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  • Hungry For Him Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jul 22, 2020
     | 1,288 views

    Matthew 5:6 is an essential element of being a follower of Jesus Christ. It is as non-negotiable as faith in Christ (5:3), repenting of sin (5:4), and submitting to God’s will (5:5) which is basically what He’s talked about thus far.

    BEATITUDES SERIES: HUNGRY FOR HIM MATTHEW 5:6 #Beatitudes INTRODUCTION… Abby Making Chicken Parmesan (p) https://www.youtube.com/c/JoshuaWeissman/about I think it was about 2 weeks ago that my daughter Abby said that she wanted to make dinner and wanted to make a recipe she saw on a Youtube ...read more

  • A Pleading

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jul 17, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,266 views

    We have left a God-shape hole in our lives and try to fill it with other things.

    A PLEADING. Jeremiah 2:4-13. In this passage the LORD yet again makes His complaint against the whole house of Israel (Jeremiah 2:4). As we read it, we begin to realise that this is also His indictment against the whole of mankind, and against the visible Church in particular. “What ...read more

  • 2019 The Year Of New Beginnings Series

    Contributed by Cameron Conway on Jan 15, 2019
     | 3,189 views

    A new year is upon us, 2019 is officially here so rather than giving you a Christian horoscope about the coming year I want to talk about how we can embrace change and new beginnings in our lives so we can better serve and follow after God.

    For more information and other teachings, podcasts, videos, books and study guides visit https://conwaychristianresources.com A new year is upon us, 2019 is officially here so happy birthday Earth?!? Now rather than me giving you a Christian horoscope about the coming year I want to talk about ...read more

  • The God Of Me Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Jan 7, 2019
     | 2,586 views

    After discussing the god of me, this sermon explores how two biblical people finally found in God what they had previously been looking for in the wrong places.

  • Doors: Open Or Closed

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Aug 24, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 63,143 views

    The majority of the body of Christ believes that God opens doors (a "yes" answer to prayer) and closes doors (a "no" answer to prayer) in their lives. Does scripture support such a belief?

    The message today is one that I believe is going to challenge traditional thinking in the Body of Christ. How many of you have heard the following statements and, perhaps, even said them? ? When God opens a door no one can close it. ? When God closes a door no one can open it. ? When one ...read more

  • The Importance Of Staying On Course Series

    Contributed by John Gullick on Feb 20, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,190 views

    A sermon that looks at the importance of the Christian not repeating Israels mistakes revealed in Jeremiah chapter 2 - Uses some resources from Sermon central.

    JThe importance of staying on course The lessons of Israel for today. Psalm 119:1-8 MSG 0Save 1 You're blessed when you stay on course, walking steadily on the road revealed by God. 2 You're blessed when you follow his directions, doing your best to find him. 3 That's right - ...read more

  • "Keep The Saw Sharpe"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Aug 27, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,385 views

    Our spiritual life's need to be kept Sharpe to in order to get through thirsty times, for we live in thirsty lands, we are a thirsty people, are souls are thirsty, and our spiritual cisterns need to be kept in good shape.

    • We live in a thirsty Land, We are thirsty People, we are thirsty Souls, we also need Spiritual repairs So, what's the solution to our spiritual problem, as God's people? The answer ought to be perfectly obvious: Keep the cistern in good repair! Faithful disciples must maintain a reserve of ...read more

  • Follow And Serve The One Who Will Never Leave You

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jun 11, 2015
     | 4,554 views

    We must use the courage that a life in faith with God gives us to live a life that is more revolutionary than our secular world or any other non-Christian faith. God will give us the courage to work like army commandos.

    If I told you that religion is not the same as Christianity, would you be surprised? Religion is man's attempt to reach God. It focuses on our deeds. It is the broken cistern referred to in Jeremiah 2:4-13. Christianity is God's attempt to reach man. We are meant to be fully in relationship with ...read more

  • A Crack Pot Or A Cracked Pot

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 7, 2014
     | 6,421 views

    God can use our cracks, our flaws to spread the Living Water to those in the world around us. When we live our faith, when we show our faith, the Living Water is pouring from us, despite our condition, to change the world.

    Just in case you didn’t know, according to Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary, a crackpot is defined as “a person who is crazy or very strange.” I am sure this was not a news flash for just about anyone here this morning. I spent quite a bit of time this past week trying ...read more

  • Fountains Free Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Apr 2, 2014
     | 3,207 views

    Shepherds live(d) a harsh life in the Negev. Water was key to the survival of the flock. Living water was key.

    1. Superman Vs. Batman There was an interesting article in Time magazine some time ago. It was about Superman -- and it seems this superhero has fallen on hard times lately. Even though, as a cartoon character he is the icon of DC comics he trails behind Batman in popularity. At DC Comics, Jim ...read more

  • Come To The Fountain, Finding Contentment.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Jun 3, 2013
    based on 3 ratings
     | 4,565 views

    Leaders who didn’t really know the Lord were setting idolatrous pattern for others (Hosea 4:6) Two evils, first, Israel abandoned the Lord, their only source of spiritual sustenance. Secondly, Israel turned to idolatrous objects of trust. Jeremiah com

    Come To the Fountain, Finding Contentment. Jeremiah 2:11-13NASB Professional golfer Paul Azinger was diagnosed with cancer at age 33. He had just won a PGA championship and had ten tournament victories to his credit. 
He wrote, "A genuine feeling of fear came over me. I could die ...read more

  • The Problem Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Jul 3, 2012
     | 5,960 views

    Israel had problems living as a nation under God. Understanding her problems help us analyze America's problems.

    “A Nation Under God: The Problem” Jer. 2:1-37 The late Reformed pastor and theologian Abraham Kuyper said, “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry: ‘Mine!’” As we ...read more

  • “what Subject Is Important Enough To Be In 45 Of Jeremiah’s 52 Chapters?”

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Dec 16, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,210 views

    This sermon looks at the biggest subject in Jeremiah: idolatry.

    Talking About It Again And Again And Again: The biggest subject in Jeremiah is that God’s people had wandered off after idols. - Jeremiah 2:5, 11, 13. - v. 5, 11 – Following worthless idols. - Back in Israel’s day the idols were usually literal idols. Figures of wood or ...read more

  • The Idol That Leads You To Unhappiness: Idolatry Series

    Contributed by R. Escoanyelin Ortiz on Nov 8, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,652 views

    to communicate the burden that idols can not make you happy

  • Getting Back Together With God

    Contributed by Darren Sirmans on Jan 17, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,598 views

    There is a big difference from being actively in Christ, and outside of Christ.