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  • Ash Wednesday: A Confession

    Contributed by Jebryan Reiter on Feb 26, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    An Ash Wednesday Sermon focusing on sin, confession, repentance and mortality

    Ash Wednesday: A Confession “Return to me, says the Lord, with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning, and rend your hearts and not your garments. Return to the Lord your God, for He is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love.” (Joel more

  • Swing The Sickle Series

    Contributed by Mark Armstrong on Feb 16, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    God's judgement is fearful. God will call to account those who reject him. Don't say you weren't warned. Return to the Lord.

    The great and terrible day of the Lord. Are you afraid of God? Do you secretly harbour a fear of him? Maybe in your upbringing you were introduced to a god who scared you and this was reinforced as you read those violent stories in the OT. Does a fear of God turn you away him? The language that more

  • The Lord Dwells In Zion Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Sep 5, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    This brief study of Joel is intended to awaken the church to an understanding of prophetic literature and to prepare our hearts for the day in which we live (adapted from Joel Rosenberg’s Epicenter conference and Mike Bickle’s series on Joel).

    Joel Pt7 The Lord Dwells in Zion Introduction/Review Continue with our study of Joel- look at v3.1-21. Chap 1- locust plague- God’s judgment Chap 2- military invasion- God’s judgment Chap 1/2- God calls for a corporate response End- chap 2- a picture of God’s restoration v2.18-32- we saw the more

  • An Overview Of The Book Of Joel

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Feb 14, 2015
    based on 7 ratings

    We cannot change the past: but in Christ, God restores to us what would have been had we not allowed sin an entrance (Joel 2:25).

    AN OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK OF JOEL. Joel 1-3. The name Joel means ‘Yahweh is God’ or perhaps ‘Whose God is the LORD’. There is no doubt that Joel's God is the LORD: not only on account of his given name, but also because of his courage in confronting Israel and the nations with a far-reaching more

  • Supporting An Enemy Of God

    Contributed by Travis L. Billings on Jan 6, 2020

    What happens when we align ourselves with what is contrary to God and in opposition to Christ? When we sin, we crucify an innocent man all over again.

    Heavenly Father, we have come against you and your commands in ways that have cost us dearly. Our sinful ways and disobedience to your commands have resulted in chastisement and punishment from you. You have proven that you will do whatever it takes to correct us and bring us back to you. It is more

  • The Bridegroom Gives An Abundance Of New Wine

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Feb 6, 2021

    To those who love him, the Bridegroom gives this promise: his great marriage feast is coming! At that feast there won’t ever be the disappointment that it’s coming to an end, that the joy is running out, but there will be blessedness unending.

    When you meet someone new, it can take a while to get to know them. Maybe you’re starting at high school or university, and you’re meeting all kinds of people for the first time. Or you just gained a few new colleagues at work. Well, it’ll take a while to get acquainted. You chat together on and more

  • All Believers Can Be Bearers Of The Word Of God

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 9, 2023

    Joel gives the judgement: it’s because of the sin of the Israelites themselves. Just the opposite of the faith and obedience of Mary that Jesus wants in His disciples.

    Saturday of the 27th week in Course 2023 I think this brief Gospel gives us words that either Jesus or His Mother could have proclaimed. As usual, there’s a big crowd around Jesus, perhaps hundreds clamoring for attention, for encouragement, for healing or forgiveness. A woman raises her voice and more

  • Jesus Offers A Better Drink (John 2:1-11) Series

    Contributed by Garrett Tyson on Jan 6, 2022

    The wine Jesus gives, is far superior to Judaism's water. Celebrate the grace given to you in Christ.

    Our story continues this week in John 2. In the series of days we've seen so far in the gospel of John, this is day 7. Now, before I do anything else, I want to say this up front: I'm not sure I've ever studied a passage before, and seen so many gifted scholars come to so many more

  • The Final Chapter - #5 Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Mar 29, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    What does the endtime judgment look like? See God's judgment and justice come to fruition.

    Words of Warning – Series on Joel The Final Chapter Joel 3:1-21 * Over the years many movies that carried the title- “THE FINAL CHAPTER.” Generally, with these words comes a sense of finality. Additionally, when we get to the final chapter in a book we are reading we know that more

  • The Songs Of Ascent – Part 13 – Psalm 129 – Israel Is The Most Persecuted Nation In History Yet The Lord Is Righteous – Part Three Of Three Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Sep 5, 2023

    Psalm 129 continues with this third message looking at how Israel has faced persecution. The final end for the nation is glorious as the Lord’s heritage is Israel, and Jerusalem is the city of the Great King. This Psalm is very Jewish and after the long years of persecution, blessing will come.

    THE SONGS OF ASCENT – PART 13 – PSALM 129 – ISRAEL IS THE MOST PERSECUTED NATION IN HISTORY YET THE LORD IS RIGHTEOUS – PART THREE OF THREE Psalm 129 focuses on the persecution endured by Israel and in the two previous parts we looked into some of this. This last Part ends the Psalm but it still more

  • In That Day Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Feb 3, 2017

    Implications of the Millennial Kingdom and the New Jerusalem.

    Back at the first of the year, we started our journey through the book of Joel. Week after week since then, we’ve talked about the nearness of the Day of the Lord. We’ve seen that the Day of the Lord will be a time when the cup of God’s wrath is finally filled. His patience and more

  • We Are Blessed Series

    Contributed by Aarron Ellerman on Jan 22, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    Our blessings from God are so much more than merely our material possesions

    Joel 3:17-21 “We Are Blessed” We are blessed because we can know God. Vs. 17 • “You will know that I am the LORD your God.” o Blessing begins with the knowledge of God. o This type of knowledge is more than just knowing about something. o Many people know about and even believe in God. James more