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  • Trust God, Though You Can’t Trace His Ways

    Contributed by Sunitha Justin on Aug 28, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    Life is easier if everything could be seen. If we knew what the future holds for us. If we knew God’s timings. When Abraham went to offer Isaac, it would have been easier for Abraham if he knew what was to happen. He probably wouldn’t have spent a sleepless night. But Abraham had to wait in faith.

    Proverbs 3:5 - Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding It is easy to trust something when you can actually see it. If you can see what is unfolding right before your eyes, it is easy to trust God. The disciple Thomas could not believe when the other disciples more

  • Fix The Dishwasher

    Contributed by Roy Fowler on Aug 15, 2020

    Don't set around when there are things that can be done.

    ILLUSTRATION: A Mother and her son were talking. His mother lived for nearly 94 years. One day around her 90th year she said something like, "If I had known I would live this long, I would have fixed the dishwasher." It had stopped working. So there it sat quietly waiting to be fixed. more

  • Patience In Suffering

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Jun 28, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    The following sermon is going to suggest that it is possible and even spiritually advantageous for Christians to be patient and rejoice in our Lord during the greatest storms of suffering in our lives!

    Patience in Suffering (James 5:7-12) Online Sermon: Who amongst us would ask to be granted the patience of Job? To sit upon a “dunghill” of unimaginable suffering and pain and yet cry out “blessed be the name of the Lord” for though “He slay me, more

  • Amen Pass The Ham

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Mar 31, 2020

    Good things may come to those who wait, but the best things come when we wait with patience on God.

    Amen! Pass the Ham! 2 Peter 1:6  And to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; James 1:4  But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing. James more

  • Justifying Job – How Not To Respond To Trials And Tribulations

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Mar 19, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    With the sudden onslaught of the Worldwide pandemic, it seems appropriate to revisit the trials of Job.

    Throughout the centuries, the story of Job has been used to help people in times of sorrow and sickness. Many have interpreted that God was responsible for “allowing" satan to afflict Job, and therefore He “allows” sorrows, suffering, poverty, and sickness to come upon His children. However, more

  • Grumble Fumble Series

    Contributed by John Widdifield on Dec 17, 2019

    A sermon on the dangers of grumbling and feeding the beast. My outline style is a horrible mess, but I hope someone finds some value here. I read it like a manuscript. God bless.

    Grumble Fumble James 5:7-10 (12-15-2019) James 5:7-11 New International Version (NIV) Patience in Suffering 7 Be patient, then, brothers and sisters, until the Lord’s coming. See how the farmer waits for the land to yield its valuable crop, patiently waiting for the autumn and spring rains. more

  • Don’t Worry

    Contributed by Damien Saylor on Nov 30, 2019

    The greatest lie ever told was, to be a Christian means things will always be the greatest or best. There will be troubles!

    - The great hindrance to serving the Lord, & being good stewards for Him, is work. - I think the greatest lie ever told was, to be a Christian means things will always be greatest or best. - You read today’s headlines & realize that’s not true. - Hillsong’s previous worship more

  • Pray Like Elijah Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Oct 30, 2019
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    James teaches on prayer and James refers directly to a prayer of Elijah the prophet in the Old Testament.

    MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK SERIES PRAY LIKE ELIJAH JAMES 5:13-18 #JAMESatCCC [INVOLVE KIDS: Call up kids and have them hold a sign. Read the Scripture and as you read walk behind the line of them and touch them on the shoulder. When you touch them on the shoulder, have them raise their sign more

  • You Rich People Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Oct 23, 2019

    In the passage we will read, addressed to “you rich people,” James frames wealth in its proper place in our Christian life.

    MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK SERIES "You Rich People" JAMES 5:1-8 #JAMESatCCC INTRODUCTION… I was doing some reading and came across an interesting article about wealth and feeling rich. The author’s name is Paul Hudson. I couldn’t nail more

  • Fe Que Mueve MontaÑas

    Contributed by Luis Marquez on Sep 21, 2019

    Una fe que mueve montañas se basa en Jesucristo y crece por medio de la paciencia, perseverancia y la oración.

    FE QUE MUEVE MONTAÑAS HEBREOS 11:1; MATEO 17:20-21, STGO 5: 7-13 INTRODUCCION: Ilustración: un equilibrista francés cruza la cuerda floja sobre el Niagara, aplausos, Cuantos creen que puedo hacerlo con alguien sobre mis hombros... aplausos de aprobación. Pide voluntario: nadie more

  • Patience In The Midst Of Sufferings

    Contributed by Terry Denis on Aug 5, 2019

    A common definition of Patience: “Patience is the capacity to accept or endure trouble or suffering without getting angry or upset”

    I - Introduction: 1. We learned about the Long Suffering of God a. The long suffering of God leads to repentance. 1. Romans 2:4 4 Or do you show contempt for the riches of his kindness, forbearance and patience, not realizing that God’s kindness is intended to lead you to repentance? 2. 2 more

  • What To Do When You're Waiting Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 6, 2019

    When you’ve been wronged, wait on the Lord’s return and do what’s right.

    What to Do When You’re Waiting James 5:7-12 Rev. Brian Bill April 6-7, 2019 How many of you find it difficult to wait? Listen to these stats. • Each year we spend around 13 hours on hold. • The average person spends six months of their life waiting in lines. To bring it closer to home, we’re more

  • Give Me Patience ... Now! Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Mar 31, 2019

    It is always a bad idea to try to accomplish God’s plan in your own way and by your own timing. God’s plans come complete with His methods and His timing, and when we get impatient and try to tinker with that … well, everything gets all messed up.

    “Don’t pray for patience.” Who hasn’t heard that before, amen? It’s almost become an axiom when it comes to prayer, hasn’t it? Some of you, I suspect, believe it and have even advised someone in your family or one of your friends not to pray for patience. I disagree. I pray for patience all more

  • "Pausing For The Blessing”

    Contributed by Bubot Parago on Feb 21, 2019
    based on 2 ratings

    it is as if Peter is no longer standing on water but standing on the Word “COME” of our Lord... Peter had a solid rock word on his feet. That is, until he saw the wind. Can you imagine he can see the wind?

    In this hurry-up world, fast-paced technologies, waiting for anything can cause us to lose our temper, our patience and our good sense—more frequently than we care to admit! No one enjoys waiting in line. We don’t like waiting at stoplights. We don’t like waiting for dinner. We don’t even like more

  • James 6 Right Attitudes Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Oct 28, 2018

    We put faith in action when we approach life with a right attitude about God’s will, life and work. The other truth I see in our texts today is where we live matters to God too and all this seems rooted in our attitude with God.

    Series: James – Let’s do it! Thesis of Book: The message of the book is “Let’s do it – live the faith – put it into action! The half-brother of Jesus is speaking to the scattered Jewish Christians across the nations – they were scattered right after Stephen was killed. James tells these more