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  • Lesson 23: Hermeneutical Preaching Series

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Mar 30, 2018

    Teaching by example how to rightly interpret Holy Scripture

    Lesson Goal I hope to eradicate or greatly diminish bad biblical interpretation in churches. To arm both preacher and congregation against the shoddy Scriptural analysis of many in the Christian market place. Let's teach the church how to rightly divide the word of truth (2 Timothy more

  • We Can Trust The Bible Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Jun 4, 2018
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    If a non-contingent, uncaused by anything else, self-sufficient, self-reliant, all-powerful, intelligent, always existing, unique, good & moral God who loves us, were to write a book – what kind of book would it be… (week 1 of series)

    We Can Trust The Bible #UnderstandingTheBible VIDEO BUMPER… OKAY - I want to start of the morning by reading several passages of Scripture that all have a common focus that will become obvious pretty quickly. Your word, O LORD, is eternal; it stands firm in the heavens. more

  • Getting Into God's Word (3) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Aug 27, 2013
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    The Bible is the most-read, most-loved and most controversial book of all time. Almost everybody has one and everybody has questions about it. This three-sermon series will help Christians get into God's Word and get God's word into them.

    Getting into God’s Word (3) Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 1/27/2013 If you haven’t been here all this month, I started off this year talking about the Bible. Like it says in your bulletin, the Bible is the most-read, most-loved and most controversial book of more

  • Types Of Statements In The Bible. Part I Series

    Contributed by George Barton on Jan 24, 2006
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    A lesson in hermeneutics relating to Ecclesiastes and other texts.

    TYPES OF STATEMENTS IN THE BIBLE PART I I. STATEMENTS OF HISTORICAL TRUTH WHICH TAKEN OUT OF THEIR CONTEXT MAY EXPRESS THEOLOGICAL LIES (Gen 3:4 NIV) "You will not surely die," the serpent said to the woman. (Mat 4:8 NIV) Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed more

  • Type Of Statements In The Bible Part 2

    Contributed by George Barton on Feb 1, 2006
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    A lesson in hermeneutics relating to Ecclesiastes and other texts.

    TYPE OF STATEMENTS IN THE BIBLE. PART 2 H. ANTHROPOMORPHISMS which speak of God=s guiding His people (Psa 32:8 NIV) I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you. (Psa 73:23 NIV) Yet I am always with you; you hold me by my right more

  • Type Of Statements In The Bible Part 3

    Contributed by George Barton on Feb 1, 2006
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    A lesson in Hermeneutics relating to Ecclesiastes and other texts.

    TYPE OF STATEMENTS IN THE BIBLE PART 3 IV. STATEMENTS IN WHICH SOMETHING IS EXPRESSED IN ABSOLUTE TERMS BUT IS MEANT TO BE UNDERSTOOD IN RELATIVE TERMS (1 Sam 15:22 NIV) But Samuel replied: "Does the LORD delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as in obeying the voice of the more

  • Reading Revelation

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 13, 2009
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    The last book of the Bible presents a prophetic vision difficult to fathom--what do we do with it?

    During the early days of Desert Storm, and as we approached the year 2000, people grew concerned with whether these events might be signaling the “last days” talked about in Scripture. Now doom-sayers are claiming the world will end in 2012. I recently read The Road by Cormac McCarthy, a bleak more

  • Interpreting The Story Of Cain And Abel

    Contributed by Richard Down on Jan 2, 2011
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    The story of Cain and Abel's sacrifices is well known but often misinterpreted or misused to prove certain pet theories. This presentation considers how a proper understanding may be gained.

    The Sacrifices of Cain and Abel. Most Bible readers will be aware of the story of Cain and Abel, a story infamous as the first murder in the Biblical narrative. It’s a story that catches the imagination because just one generation after the first sin in the garden of Eden we already have more

  • Bona Fide- A Study Of James- Part 10- "Herman- Who?" Series

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Mar 13, 2017

    Part 10- we move slightly from the book of James into learning to rightly use and understand scripture in an effort to become Bona Fide

    Bona Fide Part 10 A study of James- “kind of” “ The truth , the whole truth and nothing but the truth” As I was praying and preparing for this week’s sermon I wanted to continue our sermon series on James I believe the dots we are connecting are more

  • "The Value Of Preaching"

    Contributed by W. Alderman on Feb 26, 2007
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    This is a study to help preachers with their preaching skills involving both homiletics and hermeneutics.

    THE VALUE OF PREACHING The world may not recognize the value of the preacher and his preaching, yet God’s Word says in Romans 10:15, "How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!" What a privilege and honor it is to preach more

  • What's In A Name? (Part 1)

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Mar 28, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon is designed to provide a bit of sanity in the whirlwind of stupidity that surrounds the beasts and the number 666.

    What’s in a Name? (Part 1) Revelation 13 Sermon Objective: This sermon is designed to provide a bit of sanity in the whirlwind of stupidity that surrounds the beasts and the number 666. Supporting Scripture: Ephesians 4:11; 2 Timothy 2:15; Rev. 21:1 Rev. 13:1And the dragon stood on more

  • What Leads Us To Believe The Gospel? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 23, 2012

    The Bible is the Church's book, so we must read it in faith and read it as a member of the community of the Church.

    Monday of First Week of Lent Verbum Domini There are a whole series of websites on the Internet devoted to trying to debunk the Sacred Scriptures. For instance, with respect to the book of Leviticus, which we read from today, one can find tons of places where the clear natural law prohibition more

  • Getting It Right Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 28, 2017

    Work hard at handling the Word of God because how we handle God’s Word determines whether we’ll be an approved worker or an ashamed wanderer.

    Getting it Right 2 Timothy 2:14-19 Rev. Brian Bill April 22-23, 2017 The Bible clearly says, “There is no God.” Does that surprise you? I’m not making that up. This strong statement comes as a direct quotation from Psalm 14:1. That’s a problem, isn’t it? How could the Bible, which is all more

  • The L * I * G * H * T Of Scripture

    Contributed by Ken Pell on May 30, 2011

    A sermon in response to Family Radio’s (Harold Camping) prediction of the end of the world; it gives five key principles that will help us “correctly handle the word of truth”

  • Love, Obedience And The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Nov 23, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    John’s gospel reveals that love, obedience and the Holy Spirit’s work in our lives are all connected. Jesus claims and promises great things. We must believe to receive these.

    Have you ever been on a spiral staircase? When we lived in Lancaster we would often visit Prospect Mountain where there was a stone tower about 45-50 feet high. You could go in a door at the bottom of the tower and climb up a spiral stair to the top and look out on a panoramic view of the more