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  • How To Be A Successful Nobody

    Contributed by John Gaston on May 5, 2021

    This is a rewrite of Glenn Pease's fine message. It talks about many of the un-named people in the Bible who played such big roles in the events of the New Testament. We think of ourselves as nobodys, but that's not what Heaven thinks! You have a lot to give.

    HOW TO BE A SUCCESSFUL NOBODY John 6:1-13 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: WHY LIFE IS CONFUSING TO MANY 1. A librarian commented concerning a woman just leaving her desk that she could get more out of a mystery novel than anyone she knew. "How is that?" asked her co-worker. 2. She replied, more

  • "wave Walkers" Series

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on May 4, 2021

    This message deals with the account of Jesus and Peter as they walked on the water

    THE WAVE WALKERS (Message 15 Gospel of John 2021) John 6:16-21 (also Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:47-53) Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ May 2, 2021 Video Link: INTRODUCTION: 1) Last week we looked at the feeding of the 5,000, and the events of that the next more

  • Spirit-Empowered Disciples Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Apr 20, 2021

    How in the world did Jesus' followers change the world? Jesus promises them the Holy Spirit.

    [Great Commission Video] By now, we should all be aware that Jesus’ command to go and make disciples is something to take seriously. We’re all learning day by day how to do this. At the start of this year, we started walking with Jesus through his ministry, beginning at the Jordan River and His more

  • How To Be A Successful Nobody Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 6, 2021

    Jesus did not expect the lad to feed the five thousand. All He needed was for the boy to give what he had. It is up to us to do our best, and up to Christ to do the rest.

    Years ago a very famous organist was giving a recital on a new organ. The wind was pumped by a small boy behind a screen. The boy pumped his heart out at this recital, and he was glad for the intermission half way through the program. Out in the vestry of the church the boy looked up at the great more

  • Lord Of The Storm

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Mar 21, 2021

    As Lord of all creation, Jesus won’t let anything stop his plan to redeem sinners. So there is nothing more powerful than these words of comfort for his believers: “It is I.” His words overcome all our fears: “I am Jesus. Do not be afraid.”

    It is humbling to stand at the edge of the ocean. Looking out over the water, seeing the pounding surf and hearing the noise of the breakers, you realize your smallness. This is creation’s awe-inspiring power. And it’s not only impressive, it can also be dangerous. Sometimes the surfers have to more

  • Jesus Feeds His Hungry People

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Mar 15, 2021

    When we go to God through Christ, we will never walk away hungry. When we draw near to God with our whole heart, we will never walk away, disappointed. Because for us, our faithful Saviour will always provide enough—more than enough.

    If you’ve recently prayed the Lord’s Prayer, then you made the request to your Father in heaven that He would give you this day “your daily bread.” I wonder if that’s a petition we make with a lot of sincerity. Are we really concerned about getting what we need to maintain our bodies? Is there more

  • Jesus Christ: The Messiah, Not A Meal Ticket Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Mar 14, 2021

    When Jesus fed the five thousand, as recorded in all four gospels, He demonstrated what He taught about God being the Provider of our needs (Matthew 6:25-34). Most of the crowd, however, wanted food, not faith.

    The Lord Jesus never taught anything about the nature and character of God the Father that He Himself did not demonstrate or model before either His disciples or the people who followed and listened to Him. When we first read of this miracle, mentioned in all four gospels, we see the Divine more

  • He Who Has Ears To Hear Let Him Hear

    Contributed by Meshak Dayanand on Feb 21, 2021
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    But if you concentrate, pay attention, you will all really realise that all through these years even you failed to understand the real hidden blessings in the Bible.

    As I was growing in the knowledge of Bible, whenever I came across this phrase I used to think Jesus used this phrase in a sarcastic way. But today when I read this phrase I really mean, that I had failed to understand the heart of Jesus in using this phrase. Today also many must be wondering why more

  • The Kind Of Person God Protects Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Feb 17, 2021

    Many of the promises of God's protection or provision in the Bible are actually conditional. They absolutely don't apply to anybody and everybody. Jesus shows us in John 6 exactly what kind of people can expect His protection and provision, and what kind of people can't.

    Psalm 91 has always, from very early in my Christian life, been one of my favorite Psalms, because it speaks so beautifully and certainly of the Lord’s protection. I mean, just listen to it—it’s makes for beautiful poetry as well as for comforting thoughts—“He who dwells in the shelter of the more

  • Why I'm Not Worried

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Feb 16, 2021

    Next in series in John. Examines why Christians need not be overly worried about Covid or with what's going on in our country.

    John 6 (1) WHY I’M NOT WORRIED - Read John 6:1-14 The World Health Organization's China office says it began receiving reports in late December of a mysterious virus behind a number of pneumonia cases in Wuhan, a city in eastern China with a population of roughly 11 million people. Since more

  • Who's The King?

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Feb 16, 2021

    Next in series on John. Examines the importance of mission

    John 6 (2) Who’s the King? Please turn in your Bibles to the book of John. John chapter 6. John chapter 6 and this morning we will begin in verse 14. John chapter 6 and verse 14. What does one preach on at a time like this? What does one preach on, at your first drive in service, and hopefully, more

  • Where Is Jesus In The Difficult Times?

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Feb 16, 2021

    Next in series on John. Examines Jesus' care for His followers

    John 6 (3) Where is Jesus when times are tough? When I was in high school, my parents bought a boat. I guess it was because my dad’s parents had boats when he was young and he wanted us to share some of the same experiences. Any of you who have ever owned a boat, know that if you have one, you more

  • How To Deal With An Impossible Situation Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Feb 15, 2021

    Jesus and His disciples faced an absolutely impossible situation--10,000 people to feed in a deserted place, little food and too little money. How should we respond when we face the same kind of situation?

    “Life is difficult.” So says the first three words of a best-selling book by Dr. M. Scott Peck, an author and Psychiatrist, who wrote “The Road Less Traveled.” And He goes on to say that the key to dealing with the difficulty of life is just simply realizing and accepting the fact that life is more

  • A Lesson In The Leftovers

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Jan 4, 2021

    Have we ever thought about what happened with the leftovers?

    Undoubtedly many have heard this passage of Scripture before. Hopefully, many have read this story. This is the story of where Jesus feeds the multitude, the five thousand. What a miracle to perform. I cannot imagine trying to feed that many people. no doubt there are quite a few mothers out there more

  • I Am The Bread Of Life Series

    Contributed by Paul Werling on Dec 26, 2020

    Jesus is the bread of life born in Bethlehem the house of bread. We need to learn to believe, trust and obey even when we don't understand.

    So you know I really like to give a course rationale when I begin a new series. So keep this in mind as we pursue the purpose of these sermons over the next few weeks. I know I usually would be preaching a sermon on New Years' and time. But this year I want to keep the Christmas theme going more