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  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 779 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 585 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 620 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 501 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 712 views

    Paul points to three factors that tend to motivate human works of attempted righteousness. They are often reflect: 1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 644 views

    Paul points to three factors that tend to motivate human works of attempted righteousness. They are often reflect: 1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • The Gospel Frees Me To Give Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Jan 30, 2014
     | 2,357 views

    Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel: The Gospel Frees me To Give

    Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel: The Gospel Frees me To Give Galatians 6:6-18 We are finishing our Galatians series today, “Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel,” looking at 6:6-18. I want to tie together the theme of giving and grace. I read an interesting observation ...read more

  • The Centrality Of The Cross

    Contributed by Allan Kircher on Apr 30, 2014
     | 2,984 views

    Every year around Easter time, people typically focus/cross.

    Pastor Allan Kircher Shell Point Baptist Church 23 March 2014 Gal. 6:11-16 The Centrality of the Cross Goal/message/Hope/Cross/Today • Learn how/make/cross central in our lives • we can experience/power, peace/mercy • Comes through a relationship with Christ. In ...read more

  • The Climb

    Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Oct 28, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,409 views

    there’s always going to be something to take your focus off of the truth, someone telling you can’t do this or that, but God would have me tell you, you can. As long as you focus on Jesus your life coach, your guide and instructor, there’s no mountain you can’t climb

    “Lead me on to the top of the mountain, lead me safe to the other side, take my hand dear Lord and guide me, as long as you're going I don't mind the climb!” Those are the lyrics from the song Lead me on, by the Ernest Carter Trio. In life, everyone wants to go to the top of the mountain, very ...read more

  • The Glorious Cross Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Jun 9, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,200 views

    Paul gives us two proper responses to the cross of Christ.

    [To receive free sermons each week by email, please contact jonrmcleod@yahoo.com.] THE SYMBOL OF CHRISTIANITY [What religions/groups do these symbols represent: crescent and star, Star of David, Square and Compasses, swastika, peace, yin-yang, Ichthys, cross.] The symbol of Christianity is ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,125 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • The Most Important Thing

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Aug 29, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,910 views

    When we're tempted to focus on lesser things than the cross of Christ, Paul's closing argument in Galatians is a helpful reality check.

    Yesterday 15 of us from this church gathered to pray and then to go out into the community. 12 in total went out and 3 stayed back both to pray for the teams that went out and to prepare a remarkably yummy lunch for the team on its return. We went out in teams of 2, and we went out for one reason. ...read more

  • What Motivates You

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Sep 10, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,802 views

    Adopting certain attitudes will motivate us to more faithful service.

    WHAT MOTIVATES YOU? GALATIANS 6: 11-13 INTRODUCTION What is it that motivates you each day? Maybe you work for someone else. What motivates you to get up and go to work? Perhaps it is the paycheck you know you will receive or that you know your family has needs. Maybe your parents instilled ...read more

  • Let Us Not Grow Weary Of Doing Good

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 7, 2010
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,814 views

    This is how we live as God’s people. 1.) We help restore those caught in sin. 2.) We help carry one another’s burdens. 3.) We support our pastor and the work of this congregation. 4.) We do what is good.

    Intro Why do we as a people want to support public schools, various health programs, water and sewer services, and Social Security? You might be thinking, “Well, it’s because I have to pay taxes.” Or on a day like today, July 4th, you might say that you are doing your patriotic duty as an ...read more

  • Freedom's Cross Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Mar 1, 2017
    based on 3 ratings
     | 9,541 views

    If you want to be free from the pressure to perform and impress others, don’t seek to impress others with yourself. Instead, just be impressed with what Christ has done for you on the cross.

    Once upon a time an old man and his son were on their way to market. The old man was leading a donkey and the boy was walking behind when they went through the first village. There, the people called the old man a fool for not riding the donkey, so he climbed up on the animal’s back. In the ...read more