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  • People Of Israel, It Is Time To Get Serious

    Contributed by William Rushing on Jun 24, 2002
    based on 248 ratings
     | 7,845 views

    This sermon encourages Christians to get serious about their relationship with the Lord. The sermon illustrates three ways to get serious about the Lord

    I. Introduction a. Joshua’s farewell speech. b. Joshua’s last words were for the people of Israel to get serious about the Lord. c. God wants us to be serious in our walk with Him! d. In the text we find three ways that we can get serious about the Lord. II. The First way to get ...read more

  • They Love Me, They Love Me Not Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Jan 8, 2003
    based on 95 ratings
     | 9,090 views

    The Life of Samuel, Part 5 of 5.

    THEY LOVE ME, THEY LOVE ME NOT (1 SAM. 8, 12:16-25) A joke on the management of cows has been circulating for many years under the subject “World Economics,” “World Politics,” or “World Ideologies”: Communism: You have two cows. The government takes both, milks them, keeps the milk, and gives you ...read more

  • The Gift God Promised

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on May 21, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 4,885 views

    The significance of the Pentecost. We need the rely upon the Holy Spirit for church growth. Purpose of church is to communicate God’s love to a lost world.

    Acts 1:4-9; 2:1-12 The Gift God Promised Jesus died and rose again on Easter Sunday. He spent 40 days on earth with His disciples. Acts 1 recorded His last words to His followers. And He was taken up before their very eyes - that was His ascension. Jesus specifically asked them to "wait for ...read more

  • It's Not An Option! (Living Out The 2nd Greatest Commandment)

    Contributed by Lynn Floyd on Jan 10, 2003
    based on 224 ratings
     | 15,446 views

    I talk about how serious Jesus was that we show love to one another; I also give some practical suggestions on living it out.

    It’s Not An Option (Living the Second Greatest Commandment) January 11, 2002 Intro: If you knew your death was coming soon what would you say to those you love? Watch this clip from the movie “My Life” with Michael Keaton and Nichole Kidman…(This is the scene towards the end of the movie ...read more

  • Famous Last Words

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Mar 16, 2004
    based on 54 ratings
     | 7,959 views

    This is about the last words of King David.

    “‘Tis well.” – George Washington. “Stonewall” Jackson said, “Order A. P. Hill to prepare for action! Pass the infantry to the front rapidly! Tell Major Hawks … Let us cross over the river and sit under the shade of the trees.” “Hold the cross high so I may see it through the flames!” cried ...read more

  • O Come, And Be Faithful - Faithfulness Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Nov 3, 2005
    based on 166 ratings
     | 10,694 views

    Inside Paul’s heart we find faithfulness: To the FAMILY, in our FINANCES, to the FELLOWSHIP, and to the FAITH. Link included to formatted text, handout, and PowerPoint Presentation.

    O Come, and be Faithful Acts 20:18-38 [opening PowerPoint clip from Old Faithful] The Apostle Paul took 3 missionary journeys. In chapter 20 he’s about to begin the last lap…his 3rd trip. And in these verses he’s about to head out for Jerusalem, and he has to say goodbye to these saints at ...read more

  • Saul's Failure Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Apr 3, 2003
    based on 50 ratings
     | 16,159 views

    Saul’s mistake was that he was more worried about his success than God’s glory. God became for him a means to an end, rather than an end in himself. So this is both warning and a challenge to us. Make sure that God is at the centre of our focus in everyth

    On the surface, the story of Saul’s life is one of wars against his enemies, mostly victorious. But that’s just the setting for a much more significant drama that unfolds as his life as king progresses, a drama that involves his relationship with the God of Israel. It’s ironic that as the story ...read more