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  • Daniel 9: This May Take A While Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Sep 3, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,467 views

    When hopes are delayed, turn to the Bible, pray, and look to the future. The final fulfillment is in Christ, (Daniel 9:24) "...to put an end to sin, to atone for wickedness, to bring in everlasting righteousness..."

    THIS MAY TAKE A WHILE—Daniel 9 The family is on a road trip, when one of the kids starts the incessant refrain, “Are we almost there?” The parent replies, “Not yet; we have a ways to go.” Ten minutes later, the question and answer are the same. “Are we almost there? Are we at least making ...read more

  • Humility, Repentance And An Increase Of The Anointing

    Contributed by Brett Crosson on May 1, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,635 views

    IT’s TRUE: We MUST keep the main thing the main thing. Walking humbly before God in contrition of heart over our sins and that of our nation ought to be one of these main things. Or else we get caught up in hyper grace, knowing truth but never being set free.

    Walking in humility, repentance and a greater anointing Humility is a key to seeing God move and for Him increase you in the anointing. Biblically speaking, Humility has a lot to do with fasting and vise-versa. Fasting had to do with mourning. Jesus was asked: why don’t your disciples fast. He ...read more

  • The God Who Weeps

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jun 12, 2016
    based on 6 ratings
     | 5,814 views

    Our resources have run out, and there is no healing balm for the malady of sin apart from the blood of Jesus.

    THE GOD WHO WEEPS. Jeremiah 8:18-22; Jeremiah 9:1. We are accustomed to referring to Jeremiah as the ‘weeping prophet’ – and rightly so. However, Jeremiah’s tears do not just speak to us about the prophet, but also about the people – and mainly about God. In that sense, we might refer to the ...read more

  • Life’s Major Pursuit

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Feb 24, 2010
    based on 119 ratings
     | 1,946,435 views

    Pursuing God ❶. Gives us a Desire to Be Like Him ❷. Reveals the Truth About Ourselves ❸. Enables Us to Interpret Our World ❹. Makes Us Stronger & More Secur

    Trivial Pursuit board game - Created 1979 is a game in which progress is determined by a player's ability to answer general knowledge and popular culture questions - The object of the game was to answer a correct question in each of 6 categories such as Geography, Sports and Leisure, History, ...read more

  • God's Light Shining Through Darkness

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Jan 27, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,970 views

    A sermon with an Australia Day emphasis, that reminds us how God’s light is constantly breaking through darkness to save people.

    How was your Australia Day? How did you spend your Australia Day? Yesterday I was the official pastor at the Australia Day celebrations for the City of Burnie. At this event a number of people became citizens of Australia And one of the things that surprised me, was despite it being a secular ...read more

  • The Weeping Prophet

    Contributed by Colin Bain on Feb 24, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 9,752 views

    Describes and contrasts the hearts of the Pastor, the People and God, leading to reconciliation.

    Heart of the matter Have you ever tried to buy something in an electronics store recently? I don’t know which training program they are using, but it seem that they work on the principle that if the salesman talks long enough about stuff the customer doesn’t care about, then the customer buys ...read more

  • "Are You A Speckled Bird?"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Sep 24, 2004
    based on 24 ratings
     | 21,829 views

    Jesus would not "fly away," and so, they crucified him... Why did the world hate Jesus? Why does the world hate you?

    Title: "The Great Speckled Bird" Introduction: Years ago I heard a song sung about the "great speckled bird." I had no idea of what the singer was singing about. In my devotions I came across this passage of scripture and studied it out. God was saying to Jeremiah, "those who follow me are ...read more