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  • The Prerogatives Of Prayer

    Contributed by Naveen Balakrishnan on May 19, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    The Journalistic Inquisition to Prayer and Jehovah’s Illustration of such a Prayer

    “The Prerogatives of Prayer” 1 Chronicles 4:9-10 JOURNALISTIC INQUISITION 1. To WHOM should we Pray? We are to CONDUCT our prayers to God the Father. Matthew 6:9; John 15:16 2. WHAT is Prayer? It is COMMUNICATION with God. Isa. 55:6; Matt 7:7-8; Phil. 4:6; 1 Pet. 5:7 3. WHY Should We more

  • Andrew Lloyd Weber, A Journalist And 3 Guys Called 'jesus'

    Contributed by Michael Bird on Jan 15, 2002
    based on 94 ratings

    Examines various depicitions of who people say Jesus is and gives and exposition of Mk 8 concerning the confession of Jesus’ Messiahship

    Mark 8:27-9:1 – Andrew Lloyd Weber, a Journalist and Three Guys Called Jesus. Introduction The odd sermon title is a smoke screen for a question I’d like to ask: “Who is Jesus?” It is the same question that the disciples asked when Jesus’ calmed the waters. Whether you’re an atheist or a more

  • One Year To A Life Turned Upside Down Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Apr 23, 2012

    THE RADICAL EXPERIMENT Matt 9: 36-38 (p687) October 30, 2011 INTRODUCTION: INTRO,- ILL. - A journalist was assigned to the Jerusalem bureau of his newspaper. He got an apartment overlooking the Wailing Wall. After several weeks he realized th

    THE RADICAL EXPERIMENT Matt 9: 36-38 (p687) October 30, 2011 INTRODUCTION: INTRO,- ILL. - A journalist was assigned to the Jerusalem bureau of his newspaper. He got an apartment overlooking the Wailing Wall. After several weeks he realized that whenever he looked at the wall he saw an more

  • Peace On Earth Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 25, 2016
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus was born to bring us peace - that's what Isaiah declared and angels sang. But what does that mean? What kind of peace did Jesus come to give me, and how can I receive it?

    The past few weeks we’ve been looking at the gifts Jesus was born to give us. This week, we’re focusing on the gift of “peace” and (because today is Christmas) I wanted to start the sermon with a Christmas Carol that had peace as part of its message. But as I searched more

  • You Gotta Go Through Baghdad To Get Home

    Contributed by Mark D. Stetler on Mar 21, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    The Lost Sheep-are Sinners The Lively Hope-is Jesus The Last Stop-is Heaven

    You gotta go through Baghdad to get home! Luke 15:1-7 This week has been a week in which we have been thrust into a war with the likes of Saddam Hussein, his sons, and the nation of Iraq. Our commander in chief, President George W. Bush, has not thrown our military into action in a careless more

  • King David And His Relevance For Today

    Contributed by Michael Hopkins on Aug 25, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    A look at the life of King David, and what that might have to say to Christians today.

    It hasn’t gone unnoticed that some of the MPs criticising the Murdochs and News International have a dubious track record in terms of expenses, and might therefore not be in a position to criticise the morals of others. Likewise, Stephen Fry remarked on the inappropriateness of any more

  • Reaching For The Invisible God Series

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Apr 6, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    How can we find the invisible Christ in our daily life? Where does our faith enter in?

    December, 2006 “Reaching for the Invisible God” John 1:1-18 Introduction: The opening lines of Howard Thurman’s famous Christmas poem, The Work of Christmas, describes where we find ourselves today--at the end of an old year and at the start of the new one. Only a week after the more

  • Developing A Christmas Heart

    Contributed by S Henriques on Nov 29, 2004
    based on 71 ratings

    "Christmas Hearts" are a custom in Denmark, but believers world-wide can develop true Christmas Hearts to celebrate the birth of Christ.

    Developing a Christmas Heart Luke 2:15-20 Christmas is observed literally all over the world, and the traditions and customs are as varied as the countries in which they are found. In Australia, for example, Santa’s sleigh is pulled by eight white kangaroos. Christmas dinner is eaten outdoors more

  • The Joy Of Repetition! Series

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 2, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    ..."In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared about men. And there was a widow in that town who kept coming to him with the plea, 'Grant me justice against my adversary.' "For some time he refused. But finally he said to himsel

    Those who have visited Israel (and probably most of those who haven't) will have heard of the "Wailing Wall", which is part of the ancient city of Old Jerusalem, and located at the foot of the western side of the Temple Mount. This section of wall is the only surviving remnant of the ancient Temple more

  • What To Do When It Hurts?

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Dec 19, 2018

    Check out five practical tips to handle pain and suffering. When it hurts: Be flexible in suffering. Don’t be afraid. A pure conscience when it hurts.

    WHAT TO DO WHEN IT HURTS? 1 Peter 3:13-17 We live in a world full of suffering and pain. Life has its own mix of joy and hurts. We can get hurt physically by a disease. Sometimes circumstances at job can be painful for us. Then there are hurts that come from people; sometimes intentionally, more

  • Commitment: To Christ First

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Nov 3, 2005
    based on 84 ratings

    A 2 point sermon inspired by Steve Shepherd’s Commitment series sermons.

    A newspaper journalist was assigned to Jerusalem and when he got there, he decided to get an apartment overlooking the Wailing Wall. After several weeks of watching out over the wall, he realized that every day, the same old Jewish man would come and spend most of the day praying vigorously at more

  • Lessons About Prayer From Life's Battlefield Series

    Contributed by Noal Atkinson on Oct 17, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    I. They learned that a trial often comes on the heels of a victory II. They learned that they could depend on God in battle III. They learned the value of prayer IV. They learned the importance of praying for one another Looking at moses on the battle

    Prayer part 1 LESSONS LEARNED ON LIFE’S BATTLEFIELD There are times when the walk of the Christian is difficult. It is difficult to live in community, it is difficult to pray, to read your bible and be responsible. This is so difficult that the government has to run ads on television more

  • The Church Covenant

    Contributed by Damien Saylor on Aug 4, 2019

    We are steadfast in our faith, & our calling. We will stand against the carnality of this creation, & be the light God has called us to be!

    Sermon - The church Covenant - Today’s message is geared towards our tendency to lean on grace so much that it cripples us from being what God has intended. - If you look in your bulletin I typed up our church covenant. Church Covenant Having been led, as we believe by The Spirit of more

  • Doubting, Sceptical Discipleship Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Apr 12, 2004
    based on 37 ratings

    A sermon on the place of doubt in relation to faith.

    Sermon for 2 Easter Yr C, 18/04/2004 Based on Jn 20:24-29 By Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson Pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, & Chaplain of the Good Samaritan Society’s South Ridge Village, Medicine Hat, Alberta “Doubting, Sceptical Discipleship” In a Charlie Brown cartoon, Charlie and Lucy are more

  • The Shoe Of Judgment

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Feb 19, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Throwing or shaking shoes is a Middle Eastern insult with biblical roots.

    The Shoe of Judgment Psalm 60:8 Feb. 18, 2009 FBC, Chester Dr. Mike Fogerson, Speaker Introduction A On December 14, 2008, our former President made a farewell address to the land that was liberated from Saddam Hussein. 1 He was more