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  • The Injured Can't Serve

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Sep 9, 2015

    To show that we need to acknowledge our brokenness before and come to JESUS to be healed. Without the necessity of seeing our brokenness, we will not require healing.

    I. EXORDIUM: Are you injured? Yes. but GOD healed me. Isaiah 6:10 Isaiah 6:10 (Amplified Bible) Make the heart of this people fat; and make their ears heavy and shut their eyes, lest they see with their eyes and hear with their ears and understand with their hearts and turn again and be more

  • When Your Root Is Injured

    Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Jan 3, 2012
    based on 25 ratings

    A root connotes many things. It also includes the origin or source of a thing or person. It is the base, anchor, beginning or centre of a thing.

  • Outrageous Attitudes Series

    Contributed by Matthew Rogers on Jan 7, 2002
    based on 119 ratings

    When personally wronged or injured, respond with an outrageous attitude.

    May 20, 2001 Relationships in the Kingdom – Part 5 INTRODUCTION Alexander Dumas’ book, The Count of Monte Cristo, has to be one of the most captivating novels ever written. I first read it when I was in high school. The primary character, Edmond Dantes, is a handsome young man with a more

  • The Parable Of The Thumb

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Nov 2, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    An injured thumb led to this unique sermon on the importance of staying connected to God

    The Parable of the Thumb John 15:1-10 Jesus was a great communicator, in fact He was THE great communicator. His teaching held people on the edge of their seats. They said, “No one ever taught like this man.” (Jn 7:46) Why? What was so great about his message? One thing that made more

  • My Mistake, I'm Sorry

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 13, 2004
    based on 39 ratings

    This sermon deals with the need we have to talk openly with one another as oppose to jumping to conclusion and injuring our relationships in the process.

    My Mistake, I’m Sorry GNLCC 2/1/2004 Joshua 22:7-18 James 1:19-21 Text Joshua 22:1-34 Is there anyone here today who has had to say these words or something like this words , “my mistake, I’m sorry” this past week? Is there anybody here, who should have said these words this week, more

  • Walking In The Light, Or Stumbling?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 14, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    We choose darkness, but could choose light in our morality and our language. To choose darkness is to injure ourselves and others.

    Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC January 25, 1987 For a number of years I have made it a habit to get up at five o’clock; yes, that’s five in the morning. I’ve made it my habit as a part of my set of personal disciplines, because I find that I can get at a number more

  • A Shipwrecked Faith Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Jun 23, 2013

    When one runs aground on the Faith, injuring others within the flock, the appropriate response is to hand such individuals over to Satan.

    “This charge I entrust to you, Timothy, my child, in accordance with the prophecies previously made about you, that by them you may wage the good warfare, holding faith and a good conscience. By rejecting this, some have made shipwreck of their faith, among whom are Hymenaeus and Alexander, more

  • Why Forgive

    Contributed by William Wyne on Feb 10, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Forgiveness is a Christian Ministry that God has given the injured and the one who caused its wholeness.

    Mahatma Gandhi said, “the weak finds it difficult to forgive, because forgiveness is an attribute of the strong. But the strong that can and does forgive needs to know that their forgiveness comes from a place, a person, a strength, a power far stronger than them. Reinhold Niebuhr says, more

  • Sixth Trumpet (Second Woe) Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jan 25, 2017

    The horror of the vision mounts. The demonic locusts were allowed to injure but not kill; but now come the squadrons of demonic cavalry to annihilate a third part of the human race.

    By: Tom Lowe Date: 5-23-16 Lesson: III.C.8: Sixth Trumpet (Second Woe): Four Angels With an Army of Two Hundred Million, Killing A Third of Mankind more

  • Friendly Fire

    Contributed by Eric Shrewsberry on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 140 ratings

    Friendly Fire is when you are hit by the ammunition from your own troops. How many church members have been injured from our friendly fire?

    Friendly Fire Introduction: A few years ago, back in 1990, we were involved in what was known as the Persian Gulf War. Our troops took on the Iraqi forces out in the desert of Kuwait. In those two months, January and February, we won an outstanding victory, and we had relatively few casualties. more

  • Be Careful, It's A Trap!

    Contributed by Rev. M Edmunds on Jan 12, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Offense involves the conduct of the person who is injured. It denotes the enticement or occasion leading to conduct that brings with it the ruin of the person in question. In our text Luke 17:1, the concept of offense is concerned mainly with the fact tha

    Today, I would like to deal with the word “offense.” Used in a variety of ways in Scripture, as it is in English: it is an infraction of law, sin, transgression, and state of being damaged. In addition, it is the act of creating resentment, hurt feelings, and displeasure. The Greek word for more

  • Not In Vain Series

    Contributed by Michael Sawyer on Nov 10, 2013

    A brief look at how we can avoid taking God's name in vain. Some things most don't think about that can injure our relationship to God.

    Not In Vain Today we will look at the 3rdcommandment: Exodus 20:7 "You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain, for the LORD will not hold him guiltless who takes his name in vain. Many times we have heard of this command and many times I would guess that we thought of it more

  • He Is Holy! He Is Holy!

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Apr 11, 2015

    Through smart phones, smart education, and smart ways, we are today producing smart rogues who don’t care whom they hurt, whom they injure as long as they are benefited!

    He is Holy! He is Holy! Author: Bala Samson Titus 2:12” us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in the present age.” Here is the extract of the message that I preached in the Saturday fasting prayer at our more

  • Christian Courtesy

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Apr 29, 2017

    Christians are commanded to demonstrate perfect courtesy toward all people. We are called to speak the truth in love; this means that we are to be gentle and gracious toward those who speak ill of us or who attempt to injure us.

  • I Can Change People Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 19, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    Third in a series on popular illusions. We think we can change others, but shaming them will not work. Nor will forcing them. Only a spiritual-relationship crisis will do so. Help them see how sin injures Christ and they will change.

    There have always been folks who have thought they could change the world, people who were unwilling to leave things as they are, who want to make a difference, who want to get things done. They want to change the world. The trouble is, they usually run up against harsh human reality. Eighty or more