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  • Sermon On Compassion

    Contributed by William Meakin on Jun 10, 2021

    Compassion is defined as: “Sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others.”

    Linda Diane Thompson, an American songwriter/lyricist, former actress and beauty pageant winner once remarked: “Our uniqueness, our individuality, and our life experience moulds us into fascinating beings. I hope we can embrace that. I pray we may all challenge ourselves to delve into the deepest more

  • Carry Each Others Burdens Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 27, 2021
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    We show we care when we bear one another’s burdens.

    How many of you remember the TV commercial from the late 80s and early 90s which showed an elderly woman lying on the floor shouting, “Help me, I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up?” That catchphrase has become part of our vocabulary but it’s not very funny for those who have faltered, fallen, and feel more

  • Doing Good Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 23, 2021

    Paul says there are two kinds of seeds we sow in life. There are the seeds of self-indulgence which please the sinful nature, and there are the seeds of doing good to others which please the Spirit.

    In the spring of 1897, Thomas Hanna, a 25 year old Baptist pastor fell out of his carriage and landed on his head. When he woke up he was in a state of total amnesia. Dr. Boris Sidis and his assistant Dr. Goodhert had to teach him to talk, to eat, and to go to the bathroom as if he were a child. more

  • A Blessing To Avoid Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 23, 2021

    Forgiveness is one of the most precious of all blessings. Yet, as blessed as it is to be lifted, it is more blessed never to have fallen.

    Doing your best could be the worst thing you could do. That sounds like a contradiction, but it can be explained so that it makes sense as a paradox. A paradox is a statement, which at first sight seems absurd, and contrary to common sense, but which can be explained so as to be well grounded and more

  • Burden Bearing Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 23, 2021

    Paul is primarily concerned with believers, and the bearing of one another's burdens within the community of faith. The total context, however, is much broader.

    In South Dakota a man by the name of August had a clothing store he was going to close up. His was not one of those perpetual year around closing sales. He was actually intending to go out of business by July. So he hung a sign in his window which read, The First Of July Is The Last Of August. more

  • Freedom Letter- Your Freedom Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Mar 21, 2021
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    This is the 46th sermon in the Action Series. This series began during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study in Acts will also include the letters written to the Churches. This is the 12th sermon from the Letter to the Galatians.

    Series: Action [#46] FREEDOM LETTER- YOUR FREEDOM Galatians 6:1-18 Introduction: As we conclude Galatians today, I want to further discuss your freedom in Christ. This entire letter is about not giving up your freedom in Christ for rituals. When I worked for McDonald’s in Canyon, TX; I more

  • The Paradox Of Burdens Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 19, 2021
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    Paul's apparently conspicuous contradictions, and puzzling paradoxes are the result of his God-given ability to see the whole of life, and not just some of its parts in isolation.

    In South Dakota a man by the name of August had a clothing store he was going to close up. His was not one of those perpetual year around closing sales. He was actually intending to go out of business by July. So he hung a sign in his window which read, The First Of July Is The Last Of August. more

  • The Paradox Of Blessing Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 19, 2021

    To be eligible for forgiveness we must first sin by disobeying God and, therefore, this is a blessing we are to avoid. It is a blessing to offer this forgiveness to the fallen believer, but it is not a blessing to have fallen and needing such forgiveness.

  • Outward -Vs- Inward

    Contributed by Bryan Lassiter on Jan 22, 2021
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    A relationship with God through Jesus Christ leads us to become outward focused people ...and churches.

    Outward -vs- inward Isaiah 6:1-10 I think it is important …for us to look at the majestic word pictures the prophet Isaiah gives us in his writing. I think it is necessary for us to be reminded from time to time that we worship the God …who is high and lifted up. …the God who is Holy Holy Holy! more

  • Be Accountable And Responsible For One Another.

    Contributed by Barnabas Park on Jan 8, 2021

    To God, if one commits sin, then the whole others in the community are also responsible. If one of our members committed sin, then all the church members are also responsible.

    We just read chapter 7, but Chapter 6 describes one of the most amazing battles the Israelites experienced. Jericho was a fortified city with a wall around it. What Israelites did was simple. Obeying God’s command, they marched silently around Jericho once each day for six days, then on the more

  • Putting Others First : Going Beyond Singing Joy To The World , During This Christmas And New Year Series

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Dec 27, 2020
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    This is the time when we sing Joy to the world and be happy about it. But is there something more we are expected to do? Before the Christmas Spirit wears off and before New Year resolutions are made, let us commit to Put others First

    Putting Others First Romans 15:1-3, Philippians 2:1-4 This morning, permit me to ask you to do an exercise. Please do pardon me if you feel uncomfortable doing this exercise. We have distributed a piece of paper and pens to all of you. I would like you to think for a moment and write down all the more

  • The Encouragement Among Believers Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Oct 22, 2020

    Life is full of surprises. Life is full of stresses and burdens. When we chose to follow God's will, the stresses and burdens of life can pull against His perfect will. That's why believers need each other and need to encourage one another.

    Grace Community Church Winchester, VA Rev. Bradford Reaves, Sr. Pastor Watch this message Introduction Have you ever had a situation, where you did the right thing, but the people around you were actually disappointed or angry with you? Over more

  • Bearing Burdens Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Jul 24, 2020

    But church can also be messy and we have to learn how to relate to our fellow family members with love and grace.

    Dance Lessons: Bearing Burdens Galatians 6:1-5 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams Chenoa Baptist Church 6-21-2020 [Slide] Sitting on a Pillar Simeon the Stylite was a Syrian that was born around 390 AD, and died on September 2, 459 AD. Simeon lived near the city of Aleppo. At 16 years old, he more

  • True Love Reigns Sermon Iv: In His Service, Love Bears Burdens Freely Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Feb 25, 2020

    To truly love others is to reduce theological knowledge to its lowest common denominator by bearing one another's burdens and so fulfill "the law of Christ" - the one that matters most.

    IN HIS SERVICE, LOVE BEARS BURDENS FREELY “In His Service” is how some of us in Christian ministry sign letters and communications intended for church members and non-members alike . . . how we who are called by His Name are expected by more

  • Let Us Be Compassionate

    Contributed by David Nolte on Feb 9, 2020

    We need to learn to love as Jesus loves

    Let Us Be Compassionate Galatians 6:1-10 David P. Nolte One thing Jesus wants us to do is to love as He loves. The greatest command is to love God with all we have. The second is to love our neighbor as we love ourselves. If we love as we ought to, we will look at other people with more