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  • Starving Sons Series

    Contributed by Ken Ritz on Feb 29, 2016

    Part 2 of a series on the life of Jacob.

    Starving Sons Dying to Self, Part 2 (Vineyard Pen) If you have your bible, turn to Genesis chapter 25. We’re continuing our series, based on the life of Jacob. Last week we talked about letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be, so we can become who God created us to more

  • And God Remembered

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Mar 18, 2016
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    What does it mean to be "remembered" by God?

    INTRO: 1. “And God Remembered…” is found in a number of occasions in the Old Testament. a. #7;It’s said God remembered Noah when he and the animals was floating in the flood. b. It’s said God remembered Abraham in the wake of Sodom & Gomorrah’s more

  • Hospitality To A Stranger

    Contributed by Malcolm Rogers on Apr 13, 2016
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    Principles to learn from Abraham. Eagerness to show hospitality; Abraham chose to offer hospitality; Hospitality with no strings attached; Disruptive hospitality; Hospitality that honours the guest.

    Today we are looking at a story of hospitality shown to some strangers. This is a story that comes from a different world: a different place and a different time. About 4000 years ago in what we know as the west bank today. We would find it a far less ‘busy’ world than the one we live more

  • A Promise Kept

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Jun 26, 2016

    At a death we typically would look back over a biblical person’s life for the lessons we might learn. But Abraham is one figure for whom we look into the future to understand his place in God’s work.

    Genesis 25:1-12 A Promise Kept 6/26/16 D. Marion Clark Introduction We are nearing Independence Day. Here is a question for us Americans. “Who is the father of our country?” George Washington. The nation of Israel can even more easily and unitedly identify their father – more

  • Thorns And Thistles And Eat The Herb

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Jun 29, 2016

    To show that GOD never intended us to be cursed that's why He sacrificed the ground on our behalf and now advises us to eat plant, grass or herb as our food.

    I. EXORDIUM: Are you cursed? No, but the ground is, so the plant that I eat will be blessed if I pray for it with thanksgiving in my heart. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 (Amplified Bible) For everything God has created is good, and nothing is to be thrown away or refused if it is received with thanksgiving. more

  • Little Risk, Little Faith

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Jul 4, 2016
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    How can you say you are living in faith if you are not willing to risk everything for Jesus? Abraham risked everything on only one thing: God's word to him.

    How many of you have ever invested money in the stock market? One of the first things the investment counselor wants to do is a risk assessment. He wants to find out how much of your money can you afford to lose and not be unhappy. But when you really look at a risk assessment, you are really more

  • Laughing At God Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jul 5, 2016
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    When you're tempted to laugh at God in disbelief, listen to Him anyway and do what He says.

    In 1993 FBI agents conducted a raid of Southwood psychiatric hospital in San Diego, which was under investigation for medical insurance fraud. After hours of reviewing medical records, the agents had worked up an appetite. The agent in charge of the investigation called a nearby pizza place to more

  • Why We Need A Savior Series

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Jul 31, 2016
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    This is a foundation series that examines the first 3 chapters to learn why we need a savior including a somewhat detailed look at the serpent.

    Why we need a savior I grew up in a small country church. All of us were either family or friends who were so close that we may as well been family. We loved the Lord and we loved each other. I couldn’t have asked for a church family who loved the Lord more. They taught me, by how they more

  • Sowing Seeds Of Destruction; Series

    Contributed by Mike Rickman on Aug 11, 2016

    Whether it is seed of sin or seeds of righteousness, mankind is involved in the harvest.

    August 14, 2016 Morning Worship Text: Genesis 3:1-8 Subject: The Fall of Man Title: Sowing Seeds of Destruction; The Seed Principle Part 1 Last week we finished our short series on Servanthood with “The Cost of Servanthood”. First of all, you cannot be a true servant of God unless more

  • Who Gets Your Blessing? Series

    Contributed by Brandon Vernoy on Aug 12, 2016

    We do not obtain the blessings of God because we deserve them. We obtain them because He loves us and it brings Him glory.

    Who Gets Your Blessing? One of the most dramatically unqualified biblical heroes I can think of is Jacob. He was a liar, a con, a trickster, a fraud. He spent much of his life haunted by bad decisions and exiled to the chaos of self-inflicted consequences. And yet God called him, chose him, and more

  • Answered Prayer

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Jun 18, 2016
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    The lesson to be learned is not that we ought to be asking for signs but that we ought to be asking God for guidance and for success. In our prayers we ought to be appealing to the covenant relationship that he has made with our master, Jesus Christ.

    Genesis 24:1-14 Answer to Prayer 6/19/16 D. Marion Clark Introduction It is always interesting to hear how married couples met one another. There are childhood sweethearts, blind dates, falling for a friend’s date, co-workers, in a bar, even in a church. A growing trend is internet more

  • God Did It

    Contributed by Matthew Davaughn Cox on Jun 14, 2016

    Who created the world?

    Today's scripture text Genesis 1:1 teaches us that: 1. God created the heavens and the earth. 2. If it had not been for God we would not have a heaven or an earth. 3. So no matter what some people may say always remember God is the creator of heaven and earth. more

  • Father Abraham Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jun 15, 2016
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    Believe and be safe, right, and sure.

    A Texas dad (who did not want to give his name) had some unexpected excitement on his family vacation a few years ago (2013). The man and his family were traveling through Memphis, Tennessee, when they stopped to fill up their gas tank. That's when the trip got really interesting. Dad had been more

  • How Old Is The Earth Series

    Contributed by Coz Von on Jul 15, 2016
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    some scientists claim to have discovered fossils of simple life that are 3,465 million years old. In sharp contrast, the Bible indicates that God created the various forms of life just a few thousand years ago during Creation week! Which is it?

    Tyrannosaurus rex, one of the kings of the dinosaurs, is said to have lived 66 million years ago, and some scientists claim to have discovered fossils of simple life that are 3,465 million years old. In sharp contrast, the Bible indicates that God created the various forms of life just a few more

  • A Promise Is A Promise

    Contributed by Horace Wimpey on Jul 15, 2016
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    In the narrative of the search for a wife for Isaac, We see the commitment of the servant to keep his promise to Abraham.

    A Promise Is A Promise Genesis 24: 2,3&9(NLT) for audio, video of this sermon go to, Intro: A businessman was traveling on a plane for the first time. He had always been terrified of flying but his next appointment required him to do so. The flight was going well when more