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  • From Curiosity To Conversion

    Contributed by Sol Madlambayan on Sep 24, 2003
    based on 40 ratings

    Life changing experience its reality.

    August 10, 2003 HOLY SPIRIT BLESS US LUKE 19: 1-10 (From Curiosity to Conversion) A Chief of the IRS way back in Jesus’ times was converted to Christ! Is that good news to you? I really love this story because of the fact that no matter what position/status you have, conversion must take more

  • Exercise Your Curiosity Correctly

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jun 16, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Exercise Your Curiosity Correctly 1) The curiosity of unbelief questions God’s ways 2) The curiosity of faith accepts God’s answers

    Curiosity killed the cat. At least that’s what people say when you’re asking questions they aren’t comfortable answering. Is curiosity a bad thing then? Not necessarily. Thanks to curious people and their inventions we have life-saving medicines and can travel from here to the other side of the more

  • When Curiosity Isn't Enough

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 13, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    It is not enough to be curious about Christ, keeping your distance or living in the world unequipped. If you are merely curious, come closer and you will grow and mature.

    We have a new puppy at our house. She’s about 11 weeks old. And is she ever curious! She is curious about everything. There is nothing that escapes her attention, and nothing that does not interest her. She has to sniff at the house plants; she pulls at the towels; she tugs at the bedspread more

  • The Opened Gate

    Contributed by Darren Sirmans on Sep 6, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    There are certain seasons when you enter into His gate with praises, present your body as a living sacrifice holy and exceptable to God.

    Ezekiel 46 : 1 - 6 Six days have passed in the inner courts; a gate is still closed at the inner court yard Jesus says let’s go all of my people and, we all shall say where you lead; we will follow; Jesus leads us to open the gate on the Sabbath of the new moon because the gate has been more

  • Wise And Wiser Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on May 22, 2017

    Wisdom is about making good choices, and it is also about know what to typically expect in life and in dealing with otherås. We can always gain more wisdom as we incorporate particular concepts.

    Wise and Wiser (Proverbs 25:1-7) 1. Last week, I finally carved out some time to water blast our back deck. Between rain, cold, and busy schedules, it was no easy task. 2. Neither is water blasting. Last time I did it, 3 years ago, not such a good result; it would cut little trails into the more

  • Vision And Dream

    Contributed by Pastor Dauda Adamu on Feb 16, 2012
    based on 8 ratings

    to help people have biblical understanding of vision and dream

  • Candlemas And How The Service Didn't Go As Planned

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jan 28, 2022

    The Curiosity of Candlemas

    Presentation of Christ in the Temple Story: I came across this interesting snippet the other day on the web for the computer buffs among you. At a recent computer expo, COMDEX, Bill Gates reportedly compared the computer industry with the car industry and is reputed to have said:, "If more

  • Who Art Thou Or What Wilt Thou Have Me To Do

    Contributed by D. Walls on Feb 15, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    Saul had questions that could not be answered except by the Lord.

    WHO ART THOU, LORD? OR WHAT WILT THOU HAVE ME TO DO? B.R.: ACTS 5:34-39; ACTS 9:1-16; TEXT: Act 9:5 And he said, Who art thou, Lord? And the Lord said, I am Jesus whom thou persecutest: it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks. Introduction: The mind of Saul was in pain as he more

  • Are You Laying Up Trash Or Treasure?

    Contributed by Roshelle Deas Roberson on Jan 30, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    There are three compositions of man that affect the kind of treasure he owns, his eyes, his heart, and his mind.

    Theme: Earthly treasures come in many sizes and shapes. They can be corruptible or incorruptible. There are three compositions of man that affect the kind of treasure he owns, his eyes, his heart, and his mind. The owner of the treasure can easily corrupt it, due to the fact that he has easy more

  • Three Responses To Jesus Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Feb 3, 2021

    Mark 3: 7-12 presents a broad summary of the ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ thus far, getting the attention of three groups of people; those who are committed to Him; those who are curious about Him, and those who are hostile. Where do you stand?

    The five verses that are presented here have been described by noted pastor and author John MacArthur as "a sweeping summary" of Jesus' work, describing the growing impact of the LORD'S ministry among HIs people and those outside of Judea. By now, multitudes are following Him, more

  • Never Abandoned.

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Jan 28, 2015

    God never forsakes us even when we wrong, but how he wish to bless and lead us if we return to him.

    Follow us on: Website: Facebook: Instagram: YouTube: A lot of people go through life without enthusiasm, joy, or excitement for the more

  • Innocous Intruder Inspires Instruction Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Aug 10, 2008

    Siomon the Pharisee wanted to prove Jesus a charlatan and a fake. He invited Him for a meal at his house to prove his point, only to find that Jesus was real and he, simon, was the fake.

  • Who Hath Bewitched You?

    Contributed by Adeolu Akin-Abraham on Dec 2, 2009
    based on 16 ratings

    When Paul wrote to the churches in Galatia about his concerns he described the people as being "foolish." He also questioned whether they had been bewitched. It is not far-fetched to sometimes describe a person’s action or decision as being foolish.

  • Why Zacchaeus Climbed The Tree

    Contributed by Bo Dunford on Dec 22, 2000
    based on 160 ratings

    The curiosity of an unbeliever led to salvation

    LUKE 19:1-10 "WHY ZACCHAEUS CLIMBED THE TREE" A) Zacchaeus was a very rich man. * This is the only time the title "chief" is used with a tax collector. * This probably means that he was the head of the local taxation office. * Therefore, Zacchaeus would be responsible to the Roman government more

  • Defeating Boredom

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 2, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    Our approach toward life is the greatest factor in determining whether we find life as a Christian boring or filled with wonder and interest.

    Defeating Boredom (topical) 1. I really do not want to bore you with today’s sermon because my theme is boredom! 2. America is suffering from a plague of boredom. And this boredom is wasting lives, destroying families, and makes us a nation of depressed people who escape life and boredom by more