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  • Dios Hace Grandes Cosas Series

    Contributed by James Dina on Jul 18, 2020
     | 199 views

    Las maravillas de Dios son actos sobrenaturales más allá del entendimiento humano. A través de signos extraordinarios, el Dios de las maravillas demuestra su poder ilimitado, su presencia ineludible, su protección divina y sus propósitos soberanos.

    DIOS DE LAS MARAVILLAS Escritor de sermones - James Dina Email - jodina5@gmail.com JOB 5: 9 "Él hace cosas grandes e poco buscante,maravillas sin número" El único Dios vivo es un Dios de maravillas. ...read more

  • God Does Great Things Series

    Contributed by James Dina on Jul 14, 2020
     | 930 views

    God’s wonders are supernatural acts beyond human understanding. Through extraordinary signs, the God of wonders demonstrates His limitless power, His inescapable presence, His divine protection, and His sovereign purposes.

    GOD OF WONDERS Sermon Writer - James Dina Email - jodina5@gmail.com JOB 5:9 “Who does great things, and unsearchable, Marvelous things without number” The Only Living God is a God of wonders. We see God's wonders in His ...read more

  • Not By Bread Alone

    Contributed by Ryan Ferwerda on Mar 15, 2019
     | 1,291 views

    In the Gospel lesson from the 1st Sunday of Lent we hear Jesus say that a person does not live by bread alone. How often do we do that in our own lives however?

    “‘BOMB CYCLONE’ BLASTS THROUGH CENTRAL US”[i] This was a Thursday morning headline from CNN’s website, highlighting the historic late winter storm that swept across a great portion of the central part of the United States during the middle of this week that saw lots of people being affected by ...read more

  • Scriptural Ways To Handle Temptation

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 12, 2019
     | 2,444 views

    First Sunday of Lent, Year C

    The sign outside Immanuel Lutheran Church in Burnside, Iowa, “Lent is not the fuzz in your navel.”  “Led by the Spirit into the desert for forty days,…” The desert experience can be the place of mature repentance and conversion.. Basically, the desert represents a stripping away so as to make ...read more

  • Give Thanks To God

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Aug 24, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,185 views

    Jesus invites us to take part in his feast for the soul. He urges us to eat until we are full. Only he can satisfy our deepest hunger-the quest for eternal fellowship with him. Our main purpose in life is to get spiritual nourishment and eternal life.

    A country preacher decided to skip services one Sunday morning to spend the day hiking in the wilderness. Rounding a sharp bend in the trail, he collided with a bear and was sent tumbling down a steep grade. He landed on a rock and broke both legs. With the ferocious bear charging at him from a ...read more

  • Present Provision And Past Deliverance

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Oct 13, 2013
    based on 6 ratings
     | 5,135 views

    The presentation of the first of the first-fruits as an occasion of Thanksgiving.

    PRESENT PROVISION AND PAST DELIVERANCE. Deuteronomy 26:1-11. 1. THE ONE WHOM WE WORSHIP. It was the LORD their God who was going to bring Israel into the land of their inheritance (Deuteronomy 26:1). It was the LORD their God, not the Canaanites’ Baal, who would give them bountiful harvests ...read more

  • First Responders Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Mar 15, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,378 views

    When we present our first fruits to God we confess our dependence on him and trust in him.

  • First Fruits Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on May 27, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 12,773 views

    We build a "Life of Stewardship" in the offering of "Firstfruits", when we:1) Use God’s gift to His fullest Expectations. (Deuteronomy 26:1), 2) Return to God the first of everything He has given you (Deuteronomy 26:2-4), 3) Share the story of God’s goodn

  • Grateful Worship

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Feb 24, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,851 views

    A very short talk given at a midweek Communion service, looking at the firstfruits brought to the Temple. Today, our offerings should also be used to bless the foreigner, the asylum seeker and the Priest!

    I wonder how you will react when in just a moment I rephrase verse eleven of this Bible reading. We’ve just heard about an important act of worship in the life of Israel. As a response of thanks and praise to God for bringing them into the Land he promised (26:3), worshippers were required ...read more

  • Remembering The Giver

    Contributed by Jerry Blaxton on Feb 20, 2010
    based on 6 ratings
     | 8,167 views

    In the offering of the firstfruits, we are reminded that God is the giver of all good things.

    Title: Remembering the Giver Scripture: Deut 26:1-11 As we give our offerings, we should rejoice in all that God has given us. 1. H_________________, vv. 1-3, 9 Israel is one of the tiniest nations on earth... only about __________ sq. miles. BUT God actually gave them a land that had ...read more

  • Another Thanksgiving Sunday?

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Oct 18, 2008
     | 5,984 views

    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 ...read more

  • Remembering Our Anniversary

    Contributed by Aaron Kilbourn on Jul 23, 2008
    based on 8 ratings
     | 8,813 views

    We remember 9/11 not to dwell on the past but look to the future and remember what this day has taught us.

    Deuteronomy 26: 1 – 11 reads, “And it shall be, when you come into the land which the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance, and you possess it and dwell in it, that you shall take some of the first of all produce of the ground, which you shall bring from your land that the Lord your God is ...read more

  • Lenton Season

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Oct 22, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 7,970 views

    What was lent supposed to remind us of? What does lent remind us of?

    Some thoughts on the Lenten Season Lent, known to be the oldest ritual in Church. It came into existence as early as 130 AD. The observation of lent began as a season of penance, driven by the example set by Lord Jesus Christ during his 40 days of fasting in the desert where he overcame the ...read more

  • Worship The Lord With Offerings" Not "Surrenderings"

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Feb 25, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,616 views

    Worship the Lord with "Offerings" not "Surrenderings" 1) Because He chose us; 2) Because He saved us; 3) Because He blesses us

    Last Wednesday, Ash Wednesday, marked the beginning of Lent. It’s traditional in many circles to give up something during these forty days before Easter. Some people give up coffee. Others give up meat. Catholics in Germany are being urged to give up driving this Lent. What have you given up? ...read more

  • A Life Of Thanksgiving To God

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Feb 25, 2007
    based on 8 ratings
     | 5,002 views

    A sermon for thanksgiving day, based on Deuteronomy 26:1-11 highlighting 4 areas of our lives we can thank God for.

    (a story of being thankful for something positive) Rudyard Kipling was a great writer and poet. Many people enjoy reading The Jungle Book. Kipling, unlike many older writers was able to enjoy his success and his money. Apparently one day a journalist approached him and said, "Mr. Kipling, I ...read more