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  • Stop The World, I Wanna Get Off! Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on May 7, 2002
    based on 75 ratings
     | 4,291 views

    In the Beginning, Part 6 of 7.

    STOP THE WORLD, I WANNA GET OFF! At the height of publicity given to a TV mini-series on Noah last year, a friend e-mailed me this insight on Noah by Don Kryer of Frontline Fellowship. Subject: Things to Learn from Noah and His Ark (1) Plan ahead. It wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark. (2) ...read more

  • Christ-Mis Assumptions

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Dec 30, 2002
    based on 114 ratings
     | 3,596 views

    Some of the same misassumptions about the Messiah that caused the people of Israel to miss the coming of the Messiah can cause us to miss God’s working in our lives. We’ll look at four Christ-mis assumptions.

    I thought about what to do for a Christmas Eve message. I thought about the angels, I thought about the baby in the manger, I thought about the busyness of the season, and carols and hot apple cider and hayrides in the snow – and my mind kept going back, back to Israel, its land and its people at ...read more

  • Reactions To The Savior's Birth

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on May 9, 2002
    based on 162 ratings
     | 5,259 views

    People have and have always had different reactions to the Christmas story.

    INTRODUCTION In the year 1769, Napoleon Bonaparte was born. In 1796, he was crossing the Alps to crush the Austrians and Sardinians. Had Dan Rather been living in the year 1809, his newscast would have focused on Austria. The attention of the world was on this man known as Napoleon as he swept ...read more

  • The Majesty Of God Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 96 ratings
     | 19,109 views

    WORSHIP THE LORD FOR HIS MAJESTY

    BIG IDEA: WORSHIP THE LORD FOR HIS MAJESTY INTRODUCTION: On March 23, 1743, when "The Messiah" was first performed in London, the king was present in the great audience. When the majesty of the Lord was proclaimed by the words of the Hallelujah Chorus, "For the Lord God omnipotent reigneth", ...read more

  • Why Must We Suffer?

    Contributed by David Taylor on Apr 18, 2003
    based on 88 ratings
     | 5,721 views

    Instruction on the handling of suffering falls short because it leaves us with the resounding question of why, and it is in this sermon we see four reasons that Paul gave on why we suffer.

    CBS News anchor Dan Rather admits he was always fascinated by the sport of boxing, even though he was never good at it. “In boxing you’re on your own; there’s no place to hide,” he says. “At the end of the match only one boxer has his hand up. That’s it. He has no one to credit or to blame except ...read more

  • Silent Night, Holy Night Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Dec 8, 2006
    based on 8 ratings
     | 7,775 views

    A sermon exploring the Biblical truth behind a favorite carol of Christmas.

    The composing of this Christmas carol had its beginning with a Christmas eve service in 1818, in the village of Oberndorf in Austria. When it was discovered that the organ in St. Nicholas Church would not function and the music planned for the Christmas Eve service could not be used, Father Joseph ...read more

  • Questions And Answers

    Contributed by Rae Fitch on May 9, 2002
    based on 15 ratings
     | 3,467 views

    Very often the answers to life’s questions only result in still more questions.

    The story is told of a man who took an evening flight on which dinner was to be served to the passengers. Of course he was in first class, so we can expect that he would have received first class service and a first class meal. He was a bit hungry as he had missed lunch that day in order to ...read more

  • Wonderful Counselor Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 7, 2008
    based on 58 ratings
     | 28,598 views

    What is a "counselor"? And what difference is Jesus as our "wonderful counselor" from the many good "counselors" listen to every day?

    OPEN: The year was 1809. The world was in an upheaval. Napoleon was sweeping through Austria and soldiers from many countries were dying on the battlefield. The fate of entire kingdoms and nations hung in the balance and the world seemed on the very edge of collapse It was 1809... And in ...read more

  • What Do You See - Giants Or God?

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jan 4, 2001
    based on 299 ratings
     | 41,188 views

    What do you see? And where are you going?

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER CENTRAL CHRISTIAN, BROWNSVILLE, TX A. I would like to call your attention to the 13th chapter of the Book of Numbers. This chapter tells about a crucial event in the history of Israel. And I believe that it is relevant to us because the way they ...read more

  • Least Likely

    Contributed by Miles Anderson on Mar 15, 2001
    based on 123 ratings
     | 1,927 views

    God can do some of the greatest things with the least likely packages.

    LEAST LIKELY Introduction: I want to talk about “Least Likely” today. It is important that some of greatest things can come from the least likely places, from the least likely people, in the least likely package. This is illustrated by the story of a Boy Scout who showed up at his troop ...read more

  • Real Refreshment Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Mar 9, 2003
    based on 56 ratings
     | 5,140 views

    We must have the courage to hear God’s Word.

    REAL REFRESHMENT Nehemiah 8:1-18 S: Courage Th: Brave Hearts Pr: WE MUST HAVE COURAGE TO HEAR GOD’S WORD. ?: What? What should we do when we hear it? KW: Responses TS: We will find in our study of Nehemiah 8:1-18 three responses we need to have when we hear God’s Word. The _____ ...read more

  • Anchored In Jesus

    Contributed by David Hicks on Nov 16, 2006
    based on 16 ratings
     | 20,140 views

    Jesus is the anchor for every believer. He will not fail to bring them home.

    Anchored in Jesus Hebrews 6:13-7:10 One of the greatest problems we face today is a lost of trust. It used to be that in the past a man’s word was a man’s word. Contracts would be signed with a simple handshake and a promise or pledge. There was little need for lawyers or documents in ...read more

  • The Race Toward Evil - Which Way Will You Run? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 22, 2005
    based on 61 ratings
     | 17,198 views

    Judah had embraced wickedness in their lives... but why? Did they just wake up one morning and say "I’m going to be wicked?"

    wOPEN: Why do people do “evil things?” About 7 years ago (8/31/98), Charles Colson wrote that “A generation of liberals in academia and government has accepted the view that if only the evils of society – such as poverty, unemployment and racism – were overcome, crime would disappear.” Former ...read more

  • Honor The Overlooked

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Sep 27, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 1,714 views

    This message consider the Shepherds that first heard of the birth of Jesus. The message gives honor to those who are often overlooked.

    Honor the Overlooked Luke 2:8-20 This morning I want to consider the Shepherds that first heard of the birth of Jesus. I want us to give honor to those who are often overlooked. Abraham Lincoln once said, "Die when I may, I want it said of me by those who know me best that I have always ...read more

  • Spiritual Examination Series

    Contributed by Mike Molenaar on Sep 19, 2001
    based on 52 ratings
     | 2,896 views

    In the face of a war against evil do we have our lives in order?

    2 Corinthians 13:5-9 I have heard news commentators and writers talk about how recent events have caused them to stop and reflect on life. Many have suggested that they have looked at their priorities to see if they have had them out of order. Many of us probably could admit that our priorities ...read more