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  • Dealing With Correction Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Feb 3, 2010
    based on 8 ratings

    What the Bible says about correction? Why we need correction? Who can correct me as a person? How to deal with receiving correction?

    Follow us on: Website: Facebook: Instagram: YouTube: Dealing with correction Introduction: We usually like to associate ourselves more

  • Fiddle Vs. Violin; Staff Vs. Rod

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 11, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me, let us consider the difference between correction and punishment.

    Fiddle vs. Violin? Staff vs Rod? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr INTRODUCTION: Seems many people today do not know the difference in punishment and correction. I was speaking at a church in Clinton, Ky. The Sunday School teacher did a very good job. In his lesson he said there more

  • The Holy Spirit, The Spirit Of Correction And His Corrective Ministry. Series

    Contributed by Patrick Usifo on Sep 19, 2017

    I have always wondered what the prison has in common with the church. But the prison is not a church. But it can teach us how God corrects a believer. The Spirit of God is the Spirit of Correction. He corrects us that we may be fit for the kingdom of God

    Text: 2 Timothy 1:7 From my observation and from others who have testified to the manner in which the Bible unravel the truth. It is possible to read a passage of scripture hundreds of time without grasping the hidden meaning. Only the Spirit of God can turn on the light in conveying truth by more

  • Receiving Correction

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on Jun 28, 2001
    based on 58 ratings

    Why is the church in America so immature? I believe it is because the church does not want accountability. No one wants to be corrected. We must learn how to receive a corrective word.

    Receiving A Corrective Word Matt 18:3-4  Free to offenses, free to serve, free to grow  Why is the church in America so immature?  Because the church does not want accountability.  No one wants to be corrected.  The church must learn how to receive a more

  • Care Enough To Correct Series

    Contributed by Tim Pollock on May 18, 2016

    Sermon Series by Dr. Tim Pollock

    Motivating our sons and daughters to pursue a path of godliness isn’t always easy. It takes courage to stay the course and to stand our ground without losing heart. As Gods agents of change, parents must have love and the power of the Holy Spirit within in order to be successful. Seven more

  • "rebuking And Correcting" With The Bible Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Aug 23, 2020

    What does it mean to "rebuke and correct" someone with Scriptures?

    We continue our Message Series on the Word of God. Our key passage for this Message Series is 2 Timothy 3:16-17…………… Let us always keep this in mind, The Word of God is good for making people do good! And so, whether we are just reading it, when we study and teach it, rebuke and correct someone, more

  • The Father's Love And Discipline Series

    Contributed by Rudolf E. Y. Mensah on Dec 15, 2021

    Correction is not hatred. It is an act of love. No one corrects his enemy to become good or be better. A good and loving father will always correct his child going wayward.

    *SPIRITUAL GROWTH ENHANCERS* Revelation 3:19, NASB: "Those whom I love, I rebuke and discipline; therefore be zealous and repent." THE FATHER'S LOVE AND DISCIPLINE Correction is not hatred. It is an act of love. No one corrects his enemy to become good or be better. A good and more

  • Twenty-Third Sunday In Ordinary Time, Year A: Fraternal Correction In 632 Words

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 7, 2023

    God’s watchful eye.

    On the backside of a one-dollar bill, we are reminded that we are being watched; that eye on top of a pyramid is officially called “the eye of providence: God’s watchful eye.” Although the masons, still today a forbidden group for Catholics to join, adopted the image, the eye was actually added by more

  • The Pharisees: Stuck In Correctness Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jun 29, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    It is easier to be smug than satisfied, to be correct than compassionate, to be religious than real. What we need to do is to cry, "Lord forgive my sin."

    The surest formula for unhappiness is have to be right, all of the time. If you are expected to be one hundred percent correct, never making a mistake, no blunders allowed, then you are asking for a serious heart attack, for high blood pressure, and for plain old unhappiness. It’s an awesome burden more

  • Chastening May Seem Grievious

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Jun 27, 2019

    There are 2 kinds of discipline: 1. Discipline by others. 2. Self-discipline. We must not despise chastening. God has a plan and a purpose. Pruning produces much fruit.

    CHASTENING MAY SEEM GREVIOUS? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. TEXT: Proverbs 3:11 My son, despise not the chastening of the LORD; neither be weary of his correction: Hebrews 12:5 And ye have forgotten the exhortation which speaketh unto you as unto children, My son, despise more

  • Life-Giving Reproof Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on May 16, 2012
    based on 9 ratings

    Reproof is a very positive use of speech, provided it's motivated by love and directed by wisdom. Rebuke is not pleasant to our fallen nature but we learn to value it for the results it brings. The best and wisest of us falls short and has much to learn &

    PROVERBS 15: 31-32 LIFE-GIVING REPROOF Reproof is a very positive use of speech, provided it's motivated by love and directed by wisdom. Reproof though can be a difficult pill to swallow, but godly reproof is precious to the soul. It can be bitter to the taste but like medicine, it aids more

  • The Biblically Correct Mother

    Contributed by Tony Fox on May 16, 2016

    In these days of political correctness, the serious Christian mother must make a choice between being politically correct or biblically correct.

    The Politically Correct or Biblically Correct Mother? May 8, 2016, A.M. (2Timothy 1:3-8) Command Baptist Church I thank God, whom I serve from my forefathers with pure conscience, that without ceasing I have remembrance of thee in my prayers night and day; Greatly desiring to see thee, being more

  • You Are A Child Of God Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Jun 16, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    Biologically all of us have an earthly father. Spiritually we have a heavenly Father.

    It’s Fathers day, and tonight I want to simply remind you that you are a child of God. We are all children no matter how old we are. You and I, in a sense, will always be a child. Biologically all of us have an earthly father. Spiritually we have a heavenly Father. You and I did not just more

  • Straight Talk About Spanking

    Contributed by Todd Stiles on Dec 4, 2006
    based on 40 ratings

    This no-nonsense and short sermon about spanking will cut to the chase about child discipline.

    Straight Talk About Spanking ~A Biblical Perspective on the Meaning of “Rod”~ If you’ve heard it once you’ve heard it 1,000 times – “Spare the rod, spoil the child.” But is that really in the Bible? Well, yes and no. Technically, that exact phrase is not in the Scriptures. But the principle is more

  • Orthopedic Christianity Series

    Contributed by Patrick Mead on Nov 23, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    What takes place in these verses is orthopedic Christianity: one Christian correcting another in his walk with the Lord.

    Orthopedic Christianity Galatians 2:11-14 Introduction: Isn’t it amazing how orthopedic medicine corrected Forest Gump’s problem and enabled him to run like he did. Orthopedic medicine gave us, “Run, Forest, Run.” Orthopedics is a branch of medicine, according to Webster’s Dictionary, that is more