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  • The Humility Of Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Apr 3, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Biblical humility is not the same as common humility.

    The Humility of Palm Sunday Last Thursday night we began talking about “humility”—what it means from a biblical perspective. We saw that God has a general plan for humanity and a special plan for each of us, and, that there is a “blueprint” of this plan planted in each person’s heart. We also more

  • Journeying With Jesus Through Lent #7: ‘by The Way Of Humble Service' Series

    Contributed by Michael B. Perrott on Apr 7, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    A REFLECTION FOR MAUNDY THURSDAY: We contemplate Jesus’ act of humble service, and his desire that all his disciples do likewise as we live out our lives of faith as an example of loving service to others.

    John 13:1-15 & 20 Sermon Series: Lent 2009 A REFLECTION FOR MAUNDY THURSDAY: We contemplate Jesus’ act of humble service, and his desire that all his disciples do likewise as we live out our lives of faith as an example of loving service to others. Journeying with Jesus through Lent #7 more

  • "Don't You Know Who I Am?”

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Apr 7, 2009

    “Don’t You Know Who I Am?” 1) I’m your servant: imitate my humble service. 2) I’m your Lord: anticipate your heavenly crown.

    “Don’t you know who I am!?!” You wouldn’t be surprised to hear that from someone standing at the executive class check-in who isn’t getting the kind of service he thinks he deserves. Of course you don’t have to be a minor celebrity or a high-powered CEO to demand: “Don’t you know who I am!?!” You more

  • Jesus' Humble Service

    Contributed by James Jack on Apr 13, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus demonstrated his humility and love toward his disciples by washing their feet, and we should do likewise.

    It has been one of my major goals at our youth group over the past few years to get the kids to be more respectful and selfless in the way they treat other people, particularly their fellow group members. I remember vividly a discussion I had with one particularly guy. He was telling me about more

  • Parade Of Obedience Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 14, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    To some Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem was triumphant. According to Philippians, it was an act of obedience by Jesus on his way to the cross.

    Philippians 2:5-11 “Parade of Obedience” INTRODUCTION [Picture of hag and beautiful lady] We can see by this image that though people look at the same image, they do not always see the same thing. Looking at this picture some of you will see an old hag, while others will see a beautiful more

  • Washing Feet For Jesus Series

    Contributed by Hugh W. Davidson on Apr 16, 2009

    The humility that’s needed if we are to serve the Lord.

    Washing feet for Jesus John 13: 1-17 A young lady called her boyfriend one evening and said, “Will you come over here and help me, I’ve got a new jigsaw puzzle and I can’t even seem to get it started.” He said, “What’s it supposed to be?” And she said, “According to more

  • Have An Attitude Like Jesus

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Apr 17, 2009
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    Palm Sunday(C) - Have a Jesus attitude by sharing in Jesus’ humility. But also rejoice in Jesus’ glory.

    HAVE AN ATTITUDE LIKE JESUS (Outline) April 5, 2009 -- LENT 6 / PALM SUNDAY -- Philippians 2:5-11 INTRO: When we look at our world with a discerning eye we discover constant failures and disappointment. Sin, evil, and wickedness are alive and well in our world today. All of more

  • Forcing God's Blessings? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Apr 20, 2009
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    Because we all want to be blessed, we can have a tendency to force a blessing, whether from God or from someone else, when God freely gives blessings!

    In general, what does it mean to be blessed?? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines to bless as to be cared for, to be spoken well of, to prosper, and to be happy. How many of you think that every person in the world wants to be blessed?? Of course, everyone wants to be blessed! We more

  • Resolving Ministry Conflict By Putting Pride To Rest

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Aug 20, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    As ministers together in the gospel of Christ, if we fall into arguing amongst ourselves, we have lost focus and we are fighting the wrong enemy. We are all on the same team. Sometimes small things need to be let go in favor of confronting larger issues.

    As we have followed the new disciples of Jesus, we have seen a number of important lessons taught and demonstrated. These early lessons are from the book of John: • Jesus changes your perspective • Jesus gains your faith as a friend • Jesus spends time with family • Jesus introduces more

  • At The Heart Of Thanks (Thanksgiving)

    Contributed by Chris Surber on Nov 20, 2008

    At the heart of thanks is God’s grace encapsulated in a right understanding of ourselves in relation to God; humility.

    “At The Heart of Thanks” I Chronicles 16:24-36 Introduction There was once a man who set out to have a well dug in his own house that he might draw water from it whenever he wished to drink. The experience of this man’s well, reminds me of what I perceive to be the rather encumbered faith of more

  • Spiritual Success Humility Series

    Contributed by Joe Hayes on Nov 25, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    When do we stop learning when pride sets in. You can also listen at

    HUMILITY "I used to think that God’s gifts were on shelves one above the other, and that the taller we grow in Christian character the more easily we should reach then. I find now that God’s gifts are on shelves one beneath the other, and that it is not a question of growing taller, but of more

  • Ridiculous Thought #1 - The Most Glorious Became The Most Humble Series

    Contributed by Mark Nichols on Dec 8, 2008

    1st Corinthians 1:27 is the foundation on which this series is built. "God chose the foolish things of this world to shame the wise. God chose the weak things of this world to shame the strong." God works in some seriously ridiculous ways and the Chris

    TEXT: Philippians 2:5-11 TITLE: The Most Glorious Became the Most Humble SERIES: Seriously Ridiculous TOPIC: Christmas series; The incarnation of Christ OCCASION: Burnside Christian Church, December 7th, 2008 PROP.: God in his wisdom, power and might, truly works in RIDICULOUS more

  • The Downfall Of The Mighty Series

    Contributed by Bob Gillchrest on Dec 8, 2008
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    Third in a series based on the Magnificat of Mary

    The Downfall of the Mighty Luke 1:50-52 INTRODUCTION: Be truthful - you sometimes root for the underdog, don’t you? Whether it’s football, baseball, or basketball; whether it’s college ball or professional players, you root for the underdog, don’t you? I do too. Except maybe if it’s the more

  • I Am Not Worthy To Loose His Sandals

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 14, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    We would do well to learn from John’s attitude: I am not worthy to untie his sandal"

    HB 14-12-08 John the Baptist Three of the four Gospels that tell the life of Jesus and his ministry here on earth, begin with the life of John the Baptist – the forerunner of Jesus Christ the Messiah. You might ask- why? Why does John the Baptist figure so prominently? Well one reason more

  • Christmas: Happy Are The Humble Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Christmas is about many things, but one strong virtue that Christmas brings to mind is humility.

    Happy Are the Humble (Luke 1:39-56) 1. Sherlock Holmes is quoted as saying, "I am not among those who count humility among the virtues." 2. We tend to think of humility and not dwelling on oneself or comparing oneself to others. Wikipedia adds this insight: "Humility, or being humble, is more