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  • What Are We Hungering For?

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jul 26, 2021

    What is it we really hinger for and what should we really hunger for?

    John 6:1-21 What are we hungering for? 1. What is it we hunger for especially when it comes to food? • Typically we want something quick, easy and light on the pocketbook. • McDonald’s and Burger King, chick flea. • An article I read this week said, “Americans spend more money on fast more

  • Miracle? What Miracle? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 26, 2021

    If we get hung up on materialism and materialistic explanations, we might miss the most wonderful truths of all.

    Seventeenth Sunday in Course 2021 What Miracle? I’ve been teaching and studying chemistry for most of the time since the year 1962, which for most folks alive today was the Dark Ages. The one law of science that governs my discipline is called the Law of Conservation. Before and after a chemical more

  • Seventeenth Sunday In Ordinary Time, B- 17th Sunday Year B-- Two Fish

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jul 23, 2021

    In Jewish apocalyptic circles, it was expected that fish would be the main dish at the Messianic banquet.

    Jonathan Turnbough of Garner, North Carolina, talks about the time when his mother was driving him and his sisters to school and she was pulled over by a policeman and ticketed for speeding. After their little visit with the officer, they took off again, and his mother was very careful to stay more

  • God Will Take Care Of You

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jul 23, 2021

    Will God take care of us? What about cancer, catastrophe or death? Let’s learn the truth about God’s control over life’s trials. Let’s look at John’s version of the feeding the 5000 and Jesus walking on water in John 6:1-21.

    Prelude Will God take care of us? What about cancer, catastrophe or death? Purpose: Let’s learn the truth about God’s control over life’s trials. Plan: Let’s look at John’s version of the feeding the 5000 and Jesus walking on water in John 6:1-21. 1 The Setting John 6:1 After these things Jesus more

  • What God Can Do With A Happy Meal!

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jul 20, 2021
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    Often we feel like our resources are inadequate. "There's no way God can use me." But we find that God delights to use weak things because it redirects people to Him. Little is much when God is in it.

    WHAT GOD CAN DO WITH A HAPPY MEAL John 6:1-13 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: Euphemisms of a low IQ 1. Elevator doesn’t reach the top floor; 2. 2 bubbles shy of a bubble bath; 3. Not playing with a full desk; 4. Few French fries short of a Happy Meal; 5. Light’s on but nobody’s home; 6. No oars more

  • 9th Sunday After Pentecost. July 25th, 2021.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jul 18, 2021
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    B Proper 12, 2021.

    Psalm 14:1-7; 2 Kings 4:42-44; Psalm 145:10-18; Ephesians 3:14-21; John 6:1-21. (A) UNBELIEVING BEHAVIOUR AND THE GRACE OF GOD. Psalm 14:1-7. The first verse of this Psalm is well known as an argument against those who deny the very existence of God (Psalm 14:1). I am sure I have heard it more

  • What God Can Do With A Little

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Jul 15, 2021
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    Here begins the beautiful story of “Feeding the Five Thousand,” which is told by all four of the evangelists and this is the only event from the earthly ministry of Jesus told in all four gospel. It shows what God can do with a little!

    The first outstanding event of Jesus feeding of the five thousand, occurs right after the report of the twelve apostles, who had just returned from their first missionary tour. This is a glowing account of their work and their teaching. Matthew says that Jesus withdrew to a desert place apart when more

  • The Feeding Of The One Hundred

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 5, 2021

    Elisha miraculously fed 100 of his disciples. Jesus fed 5,000.

    The Feeding of the One Hundred 2 Kings 4:42-44 When you looked at the title for this Sunday’s sermon, you may have thought to yourself: “Didn’t Jesus feed five thousand people?” Did we not learn of that from the Gospel of Mark last week? And is not this week’s Gospel text from the 6th chapter of more

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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