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  • W Is For Walk Series

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on May 30, 2007
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    A study of the word "walk" is Scripture.

    Introduction 1. On his sixteenth birthday a son approached his father and said, "Dad, I’m sixteen now. When I get my license, can I drive the family car?" His dad looked at him and said, "Son, driving the car takes maturity, and first, you must prove that you are responsible enough. And more

  • Another Thanksgiving Sunday?

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Oct 18, 2008

    It is a tradition to celebbrate Thanksgiving Sundays and Harvest Festivals in our Churches. The Lord had given detailed instructions to Moses about these rituals or Liturgy. However, what do all these rituals mean to us? Do they have any significance in t

    Another Thanksgiving Sunday? There are some books of the Old testament that are rarely read. Deuteronomy is not too bad. Many of us would have browsed through the book of Deuteronomy some time or the other. However, I am not sure how much each of us will score if we do a Bible Quiz on more

  • The Blessing Of Tithing

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Feb 22, 2021

    It is easy to take the credit for our success. But if we understand where all blessing comes from, we start to realize that this is something that God has granted. Then we rejoice as we give, and we are glad to show him our gratitude.

    They say that it’s bad manners to bring up certain topics in public. One of these sensitive issues is money. We could talk about finances in a general way—interest rates, property taxes, the markets—but when it comes to personal finance, it’s a different story. It’s not polite to talk about how more

  • The Great Prayer Of Power

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 25, 2023

    Since Our Lord has taught us to do this, the prayer for enemies must be the most effective prayer we can ever raise to God.

    Saturday of the First Week in Lent 2023 The command to “be perfect as your heavenly Father” can be very scary, especially to a young person. As kids, we constantly push the boundaries of conduct that is unacceptable to mom and dad. And they constantly reiterate the boundaries, unless they wimp out more

  • "majestic!" Series Introduction Series

    Contributed by Dennis Munn on Feb 10, 2023

    This is a series that will be centered around the calling, the commitment, the consecration, and the completeness, of the life God has brought you into via the New Birth.

    “Majestic” Series Series Introduction, 1-1-2023 1st Peter 2:9 Introduction: New Year’s Day. January 1st, 2023. It’s not often that the first day of the year lands on a Sunday, but I can’t think of a better day for it than a Sunday. Not that it’s sacred to God or anything, or that the turning more

  • Playing No Favorites--Like God Does Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 28, 2023

    Jesus tells us today not just to forgive our enemies, something we heard earlier in the Gospel, but to wish them well, to do good to them, and, yes, to love them.

    Saturday of the First Week of Lent 2023 One of the worst heresies of the past two thousand years, an opinion that keeps coming back with almost predictable regularity, is the error first heard in early times from Marcion. The idea is that the God of the OT was a harsh, vindictive judge, almost more

  • How We Can Be Called "blessed" Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 20, 2024

    The Law is good, but the command of Jesus makes it even better.

    Saturday of First Week in Lent 2023 Today the psalmist declares: “Blessed are those whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the LORD! Blessed are those who keep his testimonies, who seek him with their whole heart.” These words begin the longest psalm in the Bible, psalm 119, which is a more