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  • Fighting The Good Fight Of Faith

    Contributed by Gerald Van Horn on Jul 31, 2006
    based on 60 ratings

    God gave the laws that deal with our warfare.

    Fighting the Good Fight of Faith by Gerald Van Horn Deuteronomy 20:1-10 God gave the laws that deal with our warfare. The emphasis is upon those who are unfit to go to battle. * The Christian life is no bed of roses or a picnic. Many paint a glamorous picture of a Christian more

  • A Time For War

    Contributed by Cole Phillips on Mar 18, 2003
    based on 213 ratings

    There is a time for everything under the sun, even war. When is the right time for war? What does God think about war? How should we fight a war? And how should a Christian respond?

    Since September 11, 2001, America has been at war. We didn’t choose to be in this war, but we were violently awakened to the reality that we are under attack, and there are those in our world today who would destroy us if they have the opportunity. Today, we are facing a war with Iraq, and many more

  • Our Personal War

    Contributed by Daren Mitchell on May 22, 2012

    In Deuteronomy 20 Moses tells the Israelite people how God wants them to conquer the promised land. He provides the principles of war. Paul tells us in Ephesians 6 that we fight a war today. Are the principles similar?

    In Deuteronomy 20 Moses tells the Israelite people how God wants them to conquer the promised land. He provides the principles of War. In short they are: 1. Don’t be afraid (vs. 1) 2. Be courageous and dependent on God (vs. 2-4) 3. Offer peace (to those outside the promised land) (vs. more

  • "Facing The Giants"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Jul 15, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    Four lousy excuses to not get involved in the fight and four New Testament reasons to consider the cause more important than the lousy excuses:

    Title: “Facing the Giants” Introduction: What to do when you are out numbered? The nation of Israel had just come into the promise land. There were battles to fight. God gives to the Joshua the instruction on how to lead your troops into battle. Preach a rousing sermon. First. Have a more

  • Thanking Our Veterans

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Nov 9, 2014
    based on 9 ratings

    We are called to remember many things, including our veterans. This sermon analyzed why and how we can show our love, appreciation and our thanks to them for all the things they have afforded our nation.

    This coming Tuesday is our yearly Veteran’s Day holiday. It is a time set apart to remember, celebrate and honor our veterans. But to do so properly, I think we should know what the word “veteran” means. So, I looked it up in the dictionary. The definition of more

  • Choosing Compassion Series

    Contributed by John Bright on May 27, 2023

    Working through the Gospel of Luke using consecutive expository preaching. Teaching sheet included at end of text.

    "Choosing Compassion" Luke 13:10-17 A sermon for 10/2/22 Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Pastor John Bright Luke 13 10 Now He was teaching in one of the synagogues on the Sabbath. 11 And behold, there was a woman who had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years, and was bent over and more

  • Diversions And Distractions: Tools Used Against Us

    Contributed by Rodney V Johnson on Feb 9, 2024
    based on 1 rating

    This message is about two of Satan's most successful tactics used against the Church- Diversions and Distractions. His goal is to divert us from the path God has us on or get us so disttacted that we become ineffectual as Christians.

    Diversions and Distractions: Tools Used Against Us Scripture: Second Corinthians 2:10-11; Joshua 9:3-14; Deuteronomy 20:10-11 The title of my message this morning is “Diversions and Distractions: Tools Used Against Us.” Paul wrote the following to the Christians in Corinth, “(10) Now whom you more