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  • Frantic Work Or Focused Life

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Oct 26, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,069 views

    Wisdom lies in knowing when to be busy and when to be reflective. Both Martha and Mary wanted the affirmation of Jesus. But it always comes by grace alone.

    Author Sam Keen, in his provocative little book called Apology for Wonder, tells us the lesson he learned as young boy swimming in the Indian River inlet on the Delaware coast. Keen says that swimming there was very tricky, because the outgoing waters from the bay met the incoming tides waves from ...read more

  • A Frantic Father, A Brokenhearted Sister, A Desperate Beggar

    Contributed by Ralph Juthman on Aug 17, 2002
    based on 94 ratings
     | 7,692 views

    The theme of the sermon is healing. The message is, Where the need is greatest, God is nearest.

  • Focus On The Finish Line -- Wait Vs Worry Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 84 ratings
     | 4,012 views

    2 CONTRASTING RESPONSES TO THE PROSPERITY OF THE WICKED: PEACEFULLY PERSEVERE VS. FRANTICALLY FRET

    BIG IDEA: 2 CONTRASTING RESPONSES TO THE PROSPERITY OF THE WICKED: PEACEFULLY PERSEVERE VS. FRANTICALLY FRET Or put more simply: WAIT VS. WORRY INTRODUCTION: The middle of a race is no time to stop running and evaluate where you stand! THE APPARENT PROSPERITY OF THE WICKED SHOULD ...read more

  • A Kingdom Of Pointers Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on May 17, 2002
    based on 6 ratings
     | 1,037 views

    What is the difference between a guilt-ridden person who is frantically trying to reform society and the serious Christian?

    A Kingdom of Pointers (John 1:19-51) Question: What is the difference between a guilt-ridden person who is frantically trying to reform society and the serious Christian? I. John the Baptist Was a Sort-of Reformer, but Not Frantic…. 1. Day one: while Jesus, returned from the dessert, ...read more

  • Clear Eyes. Calm Heart.

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on May 5, 2013
     | 1,697 views

    When God opens our eyes to the truth of his promises, our frantic hearts calm.

    Crash! “What was that?” you wonder as you’re startled awake by a loud noise and with a jolt. “Has one of the kids fallen down the stairs while sleepwalking? Is someone trying to break into the house?” You won’t know until you investigate. Only, you can’t ...read more

  • Mary And Martha

    Contributed by Wes Hamilton on Apr 11, 2007
    based on 53 ratings
     | 15,536 views

    The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years Day have become a frantic, anxiety filled dash through the holidays. It all happens so fast that we hardly remember any of it!

    Mary and Martha Luke 10:38-42 Intro: A couple of weeks ago I was watching one of the morning news shows and the reporter began her segment with an urgent warning, There are only 65 more shopping days until Christmas! …and she wasn’t kidding. What was really sad was that it actually ...read more

  • Trepidation Is Not A Dinosaur

    Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Jun 11, 2005
    based on 9 ratings
     | 938 views

    Truly we live in a time that is frantic with fear. Being cautious will allow us to work in God’s Kingdom while living in fear will cause the Kingdom to shut down.

    Trepidation Is Not a Dinosaur 2 Timothy 1:6-11 5-year old Johnny was in the kitchen as his mother made supper. She asked him to go into the pantry and get her a can of tomato soup, but he didn’t want to go in alone. "It’s dark in there and I’m scared." She asked again, and he persisted. Finally ...read more

  • Beyond Boundaries: The Relationship God Desires Series

    Contributed by Jud Wilhite on Jun 27, 2007
    based on 28 ratings
     | 24,217 views

    I think the one thing that God has laid on my heart more than anything else over the summer is the basic desperate need we have for Him. From what is going on in the middle east, the terror alerts to the busyness we have in our lives and the frantic pace

    I think the one thing that God has laid on my heart more than anything else over the summer is the basic desperate need we have for Him. From what is going on in the middle east, the terror alerts to the busyness we have in our lives and the frantic pace we live in – I was just reminded how much we ...read more

  • Alleluia Christ Is Risen

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Mar 23, 2016
    based on 44 ratings
     | 9,502 views

    The Sunday School teacher asked the class " What do you think were Jesus first words when he came out of the tomb?" A little girl shouted frantically I know!, I know!" Extending her arms into the air she said " TA DA!". Beloved "TA DA the Lord has risen!"

    It is Easter... The day that we celebrate the resurrection ... of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. A time when Alleluias fill the air: Beloved ... You know the response: Alleluia Christ is Risen...... (Pause) The Lord is Risen in Deed Alleluia. There is a story that I love so well ... ...read more

  • Expectations: Are You Swimming Or Sinking?

    Contributed by Eric Ferguson on Aug 13, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,519 views

    Sometimes our EXPECTATION of something is due to our frantic pace, we don’t notice sin creeping into the back seat of our lives, putting us at great risk. Thank God that he’s always on the lookout for us, and that at times he uses setbacks to rescue us f

    Expectations: Are You Swimming or Sinking? Jonah1:1 – 4:7 OPENER: Get a roll of toilet paper (individual is better) that is pre-wrapped. Carefully undo the wrapping and tape a $10 bill inside the roll and close the packaging. Tell teens that inside the paper bag is: Something that is very ...read more

  • What A Servant Looks Like

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Apr 26, 2011
     | 1,517 views

    Walking with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem, we have the opportunity to see what the servants heart looks like, especially under pressure

    Passage: Matthew 20:29-34 Intro: Last week sermon might have been a little overwhelming. 1. whenever we hold up Jesus as the model, we can get a little anxious 2. seems to be an example that we cannot achieve. 3. but this very next little passage gives us some very practical counsel as ...read more

  • Parking Space!

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Aug 22, 2013
     | 1,719 views

    The word ‘rest’ does not exist anymore in an era where people believe in working 24/7, the hoarding brags: ‘we work round the clock and open all the days of the week!’ Imagine!

    Parking Space! Isaiah 30:15”For thus says the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel: " In returning and rest you shall be saved; In quietness and confidence shall be your strength." The word ‘rest’ does not exist anymore in an era where people believe in working 24/7, the ...read more

  • One God, One Name, One Day Series

    Contributed by Lori Broschat on Feb 10, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,700 views

    First of a two-part series on the Ten Commandments and how they relate to our lives

    ONE GOD, ONE NAME, ONE DAY A young woman brought her fiancé to visit her parents. After a nice dinner, the father invited the fiancé to the library for a talk. "So what are your plans?" he asked the young man. "I am a seminary student," he replied. "A seminary student. Hmmm," said the father. ...read more

  • Gaining Altitude Series

    Contributed by Brian Matherlee on Nov 29, 2007
    based on 13 ratings
     | 3,712 views

    Part 3 in a series from Isaiah 40

    FLYING LIKE EAGLES Part 3-Gaining Altitude Sunday, September 23, 2007 Pastor Brian Matherlee Isaiah 40:31(New American Standard Bible) “Yet those who wait for the LORD Will gain new strength; they will mount up with wings like eagles, they will run and not get tired, they will walk and not ...read more

  • The Problems Created By Desertion

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 28 ratings
     | 1,979 views

    We live in an age when it is common for Fathers to desert their wives or children because they get tired of marriage. Some desert their callings because of the sufferings involved seem tougher than they originally conceived.

    Illustration:During WWII six Navy pilots left their aircraft carrier on a mission. After searching the seas for enemy submarines, they tried to return to their ship shortly after dark. But the captain had ordered a blackout of all lights on the ship. Over and over the frantic pilots radioed, asking ...read more