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  • Not Harps And Halos Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jan 22, 2001
    based on 69 ratings

    Plain talk about the "intermediate state" (between death and resurrection) for people investigating the Christian faith.

    Mother’s Day is an appropriate time to mention the fact that that no matter how prepared we think they are for parenthood, we’re never really ready. Somehow all the books, seminars and advice can’t prepare you for those dirty diaper blow outs, or those embarrassing grocery store tantrums, or more

  • The Human Harp Of Praise

    Contributed by Bruce Howell on Dec 2, 2002
    based on 88 ratings

    The role that praise plays in personal and corporate worship.

    The Human Harp of Praise I will sing a new song to you, O God; on the ten-stringed lyre I will make music to you, Psalm 144:9 Mark Twain had a bad habit of spicing his conversation with more

  • Time To Pick Up Your Harp

    Contributed by Jeremy Poling on Jan 15, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    the Lord is my strength and song

    Time To Pick Up Your Harp Psa 137:1 By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. Psa 137:2 We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof. Psa 137:3 For there they that carried us away captive required of us a song; and they that wasted us more

  • I Sat Down And Hung Up My Harp!

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Feb 11, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    Sometimes negative things happen to us. Our enemy is trying to steal your song! We must keep singing! A song can rock the jail house!

    I SAT DOWN, THEN I HUNG UP MY HARP? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Psalm 33:3 Sing unto him a new song; play skilfully with a loud noise. I. HOW CAN WE SING? I SAT DOWN AND CRIED. THEN I HUNG UP MY HARP? Psalm 137:1 By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we more

  • Don't Hang Up Your Harp

    Contributed by David Dailey on Jan 29, 2001
    based on 164 ratings

    Don"t Let Circumstances Dictate Your Praise

    Don’t Hang Up Your Harp We want to open the message with the scripture in Psalms 137:2-4. We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof. For they that carried us away required of us a song; and they that wasted us required of us mirth, saying sing us one of the songs of Zion. How more

  • You Don't Have The Right To Remain Silent Series

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Jan 16, 2012
    based on 10 ratings

    Background for Nehemiah series, motivating the decimated. In this message we talk about the morale of the Jews who long ago had hung up their harps and how Nehemiah had to some how motivate them to build again.

    You Don't Have the Right to Remain Silent PPT 1 - Series slide Last week we began our series on the book of Nehemiah, "Rebuilding and Restoring," by reading the first four verses of chapter 1 and noting that the people living in Jerusalem were living in great reproach and distress behind broken more

  • Don't Hang Up Your Harps & Don't Stop Singing

    Contributed by Vincent Oliver on Feb 26, 2007
    based on 75 ratings

    Eulogy for Derro "Smitty" Smith, a faithful church organist. Sermon can be easily adapted to encourage continued Chritian service.

    Psalm 137:1-6 “By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof. For there they that carried us away captive required of us a song; and they that wasted us required of us mirth, saying, Sing us one of more

  • What Sort Of Home Will Heaven Be? John 14:1-6 Series

    Contributed by James Bohrer on Dec 24, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Heaven is a real and tangible place. Most people have the idea that we float around in heaven with harps. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    NAS John 14:1 "Let not your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me. 2 "In My Father’s house are many dwelling places; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. 3 "And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you to more

  • Saul - Relapse To Restoration

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 100 ratings

    King Saul’s depression, caused by disobedience to God, was relieved as he came to terms with himself and asked David to play his harp - a parable of what Jesus can do for us.

    A century ago when biographies of Christian men were written it was the accepted policy not to probe too deeply into their lives. It was felt that it wasn’t to the glory of God that a man whom God had used mightily in his service should have weaknesses or failings (except, of course, before more

  • The Worship In God’s Kingdom Series

    Contributed by David Scudder on Mar 14, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Now that we know a little bit of what heaven will look like, what will we do there? What is it going to be like to live in heaven? Are we going to be sitting on a cloud strumming a harp? Is heaven going to be one very long church service? In our text toda

    Purpose: To describe some of the glories that awaits believers. Aim: I want the listener to so focus on spiritual rewards that worldly pleasures will lose their appeal. INTRODUCTION: Last time we learned that the eternal heaven will actually be here on earth when God takes the New Jerusalem more

  • Discipline Yourself To Be Godly Series

    Contributed by Bishop Lalachan Abraham on Dec 23, 2012
    based on 25 ratings

    Beyond the shores of time and the kingdoms of this world there is a heavenly kingdom. It is the place where God has His great white throne, around which the angels play upon their golden harps and shout, “praise, and glory, and wisdom, and thanks and hono

    Discipline yourself to be Godly Bishop M.A. Lalachan “But have nothing to do with worldly fables fit only for old women. On the other hand, discipline yourself for the purpose of godliness;” (1 Timothy 4:7) We are living in a most revolutionary era of world history, when more

  • Heavenly Embassy Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 1, 2011
    based on 68 ratings

    The Bible says that we're already in the "heavenlies." How can that be? I like living in Indiana, but it's never been my idea of real heaven. I pictured something with a few more clouds and harps. But it's true that I'm now in the heavenlies. Find out why

    OPEN: I recently heard the story about a young married couple. The Groom wanted to do something special for his new Bride so he planned something special for her. The plan was – after their reception – he would drive them two hours to a special destination where they would spend a more

  • What's The Big Deal About Angels?

    Contributed by Carla Powell on Oct 3, 2002
    based on 79 ratings

    Written for St. Michael and All Angels Sunday, this sermon explores the biblical purpose and role of angels. It does not highlight one particular text, but uses a broad biblical overview to confront the popular notion of a fluffy, harp-playing angel in fl

    Today we celebrate the festival of St. Michael and all angels, known in some other countries and traditions as Michaelmas. Michael, the archangel, is mentioned in the books of Daniel, Jude, and Revelation, as well as other Bible-time writings that we do not consider to be part of our Bible. more

  • Angels: God's Heavenly Warriors, Pt. 1 Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Apr 3, 2006
    based on 124 ratings

    ANGELS: They don’t play harps and they don’t play outfield. They are God’s army, and we can learn much about ourselves from their warfare. Link included to entire series in formatted text, w/ handouts, and PowerPoints.

    God’s Heavenly Warriors, pt. 1 Colossians 2:18 With 273 verses in scripture dealing with angels, you have to wonder why most preachers don’t deal with the subject anymore. 3 reasons many churches don’t talk about angels: 1. Reaction against speculation. Theologians are often guilty of more

  • B Joyful Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 15, 2009
    based on 67 ratings

    Why sing? Isn’t singing just for "singers"? And what if I don’t like the songs? Do I have to sing anyway?

    OPEN: I read the true story about a woman who bought her daughter a really nice Baby Grand Piano for her birthday. A few weeks later, one of her friends asked her how her daughter was doing. “Oh,” she said, “I persuaded her to switch to a clarinet.” “How come?” asked the friend. “Well,” more