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  • From Curiosity To Conversion

    Contributed by Sol Madlambayan on Sep 26, 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 3 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

    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. It is a fact that people make decisions in life 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.

    LUKE 7:36-50 INNOCUOUS INTRUDER INSPIRES INSTRUCTIONS I: THE INTELLECTUAL: LUKE 7:36 A. Interest. B. Intimidate. C. Indulgence. II. THE INTRUDER: LUKE 7:37-38 A, Irony. B. Invisibility. C. more

  • Do We Have A Printout?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 23, 2004
    based on 47 ratings

    Funeral service for Kathleen Brown Hardman, adult learner and president of a Sunday School class designed for beginning Bible students. Curiosity is good; curiosity for the Bible is better; a thirst for the life offered in the Bible is best.

    The portrait says it all. A triumphant face, not especially youthful, but in a cap and gown, the symbols of academic achievement. The portrait says, “I’ve done it. I’ve learned something.” Whose is this smiling face? Is this some malingerer, who put off, for far too long, getting her basic more

  • The Suffering Servant

    Contributed by Gregory Fisher on Jul 6, 2004
    based on 85 ratings

    I preach weekly to a congregation that sometimes include Muslims and Hindus who are coming out of curiosity. This is a Christological sermon for sure.

    The Suffering Servant Text: Isaiah 52:13-53:12 Isaiah 52:13-53:12 form for us a wonderful picture of the Lord Jesus Christ The Old Testament is full of “Types and Shadows” of what is to come in the New Testament. These “Types and Shadows” were meant to prepare us for the reality more

  • Are We There Yet: Hope And The Curious People Of God Series

    Contributed by Philip Gill on Jun 22, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    In Luke 21.25-28, Jesus turns the curiosity about the end times into living in the present with hope for God’s purposes.

    Sermon for the first Sunday in Advent 2006 Like a similar passage in Mark, today’s Gospel forms part of Jesus’ response to discussions about the end times. For some people curiosity about the end has continued unabated down through the centuries despite Jesus’ encouragement to concentrate on 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

  • The Curious Case Of A Man Named Philip

    Contributed by Shane Hargrave on Aug 4, 2009
    based on 22 ratings

    A look at the story of Philip in Acts 8. This message is one that focuses on God’s timing and takes a look at how God can bring something good from something bad.

    The Curious Case of a Man Named Philip Acts 8 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – Story of a man who was born old and grew young. That’s not such a new concept. Have you ever heard the statement… Youth is wasted on the young? I never really understood that until I got a little more

  • When Jesus Went To College

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 4, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Student Day at Christmas message. Jesus demonstrated curiosity, He shared what He knew, but above all He understood that relationships are paramount.

    Aren’t babies wonderful? Babies are so sweet and so soft and cuddly. Everybody loves babies. Never mind, as some wit has put it, that a baby is nothing but a digestive system with a loud voice at one end and total irresponsibility at the other! Despite all that, everyone loves babies. That, of more

  • The Half Was Not Told

    Contributed by Alvin Hathaway, Sr. on May 22, 2011
    based on 10 ratings

    The Story of Solomon and The Queen of Sheba combines history and mystery. It is our history and the half has not been told.

    Sunday, February 1, 2009 “The Half was not told” I Kings 10: 1 – 10 One of the most intriguing stories that combine our Afro-Centric history with a story of love is the meeting and conversation between King Solomon and The Queen of Sheba. This story reminds me that more

  • Have You Lost The Wonder In The Wonderful Counselor?

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Aug 11, 2008
    based on 33 ratings

    Today it seems that many Christians have lost the sense of excitement, surprise and curiosity to know more about the wonderful Counselor? Here are nine ways to rejuvenate that sense of wonderment about the Lord we love.

    How to Regain the Sense of Wonder of the Wonderful Counselor (Isa 9:6-15) His name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. (Isa 9:6) In the context of this chapter the Israelites are going through a period of darkness, despair and depression. In more