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  • Where Is The Forest?

    Contributed by Mark Wood on Jun 21, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    Dr. Wood shows that soemtimes we cannot see the forest for the trees when it come to injustice in tis world.

    Verse 16 What Solomon Saw He saw what he perceived as injustice The Guilty went free The innocent suffered unjustly The rich could buy their freedom (OJ Simpson) The poor was abused Solomon makes three comments about the lack of Justice. 1) Judgment is coming Verse 17 a. These ...read more

  • Forest For The Trees

    Contributed by Bill Sullivan on Nov 3, 2008

    What shapes your perspective on life? What should? The Word of God must be the primary perspective-shaper in the life of a believer.

    The Forest for the Trees TCF Sermon October 26, 2008 When Barb and I were on vacation in August, we took several hikes in the mountains of Colorado. And yes, this is a good excuse for me to show you some vacation pictures, but I hope it turns into more than that before this morning’s ...read more

  • Parenting: The Forest View Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 23, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    Good parents want what is in the long-term best interest of their children, not what makes them happy for the moment. God’s Word offers us some balanced principles of parenting.

    Parenting: The Forest View (Ephesians 6:1-4) 1. Parenting has its challenges. Part of the reason parenting is so challenging is that no two kids are exactly alike. Proverbs 22:6 is a principle, not a promise. Freewill. 2. (CBS News) Jake Barnett is one in 10 million. The Indianapolis ...read more

  • Missing The Forest For The Trees Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Aug 26, 2012

    Too often we miss the forest for the trees in Ephesians because we fail to take into account the corporate groups Paul talks about. Understanding this is the only way to understand Paul's ecclesiology, and it has ramifications for us personally as well.

    Missing the Forest for the Trees Ephesians - Live Like You Really Are Chuck Sligh January 15, 2012 POWERPOINT: There is a PowerPoint presentation for this sermon available by requesting it from me at chucksligh@hotmail.com. TEXT: Please turn in your Bibles to Ephesians ...read more

  • Seasons Of Creation: Being A Disciple With The Forest Series

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Sep 1, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    God has blessed us through His creation. This sermon looks at how we are blessed by God through His trees and how we are called to look after and care for them.

    Our new worship series the Seasons of Creation, begins with Forest Sunday. Over the next four weeks we are going to focus on how God has blessed us through His creation and what it means for us to live as His disciples in this creation. Throughout history Christians have had a mixed reaction ...read more

  • Can't See The Forest For The Tree

    Contributed by John Beehler on Jan 8, 2002
    based on 63 ratings

    A tree in the garden did in Adam and Eve and allowed sin to gain it’s hold on us. But it was another tree, the one Jesus was nailed to, that rescued us from death.

    Can’t See the Forest for the Tree I’m here to tell you, Adam and Eve had it made. They lived in a perfect world created by the hand of God. They had unlimited access to God and full enjoyment with only one stipulation. Adam and Eve could eat the fruit of any of the trees in the garden, ...read more

  • The Forest-For-The-Trees Syndrome Series

    Contributed by Todd Stiles on Mar 6, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    Learn some lessons from the two men on the road to Emmaus about what it takes to move from religion to relationship.

    “The Forest-for-the-Trees Syndrome” Luke 24:13-35 Have you ever heard someone recommend, “Don’t miss the forest for the trees?” Or a person say, “You can’t see the forest for the trees!”? That phrase simply means that someone is so overly occupied with all the details and loads of information ...read more

  • God's Word Never Passes Away

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Nov 7, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon for the 2nd last Sunday of the Church Year-B preached 11/16/2003 @ Forest City LCMS Mission, Forest City, Iowa

    2nd Last Sunday of the Church Year, Series B. Mark 13:24-31 “God’s Word Never Passes Away” Forest City Mission 1st Service, Nov. 16, 2003. A little over a month ago when I was talking with a friend of mine from college that’s also studying to be a pastor, I was telling him about the plans we ...read more

  • Jehovah Rophe - God Our Healer Series

    Contributed by Paul Basehore on Jan 21, 2015

    God can heal and restore anything -- from a heavily irradiated forest to the bitterness in your own heart.

    Jehovah Rophe - God Our Healer On Saturday, April 26, 1986, an experiment was under way in the city of Pripyat, Ukraine. This experiment was designed to test how the local nuclear power plant would react following a complete loss of main electrical power. The power plant had 4 nuclear reactors, ...read more

  • A King Like No Other

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Nov 21, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A Sermon for Christ the King Sunday, Series B. Preached 11/30/2003 at Beaver Creek Lutheran Mission, Forest City, Iowa

    Christ the King/Last Sunday of the Church Year, Series B. Daniel 7:13-14, John 18:36-37. “A King Like No Other” November 23, 2003. Forest City Lutheran Mission, Forest City, IA One of the longest running debates in the history of Christianity, and one that is probably just as hot today as it ...read more

  • Are We Prepared Yet?

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Nov 30, 2006

    1st Sunday of Advent, Series C. Preached at Beaver Creek Lutheran Mission, Forest City, Iowa 11/30/2003.

    Advent 1, Series C. “Are We Prepared Yet?” Luke 21:25-36. November 30, 2003 Forest City Lutheran Mission, Forest City, IA First of all, Happy New Year! Yes, that’s right! This morning we begin a new church year, as today is the First Sunday in Advent. And since we begin the Advent season ...read more

  • All About Grace Series

    Contributed by Kyle Sullivan on Jun 10, 2010

    Life is like a box of chocolates you never know what you are going to get. Forest Gump That is why we need grace.

    “Life is like a box of chocolates you never know what you are going to get.” Oh how true is that statement that Forest Gump makes. In this world you never will know what will happen next and even truer is you never know what kind of hand will be dealt to you. When you look at the story ...read more

  • Characters & Images Of Christmas

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Dec 22, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    A sermon preached for Christmas Eve Candlelight services in 2003, 2005, and 2006 at Forest City LCMS Mission, Beaver Creek Lutheran Church, and North Prairie Lutheran Church.

    Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. "Characters & Images of Christmas" Luke 2:1-20 Tonight’s the night! The last few weeks, during the season of Advent, we’ve heard a lot about preparation, and the time leading up to Christmas is indeed a time of preparation. That’s really the theme of ...read more

  • "Better Together"

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Nov 21, 2006
    based on 80 ratings

    A Wedding sermon preached February 18, 2006 @ Beaver Creek Lutheran Church, Forest City, Iowa. Some material from Rev. David Zachrich & Rev. Paul Cain.

    J.B./J.M. Wedding Ecclesiastes 4:9–12 “Better Together” February 18, 2006 Beaver Creek Lutheran Church, Forest City, IA (ELCM) Rev. David R. Zachrich, D.Min & Rev. Paul Cain, credit God said it first, at the time of creation, “It is not good for the man to be alone” (Gen 2:18). Many years ...read more

  • Majoring In The Minors

    Contributed by Scott Spencer on May 25, 2014

    At times it is difficult to see the forest because we are concentrating on individual trees. Without noticing, we get sidetracked and focus in on concerns that don't really count. At times we major on minor issues.

    Majoring in The Minors Mark 12:18-27 18. Some Sadducees (who say that there is no resurrection) came to Jesus, and began questioning Him, saying, 19. “Teacher, Moses wrote for us that IF A MAN’S BROTHER DIES and leaves behind a wife AND LEAVES NO CHILD, HIS BROTHER SHOULD MARRY ...read more