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  • Father Of The Fatherless

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Aug 6, 2010
     | 5,502 views

    We have a loving Father who is with us and wants to provide for us, protect and comfort us, even discipline us so that we might one day be with Him in eternity.

    Father of the Fatherless 06/21/09 PM Text: Psalm 68:4-5 Introduction As we observed this morning, today is Father’s day and so we are going to continue with our consideration not of a father from scripture but the Father of scripture and the Father of all who believe; our Father in ...read more

  • Father To The Fatherless

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Jun 18, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,050 views

    A Father’s Day sermon on God the Father.

  • Fields Of The Fatherless

    Contributed by Tom Davis on Oct 1, 2007
    based on 11 ratings
     | 6,023 views

    Ministry to the poor, the orphan, and the widow is about joining the work of God in his favorite field. Meaning and satisfaction in life don’t come from striving, it comes from loving. The gospel message is a message of love. Loving God means loving peop

    Something is Missing God is passionate about orphans The scriptures speak of a God who cares for the alien, orphan, and widow. When you look, these passages (like Psalm 68:5 and James 1:27) come jumping off the page. God speaks about orphans and widows as a unique and special group of ...read more

  • A Father To The Fatherless Is God

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jun 21, 2009
    based on 7 ratings
     | 14,264 views

    Dads will find their wisest counsel for fatherhood from the way God Father’s humanity.

    Father’s Day Sermon for CATM – June 21, 2009 A Father to the Fatherless is God - Luke 15:11-24; Psalm 68:4-6 I love being a father. I’ve loved it since day one when Jared was born. I loved it from the moment I got use to the idea that we were going to have a child, 4 years in to the 7 ...read more

  • A Special Father's Day - Father Of The Fatherless

    Contributed by William Akehurst on Jun 14, 2007
    based on 13 ratings
     | 8,732 views

    This MUST READ for Fathers and the Father-LESS. 6/18/06, My first “fatherless” father’s day. Proverbs 4:1 was speaking directly to me… “Young Man, Listen to me as you would your father” Psalm 68:5 says that God is the Father of the fatherless

    A SPECIAL FATHERS DAY by William K. Akehurst This MUST READ for Fathers and the FatherLESS. My calling came from the Word in Proverbs 4:1. From 6/18/06, my first “fatherless” father’s day, with excerpts from the book, ‘God’s promises to Fathers’ by Jack Countryman Proverbs 4:1 was speaking ...read more

  • As The Family Goes...so Goes The Nation.

    Contributed by Eduardo Quintana on Oct 4, 2015
     | 3,023 views

    “He will turn the hearts of fathers to their children and the hearts of children to their fathers, lest I come and strike the land with a decree of utter destruction” (Mal 4:6)

    Have you noticed all the bad news and madness lately? One of the common denominators in most of the National News has to do with moral values and the state of the American family. “The American family is at its worst state in the history of the country”, states one report. The ...read more

  • Lesson 15. The Specific Evidence Of Response (James 1:26-27) Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 26, 2021
     | 75 views

    Obedience to God’s Word is never mandated nor vainly beneficial. It is transformational. Following God’s Word changes us. Certain things will follow. Obedience will make a difference, and as James shows us, he gives us examples of some of the changes to come.

    Tom Lowe 2/7/2021 Text: James 1:26-27 (KJV) 26If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his ...read more

  • The Widow's Son

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Mar 15, 2007
    based on 19 ratings
     | 2,766 views

    Yes, there is help for the widow and the fatherless!

    No, this not a Masonic or Mormon article but a reflection and praise to God for caring for this son of a widow woman. I am sure I have thought about it before but this morning it came to me that God has surely done wonderful things for me before I even cared to know Him and indeed while I ...read more

  • The God Of Our Fathers And The God Of The Fatherless & The God Of Our Faith

    Contributed by Dr. Stanley Vasu on Sep 5, 2010
     | 7,508 views

    THIS SERMON IS ABOUT THE GOD OF OUR FATHERS AND THE GOD OF THE FATHERLESS AND THE GOD OF OUR FAITH

    THE GOD OF OUR FATHERS AND THE GOD OF THE FATHERLESS AND THE GOD OF OUR FAITH ***************************************************************************************** OUTLINE A. THE GOD OF OUR FATHERS B. THE GOD OF THE FATHERLESS C. THE GOD OF OUR FAITH THE MESSAGE THE ...read more

  • Ruth 2: God Provides Generous Justice Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Jan 16, 2020
     | 1,536 views

    Ruth has 3 strikes against her: a widow, a foreigner, and fatherless. God provides by the law of gleaning, and the righteousness of Boaz.

    Ruth 2: God Provides GENEROUS JUSTICE ***My father told me about his great-grandfather, a farmer who emigrated to America, along with many from his church in the Netherlands. Unfortunately, the man’s wife died, leaving him with three young children. He hired a teenage girl to watch the children, ...read more

  • "Half-A-Dad"

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Jun 19, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,621 views

    The purpose of this sermon is to MOTIVATE FATHERS to model CHRISTIANITY by demonstrating LOVING BEHAVIORS to their children and the fatherless.

  • Father's Importance

    Contributed by Dean Morgan on Jun 6, 2006
    based on 28 ratings
     | 5,010 views

    Some fathering advocates would say that almost every social ill faced by America’s children is related to fatherlessness. The data supports the fact that from fatherless homes children are more likely to be poor, become involved in drug and alcohol abuse

    History: The idea for creating a day for children to honor their fathers began in Spokane, Washington. A woman by the name of Sonora Smart Dodd thought of this idea for Father’s Day while listening to a Mother’s Say sermon in 1909. Having been raised by her father, William Jackson smart, after ...read more

  • Holiness, What Does It Look Like?

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Oct 17, 2017
     | 3,227 views

    Currently, we are in the Salvation Army spending the whole year mobilising for mission, this months topic is mobilising for holiness. What does it look like, here are a few thoughts and questions that will be presented at tomorrow morning prayers.

    This is a short address that is also a group of questions about what God requires, about holiness. We are called to be a holy people, are you - judge for yourself. What does holiness look like, how can we be mobilised to be holy. At the age of fourteen I committed my life to God as a member ...read more

  • Jehovah Shammah Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Sep 20, 2020
     | 1,470 views

    Men have a crucial part to play in the lives of their children. Unfortunately, we have bought into the lie that we that play a minor role in raising up our own children. We need to shake off that lie and step up and own up to our responsibility as men of God.

    Poppa … Pops … Pa … Dad … Daddy … Father … Sir! Our heavenly Father, like our earthly fathers, has many different names. He is our “Father” because He is “Elohim” … the One … with a capital “O” … who created us. He is our “Father” because He’s “Jehovah Jireh” … He provides everything for us. ...read more

  • Rescued And Replanted Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jul 6, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,148 views

    See and serve the most vulnerable. We’re not all called to do the same thing, but we’re all capable of doing something.