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  • Thanksgiving Is Our Dialect

    Contributed by William Sigmon on Dec 7, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,072 views

    In the midst of trouble and strife, we are commanded to give thanks to God for the gift of his holy word, even when it seems to make no sense.

    Thanksgiving is Our Dialect This is a difficult time and a blessed time - all at the same time - for our church. It is a difficult time because there is incredible strife in the world around us, and no small amount of strife within the church. People are struggling around us, watching their ...read more

  • "Who Does Not Thank For Little Will Not Thank For Much”

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Nov 19, 2006
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,571 views

    Why should we give thanks to God? For (a) He is good to us; (b) His mercies / love endures forever in our lives; (c) His faithfulness continues through all our generations.

    Introduction: Pastor Allen tells about a veteran missionary who came up to him one day after he had delivered his sermon. The missionary introduced himself and said, "I was a medical missionary for many years in India. And I served in a region where there was progressive blindness. People were ...read more

  • Pentecost: Power To Change

    Contributed by Tom Clawser, M. Div. on Jun 7, 2017
     | 2,019 views

    The Holy Spirit is the power of Christ manifest in the Believer; how are you using that power?

    American revivalist Charles Finney often spoke of how God gave him mighty infillings of the Holy Spirit. At one point, he wrote of infillings …that went through me, as it seemed, body and soul. I immediately found myself endued with such power from on high that a few words dropped here and there ...read more

  • Failure Of Dan Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 19, 2018
     | 387 views

    The debased Amorites were a gangrenous limb of the human race. After bearing with them for hundreds of years, God decided that the only solution was amputation.

    Chapter 7 Failure of Dan [Judges 1:34-36] Scripture 34 And the Amorites forced the children of Dan into the mountain: for they would not suffer them to come down to the valley: 35 But the Amorites would dwell in mount Heres in Aijalon, and in Shaalbim: yet the hand of the ...read more

  • Mount Of Transfiguration

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Aug 9, 2004
    based on 15 ratings
     | 2,758 views

    Jesus has come to complete the work of Moses and Elijah through his death on the cross.

    Sunday March 12, 2000 New Tribes Mission is a pioneer missionary organization. They target tribes who have never before heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. One of their primary aims has been to translate the Word of God into the language of the tribe. Thirty years ago, a missionary would go ...read more

  • The Sin Of Carelessness

    Contributed by Ryan Davis on Oct 9, 2005
    based on 30 ratings
     | 5,658 views

    We need to give heed to our lives. Being careless with our spiritual lives shows that we are not concerned with leading others to Christ

    THE SIN OF CARELESSNESS I Kings 20:39-40 1 Kings 20:39 And as the king passed by, he cried unto the king: and he said, Thy servant went out into the midst of the battle; and, behold, a man turned aside, and brought a man unto me, and said, Keep this man: if by any means he be missing, then shall ...read more

  • Speaking In Tongues Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Apr 2, 2015
     | 1,802 views

    What is the miracle of Pentecost all about?

    Speaking in Tongues Acts 2:2-11 When the topic of speaking in tongues is brought up in churches, a storm of questions are asked. Were these tongues at Pentecost known languages or unknown tongues? Is speaking in tongues the initial evidence and proof of Spirit baptism? Does one need to speak in ...read more

  • Is Revival Possible Today?

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jul 5, 2004
    based on 201 ratings
     | 14,497 views

    A message encouraging church members to get prepared for revival.

    IS REVIVAL POSSIBLE TODAY? Acts 2:1-8, 37-47 INTRO: The year was 1726. It began with two men. Frelingheysen and Gilbert Tennant. Later joined by Jonathan Edwards, revival spread across the whole New England area, until 150 communities were involved. Later, John Wesley, had a similar experience ...read more

  • The Progressive Guidance Of God

    Contributed by Joe Jones on Feb 27, 2001
    based on 80 ratings
     | 2,077 views

    One of the wonderful things about the Christian life is that it is ever-changing. There are no boring days when we can wake up each day to serve a God whose mercies are “new every morning”.

    One of the wonderful things about the Christian life is that it is ever-changing. There are no boring days when we can wake up each day to serve a God whose mercies are “new every morning”. His guidance is constant and consistent…he’s the tour guide that never gets out ahead of you….the tour ...read more

  • Symbol Of Salvation

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jun 5, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 927 views

    A Lord’s Supper Devotional.

    SYMBOL OF SALVATION Ephesians 1:3-7 INTRO: I once heard the story of a Bible translator telling about his search for a word in the African dialect to translate the English word redemption or salvation. Finally, an African working with the translator suggested that he use the phrase, “he took ...read more

  • Light A Fire

    Contributed by Richard White on Apr 26, 2008
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,620 views

    On the Day of Pentecost God sent Fire to start the Church. Does God need to send that fire again?

    Light a Fire Acts 2:1-38 Pentecost: Literally means Fiftieth. It was to be celebrated on the "day after the seventh Sabbath" and hence on the fiftieth day after Passover. It was originally the festival of the first fruits of the grain harvest. It is a commemorative of the day of the giving of ...read more

  • "I, Paul, Prisoner" Series

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Jan 19, 2003
    based on 18 ratings
     | 2,723 views

    He was not Rome’s prisoner, he was Christ’s! (#1 in The Unfathomable Love of Christ series on Eph 3 & 4) See the "Every Spiritual Blessing" series on Ephesians 1 & 2.

    As we enter this third chapter of Ephesians, I want to remind you that when Paul wrote his letters, they were simply that. Personal letters to the churches, establishing doctrine, settling disputes, giving assurance, offering encouragement, requesting prayer, but over all else, exalting the ...read more

  • Strong Men (And Women Too)

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 2, 2004
    based on 79 ratings
     | 2,420 views

    For Black History Month; using the poetry of Sterling A. Brown, "Strong Men", to illuminate the African-American experience and to connect with Paul’s analysis of the source of strength.

    Bill Cosby has a routine about little old ladies who stand around looking cool. He says that if you mess with one of these harmless-looking, gray-haired little old ladies, don’t imagine that you can take them on and win. Says Cosby, you ought never to mess with a little old lady standing around ...read more

  • Keeping Up Appearances Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Mar 10, 2010
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,211 views

    Do we equate the things we love about our Churches with the authority of Scripture? You bet we do.

    What is the most authoritative part of the Bible? Is the New Testament the most authoritative part of the Bible? The New Testament is the New Covenant that Jesus Christ gave to us, that sure is a powerful thing. Could the Gospels be the most authoritative part of the Bible, because they are ...read more

  • Fire At The Church

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jun 12, 2011
     | 2,642 views

    The day of Pentecost signified the birth of the Church.

    The Village atheist was not a bad man, he just didn’t believe. He was not interested in church…and there was only one in the village. It was cold and dead—a social club, with nothing really going on, no impact on the community at all. One day the church building caught on fire, ...read more