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  • The X Rated Sermon Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Oct 23, 2001
    based on 247 ratings
     | 30,260 views

    The introduction to a series on the Sermon on the Mount

    The "X-Rated Sermon" A preacher by the name of Wilbur Reese once preached a message in which he presented a listeners guide to sermons. Reese stated that sermons ought to be rated in much the same way that movies were rated. Which would of coursed seem particularly relevant for our ...read more

  • Kangaroo Court Series

    Contributed by Joseph Rodgers on Apr 1, 2004
    based on 24 ratings
     | 2,464 views

    The 4th message in a series leading up to Easter focusing on the people involved in the Passion of Christ. This message focuses upon Pilate and the six trials leading up to Jesus’ death.

    The Passion March 28, 2004 Kangaroo Court Sunday AM Intro: I’m a big fan of courtroom dramas. Whether it’s a Grisham book, Law and Order, Matlock, or JAG, my favorite part is always when the attorney is clever enough to be able to catch and expose the witness on the stand and bring ...read more

  • Declare Your Independence Series

    Contributed by Clint Meade on Sep 29, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 2,144 views

    An exposition of Col. 2:16-19

    Colossians 2:16-19 Clint Meade Cornerstone Baptist Church, 9-30-2007 Along with the rest of the western world, I have been watching the events that are unfolding within Venezuela and Iran. Those two nations are being led by two very dangerous men. Both Hugo Chavez of ...read more

  • 24:1 Just A Day Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jun 11, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,949 views

    This is the beginning of our 24 series, 24 sermons on one day in the life of Christ.

    It began like any other day, and like any other day it had twenty four hours, no more and no less. And yet before those twenty four hours were over their world was turned upside down. Who would have thought so much could happen in a mere twenty four hours, that things could change so much from ...read more

  • Beware Of The Philosophy Of Colossians

    Contributed by Izak Shipman on Nov 30, 2002
    based on 54 ratings
     | 1,277 views

    A sermon about the philosophy of the church colosians which is still happening today.

    Beware of the Philosophy of Colossians Let’s take a look at Colossians · Small City 100 miles east of Ephesus · Once was a strong city, famous for black glossy wool. · By the time of letter decreasing in value due to Ladiosence and Hierapolis neighbouring cities. · Small didn’t have ...read more

  • Christianity Centers In Christ Series

    Contributed by Donald Minshew on Jul 17, 2007
     | 984 views

    Describes how Christ is the central point to our belief system

    Christianity centers in Christ! Colossians 2:16-23 1. Christians follow Christ, not men’s rules. Contexually: Jewish legal system. Not under law…and we’ve never been under it. Make our own rules: Great ones for making rules. Not so good at making them. Florida: The state constitution ...read more

  • Love Breakts The Rules Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jul 31, 2005
    based on 34 ratings
     | 3,051 views

    In the story of Jesus healing the paralytic, we see the love of the man’s friends and the love of Jesus coming breaking the rules in order to change lives.

    Matthew 9:2-7 “Love Breaks the Rules” INTRODUCTION What is love? Love is a popular word in the English language. Perhaps its popularity has led to its over use and its loss of meaning. Certainly “I love spaghetti,” means something very different from the, “I love you,” that we whisper ...read more

  • Why Is The Resurrection Of Jesus Important? Series

    Contributed by David Fox on Nov 12, 2001
    based on 123 ratings
     | 8,345 views

    Does it matter if Jesus really rose?

    WHY IS THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS IMPORTANT <<<ILL>>> On February 27th, 1991 Ruth Dillow was at home in Chanuk, Kansas when the phone rang. It was bad news from the Pentagon. Her son, Private First Class Clayton Carpenter, had stepped on a landmine in the Persian Gulf War and was ...read more

  • A Day Of Rest Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Feb 14, 2003
    based on 50 ratings
     | 3,658 views

    Commandment #4 and its implication for today

    INTRODUCTION • How many of us have wished for more hours in the day? We think if we have more time we could get more done! More hours in the day would just make for a more hectic day for most of us. • How many of us feel like our batteries are about to run down? Our lives seem to be more ...read more

  • Journeying With Jesus Through Lent #6 ‘along The Road Of Joy To Rejection Series

    Contributed by Michael B. Perrott on Apr 1, 2009
    based on 10 ratings
     | 9,159 views

    We reflect upon Jesus’ Triumphal Entry and our hopes in and expectations of Jesus, our Messiah, as he travels from Celebration and welcome, to rejection.

    Mark 11:1-11 Sermon Series: Lent 2009 We reflect upon Jesus’ Triumphal Entry and our hopes and expectations in Jesus, our Messiah, as he travels from Celebration and welcome, to rejection. A SERMON FOR THE SIXTH SUNDAY OF LENT 2009 (Palm Sunday). Journeying with Jesus through Lent ...read more

  • Freedom From Bondage And Condemnation Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Jul 4, 2001
    based on 24 ratings
     | 3,072 views

    UNION WITH CHRIST HAS FREED US FROM THE BONDAGE AND CONDEMNATION OF THE FALSE ISMS (WHICH CLAIM TO BE THE PATHWAY TO SPIRITUALITY)

    BIG IDEA: UNION WITH CHRIST HAS FREED US FROM THE BONDAGE AND CONDEMNATION OF THE FALSE ISMS (WHICH CLAIM TO BE THE PATHWAY TO SPIRITUALITY) INTRODUCTION Follows along with theme introduced in vs. 16 -- “See to it that no one takes you captive” “Therefore” – points to what has been covered ...read more

  • Dealing With Anger

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Jul 12, 2001
    based on 51 ratings
     | 2,598 views

    Jesus expects us to control our temper

    INTRODUCTION In verses 21-48 Jesus gives us six examples of how our righteousness can exceed that of the scribes and Pharisees. SERMON I. A LOOK AT THE 6TH COMMANDMENT. OLD EXPECTATIONS. v. 21 A. KJV. “By." Attacking the present interpretation of the 6th commandment. B. NASB. ...read more

  • Finding The Will Of God: The Information Signpost Series

    Contributed by Dan Morrison on Sep 18, 2002
    based on 32 ratings
     | 2,490 views

    While traveling how many of you don’t like to get lost? When you do lose your way, or you don’t think you are on the right track what do you do? Stop and get information.

    Finding God’s will: the Information Signpost. Intro: While traveling how many of you don’t like to get lost? When you do lose your way, or you don’t think you are on the right track what do you do? Stop and get information. My own experience: Others: ride all day rather than ask; some ask ...read more

  • Out Of Context

    Contributed by Robert Sickler on Apr 23, 2018
     | 501 views

    Taking a verse out of context and using it to support our opinion can put us on thin ice with the Lord, especially when we stretch things too far.

    Out of Context Introduction When we make a statement or a write about something it is very important to be sure we remain within the context of what we are referencing. It may be a true statement that we once saw a man catch a 150 pound catfish; however, if we make this statement, while writing ...read more

  • Good News To Share

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 9, 2010
     | 934 views

    Encouraging Christians to share their faith - PowerPoint slides aere available for this sermon on request - email: gcurley@gcurley.info

    Evangelism talk Reading: Colossians chapter 1 verses 1-12. Ill: • Back in 1820 the average person in England wrote only three letters a year. • And with good reason. • Letters in those days were mailed without a cover and could be read by anyone. • But William Mulready had an idea to ...read more