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  • Prattle And Covetous Materialism

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Nov 5, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    Do we covet others' materials? Do we engage in idle, unhealthy conversations?

    Prattle and Covetous Materialism Micah 2:1-12 In this Old Testament reading, we can readily categorize the message in two major parts. This Prophet Micah warns against 1) Covetous Materialism and 2) Idle Prattle. “Covetous Materialism” – Wanting to have the most and the best. We see more

  • Divine Grace For The Soul

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Jan 23, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Salt without prescribing how much is what king Cyrus offered the children of Israel. Knowing the salt or divine grace that God has provided us is the key to driving out coveting within our lives and is also the key to feeling unspeakable joy!

    Salt Without Prescribing How Much Ezra 7:22 Online Sermon: Knowing that there is limited amount resources tends to motivate us to seek to obtain and protect not only what we need but also what we think will be the greatest source of joy in our lives. more

  • Thinking Jesus Style Series

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Jul 13, 2016
    based on 2 ratings

    In answering the young man's question concerning his inheritance Jesus focuses on two deep truths: 1. Who we are is more important that what we possess 2. We are to worship the Creator and not the Creation

    Scripture: Luke 12:13-21 and Colossians 3:1-17 Title: Just Thinking Like Jesus Proposition: In answering the young man's question concerning his inheritance Jesus focuses on two deep truths: 1. Who we are is more important that what we possess 2. We are to worship the Creator and not the more

  • Breaking Bondages

    Contributed by Kurt Heisey on May 31, 2002
    based on 51 ratings

    For bondages to be broken we must deal with sin: that we have committed and that which has been committed against us, then we can be free.

    Breaking Bondages VCC August 19, 2000 Intro:God Wants Us Free! Last week we saw the importance of dealing with sin issues. Acts 10:38,39 -- “God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for more

  • Giving It Away Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Dec 19, 2012

    Money is a major challenge for anyone who wants to be a follower of Jesus and a child of God.

    The Feast of Great Joy Too many of us worship at the “Shrine of the Golden Arches” In Dangers, Toils & Snares, John Ortberg writes: When we take our children to the shrine of the Golden Arches, they always lust for the meal that comes with a cheap little prize, a combination more

  • Therefore, Do Not Be Anxious!

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Feb 11, 2021

    Jesus isn't simply telling us not to be anxious. He's calling us to have a completely different attitude towards material possessions and material needs from the rich fool; to be confident in God and in that confidence, to be rich towards God and others.

    ‘Do not be anxious.’ That’s what Jesus told his disciples. If only! we might think. Can we banish anxiety from our hearts simply because Jesus tells us to? We’re in a series in Luke, following Jesus and his disciples on their journey from Galilee down to Jerusalem. Their journey starts in Luke more

  • Different Motives Series

    Contributed by Sean Harder on Dec 18, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Abram learns from mistakes and his motives change allowing God to make the decisions for him.

    Years ago I was working two jobs trying to get into professional golf. One of those was a courier job where you had to use your own vehicle. I had a very reliable Honda civic hatchback, great for driving in the city, a fair bit of space in the back with the seat folded down. It was the best car I more

  • What If Jesus Had Not Come

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Oct 12, 2020

    Today, we want to imagine for a moment what would life be like if Jesus hadn’t been born. Jesus Himself raised that question the night before He was crucified...

    This time of the year we are bombarded with the programming of the season. Many of these television specials have the word “Christmas” in their title or somewhere in their script but most fail in pointing out the true meaning of Christmas— that God became man and dwelt among us that God the Son more