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  • "A New Kind Of Life" Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Nov 17, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    John says that there are some things that he wants the reader to know, about real Christianity.

    A Study of the Book of 1st John “Back To the Basics” Sermon # 1 “A New Kind of Life” 1 John 1:1-5 Does it matter what you believe? Within the pews of more

  • Blessed Are The Humble Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Apr 18, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    In this text we want to ask and attempt to answer four questions concerning the poor in spirit.

    “Blessed are the Humble” Matthew 5:3 In the last message we compared happiness and blessedness. So if I asked you this morning, “Are you happy?" Being the more

  • God's Vision For His Church

    Contributed by Andy Payne on Oct 13, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    A church must seek change in order that it continue to be relevant John Stott promotes this while holding on the 4 essential marks

    ***NOTE*** I have to confess that at a late hour the night before preaching this sermon the ’goat’ ate my sermon and 11 months of sermons in a folder on my computer. I had to re-write it late that night. I was desperate so I used more of John Stott’s words than was in my original script. I am more

  • An Almost Forgotten Word: Propitiation

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 19, 2013

    A sermon on the word "propitiation" (Material and outline taken from John Stott's book, The Cross of Christ, chapter 7 "The Salvation of Sinners" under propitiation)

    HoHum: And the man that wrote the Home Sweet Home,He never was a married man. She'll meet you at the door when you go to come in And knock you down with a rolling pin, And the man that wrote the Home Sweet Home, He never was a married man. To talk about propitation I like to use an illustration more

  • Justification

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 26, 2013

    A sermon on justification preached on a Sunday night (Material adapted from John Stott's book, The Cross of Christ, chapter 7 The Salvation of Sinners, section under Justification)

    HoHum: Let's say we where caught speeding down the highway. We are doing 100 mph, obviously slightly out of the acceptable speeding window. We go to court and just as the judge is about to throw the book at us, someone steps forward and says, "I will pay the fine. I will take the punishment." And more

  • The Symbol Of The Cross

    Contributed by Chris Santasiere on Sep 6, 2001
    based on 149 ratings

    For Christians, the cross is not a symbol of pain and death, but of love and life.

    The Symbol of the Cross Luke 23:32-41; 44-46 September 2, 2001 Introduction It’s amazing how people, countries and companies are defined by symbols. For instance, the United States as is most countries is symbolized by our flag; red, white and blue; stars and stripes. The Nike Company is more

  • Are People Still Asking...we Want To See Jesus?

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Mar 25, 2009
    based on 57 ratings

    Reflections on this text and our pluralistic culture with quotes from John Stott, Leonard Sweet "Soul Tsunami". We are not living in the world our parents grew up in. Biotechnology, genetic engineering, artifical life, nano technology are all around but

    Lent V John 12:20-21 Redeemer In Jesus Holy Name March 29, 2009 “Are People Still Asking to See Jesus?” When I was a kid in the 1950’s people’s minds and actions were saturated and wrapped in Christian values. The worship of God and honesty were more

  • What A Fellowship! Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jun 4, 2014

    A sermon on koinonia, fellowship of the church (Outline from John Stott in his book, The Living Church, Chapter 5 Fellowship, pages 91- 94; Seedthoughts from Daniel Overdorf's book, Rediscovering Community, Chapter 6 Intimately Connected)

    HoHum: Object needed: A clear bottle with a top, water, vegetable oil, food coloring. Scripture: John 17:11-16 There are two things in this bottle. Can you guess what they are? Colored water --- and oil. When we look at this bottle with oil and water in it, the first thing that we notice is more

  • Jesus, King Of Kings?

    Contributed by Rev. Clarence Eisberg on Nov 19, 2015

    This sermon takes the journey from I Samuel 8 wheh the Israelites "rejecti" a God they cannot see to the "visible presence of God in Jesus" whom they can see and still reject. The cosmic war of Rev. 12 is on going. quotes from Max Lucado and John Stott

    In Jesus Holy Name November 22, 2015 Text: Revelation 19:11,16 Christ the King Redeemer “Jesus, King of Kings?” When we think about the return of Jesus, the first image that may appear in our mind will be His arrival in the clouds, surrounded by angels. We may more

  • Casual Discipleship.... Not An Option

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Jun 24, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    We are called to be students, apprentices, involves worship, obedience, faith, sharing and imitating Jesus. The sermon includes quotes from Rick Warren The Purpose Driven Life, Dallas Willard, Divine Conspiracy & Rev. John Stott The Conte

  • Called To Suffer Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Sep 2, 2008

    Jesus presents a clear description of what it is followers are to be like internally and how they are to live outwardly in the Sermon on the Mount

    Continue series on SOTM- Mtt 5-7- Called to Suffer. SOTM begins w/beatitudes-last time-looked at 1st four Lets review the beatitudes (slide for each one) Clarify something I said about the 3rd beatitude- Blessed are the gentle, for they shall inherit the earth. V5 Talked about- individually, more

  • Love One Another

    Contributed by David Mende on Jul 4, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    Do you find it difficult to love others? Then, you must read this sermon. This exposition on 1 John 4:7-12 emphasizes the obligation of mutual love among God's people. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give a brief feedback.

    INTRODUCTION (SECURE ATTENTION) & BACKGROUND OF THE PASSAGE: PRAY before starting the sermon. ILLUSTRATION: {In his book, Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home, Richard Foster tells of an old sage who asked his disciples, “How can we know when the darkness is leaving and the dawn is coming?” more

  • Setting The Stage Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Jul 22, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus represents a clear description of what it is followers are to be like internally and how they are to live outwardly in the Sermon on the Mount.

    Sermon on the Mount- Part 1 Introduction Stuart’s word last week- very thought provoking. Stuart talked about 100-fold obedience … Mtt 5:48 "Therefore you are to be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect. NASU Equated perfection w/spiritual maturity, not w/sinless perfectionism more

  • Surpassing Righteousness Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Sep 7, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus presents a clear description of what it is followers are to be like internally and how they are to live outwardly in the Sermon on the Mount.

    Sermon on the Mount- Pt 4 Surpassing Righteousness In studying the SOTM, or the Bible in general, never think that if you do not understand it, it is of no use What is important is that we expose/read/study it so it becomes available to us when we need it. Mind has two compartments- more

  • Christ's Message To Ephesus Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Oct 10, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Christ's message to Ephesus as set forth in Revelation 2:1-7 teaches us that a church may be sound but loveless.

    Scripture We are currently in a series of messages titled, “Christ’s Message to the Seven Churches,” that is based on the first three chapters of the Book of Revelation. In Revelation 1 the resurrected and glorified Christ revealed himself to his Apostle John, and told him more