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  • Whats Right With Doubt

    Contributed by Chris Surber on Apr 15, 2009
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    Just as Thomas doubted, we all must deal with doubt. Here are some specific steps to dealing with doubt.

    “What’s Right With Doubt?” John 20:19-31 Introduction The sorcerer had fallen out of favor of the court, and the king sentenced him to death. On the day of the planned execution, the sorcerer told the king that if he would allow him to live for one year, the king could become famous around the more

  • Easter - It Is Wrong

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Apr 19, 2009
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    The news of Jesus death was wrong or at least incomplete. The news of our death can be wrong too.

    It is Wrong Well here we are. Easter, the day we celebrate the main proof point of the Christian faith. The day when we dress up a little more, attendance is a little higher, when we often make a special effort to make it to a worship service. I had a little bit of dilemma. Most of you more

  • What Will It Take?

    Contributed by Beth Garrod-Logsdon on Apr 29, 2009
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    The disciples were confused and didn’t really believe the resurrection. Yet in each gospel account Christ gave them proof so they could believe. What proof do we need to really believe what we say we believe?

    What Will It Take? Luke 24:13-49 Easter 3B “Forget what you learned in elementary school--the earth is flat as a pancake. All that stuff about the earth being round and the sun being the center of the universe is a big joke,” insisted C.K. Johnson in a 1979 interview. Mr. Johnson was more

  • Doubt, Dignity, And Discovery

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 11, 2010
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    Often we are not credible because we do not accept others’ doubt as real, nor do we permit them to retain their dignity. We are called simply to invite them on a voyage of discovery where they will find that their hurts are healed.

    What do you do when you try to help, and those you are helping are not sure they want that help? What do you say when someone has a need, you propose an answer to that need, but they don’t believe that what you want to give will really do any good? How do you help people who are not sure they more

  • Tempted And Double-Minded

    Contributed by Byron Martin on Jan 13, 2010
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    James Chapter One tells us the results of being double-minded in that we should expect nothing of God unless we can make a clear choice.

    Tempted & Double Minded Rev. Col. Byron E. Martin American Rescue Workers DC Corps READ James 1: 2-8 Illustration (from What is double-minded? A mother noticed that a friend of her teenage daughter had a tattoo of a Japanese symbol on her back. "Please more

  • Winning Against Worry

    Contributed by Donnie De Loney on Jan 17, 2010
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    It is not in God's plan for His people to worry.

    Winning Against Worry Matthew 6:25-6:34 Introduction: A sermon about "Worry" on Mother’s Day! (How fitting) If you’re a Momma, Worry is part of the territory, in the cup of motherhood. a One of favorite cartoons is "Dennis The Menace" and in this cartoon he’s more

  • Prophets For Our Spiritual Profit Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 15, 2010
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    Our faith and the church is built upon the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets. Let's note 3 truths about the Old Testament Prophets.

    Prophets for Our Spiritual Profit (2 Peter 1:19-21) 1. I love to joke about sending people a Groundhog's Day card. 2. If there ever was a minor holiday, if it could be called that, it is Groundhog's Day. 3. David Roper writes: Punxsutawney Phil is a groundhog that comes out of his burrow more

  • Expect Doubt Series

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Feb 28, 2010
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    In the world today Christians live in a sea of skepticism and doubt. And when you’re swimming in doubt, it’s hard not to get wet, to have that doubt seep into your thoughts.

    Expect Doubts Faith Expectations Part 8 06/22/08 PM Text: Various [This lesson and this series are drawn from the writings of Tom Allen in his book “What to expect now that you believe.”] Faith Expectations This lesson is another in the series titled Faith Expectations. This series purpose is more

  • Something More! Series

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Apr 26, 2007
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    Discover God’s "something more" that is richer than worry.

    Several years ago there was a family movie entitled “The Wilderness Family.” The movie is about a California family that gets tired of the rat race of metropolitan life and moves to the wilderness of Alaska. I am sure each of us have felt the desire to get away from the fast pace and hurry of more

  • Faith Vs Sovereighnty

    Contributed by Thomas Miller on Jan 12, 2009
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    Does this mountain moving faith have to go through Gods sovereign will to be released? This Charismatic thinks so. There are Scriptures to support the power of faith, the power of prayer and the fact that God always has the last say.

    Faith vs. Sovereignty Does this mountain moving faith have to go through Gods sovereign will to be released? This Charismatic thinks so. There are Scriptures to support the power of faith, the power of prayer and the fact that God always has the last say. There are more

  • Can I Be Honest To God?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Aug 7, 2009
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    A look at the invitation (and the need) for us to be bold and honest in our talking with God.

    Is it ok to question God? - The presumption is usually that the answer is “no.” - Just sit down and shut up. Just take it. - When you hear people pray, a lot of the praying is very rote and formulaic. It’s pretty rare that you’ll hear someone really bearing their heart to God. It’s more

  • The Rock

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Aug 26, 2009
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    God proved that they could trust Him

    Left on a sinking ship were the captain and three sailors. The captain spoke first. Men, this business about a captain going down with his ship is nonsense. There’s a three-man life raft on board and I’m going to be on it. To see who will come with me, I will ask you each one question. The one who more

  • A Shipwrecked Faith

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Jun 30, 2009
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    This message gives some marks or characteristics of a "Shipwrecked Faith."

    A SHIPWRECKED FAITH 1 Timothy 1:18-19 * At 7:24am on March 20, 2009, struck the Popps Ferry bridge in Biloxi, MS (just about a mile from where we lived for 8 years) causing more damaged to the bridge than did Katrina. * We were living in Pensacola, Florida, in February, 1989, when our world more

  • Struggling To Believe The Good News Series

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Apr 11, 2010
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    Jesus rose from the grave. That was no trifling event. It took the disciples some time to grasp all that had changed with the glorious reality of Jesus' resurrection. Their struggle mirrors the struggle of all faithful Christ-followers.

    Sermon for CATM – April 11, 2010 Journeying with the Disciples – Struggling to Believe the Good News Where were you on 9/11? Do you recall what you were doing the day or the exact time you first heard that the U.S. was under attack? What was your first response? Did you say: more

  • Bouts With Doubts

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on May 1, 2010
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    I’m sure we’ve all used the phrase, “I doubt it” or, “I have my doubts”. To doubt something is to challenge its authenticity. Having doubts is normal when something is questionable or unproven. However, having doubts about God is not okay and is something

    “BOUTS WITH DOUBTS” INTRODUCTION: I’m sure we’ve all used the phrase, “I doubt it” or, “I have my doubts”. To doubt something is to challenge its authenticity. It means I’m finding it very difficult to believe. It signifies skepticism or uncertainty; our suspicion over the unlikelihood of more