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  • Do Not Fear Series

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Mar 1, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    God says to all who walk with him, "I am with you, I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you."

    Do Not Fear 06/22/08 AM Text: Isaiah 41:10 Introduction Isaiah 41:10 “Do not fear, for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.” This is God’s message to his more

  • "God Is With Us"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jun 2, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus reaches out to us saying, “Don’t cry. It really will be alright,” and if we are willing-- if our eyes are open to God’s never ending presence among us, if we look for Him in the dim and mist of our confusion, hurt and pain--we will see that He is ri

    Luke 7:11-17 “God is with Us” By: Ken Sauer, Pastor of East Ridge United Methodist Church, Chattanooga, TN What is it that you most dread in this upcoming week, month or year? Maybe it’s something that you know is going to happen, like a traumatic move to a new house, more

  • "Nail The Door Shut"

    Contributed by John Bergh on Oct 29, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    When times are especially tough, Jesus is always there and always will be there.

    Oct. 24, 2010 2 Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18 C & Z “Nail the Door Shut” I have always been one who enjoys sports. I like to watch baseball, football and basketball along with many other sports. I had the privilege of playing some of these when I was younger. I remember vividly the first year more

  • Jonah's Repentance And Deliverance Series

    Contributed by Gregg Strawbridge on May 1, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    God molds and shapes the human heart to see the end of the foolish paths we choose for ourselves in opposition to his purposes.

    INTRODUCTION “Call me Ishmael” (Moby Dick) In the great novel by Melville, the sermon preached in the chapel, the preacher said: ’Shipmates, this book, containing only four chapters -- four yarns -- is one of the smallest strands in the mighty cable of the Scriptures. Yet what depths of more

  • Adam- The One In Each Of Us Series

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on May 9, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    A biographical message on Adam, who is like us in sin, in sorrow and in salvation

    From Adam to Malachi (37 Biographical Sermons (One of over 850 messages on one data CD that may be ordered from The Pastor’s Pulpit, 2003 Lynn Ave, Anderson, SC. 29621 for $30 pluse $3.00 shipping.) Sermon more

  • Showering In God's Comfort

    Contributed by Vinnie Cappetta on May 16, 2006

    God has plenty of comfort to go around, but we often miss out on it b/c we are looking for comfort in all the wrong places. When God does comfort us, we often waste His comfort. How can we turn this around?

    Showering in God’s Comfort 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 Comforter: One called alongside to help v.4 God comforts us in all of our troubles v.5 the more we suffer, the more God showers His comfort on us God has plenty of comfort to go around, but we often miss out on it b/c we are looking for more

  • Comfort Comfort My People

    Contributed by Jay Winters on Jun 8, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A different kind of sermon - going back and forth between a reading of Isaiah and illustrative sermons that bring the text to the listner’s reality.

    Special instructions - "quoted" material should be read by one reader and is the text of Isaiah 40. Material beginning with numbers can be split up amongst different readers or read by the pastor/sermon deliverer. “Comfort, comfort my people, says your God.” 1Isaiah is an old man now. His more

  • The Haphakh Phenomenon Throughout Scripture Series

    Contributed by George Barton on Jul 13, 2006

    The Haphakh phenomeon, the principle that man’s extremity is God’s opportunity, is illustrated by ten examples in Scripture.

    THE HAPHAKH PHENOMENON THROUGHOUT SCRIPTURE Have you ever had an experience when you thought that everything was black and against you? You thought that there was no light at the end of the tunnel. Or, if there was a light, as one of Murphy’s laws indicates, it was the light of an oncoming more

  • Fallenness

    Contributed by David Flowers on Aug 24, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Dave tals about you don’t have to deal with your brokenness before God will love you. God knows your brokenness, and has loved you all along.

    Fallenness Wildwind Community Church David Flowers August 13, 2006 I want to talk to you this morning about Mel Gibson. I do not want to discuss my favorite movie, double Oscar-award-winning Braveheart, today. I do not want to discuss Mel’s The Passion of the Christ, or his upcoming more

  • An Angels Touch

    Contributed by Paul Cull on Aug 26, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    The importance of touch in ministry

    1 Kings 19:3-8 The Touch of Angels In recent years, we have seen quite a rise in the number of alternative therapies that are available. No doubt there is an alternative cure for hair loss! Some of them seem to have an element of sense in them, and others fall into the barking mad more

  • When Troubles Come

    Contributed by Rex E. Faile on Mar 7, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    The question is not if trouble comes but when trouble comes. God has a purpose for every difficulty in life. We must embrace our "training" with joy and hope.

    When Trouble Comes Pastor Rex E. Faile, Sr. Lakewood Christian Church March 7, 2007 Job 14:1-2 1 Man that is born of a woman is of few days, and full of trouble. 2 He cometh forth like a flower, and is cut down: he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not. (KJV) Intro. The more

  • A Prayerful Response To Virginia Tech Shootings

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 24, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Using the sermon time for more praying than preaching in light of the Virginia Tech massacre.

    Keeping Your Commitments A Prayerful Response to the Virginia Tech Shootings Rev. Brian Bill 4/22/07 The deadliest shooting rampage in modern American history took place this past Monday morning on the campus of Virginia Tech. Let’s take a moment of silence here to more

  • The Answer Of Praise Series

    Contributed by Robert Hoos on Apr 26, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon is a good message about where we find the answer to our hurt and pain when we turn through the pages of Revelation. Only by seeing the attributes of God can we be comforted in the midst of our pain.

    The Answer of Praise (Masterpiece of Hope Series) Revelation 15:3-4; 11:16-18 We must learn to trust in who God is, and that he is good. Chapel Service of Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos Introduction There are some things that we think good Christians just don’t say. It doesn’t matter more

  • Letting Christ's Light Shine (Mary Of Magdala)

    Contributed by Vinnie Cappetta on May 2, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    It is a dark world we live in. While his father goes for a towel, his baby drowns in bathwater. A young husband is deserted by his wife of one year, and an elderly man is plagued by a heart condition that could take him at a moments notice. What do we do?

    Mary of Magdala Magdala: important agricultural, fishing, trade center of ancient Galilee Mary’s name can mean: Tower, greatness Her name can mean: Rebellious, bitter Mary rebelled against God in her earlier years She tried to control her life, do her own thing, yet ended up losing more

  • Finding Jesus Through Suffering

    Contributed by Jonathan Twitchell on Oct 27, 2006

    The Problem of Evil asks "How can evil co-exist in a universe with an all-good, all-powerful God?" Pastor Jon looks at this difficult problem, drawing from the doctrine of free will, the tarnishing of creation at the fall of man, and the simple fact that

    Last week we spoke of the difference between campaigns and callings—highlighting that Jesus did not campaign for his position as the Great High Priest, but was called to that position like the priests of old. He fulfilled his calling and was obedient to his Father, even though that calling led Him more