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  • Enthusiastic Worship

    Contributed by Neil Chadwick on Jul 27, 2002
    based on 49 ratings

    Singing is just one of the ways we have to express joy and excitement in our worship to the Lord. We believe that it is good to praise the Lord with devotion and enthusiasm.

    Enthusiastic Worship II Samuel 6 Nearly two hundred and fifty years ago the founder of the Methodist Church, John Wesley, printed a hymnbook. At the beginning of the book he included these "Directions For Singing": 1. Learn these tunes before you learn any others; afterwards learn as many more

  • Enthusiastic Living Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 29, 2003
    based on 95 ratings

    The difference between living and existing can often be traced to one’s philosophy of life. The God-given philosophy of life involves many aspects, but today I’d like to summarize part of that philosphy through three "Remember" statements.

    Enthusiastic Living (Ecclesiastes 9:7-18) Intro 1. Kids pretend things to take away boredom….. (1) We’d walk to the store pretending we are trying to lose Martians who were following us (2) Kids who need medical treatments often try to make games of things… 2. As we age, we tend more

  • How To Make Enthusiastic Servants

    Contributed by Bruce Lee on Oct 9, 2011
    based on 36 ratings

    Three simple steps to win the lost to Christ and create revival in the church. The Apostle Paul’s determination to bring enthusiasm to the people of Corinth. A call to return to the things that first made us the people of God.

    "How to Make Enthusiastic Servants" So, my dear brothers and sisters, be strong and steady, always enthusiastic about the Lord’s work, for you know that nothing you do for the Lord is ever useless. (1 Corinthians 15:58 NLT) Intro: It feels great to be enthusiastic. The one thing that makes more

  • Enthusiasm (Hix)

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Jun 7, 2015

    “Enthusiastic people turn a boring drive into an adventure, extra work into opportunity and strangers into friends.”

    Colossians 3:23-And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, If I could only have one word to describe Lee Crawford it would have to be….Enthusiastic!! She had enthusiasm for God, for her church, her family, her friends!! Someone has said, “Enthusiasm is more

  • What A Story!

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Dec 23, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Enthusiastically live the best news that has ever been told.

    WHAT A STORY! Luke 2.20 S: Good News! C: Christmas Pr: ENTHUSIASTICALLY LIVE THE BEST NEWS THAT HAS EVER BEEN TOLD! Type: Inductive The Shepherds were: I. ORDINARY II. SCARED III. CURIOUS IV. CONTAGIOUS PA: How is the change to be observed? • Humbly realize that God became more

  • The Secret To Being A Positive Thinker

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Jul 11, 2002
    based on 60 ratings

    How can you be hopeful,joyful, enthusiastic, in a world and life full of problems? Here you find the answer...

    Romans 8:18-25: THE SECRET TO BEING A POSITIVE THINKER Have you ever heard someone say, “You should think more positively. You should be a positive thinker.” Sometimes that’s easy. Sometimes, it’s not. For example, think about the flooding in Texas. I read about one man down there, whose more

  • To Worship God

    Contributed by Dennis Lawrence on Jun 13, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    Learn the lesson about worship from Michal as she criticized her husband, David’s, enthusiastic worship.

    To Worship God When someone does something differently from what someone else does, it can raise questions that can have disastrous effects. This is what happened in the life of ancient King David. Please turn, with me, to 2 Samuel 6. There was a problem that David wanted to solve. The Ark more

  • The Obligation To Love Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jul 30, 2014

    The point of love, genuine Christian love, is to copy the self-giving love of Jesus himself. This is a love that is active, extravagant, and enthusiastic.

    In his book, Love Does, author Bob Goff shares a particular “coming of age” story. Bob recalls his junior year when he decided he was done with high school. His plan was to move to Yosemite, find work in the valley, and rock climb in his spare time. He took his $75 and packed his meager more

  • Joy On The Job Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Aug 7, 2014

    To find joy on the job, do your work respectfully, sincerely, and enthusiastically, as unto the Lord.

    Dad was skeptical of his teenage son's newfound determination to build bulging muscles. Even so, he followed his son to the store's weight-lifting department, where they admired a set of weights. “Please, Dad,” pleaded the boy, “I promise I'll use 'em every day.” more

  • Let Nehemiah Teach You How To Handle Criticism

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 13, 2006
    based on 33 ratings

    If we are not mature enough for criticism we are too immature for praise. Adverse criticism from a wise man is more to be desired than the enthusiastic approval of the unwise.

    Let Nehemiah Teach You How to Handle Criticism "Do not mind criticism. If it is untrue, disgregard it. If it is unfair, do not allow it to get under your skin. If it is misinformed, refute it. If it is ignorant smile and be bigger than the critic. If it is justified, learn from it." more

  • Kickin' Up Our Identity

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Sep 8, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    An enthusiastic re-clarifying of our vision as a Biblical Church honoring Christ. Based on biblical principles for all assemblies of Christ-followers and thus applicable for all churches.

    KICKIN’ UP OUR IDENTITY Perth Bible Church, September 7, 2008 AM Rev. Todd G. Leupold INTRODUCTION: Many years ago there was an ad in the Available and Wanted section (of a Tucumcari, New Mexico paper): “Marriage minded man with one hundred fifty irrigated acres of farmland seeks more

  • Graduation 1999 - Learning

    Contributed by Dean Morgan on Sep 15, 2004
    based on 122 ratings

    Toward the end of Camelot, a depressed King Arthur asks the sage Merlin what to do for sadness. To which Merlin enthusiastically replies. “Learn something new, my boy, learn something new!”

    TEXT: Proverbs 8:33 SUBJECT: LEARNING (Graduation 1999) Toward the end of Camelot, a depressed King Arthur asks the sage Merlin what to do for sadness. To which Merlin enthusiastically replies. “Learn something new, my boy, learn something new!” You may not know this, but school was never more

  • After Camping, We Should Shut Up About The Rapture, Right?

    Contributed by Jim Bennett on May 22, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    A May 22, 2011 response to the false teachings of Harold Camping with regard to May 21, 2011 explaining that Christians need to declare the truths of Christ's return more enthusiastically than ever.

    Because of the intense scrutiny brought upon the person and people of Jesus Christ by a false prophecy, I believe the Spirit of God has led me to give address the truth of Jesus Christ’s promised return for His bride. Jesus Christ didn’t return yesterday. There was no rapture. Jesus more

  • Until The Men Come Back

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Jul 6, 2010
    based on 12 ratings

    Men need the Church, but more important - The Church needs the men. The presence of enthusiastic men is one of the surest predictors of Church health - Growth - Giving -- Expansion. Meanwhile, a man shortage is a sure sign of congregational paralysis

  • "Out With The Old - In With The New"

    Contributed by Mike Hays on Aug 19, 2001
    based on 48 ratings

    We need discernment so that we can know when to let go of things of the past to enthusiastically seek the blessings God has in store for us in the present. Because of their clinging to the Temple the Chosen People of God missed out on the promised Messia

    ¡§Out With The Old -- In With The New¡¨ Hebrews 8:1-13 When we are confronted with all of the problems of the present, we are often tempted to reminisce about the days of old and how wonderful things were back then. If we experienced the ¡§good old days,¡¨ then the tendency to cling to the past more