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  • How Shall We Give To The Lord?

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Sep 9, 2004
    based on 53 ratings

    In 1 Chronicles 29:1 David says, the temple will not be for man, but for the Lord God. David then provides an example of how we should give our time, talent and treasure to the Lord.

    HOW SHALL WE GIVE TO THE LORD? 1 CHRONICLES 29:1-20 INTRODUCTION: David’s heart desire was to build a house for the Lord. But because David was a warrior who had shed blood God would not allow him to build the temple. Instead David’s son, Solomon would have that privilege. Although David would more

  • "The Church, God's Footstool"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Oct 18, 2007
    based on 17 ratings

    God does not live in a box, and his name is not Jack! The local Church should be likened unto a footstool. An easy five point outline to preach.

    Sub Title: "God’s name is not Jack!" Introduction: Although King David had accomplished many things in his life, his greatest desire was to build a Temple in God’s honor. All of the other kings and kingdoms had built great Temples to their gods, it was time, David thought, to build a Temple more

  • Funeral For A Stillborn Baby

    Contributed by Jane White on Dec 6, 2002
    based on 210 ratings

    Funeral sermon and liturgy suggestions for a full term stillborn boy.

    {All liturgical material used was from the United Methodist Book of Worship service for a stillborn child, and service for the loss of a pregnancy. I scoured the internet and other resources looking for help. The UM BOW was by far the best resource. This baby boy was born dead at term. The more

  • One Thing

    Contributed by Stuart Blount on Sep 23, 2011
    based on 19 ratings

    There are occasions to pause and ask ourselves about what is of most importance or prominence in our life, especially when our modern world asks so much and moves so fast. There are 16 times that the phrase, ONE THING, appears in scripture. Of those, th

    How often have we heard the instruction given …..”One at a time please”? The teacher surrounded by inquisitive children with a question. The Mom surrounded by children hungry for their dinner. Doing one thing at a time is the opposite from juggling many tasks. Having more

  • Dancing At The Door

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Aug 23, 2012

    The title, “Dancing at the Door” is based on the premise that no matter what the door of the situation is I walk through, God is in control. Therefore, I can dance in worship to the Lord in complete confidence.

    400 years after the building of the first Tabernacle (1462 BC). A 1,000 Years before Christ was born (1016 BC). I Chronicles16:1-2; “1-So they brought the ark of God, and set it in the midst of the tent that David had pitched for it: and they offered burnt sacrifices and peace offerings more

  • Foolishness Or Faith

    Contributed by David Radcliff on Mar 14, 2016

    I would like for us to look at one of the most fascinating and central themes of the word of God. The Lamb. And I hope as we go through this that we will see how God's ways and thoughts are higher than our own.

    Foolishness or Faith Isaiah 55:8-9 I Corinthians 1: 18 I would like for us to look at one of the most fascinating and central themes of the word of God. The Lamb. And I hope as we go through this that we will see how God's ways and thoughts are higher than our own. Events which take place more

  • The Baptist On The Threshing Floor!!!

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Nov 29, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    A look at John the Baptist prophetic description of the Christ.

    As we enter the season of advent, we think of Jesus this cute baby wrapped in swaddling clothes, in a stable in a place with a nice name, visited by the shepherds and the wise men and angels. The Christmas cards we have been brought up with show that it may have been snowing outside, and if we use 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

  • A Heart To Build - A Man After God's Own Heart Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 18, 2005
    based on 67 ratings

    God told David He didn’t want him building a Temple for Him. It’s possible to build a building God doesn’t want. Do you know what makes the difference between what He wants and what He doesn’t?

    OPEN: According to a story in R.Digest from several years ago, a great emperor named Shah Jahan once built an absolutely beautiful structure in memory of his wife of 19 years who died while bearing their 14th child. When she died, Shah Jahan left his wife’s deathbed and went straight to his more

  • Divine Rejects... Not! Series

    Contributed by Greg Nance on May 21, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    What are God’s plans for God’s people? Using personal history to interpret theology, Paul offers some surprizes.

    Divine Rejects… NOT! Romans 11 Twice in this chapter Paul says: “I ask then…” Both of these set the stage for a discussion about God’s patience and plans for his people. Here are the questions: “I ask then, has God rejected his people?” (That’s verse one). And, “So I ask, did they stumble more

  • Work: The Achievement Syndrome Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Sep 17, 2014

    Work is a necessity and can be a joy, but when our focus gets off kilter, we will not be satisfied! Solomon writes of his frustration with work and life. Let's see what we learn to avoid the frustration!

    INTRODUCTION • Video Clip from Family Man- WingClips • SLIDE #1 • Today as we conclude our Rhythm of Life series, we will explore an area of life that can get out of rhythm with the rest of our life, when this area rages out of control it will have negative effects on our more

  • The Christian View Of War

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Oct 4, 2018

    Determining the Christian's relationship to war by looking at the Bible and Church History

    Annual Sermons 18-19: Vol. 5: 1991 Bob Marcaurelle THE CHRISTIAN VIEW OF WAR (2009 Condensed) Copyright 2009 by Bob Marcaurelle bob marcaurelle Is war right? Is it moral? Can it be Christian or endorsed by God? If a Christian goes to war, should he more

  • Cleaning House

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Jul 19, 2011

    The Jesus of the Bible is consumed with passion and angry about injustices so he does something about them.

    Cleaning House July 17, 2011 John 2:13-22 Intro: For those of you who grew up going to Sunday school, how many of you remember the beloved flannelgraph? For those of you who didn’t, the flannelgraph is old-school media in church… a simple board with a background picture, more

  • David & The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jun 18, 2015

    The Holy Spirit wants to be active in our lives if we’ll let Him. He wants to make us Christ-like and help us do the work of the Kingdom right now. We’re going to look at the Holy Spirit as revealed during the life of David.

    DAVID & THE HOLY SPIRIT 1 Sam. 16:13 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. There are a lot of weddings going on. A bride was very unset after her honeymoon so her mother asked her why. 2. "Oh, mother," she began, "The honeymoon was wonderful! But on our way back, Andy started using really horrible more

  • Waiting With The Old Testament Church: Waiting With Worship

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Dec 20, 2015

    We don't need to run around trying to fix up our lives before Jesus' coming. God has already done everything necessary to get us ready for Jesus. (Sermon theme from Timothy Quill)

    Only five more sleeps until Christmas! I bet you children can’t wait. Your moms and dads on the other hand are now slightly panicking. “What, only five more days until Christmas? But there’s so much to do! We haven’t done any baking yet, and there’s the house to clean more