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  • The Only Priest Who Matters Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Mar 7, 2021

    Many so-called Christian churches claim that believers can only maintain a right relationship with God and the hope of heaven through the priests, or mediators, that they have authorized for these purposes. Does God's word support such a teaching. Find out from Hebrews 7:1-19.

    About a decade ago, I found a biological dentist who practiced in Southern California who was uniquely able to help me with some dental work that I needed done in relationship to the fatigue and the cancer I had acquired. I made a point of going down to Southern California, having made an more

  • Abraham: When He Rescued His Nephew, Lot Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Jan 6, 2021

    Lot and Abram, plus their respective households, separated from one another. Lot and his group chose to settle near Sodom. War broke out and Lot was captured. Abram came and rescued him!

    Introduction: After Abram and his household were ordered to leave Egypt, they returned to Canaan. Genesis 13 describes how Abram and Lot both realized there wasn’t enough room (and probably food) for both of them to live together. Abram gave Lot the first choice and said that he would go in the more

  • A Generous Response To A Generous God Series

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on Dec 9, 2020

    Last week, I showed you extravagant generosity through a parable Jesus gave us about the Good Samaritan. This week, I’m going to show you extravagant generosity in the Torah, in the Psalms and in the Epistles of Paul. Extravagant generosity is found throughout the Bible.

    Extravagant A Generous Response to a Generous God December 13, 2020 Last week, I showed you extravagant generosity through a parable Jesus gave us about the Good Samaritan. This week, I’m going to show you extravagant generosity in the Torah, in the Psalms and in the Epistles of Paul. Extravagant more

  • El Elyon Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Aug 30, 2020

    When you find yourself at a cross-road in your life … when you are faced with a decision and don’t know whether to go left or right or straight ahead … fear not, my brothers and sisters, because El Elyon is watching over you.

    We are surrounded by the most amazing technology, aren’t we? Imagine trying to explain to someone just 30 years ago what a “cell” phone is … or explain the “internet.” Technology is changing so quickly that it’s nearly impossible to keep up with it. Now the rage is 5G … I couldn’t tell you the more

  • A Culture Of Mercy Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Aug 1, 2020

    I believe Jesus is wanting us to constantly be a person who shows mercy and cultivates a bubble of mercy around us.

    BEATITUDES SERIES: A CULTURE OF MERCY MATTHEW 5:7 #Beatitudes READ MATTHEW 5:7 “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.” MERCY STORY 1 (p) Mercy is like two farmers who had two fields next to each other. Each farmer came out on the same morning to prepare their fields and to more

  • Return To God With All Your Heart Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Mar 14, 2020

    We see the longing of God's heart for His people to return to Him. They were not bringing in the tithes and offerings because their hearts have strayed from God. It is a problem of the heart.

    Let’s recap last week message. God will judge. He is the righteous and just God. • Delayed judgement does not mean He is unjust. God is being patient and merciful, not wanting anyone to perish under His judgement (cf. 2 Pet 3:9). • He will come as a refiner’s fire, not to burn and destroy His more

  • Living A Generous Life Series

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on Jan 15, 2020

    Generosity with our money is one of the most essential parts of our faith.

    First Things Living a Generous Life January 19, 2020 Generosity with our money is one of the most essential parts of our faith. Genesis 14:18-20 NIV hundreds of years before the Law “Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine. He was priest of God Most High, 19 and he blessed more

  • Generosity #3 Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Oct 16, 2019

    Generosity is commitment to the Lord that represents your oath. It’s a heart issue, a trust issue, a love issue, a faith issue and a power issue.

    It’s the story of God’s generosity as shared throughout the Bible. We have been calling this story 247365. A story of different types of generosity told through the widow’s mite (who gave out of her poverty), Zaccheaus (who gave all he and so called him “all in”) and today, we will talk about more

  • The Mysterious Melchizedek Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 22, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    Melchizedek gets 3 verses in Genesis, but 3 chapters in Hebrews. It's like he disappeared from history until God decided it was time to explain his importance to our faith.

    OPEN: During WWII, the Geneva Convention allowed Allied POWs to receive gifts from home. Some of the most popular gifts were board games and decks of playing cards, and one of the most popular board games was Monopoly… especially the Monopoly games sent to them by British government. The reason more

  • Priests (Leviticus)

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Jul 15, 2019

    Priests serve as intermediaries between God and Israel. Jesus is our High Priest for all time. Yet, we are still the priesthood of believers.

    “Priests” (Leviticus) Leviticus 8:1-3, 6-10 OPENING AND INTRODUCTION Last week, we started a journey in Leviticus by looking at offerings and how they were presented to God. Blood is a big part of sacrifices which cleaned Israel from their sins, their guilt, and even offered more

  • El Elyon- The God Who Is In Charge Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Sep 2, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    This is the 4th sermon in the series "Knowing God".

    Series: Knowing God [#4] El ELYON- THE GOD WHO IS IN CHARGE Genesis 14:18 Introduction: We are studying the names of God in the order they are found in the Bible because there is a clear progression in the self-revelation of God to His people through His names. We have gotten better acquainted more

  • "Save A Lot"

    Contributed by Gary Holt on May 5, 2018

    This is the account of Abram saving Lot from captivity which followed the war with Sodom. I tried to frame it in with an evangelistic bent, and of course to cover the text adequately.

    “Save a Lot” Genesis series 4 Genesis 14:1-16 Last week in Genesis: - we looked at Lot’s and Abraham’s choices. - Abraham gave Lot first choice of the land. - Lot chose what he thought was the best land. Sermon titles: - We could have named last weeks sermon from Genesis 13 “Abram had more

  • Tested By The Sins Of Others Lesson 5 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 21, 2017

    The courage of faith

    A. THE CONSEQUENCES OF WAR: GEN. 14:1-16 “Four kings from the Euphrates valley invaded Palestine and won a battle against three kings there. The kings in Palestine had paid taxes to the four kings for 12 years. When they quit paying taxes the four kings invaded them. Not only did they more

  • Tested With Provision Of Money Lesson 7 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 21, 2017

    Tempted by Satan to failure.

    A. THE INEVITABILITY OF TESTS 1. We are tempted by satan to failure. 2. We are tested by God to demonstrate strength. Abraham tested by God: 11:26-12:3 – tested by obedience to God’s call 12:4-9 – tested by provision of God in the land 12:1-18 – tested by broken relationship (with more

  • The Wars Begin

    Contributed by Jim Craig on Apr 3, 2017

    A narrative summary of the chapter that highlights some spiritual warfare as well as utilizes Abram's responsive faith an an example for the Church.

    I was recently telling my Growth Group how blessed we are in that we live in a place where there are currently no major wars. There certainly are wars taking place in the world, but for most of us here in Batangas we are not affected. Presently there are wars taking place in Iraq, Syria, more