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  • Humans!

    Contributed by Neal Gray on Nov 15, 2001
    based on 49 ratings
     | 1,290 views

    Tell me: why do Christians behave they way they do? Hmmm? I mean, less-than-holy behavior at times. It’s because they are "human." Human! An incalculable gift from God!

    "Humans!" Author: Dr. Neal Gray Passage: Romans 7:18 - 8:1, KJV Purpose: Tell me: why do Christians behave they way they do? Hmmm? I mean, less-than-holy behavior at times. It’s because they are "human." Human! An incalculable gift from God! INTRODUCTION Opening Have you stopped to ...read more

  • Human

    Contributed by Billy Kangas on Jun 21, 2007
     | 943 views

    When we treat each other like dirt we are denying that God has made them in his image. We are eliminating the spiritual element of their existence.

    When the world was six days old God decided that he was ready to pull out the big guns. He rolled up his sleeves and created humanity. He took some dust and breathed on it, and the bible tells us that the dust became man. He called the man of the ground Adam, which was a good name for him, but I ...read more

  • Humanity’s Only Hope

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Feb 20, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,199 views

    Part of the Kingdom of God series. This sermon deals with the inspiration of the Bible and how the Bible correctly tells us of humanity's only true hope.

  • By No Human Hand

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Oct 13, 2002
    based on 74 ratings
     | 4,491 views

    Daniel 8 is written for the depressed, the battle-weary, and the short-sighted. God is involved in the battle. And he is definitely in control.

    - - - - - - - - - - All scripture quotations are from the New Living Translation. - - - - - - - - - - How many of you have served in the military? How many of you have actually been in a battle? Warfare is the backdrop of our passage this morning – except that in this battle it appeared ...read more

  • The Human "Race"

    Contributed by Kenneth Burisek on Sep 15, 2006
    based on 10 ratings
     | 6,658 views

    How there are many lessons comparing the human race and an auto race.

    The Human "Race" Ecclesiasties 9:11-12 * Two gas company service men, a senior training Supervisor and a young trainee were out checking meters and parked their truck at the end of the alley and worked there way to the other end. * At the last house a woman looking out her kitchen window ...read more

  • Heartbroken For Humanity

    Contributed by Danny Anderson on Oct 28, 2006
    based on 8 ratings
     | 3,539 views

    Keith Green once said: "This generation of believers is responsible for this generation of souls." Think about that for a moment. To say it even better, you as a believer will one day be responsible for the lost souls that stray into your daily path.

    Heartbroken for Humanity Introduction: Keith Green once said: "This generation of believers is responsible for this generation of souls." Think about that for a moment. To say it even better, you as a believer will one day be responsible for the lost souls that stray into your daily path. I hate ...read more

  • The Enigma Of Humanity Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 28, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 3,606 views

    Humanity is at the same time insignificant and the pinnacle of God’s work of creation

    The danger with a series of sermons on the theology of humanity, the danger of thinking about who we are, what we’re here for, what it means to be human, is that it could, very easily, turn into just another exercise in humanism. We could spend our time thinking about all the great things human ...read more

  • A Realistic Humanism Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 28, 2006
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,469 views

    Our chief purpose in being human is to love God with all our heart and soul and mind and strength. How can we do that after the fall? Through God’s power, through God’s Holy Spirit, given to all who have faith in Jesus Christ.

    What is it that God desires of us as men and women? Why has he made us in his image? What’s our reason for being here? There are probably a number of answers that someone might give to those questions. The Westminster Shorter Catechism asks: "What is the chief end of man?", then gives the answer: ...read more

  • Humanity Reborn Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 28, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,240 views

    Humanity dies with Adam and Eve but God’s plan is to bring us back to life through his own Son who renews creation.

    By Tim Johnson Introduction When you think of great rescue missions, what do you think of? My mind jumps to the extraordinary rescue of two yachtsmen, Tony Bullimore & Thierry Dubois, from the Southern Ocean off Antarctica in 1997. Both had been competing in a solo around the world race when a ...read more

  • "Becoming Human"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Dec 29, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,490 views

    A sermon for the New Year.

    Colossians 3:12-17 "Becoming a Genuine Human Being" It's a fact that hurt people hurt other people. If a wounded soul lobs a criticism grenade in your direction, try and defuse it with understanding. A pastor shares the following: "One time I was praying during worship, a few moments ...read more

  • Only Human Series

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Sep 14, 2012
     | 1,340 views

    Paul tells the Corinth believers that they are not ready for solid food, not because their digestion system has not developed but because of attitude.

    Introduction It would be good to review for a moment the discussion of the book so far. Paul is concerned about divisions in the church. The Corinth saints have begun to form parties, or at least identify themselves, under the names of church leaders. Chapter 1, verse 17, reveals what is at ...read more

  • To Err Is Human Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Sep 25, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,968 views

    Sermon #1 in a 4 part series of Truths we must believe. Extracted from Dr. Chris Thurman's book The Truths we must believe. Truth #1 is "To Err is Human." and contains information from Romans 7 and 8

    Title: To Err is Human Series: Truths we must believe CHCC: August 5, 2012 Romans 7-8 INTRODUCTION: You may remember that last summer we preached a 4 sermon series about TRUTH based on a book by Dr. Chris Thurman. We focused on the lies we tell ourselves. We talked about SELF lies, ...read more

  • Human Solution Series

    Contributed by Brian Cunningham on Sep 15, 2005
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,568 views

    Show God the Place

    The book of 2 Kings is a gloomy, yet revival based synopsis. The biblical times are almost apocaliptic in the message, as the Northern and Southern kingdoms struggle for their independence. Isreal and Judah are in an all out race to heavily market their governing power in the mist of religous ...read more

  • Hoping In Humans Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jun 20, 2007
    based on 54 ratings
     | 8,907 views

    This message is part of a series that parallels some characteristics of the favored nation of Judah with America. It points the way back to God as the only true hope for a God blessed people.

    ISAIAH 22:15-25 [HOPE FOR LIFE Series] HOPING IN HUMANS [LUKE 16:10] [After the gloomy view of Judah’s present and future, the prophet turns his attention to an internal matter in the affairs of Jerusalem during his own time. This segment serves to personalize the generalized ...read more

  • To Forgive Is Human Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 22, 2007
     | 997 views

    Parables for Stewards, Pt. 2

    TO FORGIVE IS HUMAN (MATTHEW 18:21-35) Some officers during the Korean War rented a house for themselves and hired a Korean houseboy to work for them. He was a cheerful, happy soul, and they were young and had a lot of fun playing tricks on him. The officers would nail his shoes to the floor, ...read more