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  • Jesus Teaching At The Temple Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jul 9, 2016

    Jesus is not asking the Jews to become expert judges of one another– far from it. He is instructing them (and us) to know who it is we should worship; and when we worship, to do so properly without our own views inserted.

    Jesus Teaching at the Temple John 7:1-24 Introduction - The gospel of John screams of the faith that we should have in Christ -- It is the clearest example of living life FOR the one who redeemed you and I - Today we will see two different stories played out before us: -- The more

  • Jet Tour Through 1 Corinthians Series

    Contributed by Travis Moore on Oct 31, 2000
    based on 149 ratings

    Introduction to 1 Corinthians

    1 CORINTHIANS - Sanctification INTRODUCTION: 1 Corinthians was the 4th Epistle written by Paul. It provides an excellent view of the early Church with their struggles for doctrinal and personal purity. I. The Author of the Book - The Apostle Paul (1:1) A. Paul (1:1 & 16:21) - Though more

  • Characteristics Of A Successful Church

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 176 ratings

    The church of Antioch characterized a successful church because of its quality leaders. You can determine the quality of most organizations by the character of their leadership. The Antioch church proved to be the most influential and illustrious of all t

    1. The church of Antioch characterized a successful church because of its quality leaders. You can determine the quality of most organizations by the character of their leadership. The Antioch church proved to be the most influential and illustrious of all the first century churches because of more

  • Paul Goes To Athens Lesson 44 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Oct 19, 2018

    Paul goes to Athens

    A. INTRODUCTION 1. The Berean Christians accompanied Paul to Athens because they were concerned for his safety. 2. In the province of Achaia, Paul ministered to Athens and Corinth, but preached the same message of the gospel. a. Athens – philosophy, center of science, arts and more

  • Writing First Letter To Corinth Lesson 45

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Oct 19, 2018

    Writing first letter to Corinth

    A. REVIEW OF CORINTH MINISTRY (ACTS 18:1-17) 1. What was Corinth like? The city was a harbor and trade center. Small ships transported over the Isthmus on wooden rail. It was a city of loose morals. Greeks described immorality “to live like a Corinthian.” 2. Paul, the tent maker. Aquila and more

  • The Constant Revelation Of Grace

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Apr 6, 2010

    God is constantly revealing His grace to us, but we don't always see it. Here is a story of God's grace, and man's resistance to it.

    Passage: Matthew 9:1-8 Intro: We live in a world of constants. 1. a constant is something that is unchanging and invariable. 2. these are laws of the universe that do not change. 3. probably the most well-known and commonly experienced is the law of gravity. PP Gravity formula. more

  • Paul's Work At The House Of Crispus & Justus Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 4, 2017

    When Paul left the synagogue (see 18:4, 6), he moved his place of witness to the house of a Gentile God-fearer named “Titus Justice,” who probably was one of those mentioned in 18:4 as being present in the Corinthian synagogue. The name Titus Justice...

    April 15, 2015 By: Tom Lowe Lesson: Paul's Work at the House of Crispus & Justus (18:7-11) more

  • The First And Last Of Revelation

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jan 25, 2010

    A blessing to all who read and heed it and a curse to any who dare to change it, Revelation is a unique and amazing book.

    The First and Last of Revelation Text: 1:1-3, 22:18-21 Revelation from start to finish is a very unusual book of the Bible, especially of the New Testament. It begins with a blessing upon all who read it and heed it and ends with a call and warning upon all who might tamper with its contents. more

  • It's All About God's Glory

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Nov 2, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    What is the mission of God's people

    It’s All About God’s Glory I Corinthians 3:6 “I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the increase.” To say that Paul’s relationship with the Corinthian church was difficult would be an understatement. The church which Paul had founded there was full of strife more

  • What Do You Want For Christmas

    Contributed by Joan Hart on Jan 1, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    A Christmas sermon making a distinction between our wants and our needs using men of the Bible as examples.

    What do you want for Christmas? Is it something you want, or is it something you need? As many parents try to teach their children, we don’t get everything we want, but we usually get what we need. Many times they are not the same. Today I want us to look at 4 men in the Bible who met the more

  • Paul In Corinth Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 25, 2005
    based on 1 rating

    we can be confident in sharing the gospel with our friends and neighbours because we know that God has already called out people to hear and respond when they hear the good news of salvation.

    I want to finish this part of our series on Acts by reflecting on the way God continued to encourage and support Paul in his preaching of the gospel, despite the great opposition he faced. God’s empowering was such that many people came to believe in Jesus. Paul was able to keep going despite the more

  • When Heaven Speaks, Do Churches Listen? Series

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jul 22, 2002
    based on 15 ratings

    If Jesus sent a message to your church, what would he say? He did just that in the first part of Revelation, we can still hear his voice to us if we listen in.

    Revelation, the Grand Finale of God’s Word Chapters 1-3 Lesson 2 When Heaven Speaks Do Churches Listen? Just imagine meeting Jesus today! When Paul saw the resurrected, glorified Jesus he fell down and was blinded. When John sees him on the isle of Patmos he falls down as a dead man. more

  • From Brotherly Love To Lukewarm (Philadelphia And Laodicea) Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Monte Brown on Apr 13, 2013

    The series of messages on End Times for Today will take the words from Revelation chapter by chapter and reveal the blessings that are promised within these pages. The Greek word Philadelphia means = “brotherly love” which occurs seven times in the Bible

    The Greek word Philadelphia means = “brotherly love” which occurs seven times in the Bible and the Greek word for Laodicea means = “lukewarm.” So our message goes from brotherly love to lukewarm. The message this morning is a two part message “From Brotherly more

  • Unquenchable Series

    Contributed by David Ward on Jun 22, 2016

    Big Idea: God don't want no worthless worship, so let's make our worship worth His while. Points: Worship is worthless to God when it isn't reverent, repentant, or real.

    INTRODUCTION: Comedian Rodney Dangerfield, who died in 2004 at the age of 82, made a living making fun of himself and the difficulty of getting what we all desire: a little respect, please. Some of his best lines: • "I tell ya I get no respect from anyone. I bought a cemetery plot. The guy more

  • A Mother's Faith

    Contributed by Paul Norwood on May 9, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    A Mother's Day sermon that gives five characteristics of good mothers derived from the Canaanite woman who begged Jesus to heal her demon-possessed daughter.

    “A Mother’s Faith” Text: 2 Timothy 1:3-5 I. Welcome While we are to honor our mothers each day of our lives, we do want to take a moment and wish everyone a Happy Mother’s Day. We all had a mother or we wouldn’t be here this morning. Yet, this can be a very more