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  • What Is A Saint?

    Contributed by William Mouser on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 3 ratings

    From the readings appointed for Feast of All Saints (Ecclesiasticus, Hebrews, the Beatitudes), this sermon develops the meaning and value of saints in the lives of ordinary Christians.

    Psalm 149, Ecclesiasticus 44:1-10,13-14, Revelation 7:2-4,9-17, Matthew 5:1-12 What Is A Saint? (Feats of All Saints) Last Tuesday was the Feast of All Saints, which we are observing this Sunday. It is our first observance of this feast here at Saint Athanasius Anglican Church, and it is my more

  • Blood May Be Thicker Than Water But Love Is Thicker Than Blood Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Dec 29, 2018

    In the stress of our modern families what can we learn from the family that was Joseph, Mary and Jesus?

    …………….. Bob tells his wife “I want to see our kids every other weekend and once midweek” “But Bob, we're married and live together so you have to see them every day.” Be nice to your kids. They'll choose your nursing home. Please go play with your brother. That's basically the reason more

  • Take My Yoke Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Oct 11, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    The third in a series of messages from passages unique to Matthew’s gospel. Taking on Jesus’ yoke provides rest to the weary.

    Matthew’s Unique Message #3 Take My Yoke Matthew 11:28-30 CHCC: June 17, 2007 SCRIPTURE READING: Matthew 11:28-30 INTRODUCTION: This week my brother-in-law, Bob, and his family stopped by to see us on their way to South Padre. They were full of enthusiasm as they looked forward to more

  • It's Always Something

    Contributed by William Mouser on Feb 25, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    Trials and testings are standard fare for growing, mature Christians. This sermon exhorts to perseverance and rejoicing in trials and tests.

    First Sunday in Lent 2005 Ecclesiasticus 2:1-23; 2 Cor. 6:1-10, Matt. 4:1-11 Those of us who are old enough will remember a character created by the late Gilda Radner when she was a regular comedienne on the television show Saturday Night Live. Among her many comic personalities was more

  • The Last Message Of Daniel Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on May 31, 2015

    For the unsaved, Daniel means controversy. For those who know Jesus and love His revelation, Daniel means excitement, the thrill of knowing the future and our part in it. Part one: the man Daniel, an overview of his book., and an answer to some charges.

    THE LAST MESSAGE of DANIEL OPENING COMMENTS Many have discovered and written of the following matters. I have even delved into Daniel a couple of times myself, and recorded those delvings. Often I have felt a bit of the awe and even the frustration which Daniel experienced . What does this more

  • Glories Of Resurrection Series

    Contributed by Rev.andrew B Natarajan on Nov 23, 2019

    Regarding the resurrection, some denied resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:12) and many didn’t understand the resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:35). Read this sermon to explain easily to anyone about the resurrected life.

    Star in Splendour - 1 Corinthians 15:35-54 Introduction: The human personality is described as a worm (Job 25:6), as an atom in the natural universe (Psalm 8:4) and a grasshopper (Isaiah 40:22), smoke, grass (Psalm 90:5-6, 103:15), flower (Psalm 103:15-16) and passing clouds, etc., Regarding the more

  • Turning Hearts

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 16, 2018

    What we need in this world is reconciliation of God and man, and of man to man.

    Thursday of the 11th Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution Look closely at the words of the Lord’s Prayer and you will see, as the Church Fathers taught, the whole of the Gospel summarized in these petitions. Think of all the problems we face in our world today, and all that we have faced more

  • Now Thank We All Our God

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 19, 2016

    Politics will not save us. Only the God whom we thank today can do that.

    Thanksgiving 2016 “Now thank we all our God. . .who wondrous things has done. . .who from our mothers’ arms has blessed us on our way with countless gifts of love.” Martin Rickart’s magnificent hymn of thanks, used by almost all Christians, is inspired by this text from more

  • Is Greed A Poor Man's Vice?

    Contributed by William Mouser on Mar 3, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    Greed is every bit as much -- maybe more -- a poor man’s vice as it is a rich man’s folly.

    Fifthteenth Sunday in Trinity: Scripture: Luke 12:13-21, Ecclesiasticus 5:1-10 "Is Greed a Poor Man’s Vice?" The lessons appointed for today have three things in common. First of all, both contain teaching from men who were named Jesus. Jesus ben Sirach composed the passage from the more

  • Apocalyptic Piety : The Destruction Of The Second Temple

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Oct 23, 2019

    Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time -- 33rd Sunday, Year C

    In 70 A.D. The Roman army destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple by the use of the catapult: The Jewish watchmen cried out in their own language, “THE STONE IS COMING! “THE STONE IS COMING!” The Romans declared their innocence for the death and destruction saying that God had deserted the Temple. more

  • Justification And Confession Series

    Contributed by Rev.andrew B Natarajan on Oct 24, 2019

    Forgiveness and Justification are free for us but available only to those who confess their sins. Sins of ancestral and sins of acquainted are needed to be cleansed. Jesus is the only Saviour who can forgive and give eternal life.

    Psalm 51 Justification and Confession Introduction: My dear saints of Anna Nagar Methodist Church, today we are meditating on Justification and Confession. Justification is not a ‘legal fiction’ rather its an entry point to a life committed for holiness. Justification is only by the grace of God more

  • Diagnosing Your Wisdom Count Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 6, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    here are you at on the wisdom continuum? How do you handle human vulnerability – yours in particular? How you answer the questions I will raise will provide a good diagnostic for your level of godly wisdom.

    Diagnosing Your Wisdom Count (Proverbs 18:10-13) 1. There are many portions of Scripture considered wisdom literature. 2. Job, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Proverbs, and certain Psalm (like 112), along with the NT Book of James and some of Jesus’ teachings, particularly the Sermon on the more

  • What Is Church?

    Contributed by Greg Nance on May 3, 2011

    This may be one of the most misunderstood concepts in the Christian faith. A look into the word of God in Matthew brings to light the amazing calling that Jesus intends for us.

    What is Church? Listen to Matthew 16:13-28. Pay attention to how Jesus describes "Church," his path, and our relationship with Him. Matthew 16:18 gives us the first mention of the English word “church” in the New Testament. In all of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John this word “church” only more

  • Did Jesus Have A Wife?

    Contributed by John Gaston on Oct 4, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    The recent publishing of a 4th century papyrus fragment where Jesus is purported to say He had a wife will continue to be vetted for months in the media. Christians must be informed and have a strong defense of the authority of the Word of God.

    DID JESUS HAVE A WIFE? Rev. 22:18-19 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. In a church scriptorium, a group of old monks huddled over an ancient manuscript. 2. They are holy men devoted to God and studying the holy writings. Suddenly, the group begins to wail in unison over what they are reading. more

  • Is The Yoke On You? Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Nov 2, 2011

    The walk with the Master requires great effort on our part. However, the load we bear is made easy by the one we serve.

    Robert Kirkpatrick had some good news and some bad news. The good news: he had been extended a written invitation to a dinner with President Bush in Washington, DC. The invite and letter were signed by Vice President Cheney himself. It is not every day you receive an invitation like that. On the more