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  • Theology Proper: Knowing God As The Highest Good Series

    Contributed by Greg Brown on Aug 5, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,505 views

    Introduction to Theology Proper: Knowing God is the highest good we can seek in life and from this intimate knowledge every other good flows.

    Knowing God as the Highest Good In Latin, there is a phrase called summum bonum, which means “the highest good out of which all other good flows.” In this section, we will see how Scripture teaches that knowing God is the highest good above all other good things. The highest good is ...read more

  • What Do You Think About Prayer?

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on May 27, 2004
    based on 21 ratings
     | 936 views

    This is a short "devotional" sermon about prayer based on Oswald Chambers’ May 27 devotion in "My Utmost for His Highest." Good for prayer meeting.

    “WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT PRAYER?” 1 Thess. 5:17 INTRO – Oswald Chambers devotional for today, May 27 – “Thinking of Prayer as Jesus Taught.” I. Be sure that you have a correct concept about prayer. A. What is your mental concept about prayer? In other words, when you think of prayer, what ...read more

  • Worthy Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Aug 28, 2018
     | 386 views

    Learning more about God is the greatest intellectual pursuit of the human mind. The subject of God is transcendent … as vast as infinity. But studying God, to me, is the most satisfying, uplifting, edifying, expanding, and glorious task we could ever undertake.

    How many of you had a kaleidoscope growing up? We all at least know what a kaleidoscope is, right? It’s usually a tube that you hold up to the light and see a beautiful picture made up of colorful pieces of glass or stones or paper. You turn the end of the tube and the mirrors rotate and the ...read more

  • Reflections On The Lord's Supper From Luther's Small Catechism

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Apr 7, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,879 views

    What a marvelous inheritance Jesus has left us in the Lord's Supper, his last will and testament! Let's reflect on it as guided by Jesus' words which Martin Luther used in the Small Catechism.

    Text: Selected Text Theme: Reflections on the Lord's Supper from Luther's Small Catechism The Setting for the Supper Part One: What is the Sacrament of Holy Communion? Part Two: What blessings do we receive through this eating and drinking? Part Three: How can eating and drinking do ...read more

  • Living Loyally Series

    Contributed by Wm. Darryl Scott Sr D.d. on Jul 19, 2003
    based on 56 ratings
     | 11,601 views

    Has your loyalty ever been tested. You will never know the strength of your loyalty, until it has been tested. Just Remember, God is Faithful.

    LIVING LOYALLY DANIEL 3 TODAY IS LOYALTY DAY. LOYALTY IS MORE THAN JUST BEING ACQUAINTED OR SIMPLY DOING BUSINESS WITH EACH OTHER. IN ORDER FOR STRONG RELATIONSHIPS TO BE BUILT THAT LEAD TO A CONSTANT STREAM OF TRUST, ONE HAS TO MAKE A CONSCIOUS ...read more

  • Trust God

    Contributed by Steven Cannon on Mar 16, 2006
    based on 13 ratings
     | 3,382 views

    We must learn to trust God at all times.

    TRUST IN GOD It’s hard to trust at times. Especially when you’ve been hurt or you’re confused or you don’t understand but we need to learn to trust God at all times. PT 1: TRUST GOD IN ALL THINGS AND AT ALL TIMES. Why can we trust God in all things and at all times? Why? Because ...read more

  • What Should I Give The King?

    Contributed by Paul Norwood on Dec 26, 2011
     | 1,073 views

    Christmas Day sermon that examines some gifts we should give to our risen King of Kings.

    “What Should I Give the King?” Text: Matthew 2:1-11 I. Welcome II. Introduction I am – and I hope you are too – doubly blessed this morning. Not only is this my favorite day of the entire year – Christmas Day – a day of Santa Claus’ presents, stockings, ...read more

  • Fruit Of Peace Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Jul 17, 2004
    based on 19 ratings
     | 1,287 views

    This is the 3rd sermon in the series "Fruit Producers".

    Series: Fruit Producers [#3] FRUIT OF PEACE Galatians 5:22 Introduction: Galatians 5:22 says, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace…” 1. The Hebrew word for peace is shalom. It means freedom from trouble, experiencing the highest good, enjoying the very best, possessing all the ...read more

  • The Angel's Perspective Series

    Contributed by Curtis Rowe on Dec 11, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,437 views

    The angel’s perspective on the birth of Christ reminds us of the essential nature of the incarnation.

    Christmas Perspectives #1 The Angelic Appreciation of Christmas Luke 2:7-17 We hear a lot about the results of public opinion polls. Sometimes they’re interesting and informative; then sometimes you wonder, “Where do they find all these misinformed people?” and sometimes you think, “Who really ...read more

  • Peace, Joy, And Security

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Apr 18, 2012
     | 2,204 views

    Let’s talk a little about this peace that Jesus mentions. Peace means to bind together, to join, to weave together. It means that a person is bound, woven and joined together with himself and with God and others.

    Jesus begins tonight’s passage where we began a few weeks ago by saying, (READ PASSAGE).. Let’s talk a little about this peace that Jesus mentions. Peace means to bind together, to join, to weave together. It means that a person is bound, woven and joined together with himself and ...read more

  • The Problem Of Lingering Sin

    Contributed by Tom Clawser, M. Div. on Jul 9, 2017
     | 886 views

    Justification does not destroy our sinful nature. It is a lens thru which we see our propensity to sin

    In his writings entitled The Confessions, Saint Augustine addressed himself eloquently and passionately to the enduring spiritual questions that have stirred the minds and hearts of thoughtful men since time began. Written A.D. 397, The Confessions are a history of young Augustine's fierce ...read more

  • The Problem Of Lingering Sin

    Contributed by Tom Clawser, M. Div. on Jul 9, 2017
     | 545 views

    Justification does not destroy our sinful nature. It is a lens thru which we see our propensity to sin

    In his writings entitled The Confessions, Saint Augustine addressed himself eloquently and passionately to the enduring spiritual questions that have stirred the minds and hearts of thoughtful men since time began. Written A.D. 397, The Confessions are a history of young Augustine's fierce ...read more

  • The Problem Of Lingering Sin

    Contributed by Tom Clawser, M. Div. on Jul 9, 2017
     | 628 views

    Justification does not destroy our sinful nature. It is a lens thru which we see our propensity to sin

    In his writings entitled The Confessions, Saint Augustine addressed himself eloquently and passionately to the enduring spiritual questions that have stirred the minds and hearts of thoughtful men since time began. Written A.D. 397, The Confessions are a history of young Augustine's fierce ...read more

  • Really - A King?

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Dec 1, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,981 views

    We are culturally conditioned to believe in our own autonomy: my rights, my choices, me as the boss of myself, me in control of what I want to do, so is Jesus really our King?

    Really – A King? various Scriptures November 20, 2011 Intro: In the church year, today is the last Sunday. Christian new year starts next week, with the first week of Advent, and the annual rhythm of worship begins anew. About a hundred years ago, in response to a growing ...read more

  • Genuine Food And Drink

    Contributed by Eric Stefanski on Aug 23, 2003
    based on 66 ratings
     | 6,246 views

    Jesus is our genuine Food and Drink; nothing else satisfies, but he both makles alive and sustains!

    How can we receive: Genuine Food and Drink? Saint John 6:51-58 Introduction If you look through last week’s bestseller list under non-fiction books, you’ll find that three of them were from the same author: the late Dr. Atkins. In fact, diet books and cookbooks generally make up the greater ...read more