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  • Vanities, Poverty And Destitution Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 22, 2018

    We must find in our heart the vast chasm, the infinite need that only Infinite Goodness and Truth and Beauty can fill.

    Thursday of the 24th Week in Course 2018 St. Vincent de Paul The book we call Ecclesiastes is often referred to as Qoheleth, for the Hebrew name of the author, here called “the Preacher.” The first words form one of the major themes of theology, that all things human are perishable, that even what more

  • Jesus: The Destitute One Series

    Contributed by Gregory Lilly on May 29, 2013
    based on 5 ratings

    Jesus came to His own people and they rejected Him, the Sanhedrin hated Him, and even His own disciples abandoned Him in Gethsemane. Truly Jesus was destitute of companionship.

    Luke 9:58 Introduction: In our text, Jesus is not speaking of Him living in poverty, but He is speaking of His lack of normal necessities for living such as companionship and acceptance into His society. Jesus clearly is teaching His disciples and us, that to live Godly more

  • Was The Early Church Socialist, Even Communist? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 13, 2021

    Some commentators and politicians who belong to the Superficialist School of Bible Interpretation really mess up when they say Christians should be socialists because the early Church was.

    Jesus told His disciples, "Blessed are you poor" as Luke records it, and Matthew writes "Blessed are the poor in spirit." Filled with the Holy Spirit, the early Christians, or many of them, decided to take Jesus literally. They pooled their resources, as Luke records in the Acts more

  • Power Of Words Iii: God Talk Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Smith on Jul 8, 2003
    based on 29 ratings

    We speak of our destitution while God speaks of our destiny.

    The Power of Words III: God Talk <sum> Why do we speak over our life based on such temporary circumstances when God sees enough in us to speak destiny over our circumstances Judg 6:11-16 11 The angel of the LORD came and sat down under the oak in Ophrah that belonged to Joash the Abiezrite, more

  • The Wealth Test

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Sep 22, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Why is money such a common topic in Jesus’ preaching? Could it be that our wealth is a test? Could the way we handle money reveal whether we choose heaven or hell for all eternity? Let’s discuss this and the Great Reversal in Luke 16:19-31.

    Why is money such a common topic in Jesus’ preaching? Could it be that our wealth is a test? Could the way we handle money reveal whether we choose heaven or hell for all eternity? Let’s discuss this and the Great Reversal in Luke 16:19-31. Rich Luke 16:19 Jesus said, “There was a certain rich more

  • Husband, Not Baal Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 10, 2020

    How does the Gospel apply to the current unpleasantness, or any other crisis in which there is a lot of economic distress?

    Tuesday of the 19th Week in Course 2020 St. Clair Why did the people of Israel, the Chosen People of the True God, in the language of the Bible, go “whoring” after false gods, when week after week they had heard the story of their God, the One who loved them and rescued them from Egyptian slavery? more

  • Cries, Tears And Weeping

    Contributed by Seth Aryee on Nov 24, 2005
    based on 16 ratings

    This sermon is to give hope to Christians and to remember that God is with them in their Disappointments, Disillusion, Distress, and Destitution

    SERMON BY BRO. SETH A ARYEE LOCAL PREACHER, BETHANY METHODIST CHURCH, DZORWULU, ACCRAGHANA OCTOBER 7, 2001 The Bible is one place where it is certainly not the case that big boys never cry. Wherever in the Bible we find depth of feeling, in close relationships, in intercession, in more

  • Poor Naomi And Ruth

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jun 14, 2015

    Destitute and broken people are those God seeks to save. Who but the poor in spirit are prepared to receive the King of kings and enter the kingdom of heaven?

    Last week we began a study of the book of Ruth. We went through chapter one where Naomi is the chief character. Naomi is married and has two sons. They live in the bread basket of Israel, Bethlehem, but a famine hits and Naomi’s husband moves his family to Moab where he and both his sons more

  • The Great Reversal

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Sep 26, 2016

    Do we even care? Or are we so busy accumulating wealth and looking for healing for ourselves, that we don't even see the destitute poor?

  • Saint Nicholas And The Gospel Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 2, 2018

    Let’s take this story as a challenge to become more compassionate to the destitute, and provide for their education, food and shelter so they may grow spiritually, physically and emotionally in Christ.

    Thursday of the First Week of Advent 2018 Beginning any new liturgical season, we try to shake off our slumber and be more present to the Lord whom we worship. We know that we must change so that we can become more like Jesus and Mary, and so we listen to the Word of God with particular attention. more

  • Alone!

    Contributed by Johnny Creasong on Aug 11, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    Sin leaves us deserted, helpless, destitute, abandoned, without hope and without God! When Jesus carried our sins on the cross, a fellowship was broken that had always existed. Jesus was ALONE!

    Alone? Loneliness is a terrible thing! It can attack anyone…even in a crowded place. Jesus understands the feelings and the fear that come from loneliness. Today we are going to look at the most lonely time in Jesus’ life. It took place on the cross. Matthew’s gospel paints the portrait more

  • Get Ready, It’s Here

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on May 2, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Hear the setting, Barren... have not borne...have not labored... desolate. This was written as Israel was in her exile. Israel had been destitute, (disgraced as a woman without children.) However, the prophet calls for singing because the Lord had promise

    This is dedicated to all of us who are seniors, to all of you who know seniors, and to all of you who will become seniors. It pays to be able to laugh about it when you are! "WHERE is my SUNDAY paper?!" The irate customer calling the newspaper office loudly demanded to know where her Sunday more

  • The Sap Is Running!

    Contributed by Ian Johnson on Aug 24, 2004
    based on 9 ratings

    As I have spoken before our Land has been in a winter spiritually, and the vine has been bare and dead in appearance. In this winter it is not uncommon for the vineyard to look wild and destitute, the fact is however that the vine is not dead but is resti

    THE SAP IS RUNNING! Ian Johnson Aug 24, 2004 Recently I went into a vineyard and the man responsible for the pruning asked me to come and look at what was taking place. As I have spoken before our Land has been in a winter spiritually, and the vine has been bare and dead in appearance. In more

  • Genuine Truths Revealed Inside The Temple Series

    Contributed by Terry Blankenship on Jan 23, 2014

    It was Tuesday before Jesus' crucifixion. Notice how He spent His last days. He condemned the self-righteous scribes and commended the selfless giving of one poor, destitute widow,

    Countdown to Calvary Mark 12:38-44 Genuine Truths Revealed Inside the Temple Intro - 38 Then He said to them in His teaching… Outside the Temple in courtyard of women 13 shophar shaped receptacles (according to Mishnah - new shekel dues, old shekel dues, bird offerings, young birds more

  • God's Message To Us Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Mar 4, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    Without the divine intervention of God in the death of Christ, and His resurrection, man would be destitute spiritually, and following Christ would be little more than a glorified Boy Scout Troop. So here in these verses, Paul seeks to explain what it is

    GOD’S MESSAGE TO US 1 Corinthians 2:6-13 INTRODUCTION: As we have previously discussed, the Apostle Paul is concerned about one thing and one thing only – the gospel of Christ portrayed out in the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. This pervasive biblical truth is central to more