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  • Cocooned

    Contributed by Sylvester Fergusson on Jul 18, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Christians must reach out not only with their hands but with their hearts.

    COCOONED Scripture Reading: Luke 19: 1- 9 Closing Hymn # 573 1’11 go where you want me to go INTRODUCTION Have you noticed, there are fewer butterflies than before? I remember the time when everywhere you look you could see butterflies: butterflies of various shades and colours: more

  • Today's Good Samaritan

    Contributed by Cindy Breadner on Jul 20, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    How can we be a Good Samaritan in today’s society?

    This past week I was in Toronto at the Fringe Festival, which is a gathering of about 140 productions all put together over a 10 day period. I decided it was a good opportunity for me to get my feet wet and make my way to the big city all by myself. With going to Knox College hopefully in January more

  • The Rich Fool

    Contributed by Joel Santos on Jul 21, 2007
    based on 40 ratings

    The rich man prided himself on his intelligence, his success, his efficiency and foresight. He had plans to ensure his comfort for years. But God calls him a ’fool’.

    The Rich Fool Luke 12:13-34 Jesus is preaching mainly about the Pharisees (see 11 :37, 45;12:1). Suddenly a man shouts out from the crowd. ’Tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me,’ he calls out. While Jesus is preaching, the man is thinking about a family quarrel in which his more

  • A Concerned Spirit Series

    Contributed by Bart Leger on Jul 30, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Paul’s words to the Roman Christians in his introduction suggest ten marks of true spiritual service. Verse eight showed Paul’s thankful spirit. Verses 9-10a reveal a second mark of true spiritual service and that is a Concerned Spirit. Although he was gr

    A Concerned Spirit Self-righteous service comes through human effort. True service comes from a relationship with Jesus Christ deep inside. Self-righteous service is impressed with the “big deal.” True service finds it almost impossible to distinguish the small from the large more

  • The Compassion Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Warren Lamb on Jul 31, 2007
    based on 12 ratings

    Do we believe that we are the hands-feet-arms-mouth-body-wallet-ride-smile-kind word-gentle touch-shelter provider-etc.-etc of Jesus Christ now that He is in heaven? Then how should we respond when we see a need? Mull this over as we continue.

    Peter Ustinov said, “Charity is more common than compassion. Charity is tax-deductible. Compassion is time consuming.” What we are going to talk about today is compassion – godly, Christ-like compassion. Compassion in the midst of our own wants, our own needs, our own limitations. Compassion more

  • Thank God For Teachers!

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Aug 1, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    The best way to honor your teacher is to live out the truths they are teaching you.

    Thank God for Teachers! Galatians 6:1-18 Sermon by Rick Crandall McClendon Baptist Church - July 29, 2007 *We are not always as grateful as we ought to be. Here’s part of a quiz Richard Burkey put together to help measure your gratitude. *Question 1: You are in the 10 item, cash only more

  • Part Iv - The Book Of James Series

    Contributed by Rodney Fry on Aug 2, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    Part for in the study of James - James 2:1-13

    The Book of James Study (Part IV) James 2:1-13 Many consider this second chapter of James to be the heart of his message. Because here he gives a description of the character of faith. He shows us that the expression of his kind of faith is that which pleases God in our lives. The Christian more

  • Job 8

    Contributed by Fran Van Hoven on Aug 12, 2007

    False assumptions add insult to injury. People who are suffering need to know what the Bible says about God and about suffering. The sooner we identify false assumptions and correct them, the sooner we can live healthier lives.

    One day a Mom & Dad dropped off their baby at the babysitters house. They had forgotten to bring diapers for her , so they went to Walgreens to buy diapers. They I walked in and asked someone, "Where do you have diapers?"The lady looked at them and then said, "Aisle 24." When they got to aisle more

  • Am I My Brothers Keeper? Series

    Contributed by Charles Cockroft on Aug 13, 2007
    based on 168 ratings

    This is number 3 in a series about life changing Questions

    Am I My Brothers Keeper? Genesis 4:3-13 3 And in process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the LORD. 4 And Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect unto Abel and more

  • Bruised Reeds And Smoldering Wicks

    Contributed by David Hicks on Nov 15, 2006
    based on 23 ratings

    The Lord shows compassion and mercy to those who are broken and bruised by life. We are called to be people of compassion as well.

    Bruised Reeds and Smoldering Wicks Matthew 12:15-21 In her book entitled "It’s not in the Ministry Manual," Mary Ann Cejka relates a time when the students in her Spanish class welcomed a refugee for Thanksgiving dinner one year. The following is an excerpt from this story: Fernando did more

  • Treasure Seekers

    Contributed by David Hicks on Nov 15, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    Treasure seekers who seek first the kingdom of God find His kingdom to be more than they could ever imagine. When filled by God, they are ready to share out of the abundance of what they have received.

    TREASURE SEEKERS Matthew 6:19- 34 I hope the kids are excited about this year’s VBS. It is called Treasure Cove and the goal is to inspire kids to be treasure seekers, not for the treasures this world has to offer, but for the treasure that will never spoil or rot – an intimate relationship more

  • Keeping Your Heart In The Right Place

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Oct 8, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Keeping your heart in the right place. Leading a comfortable lifestyle is not the only thing we should be seeking in life. We have a responsibility to our fellow men and women as well as God.

    Keeping Your Heart in the Right Place Introduction Manufacturers have regularly recalled such items as automobiles, television sets and, of course, more recently, Chinese built children’s toys. If defective, these items can be very dangerous. In 1972, General Electric issued what may be the more

  • Keeping Your Heart In The Right Place

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Oct 8, 2007

    Keeping your heart in the right place. Leading a comfortable lifestyle is not the only thing we should be seeking in life. We have a responsibility to our fellow men and women as well as God.

    Keeping Your Heart in the Right Place I. Introduction II. The Life and Heart of Israel a. Israel well off - high standard of living, good security and political relations b. Heart for maintaining lifestyle led to neglect of others c. Heart for others required by God d. Prophecy of judgment more

  • You Can Run But You Can't Hide

    Contributed by Laura Leblanc on Oct 8, 2007
    based on 17 ratings

    This sermon is designed to help you understand that God is everywhere, and if he gives us a command, we should follow.

    Text Jonah 1:1-3 (NIV) The word of the Lord came to Jonah son of Ammitia Go to the great city of Ninevah and preach against it because its wickedness has come up before me. But Jonah ran away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish went down to Joppa where he found a ship bound for that port. more

  • Sweet And Sour Christians Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 9, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Although leaders in a church are crucial, the real strength or weakness of Christianity is found in its laymen, those who populate the pews and live out their Christian values throughout the week.

    Sweet and Sour Christians (I Thessalonians 5:15) 1. A society cannot be governed if most of its members do not buy into its laws. The English philosopher, John Locke, who set the tone for the American Revolution, in his Second Treatise, wrote "the ruling power ought to govern by declared and more