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  • The Tilling Of The Heart Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jun 4, 2006
    based on 5 ratings
     | 1,995 views

    How is the soil of your heart? Are you ready to receive what God has to say? Learn what true repentance means and doesn’t mean in the ministry of John the Baptist.

    Let me say first of all that I am not the gardener in our family - that’s my wife. I am the assistant gardener. But I have learned a thing or two over the years. One is that without adequate soil preparation your garden will not grow plants, it will simply grow seedlings that will be eaten by ...read more

  • My Sediments Exactly (Ps 51 Version)

    Contributed by Michael Hollinger on Jan 28, 2008
    based on 6 ratings
     | 6,811 views

    We all know what regular maintenance in our Christian lives should look like. What makes it so hard?

    SERMON: MY SEDIMENTS EXACTLY 1. Case Study: What caused the Johnstown flood? 2. What makes maintenance hard? a. Purging involves loss (hyssop) b. Washing involves vulnerability c. Acknowledgement means losing control 3. How do we do it? a. The Word (Eph 5:26) b. Prayer (What is this ...read more

  • Repent

    Contributed by Jon Miller on Jun 30, 2005
    based on 23 ratings
     | 2,006 views

    The Message to repent is found throughout the entire scriptures

    The message of repentance goes all the way through the bible. Moses preached to the children of Israel to Repent, Jonah was to preach repentance to the city of Nineveh Matthew 4:17 (ESV)From that time Jesus began to preach, saying, "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." Mark 6:12 ...read more

  • Can You Fall Down So Far You Can't Get Up? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 3, 2014
    based on 74 ratings
     | 47,398 views

    Can you fall down so far you can't get up? Judas did. Are there people in the church today who are like Judas? Is it possible we could be like him? And if so, how would we avoid becoming like him in our lives?

    OPEN: A tourist was visiting a famous landmark on the ocean and he’d walked out on a pier to see the ocean better. But as he looked over the edge of the pier he was disturbed by how deep the water seemed to be. As he was thinking about how deep the water must be at this point, he noticed an ...read more

  • When Sorrow Is In Tune With God

    Contributed by Bruce Willis on Jul 4, 2007
    based on 19 ratings
     | 2,469 views

    This sermon deals with what can happen in our lives when we respond to sorrow in a godly way; it can bring about repentance, redemption as well as renewal.

    Sorrow and heartache are common to all of us. To pass through life without feeling the hurt of disappointment, the sting of rebuke or the pain of unfulfilled desires is impossible. Sorrow is a part of life and it comes not only at the point of death, but at any sense of loss. The church at ...read more

  • Blessed Are Those Who Mourn Series

    Contributed by Frank Lay on Oct 12, 2004
    based on 76 ratings
     | 16,001 views

    The first step of a blessed life is the recognition that we are poor in spirit, that we have a deep need in our lives, a need caused by our sin. The second step is to mourn over our sin.

    BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO MOURN Matthew 5:4 The first beatitude confronted us with our deep need. "Blessed are the poor in spirit." The first step towards God is the recognition that we are sinners in desperate need of a Savior. That idea is frowned upon by the world today. However it is the ...read more

  • The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jan 17, 2006
    based on 5 ratings
     | 1,450 views

    Do you feel insignificant in your service to God? You may be more powerful than you thought. Or do you feel pretty secure? You may be more in need and weak than you thought. Take some advice from Philadelphia and Laodicea.

    Even as the Philadelphian church doesn’t receive even one rebuke - the church at Laodicea receives not one commendation - the contrast couldn’t be more stark - and that’s not the only contrast we’ll see as we compare these two churches. -The church at Philadelphia was small in appearance but ...read more