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  • Looking Back And Moving Forward

    Contributed by David Elvery on May 6, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    A Sermon for a church standing on the brink of a new era.

    “Looking Back and Moving Forward” – Josh 1:1-11 Gladstone Baptist Church – 19/11/06 am S1 - Standing on the brink of something new is scary – there is uncertainty & fear. Have you ever been faced with something new and been scared? I can remember when Deanna and I were thinking about moving more

  • Paul's Understanding Of This Age And The Age To Come Acts 22:1-21 Series

    Contributed by Nigel Heath on May 19, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Paul’ dramatic converstion forced him to re-interpret the cross in the light of the resurrection and assess what it meant as the age to come began to dawn.

    PAUL – MINISTERING BETWEEN THE AGES - Acts 22:1-21 INTRO This week the BBC strung together a series of clips in which politicians, bankers and other public figures had given public apologies over things they had got wrong. And the background music was Elton John’s ‘Sorry seems to be the hardest more

  • Shaping Your Future Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Aug 25, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Although God knows the future and God can intervene in our lives, we shape our future by trusting Jesus Christ completely, by yielding to the Holy Spirit, and doing good for others.

    How many of you can tell the future?? How many of you would say that Brett Favre will be booed as he enters Lambeau Field as a Minnesota Viking?? I thought you guys can’t tell the future? We can somewhat tell the future because the future is dependent on the past and the present! What more

  • Preserved By The Lord

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Sep 11, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon addresses challenges Americans may face in the future. God’s blessing and preservation of Daniel during a time when the nation of Israel was experiencing judgment is examined.

    Preserved by the Lord Daniel 1:1-2 2-1-09 What will our nation look like ten years from now? How will that affect you and me? How will it affect our children and grandchildren? I heard one senator describing the significance of a trillion dollar bailout. He said, “If you began spending one more

  • A Work In Progress Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Sep 22, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    What God has in mind for us ahead is far greater than that which we have already experienced.

    A Work in Progress: The Beginning of the Acts September 20, 2009 Acts 1:1-11 Intro: Many of you know that during my June Sabbatical I began some courses at the University of Alberta, working on a Masters of Education degree. Among many other things, one of the implications is that during more

  • Future Set By God Believable? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Sep 28, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    The return of Jesus Christ to earth will happen soon and is preceded by much trouble in the world which we are seeing now.

    I recently went on the Internet and Googled the question “What will the future look like?” Of course, there was much said but here are a couple of interesting observations from the world: - no one in this world really knows the future exactly - predictions about the future are just guesses - more

  • Ways To Deal With The Future

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Oct 7, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    In this text James is making the point to the readers that knowing the future is not near as important as being prepared for the future.

    Ways to Deal with the Future James 4:13-17 Introduction Mankind has always demonstrated an almost unquenchable desire to know the future. Psychics in this country rake in millions of dollars annually because people want to know what the future holds. Probably every major newspaper in this more

  • Revision Success

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Mar 10, 2009

    The natural tendency after a great work is take a rest, kick back, and marvel at what you have accomplished. After the successful completion of a great project, that’s when you can become most vulnerable as a follower of God. But Nehemiah realizes the wal

    Revision Success Nehemiah 6:15-7:5 “Mission Accomplised” Mission accomplished! It’s finished. After all the opposition, all of the threats and all the trouble — finally the work of the walls of Jerusalem is finished.
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  • Preparing To Build Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Jul 21, 2009
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    Even though David was not allowed to build the temple he threw his effort behind making preparations and inspiring Solomon for the work. David provides a good example for us as we seek to inspire our children to serve the Lord.

    Introduction: A. Let’s begin with some statements from some great visionaries. 1. In 1859, Edwin L. Drake tried to enlist some drillers to help with his proposal to drill for oil. They said to him, “Drill for oil? You mean drill into the ground to try and find oil? You’re crazy.” 2. In 1899, more

  • Seeing Now

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 7, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    People and churches can settle down and forget where they came from and lose sight of where they could be going. Now is the time for the church to venture forward, or lose its place in God’s plan.

    There are two problems with settling down: one of them is that you forget about where you came from. The other is that you lose sight of where you could be going. Here is a young couple. They start out married life in just a small place, with room for themselves and maybe that first child. They more

  • Three Score And Ten

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 12, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    For 1989, 70th anniversary of the church. Three Scriptures with the number "70" in them ... life includes pain and conflict; but we are to forgive without reservation; God knows the plans He has for the next 70 years of this church.

    We’ve reached a milestone, a real milestone. Seventy years old. That’s a good long while. That is, in fact, a lifetime, according to one of the Scriptures I’m going to read, the typical, average lifetime of a human being. And it’s not too bad for an institution like a church. We’ve been here, more

  • Faith, Freedom, And The Future

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 13, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    God is always giving the gift of freedom. In revolutionary times, value the past, know that the present is incomplete, step forward in faith for the future.

    God is always ready to give the gift of freedom. The one thing you can be sure that God is always about is freedom, freeing His people from the things which hold them back. In every time and place, our God is working to give the gift of freedom. When He does that, we call it a revolution. We more

  • Recession Series

    Contributed by Shawn Williams on Aug 14, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    As Christians, we have many benefits because of our personal relationship with God. We do not have to fall prey to the bondage of the world and the traps of Satan. We can refuse fear because God has given us authority over it. We are to live victoriously

    “Recession” Does the Famine affect my future? Luke 15:11-14 A: The grip of the famine Grip - hold, grasp, controlling, understanding, the feeling of pressure or strength of a thing. B: Famine can affect you in different ways. 1. Genesis 45:4-11 2. Genesis 47:13 if you don’t do the more

  • Who We Were, Are And Shall Be

    Contributed by C Vincent on Feb 13, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Examining the nature of man before Christ, with Christ now and the future glory of the Christian

    1 John 3:1- 3 "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world doesn’t know us, because it did not know him. NKJV The Holy Spirit would have us pay particular attention to ‘behold’. The apostle himself, though more

  • Let's Play Ball Series

    Contributed by Michael Karpf on Feb 22, 2009

    We are not to judge others or make plans without consulting God because if we do we are playing God.

    LET’S PLAY BALL James 4:11-17 Those of you who have been around for my Tuesday night class know of a little game we like to play. I have this ball, and I’ll think of a topic. For example I’ll say, “Tell me something you do every day.” And I’ll start by saying, “I drink a Dr Pepper.” Then I’ll more