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  • Teach, In Season And Out!

    Contributed by Neal Gracey on Jul 22, 2017
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,261 views

    Ezekiel was a dynamic and dramatic guy. Even though he was a great prophet/teacher/preacher, his words landed on deaf ears. I’ve been teaching Sunday school for over 30 years and there are times when I wonder if I’m even getting through to anyone.

    Happy “Dramatic” Weekend, Everyone! There is so much drama today. Whether it is political or in Hollywood, or in the music world, or even in our own communities. Be it drugs or suicide or violence or anything else today. Goodness, some families have enough drama going on to keep the nosey gossips ...read more

  • Eat A Scroll, Be A Watchman! Series

    Contributed by David Wilson on Feb 24, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 8,414 views

    God emphasizes that Ezekiel is responsible for procaliming the message--not for the response others would have towards it!

    Ezekiel 3 is really a continuation of chapters 1 and 2 describing God’s call to Ezekiel. Ezekiel was among the exiles in Babylon who were discouraged and depressed. According to Psalm 137 they were even refusing to praise God as they sat by the rivers (Flowing streams were places of worship ...read more

  • Hooked On Jesus

    Contributed by Betty Johnson on Sep 6, 2008
     | 4,697 views

    This is a sermon preached the week of Vacation Bible School that had the theme "Hooked on Jesus."

  • Presenting Our Mouths: Swallowing, Spitting, Speaking Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 23, 2001
    based on 58 ratings
     | 5,010 views

    In order to be effective witnesses, we must first be knowledgeable -- swallowing God’s word; must then be cleansed spiritually -- spitting out whatever is no longer appropriate; and then speak with confidence and passion. Mini-messages with props.

    Our mouths get us into trouble. One of you said that to me the other day. You had opened your mouth to voice an opinion about something that should be done in the community where you live, and before you knew it, you were chairing the committee to get it done. Nobody had even noticed you were in ...read more