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  • The Beatitudes- Sermon 2 Series

    Contributed by David Tack on Oct 26, 2012

    A realized spiritual poverty leads on to recognize their critical need for Jesus Christ.

    Have you reached the point of Realized Spiritual Poverty Beatitude Series: Sermon 2 October 26, 2012 David Tack- Sounds of Joy Ministries TODAY'S TEXT (1) Matthew 5:3: “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” PRELIMINARIES The Kingdom of God To properly more

  • Why Thanksgiving?

    Contributed by Philip Cunningham Iii on Nov 23, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    A simple explanation for why we as American Christians celebrate Thanksgiving

    Why Thanksgiving? A. In 1621, at Plymouth Plantation – near Plymouth Rock – a group of Pilgrims gathered together in what was then called “The New World” to celebrate Thanksgiving. 1. These Pilgrims were just completing their first year in America. 2. 102 of these salty people had boarded the more

  • How Say Ye To My Soul, Flee As A Bird? Psalm 11:1-4

    Contributed by David Tack on Mar 24, 2024

    This morning, as we approach Easter, I would like to focus on our Lord Jesus Christ as he, like David, is experiencing much agony while facing a very destructive and lonely path known to be The Passion of Christ.

    How Say Ye to my Soul, Flee as a Bird Chaplain David Tack: JNRC Psalms 11:1-4 Psalm 11:1- In the LORD put I my trust: how say ye to my soul, Flee as a bird to your mountain? TEMPTATION TO FLEE: A lot of speculation can be made of the phrase found in Psalm 11:1, “a bird fleeing to the mountains”; more

  • From Death To Life Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 28, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    There's a repetitive theme in Scripture: heroes and heroines of the Bible seemingly all go through the process of being given a vision by God, followed by the death of that vision, and ultimately the rebirth of that vision. How did that pattern apply to Jesus and how does it apply to us?

    OPEN: (We showed the image of a fallen tree ( I saw this picture on the internet about a month ago and it took me a while to realize what I was looking at. Obviously the tree has been uprooted and it’s lying on the ground with its dead limbs extending along the ground. But more

  • The Day Of Reckoning Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 28, 2017
    based on 6 ratings

    The story of the "handwriting on the wall" is God's way of reminding us that there will be a day of judgment. What can we learn from God's warning to this King?

    In 1883, the greatest volcanic explosion in modern history took place. Krakatoa, a volcano in Indonesia, exploded and shot 6 cubic miles of debris 24 miles up into the stratosphere. Its shock wave traveled around the world 7 times, and its debris fell more than 2000 miles away. The official more

  • Messages To Seven Churches-6 Series

    Contributed by Cesar Delgado on Nov 20, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    This afternoon we will take a look at the church that is alive and faithful; a Church that focuses on reaching people about Christ; a church that focusing on the teaching of Christ; a church that love one another; a church that hold on to the truth.

    MESSAGES TO SEVEN CHURCHES-3 Revelation 2:1- 3:22 Part 6 Philadelphia – The Church that Faithful and Alive Revelation 3:7-13 Good News Christian Fellowship November 12, 2006 BUCAS, Daraga Albay INTRODUCTION A. Last week we have seen a church that was full of splendor, and has a good more

  • E.t. And The Resurrection?

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on May 4, 2002
    based on 51 ratings

    Using E.T as an illustration to link children with the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ

    Gunthorpe 05-05-02 Acts 17: 22-34 Paul the Apostle in Athens Story: I wonder how many of you have seen the film ET - that was first released 20 years ago (on 11th June 1982) and which has now just been re-released. For those who haven’t seen it – like me – the more

  • Stewardship Of The Bell Rope Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 31, 2010
    based on 66 ratings

    Uses a powerful illustration of a bell rope to drive home how we can forgive people who've sinned against us.

    OPEN: I get a daily devotion from a website called “” Back in August, I read the following story by Patrick Odum. Apparently, in New Hampshire, a man named Josh Muszynski stopped at a gas station and bought a pack of cigarettes with his debit card. A few hours later he was more

  • Maundy Thursday - Full Love Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Apr 14, 2022

    Three lessons we could arrive at from this passage: Greater love of Christ, greater humility of Jesus, and a greater commitment to God.

    Maundy Thursday Theme: Full Extent of Love Text: John 13:1-17 Introduction: Maundy means commandment. Today is Commandment Thursday, Holy Thursday or Sheer Thursday, green Thursday in Germany, because of cleaning the penance of a new beginning (ref: Britannica). The following texts remind the more

  • Free Indeed

    Contributed by Karl Eckhoff on Oct 29, 2002
    based on 94 ratings

    Many people feel freedom comes in being free from anything and everything except themselves. Jesus helps us discover that true freedom is found in Him and His Word of Truth.

    Reformation Sunday John 8:31-36 Free Indeed 10/27/02 A park ranger by the name of John Elliott was once caught in a blizzard high in the Rocky Mountains. As a result of the storm he became lost. It was only by the grace of God that he eventually saw a cabin and crawling to the door with his last more

  • Do We Have A Prayer? Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Mar 13, 2013

    Prayer is powerful! It must be caught and taught to be effective!

    1. The need to pray A mother and her children were taking a tour of New York City and were in awe of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The children were especially curious about the votive candles at the front of the cathedral, so the mother invited each of them to light one. She explained it was customary more

  • Remembering - The Key To Peace Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 27, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    You'd think that mature Christians wouldn't argue among each other... but they do. Why do they do that, how can we keep ourselves from hurting Jesus with that destructive habit?

    OPEN: A preacher told of how his family would spend weekends at his grandparents when he was a boy. In winter, they’d slide down a grassy hill on an old car hood. In the spring, before the fields were plowed, they’d play football in those fields, and when the fields were plowed they’d have dirt more

  • A House For All Nations

    Contributed by Karl Eckhoff on Aug 20, 2002
    based on 64 ratings

    God’s house is not just for a select few. God tells those who are among his family and those who are outside of it that He still intends to add still more to His people than those already gathered; people of every nationality and race, social status and

    Pentecost 13 A Isaiah 56: 1, 6-8 A House For All Nations 08/18/02 As part of my daily routine, I receive and read an e-mail newsletter called Heartlight. I was struck this past week by the heartfelt confession of a brother in Christ by the name of Lynn Anderson in the July 31st issue. He was more

  • The Point Of Phineas

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Jul 1, 2013

    Phineas (Pinchas in Hebrew) made a significant "point" in his jealousy for God. He took initiative to honor Him.

    1. [Doors of Opportunity Video Clip ( 2. We Have the Opportunity to Become the Model for Someone "In 1926, a wealthy Toronto lawyer named Charles Vance Millar died; leaving behind him a will that amused and electrified the citizens of his Canadian province. Millar, a bachelor more

  • When The Holidays Are Hard: Finding Peace When You Can't.

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Dec 1, 2022

    The holidays are often the happiest time of the year for many people.  It’s easy to forget that for many, the family gatherings, songs, and celebrations overlook the losses they have endured - and instead of being the happiest season of all, it becomes a hard time of year.

    When The Holidays Are Hard: Finding Peace When You Can't Introduction The holidays are often the happiest time of the year for many people.  It’s easy to forget that for many, the family gatherings, songs, and celebrations overlook the losses they have endured - and instead of being more