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  • Fried Rattlesnake

    Contributed by Jack Allen on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 105 ratings
     | 4,141 views

    Just like there are no longer forbidden foods, the gospel is not withheld from you--though you are a Gentile.

    Fried Rattlesnake (Acts 10) Do you think St. Peter ever ate a snake? Acts chapter 10-11 it says that God showed Peter a vision of a hillbilly banquet coming down out of heaven (this is how some folks prove that heaven is East Texas, but I am not so sure). Anyway, it says there’s a snake on the ...read more

  • Good News For Everyone

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Aug 20, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 929 views

    Events in the house of Cornelius of Caesarea prove the Gospel of Christ is meant for everyone.

    Good News for Everyone Acts 10:1-8 INTRO.: Jesus told His disciples they would witness for Him in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. (Acts 1:8) We can trace the Gospel’s progress through the pages of the Book of Acts. Chapter nine relates the story of Saul’s conversion. God ...read more

  • Eat This

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Feb 13, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,064 views

    A communion message dealing with overcoming habitual sin.

    12, February 2006 Dakota Community Church Eat This Introduction: I have a little problem. I guess you could say it is a condition. I’m sure I’m the only one here who deals with this kind of a disorder. I have a split personality. - Someone criticizes my sermon. - I get cut off in ...read more

  • "Conviction & Courage When The Heat Is On"

    Contributed by Quintin Morrow on May 21, 2003
    based on 63 ratings
     | 4,504 views

    A message on how believers can live victorious Christian lives in a hostile a culture.

    Daniel 3:1-25 The Rev’d Quintin Morrow St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Fort Worth, Texas www.st-andrew.com The Text Summary: God’s people are to know, proclaim, and live His commandments, despite threats and pressures by the culture to do otherwise, all the while trusting the Lord to save ...read more

  • Married To Christ Series

    Contributed by David Gauthier on Jun 20, 2001
    based on 78 ratings
     | 2,359 views

    We are sanctified by our marriage to Christ, not by obedience to the Mosaic Law code.

    I’ve got an idea… Why don’t we reassess our church budget and put as much money as possible into getting the 10 commandments posted on every billboard sign along I-35. All the way from Laredo to Duluth, MN – both sides of the highway! I know that this would be a huge task, but we could cooperate ...read more

  • A Sweet Aroma... Or A Foul Stench?

    Contributed by Stephan Brown on Sep 27, 2001
    based on 46 ratings
     | 35,086 views

    Shows the ways in which our lives can be pleasing to God: repentance; genuine holiness from the heart; and offering our lives as a sacrifice to God.

    When I was studying for this sermon, I found it very interesting the emphasis put on the sense of smell in Scripture. When we think of the most important senses, we may think of something like sight or hearing. In fact, if you had to give up one of your five senses, it might just be the sense of ...read more

  • Living In The Present Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Mar 6, 2004
    based on 25 ratings
     | 6,352 views

    Moses, Pt. 6 of 15

    LIVING IN THE PRESENT (EX 16:1-21) I read a true account of a billionaire who purchased an expensive $20-million jet which transported him between Los Angeles and New York. He collected works of art by contemporary masters to hang in his homes, bought identical wardrobes for clothing on both ...read more

  • Freedom To Eat, Freedom To Meet, Freedom To Speak

    Contributed by David Elvery on Nov 16, 2004
    based on 60 ratings
     | 7,110 views

    God’s call to embrace all people not exclude them

    Freedom to eat, Freedom to meet, Freedom to speak God’s call to Embrace not Exclude Acts 10:1-34, 44-48 Introduction to Topic There are many cultures in this world, with various distinctions. One distinction that we have is in the foods we enjoy eating. There are some foods which we all ...read more

  • God's Plans For Retirement Series

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Dec 1, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,565 views

    This is a consideration of the great rest that is coming in glory

    1. Title: God’s Plans For Retirement 2. Text: Hebrews 4:1-13; Matthew 11:28-30 3. Audience: Villa Heights Christian Church, AM crowd, July 23, 2006, in the series “Nothing Better Than The Best” 4. Objectives: -for the people to understand the meaning of “rest” in Jesus Christ and how we ...read more

  • A Study Of Biblical Food Laws

    Contributed by Ronnie Knight on Nov 24, 2006
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,481 views

    A Study On Biblical Food Laws

    Sermon Series: Sermon: “A Study On Biblical Food Laws” Scripture: Luke 10.8 Introduction: Just like a car needs fuel to provide the energy to the engine before it can function so to does the human body need energy in order to function. While some may have tried it in the past, I would not ...read more

  • The Burden Of Guilt

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 28, 2003
    based on 36 ratings
     | 2,978 views

    To one extent or another, we all carry a burden of guilt. That is not God’s desire. He wants us to get rid of it and has given us the means to do so.

    January 26, 2003 Zechariah 3:1-10 ¡§The burden of guilt¡¨ INTRODUCTION In January of 1985 Roger Boisjoly, an engineer for Morton Thiokol, observed that under unusually cold conditions, an o-ring seal on the Space Shuttle¡¦s solid rocket booster would fail. Further tests were ...read more

  • Using Power Evangelism In Cross - cultural Communications

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Aug 13, 2001
    based on 10 ratings
     | 1,904 views

    Cross-cultural communicators, in the past, have sadly neglected the issue of spiritual-power thinking that the use of reasonable Christianity is the best way to produce change. However, in most non-western societies, the issue of power is central to most

    USING POWER EVANGELISM IN CROSS -CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS Illustration;About 40 percent of Americans characterize the nation’s moral values as "poor" and 41 percent say the state of moral values is "only fair." Only 18 percent rank the situation as "good" or "excellent." Weekly church ...read more