God’s Word in order to believe it because I trust in God who knows what He is doing.

    Part 7 - Matthew 11:20-24 - SLOW COOKED OR CHAR GRILLED? Are there degrees of hell? I asked my friends recently this question and one of them said, "I believe Hell is a place where the presence of God and Jesus does not exist so it must be a horrible place. However, if there is any fairness to more

  • 3 Ingredients For A Successful Church.

    Contributed by Terry Hensley on Feb 4, 2002
    based on 48 ratings

    I’m not no cook, but I know that for a cook to be able to make a meal that’s just out of this world; the cook must use the right ingredients. The same emphasis is necessary for the success of a Christian in his efforts to win the lost, in this world of wi

    3 Ingredients For A Successful Church Text: Acts 17: 1-9 A. What we need in the church is some more trouble-markers! Trouble-makers? Yes, Trouble-makers! That’s what the enemies of the church called the Christians at Thessalonica. They said they were the ones, “who have caused more

  • What On Earth Am I Here For? Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Oct 1, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    This is week one of Forty Days of Purpose I’ve modified it with a survivor theme to run off of Survivor Cook Islands.

    Sitting on the beach on an island in the middle of nowhere with 19 other people who wished you weren’t there. And all you can think is “What on Earth am I Here For?” It wasn’t that long ago that life was different, more comfortable more fun and now all you have is the island, your “Team” mates more

  • The Blessed Perspective Series

    Contributed by Tim Stutler on Mar 30, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    There are two recipes in the Bible, one for blessings and one for cursings. Which one are you cooking up?