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  • What Will Sustain You In Grief?

    Contributed by Bradley Berglund on Apr 6, 2013

    Job gives to us three foundational truths that keep us believing that God is good when circumstances read the other way.

    What Will Sustain You? Job 1:20-22; James 5:10-11 This message was preached the day after I had officiated at my aunt's funeral. She and my father had died within one week of each other near the Thanksgiving holiday. My mother was caught off guard. As we approached the stand next to the more

  • Wonders Of His Love Series

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Dec 26, 2012
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    Why the God-centeredness of God is essential in His expression of love for sinners like us.

    Dakota Community Church December 23, 2012 Wonders of His Love From The Westminster Shorter Catechism (1647): Question 1: What is the chief end of man? Answer 1: Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy Him for ever. Man’s chief end is to glorify God: Romans more

  • The Truth Behind The Scene Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Jan 7, 2016

    A study of the book of Job chapter 1 verses 1 through 22

    Job 1: 1 – 22 The Truth Behind The Scene 1 There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was blameless and upright, and one who feared God and shunned evil. 2 And seven sons and three daughters were born to him. 3 Also, his possessions were seven thousand sheep, more

  • Suffering And Trial

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Oct 23, 2017

    The experience of suffering can at times involve a loss of confidence in God’s near presence.

    Suffering and Trial The experience of suffering can at times involve a loss of confidence in God’s near presence....The challenge of suffering is a test to all sanctity. It is met well whenever the truth of God’s presence is embraced in a deeper certitude of faith. The certitude is directed more

  • The Story Of Job Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Apr 30, 2012
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    Suffering, trails, restoration, faith

    THE STORY OF JOB Job 1: 1-22 (p359) Sept 26, 2010 INTRODUCTION Right before I left for New Orleans the History channel was running a series of shows remembering the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on American…Kari and I watched many of them "Hotel Ground Zero" "102 minutes more

  • Angels And The Novena For Our Nation Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 29, 2012

    The words "angel" and "evangelization" are closely connected. Our nation needs to hear the good news, and to get back on track to God's word.

    Monday of 26th Week in Course October 1, 2012 Verbum Domini Every year the Church gives us a little cluster of days on which to contemplate the spiritual beings who affect our lives. Saturday, it was the feast of Ss. Michael, Gabriel and Rafael, the messengers of God who give protection, the more

  • Job As A Man Of God

    Contributed by Carl Palatino on Apr 30, 2013
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    In times of suffering there is a man of God that we could consider as part of our encouragement to press on and face the trials and suffering.

    JOB AS A MAN OF GOD Introduction: The book of Job has no concrete evidence that Job wrote it while it is possible that may Job written it. Job means “hated” or “the much persecuted.” Perhaps “Job” was a nickname his friends gave him during his more

  • Undeserved Trials –why?

    Contributed by John Bartol on Jun 1, 2013

    Job was bewildered by suffering that seemed undeserved. Here we see a good man suffering, not as punishment for past sins but as proof that he would not waver in the faith. Job was on the Devils hit list, and that was a compliment to his faith. Satan tri

    UNDESERVED TRIALS-WHY? Why do good people sometimes suffer greatly and evil people seem to prosper? Does it pay to be good? Does it pay to serve the Lord? We sometimes say about a very fine person who is having a hard time “ He doesn't deserve this! Or, she doesn't deserve more

  • Weathering The Weather

    Contributed by Perry Greene on May 21, 2013
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    In light of the tornadoes of May 20, 2013, this lesson is an attempt to keep us focused on God in the midst of the storms.

    1, It is Well with My Soul "It Is Well with My Soul" is a very influential hymn penned by hymnist Horatio Spafford and composed by Philip Bliss. This hymn was written after several traumatic events in Spafford¡¯s life. The first was the death of his only son in 1871, shortly followed by the great more

  • The Devil Is In The Details

    Contributed by Spencer Miller on May 6, 2013
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    God is all powerful. Yet He allows Satan to carry out his deceitful and destructive activities—within certain limits—for a purpose.

    We live in a world full of trouble and problems; there are problems after problems. Pollution, natural resources running out, population growth outstripping resources worldwide, etcetera. And then there are individual problems to contend with such as pain, suffering, and death, just to name a more

  • Focus On The Doughnut

    Contributed by Jarrett D. Lott on Jul 18, 2013

    The primary focus of this sermon is to help the believer to look at what God is yet doing even in the midst of all that is happening to them; like focusing on the doughnut & not the hole in the doughnut.

    A doughnut is a type of sweet deep fried pastry. The doughnut is often sprinkled with sugar or other toppings, and may be frosted or glazed as well. Associated in some nations with breakfast, the doughnut is generally agreed to be a sweet and delicious indulgence. Some countries also consume donut more

  • I Want You!

    Contributed by Michael Brown on Jun 9, 2017
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    Message about God wanting people to overcome self-pity, & other disabilities, & be active in His Kingdom until our last day!

    I’m going to read you a list & see if you can tell me what these things have in common; traumatic brain injury, deafness/blindness, chronic illness, eating disorders, insomnia, speech difficulty, Alzheimer’s Disease/dementia. What do those items have in common? They are all different types of more

  • The Broken Hedge

    Contributed by Tunde Iyaomolere on Sep 21, 2017
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    This sermon describes the nature of the divine protection enjoyed by all believers, the reasons why God may remove the divine hedge around His children, the signs that the hedge has been broken or removed and how the broken hedge can be restored.

    BIBLE TEXT: ISAIAH 5:1-5 INTRODUCTION: A hedge is a wall or fence built around a precious property or possession to prevent damage or theft. It is usually set up for the purpose of protection or defense. In the above text, all believers (God's People) were likened to a vineyard with precious more

  • What About Suffering? Series

    Contributed by Paul Carlson on Dec 18, 2015

    PROPOSITION: Because Christ is the source of all life, you must worship Him even during periods of great suffering.

    What About Suffering? Job 1 PROPOSITION: Because Christ is the source of all life, you must worship Him even during periods of great suffering. I. Submit to God’s specific purpose for your suffering! A. Know that even the righteous will suffer (1-12). 1. Pursuing God more

  • Are You Ready For The Tough Times? Series

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Aug 28, 2007
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    This is the first in a series of 4 messages from the book of Job.

    “ARE YOU READY FOR THE TOUGH TIMES? Job 1:6-22 (Begin series – “Life is Tough – God is Good”) INTRO – What is your definition of a tough time? The toughest thing you could think of possibly going through? Well, guess what? That very thing could happen to you. When I went to seminary at New more