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  • I’m About To Make A Comeback

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Dec 12, 2010
    based on 15 ratings
     | 37,836 views

    While there are bad things that happen to good people we must realize like Job that no matter what we go through we have to have a made up mind that God……..no matter what I go through I’m gone trust you !

    “I’m about to make a Comeback “ Text :Job 13.15 Introduction: A. Why do bad things happen to good people ? The Book of Job, is one of the oldest manuscripts in the Bible, probably written before Exodus! It tells the story about a man who’s name bares the title ...read more

  • The Truest Test Of Trust

    Contributed by Stephen E. Trail on Aug 2, 2016
     | 8,760 views

    A sermon to emphasis the importance of trust in God.

    Two men were walking through a field one day when they spotted an enraged bull. Instantly they darted toward the nearest fence. The storming bull followed in hot pursuit, and it was soon apparent they wouldn’t make it. Terrified, the one shouted to the other, "Put up a prayer, John. ...read more

  • The Cost Series

    Contributed by Henry Nwaneri on Nov 20, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,185 views

    The most important things in life can only be acheived by those who conscioulsy count the cost and pay the price.

    Today while praying, I took time to go over all I wanted to do and be for God. At the end I asked myself a question, then I turned around and asked God that question. “God, What will it cost me to fulfill my destiny?” We everyday are faced with the reality of the cost of life. A ...read more

  • The Refiner's Fire

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Aug 18, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 41,364 views

    The prophet Malachi wrote that the Lord would send his messenger of the covenant, and asks, "who can stand when he appears? For he is like a refiner's fire and like fullers' soap." What is the answer to Malachi's question?

    THE REFINER’S FIRE Malachi 3:1-6 I. Introduction – Malachi says that at his appearing Jesus will be like a refiner’s fire, or launderer’s soap. The Israelites had a question, not unlike a question we might ask. Our main text is in answer to a question from the Israelites: Mal 2:17 - You ...read more

  • The Refining Fire

    Contributed by Dr. Casey Adams on Oct 9, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,325 views

    This message is to encourage the believer that even though we go through trails and hardships, we will not be utterly destroyed but we will be purified by the Refiners Fire.

    I. "HE SHALL SIT AS A REFINER AND PURIFIER OF SILVER" A. This is a beautiful and not uncommon figure of speech in Scripture: 1. The Psalmist, the wise men, and the prophets have all made use of it 2. The simile used in our text indicates that God is at work to purify the lives of His people, even ...read more

  • Doctors Bury Their Mistakes Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Mar 18, 2016
     | 4,943 views

    A study of the book of Job 13: 1 – 28

    Job 13: 1 – 28 Doctors Bury Their Mistakes 1 “Behold, my eye has seen all this, my ear has heard and understood it. 2 What you know, I also know; I am not inferior to you. 3 But I would speak to the Almighty, and I desire to reason with God. 4 But you forgers of lies, you are all ...read more

  • I Know Where I Need To Be Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 17, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 4,446 views

    We neither know where we are in our lives, nor where we need to be. But, like Job, we want to break out of the limits, we must take risks, and we learn to locate in trust of God and there to find that where are now is indeed where we need to be!

    “Watch where you plant your feet!” That’s the command I hear every time I help with the garden. “Watch where you plant your feet!” My job is to clear out winter’s debris, the dead leaves and old twigs. I am to open up the flower beds for spring. To do that I have to step into the ...read more

  • Keep Doing What You Been Doing

    Contributed by James Bryant on May 1, 2002
    based on 54 ratings
     | 4,179 views

    When you don’t know what to do....

    KEEP DOING WHAT YOU BEEN DOING Job 13:15 (15) Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him: but I will maintain mine own ways before him. On Tuesday, April 30th, 2002, I laid a dear friend in the grave. Gone all too soon in this life to the next to meet God. Shortly after he took off on a ...read more

  • Circumstantial Living Leads To Circumstantial Worship

    Contributed by Shannon Lewis on Oct 25, 2006
    based on 11 ratings
     | 10,562 views

    When thing are good God is to be praised and when things aren’t so good, God is to be praised. This sermon deals with the realities of "Circumstantial Worship".

    Circumstantial Living Leads to Circumstantial Worship by Pastor Shannon 10/25/2006 Living Springs Church Bandera, Texas www.lsagbandera.com Job 13:15 “Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him…” Job, having suffered incredible loss and enduring terrible circumstances declares that He will ...read more

  • Trusting God In A Time Of Trouble

    Contributed by David Brooks on Jun 4, 2007
    based on 44 ratings
     | 45,788 views

    This is a sermon that teaches us how to trust God in the times of trouble.

    Trusting God In A Time Of Trouble Job 13:15 15 Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him: Sometimes a preacher will find one of those sermons that is just absolutely inspirational. It will move you and stir something inside of you to be all you can for Jesus. Every once in a while he will ...read more

  • Job's Endurance - Job Chapter Thirteen Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Jun 25, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 11,009 views

    This is a study into Job chapter thirteen.

    Job continues his response to Zophar. Job’s response to Zophar takes three chapters. (Chapters 12, 13 and 14) This is the longest response Job has given thus far. 1 "Behold, my eye has seen all this, My ear has heard and understood it. 2 What you know, I also know; I am not inferior to you. ...read more

  • I Know Where I Need To Be Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 25, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,719 views

    Our sin is that we do not know who or where we are, or where we need to be. We can discover that by setting no boundaries, taking risks, and finding that in God we are already where we need to be. Luther Rice Memorial Baptist Church, Silver Spring, MD

    “Watch where you plant your feet!” That’s the command I hear every time I work in the garden. “Watch where you plant your feet!” My job is to clear out dead leaves and old twigs. I open up the flowerbeds for spring. But to do that I have to step into the flowerbeds; I cannot reach all the ...read more

  • Purpose Won’t Kill Me

    Contributed by Gregory Thomas on Apr 2, 2009
    based on 6 ratings
     | 6,280 views

    We will experience adversity but our success is predicated upon how well we handle our trials.

    Purpose won’t Kill Me Though He Slay Me Yet Will I Trust Him, but I will maintain mine own ways before him. Job 13:15 Everyone that knows the story of Job would assert that Job is the master of suffering, having to endure adversity that is unknown to any ordinary ...read more

  • Great Faiths Hopes In God

    Contributed by Paul Carlson on Feb 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,898 views

    Are you interested in finding out the reasons, "why you should put your hope in God"?

    Great Faith Hopes in God! Job 13 FCF: Why should I put my hope in God? PROPOSITION: Because Christ is your Savior, you must hope in Him. I. God’s wisdom will not fail you! 13:1-12 Job’s disappointment in his friends’ wisdom. A. Obtain wisdom through silence (1-6). 1. ...read more

  • Dealing With The Audibles Of Life Series

    Contributed by Charles Whitmire on Oct 5, 2008
    based on 6 ratings
     | 4,785 views

    This message teaches us how to handle the unexpected...

    In football, most of the plays are called by the coaches. It used to be done by signs. The quarterback would get the signs and relay those to his team in the huddle. Now a lot of that is done with technology - the helmet has an audio feature so he can get a play that way... But often, the play that ...read more