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  • How To Not Waste Your Potential

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 57 ratings

    Steps to avoiding your God given potential

    The Lord gives every person great potential, but few seem to come close to realizing it. Illustration: Samson possessed great potential for God, but gave into temptations that eventually destroyed him. Why do so many people with great promise fritter away their opportunities? Let us look at the more

  • Parenting In Perilous Times Series

    Contributed by Bill Harper on Jan 22, 2001
    based on 237 ratings

    The parents of Samson model for us the marks of successful parents who raise their child in difficult times.

    “PARENTING IN PERILOUS TIMES” Text: Judges 13:1-25 Intro: Illustration-Radio personality Paul Harvey tells the story of how Eskimo kill wolves. First the Eskimo coats his knife blade with animal blood and allows it to freeze. Then he adds another layer of blood, and another, until the blade is more

  • The Strong Man Who Wasn't Strong Enough

    Contributed by Mike Turner on Jul 9, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    Samson was strong....but not strong enough. At least not strong enough to overcome his biggest enemy.....himself !

    The Strong Man Who Wasn’t Strong Enough ! Judges 13-16 Intro. The book of Judges is a book of cycles. The cycle consists of.....disobedience to God, dominion over them, and deliverance from them. This cycle is repeated seven times in the book of Judges. The story of Samson’s life more

  • Back 2 School Special

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Aug 8, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    Our kids started back to school this week. Using Samson’s parents as an example, we as the church need to pray for our kids!

    August 10, 2003 Title: Back to School Special Text: Judges 13:1-25 Introduction 1. Well, our kids started back to school this week. A. Jason is in Kindergarten i. Lora is in 1st Grade ii. Ethan is in 3rd Grade iii. Amelia is in 6th Grade at the Middle School B. We have been in prayer more

  • Prayers About Child Rearing Series

    Contributed by Michael Reeves on Sep 5, 2002
    based on 48 ratings

    This study concerns the two prayers uttered by Sampson’s father, Manoah.

    Introduction: This chapter begins the section of chapters in Judges about Samson. In 13:1-7 we have the coming of an angel of the LORD to the wife of Manoah, a woman who was barren. The LORD told her that she would have a child, what and how this child would serve the LORD, and how she too needed more

  • Dancing With Delilah

    Contributed by Randy Santiago on Jan 9, 2001
    based on 276 ratings

    How to keep from dancing with the devil

    Samson was the superman to the Israelites. He was handsome and strong, tall, tan, and terrific. Samson was born in the time of Judges where a new generation of those who didn’t know God did evil because they did what was right in their own eyes. Very much like the new millennium. “Just Do more

  • A Whole Lot Of Shaking Going On

    Contributed by Pastor/Author: Terry Sisney on Jul 30, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    We find out as we follow God that we must cooperate with him, we must do something before God will do anything, sometimes we have to shake ourselves

    Judg 13:24-25 24And the woman bare a son, and called his name Samson: and the child grew, and the LORD blessed him. 25And the Spirit of the LORD began to move him at times in the camp of Dan between Zorah and Eshtaol. Judg 13:25 (TLB) 25And the Spirit of the Lord began to excite him whenever he more

  • Conclusions Concerning Christ

    Contributed by Donnie Martin on Jul 20, 2002
    based on 56 ratings

    This message deals with responses to Christ based on one’s conclusions of Him, either true or false.

    Conclusions Concerning Christ Text: Matt.16: 15 & 16; Matt.26: 65 & 66 Intro: Everyone who came through these doors today came having drawn certain conclusions about one thing or another. When we speak of coming to a conclusion about something, we mean that we have made a deduction more

  • Samson - Picking Up The Pieces Series

    Contributed by Bob Groves on Apr 10, 2002
    based on 78 ratings

    Dealing with restoration after failures.

    Today – A message of Hope...Restoration...Coming Back... About – Regrets...Failure...Mistakes... Not just 1 or 2 little ones – LIFE of them... OR Many Over & Over & Over... PRAY Today – A Life in the Bible that in 1 – Not Only of Regrets or Failures... A LIFE that was Literally From more

  • Being Bam-Bam's Parents

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 18, 2002
    based on 24 ratings

    Imagine the job of being Samson’s parents. But his parents were successful. This sermon examines what classifies parents as successful.

    February 4, 2001 Judges 13 ¡§Being Bam-bam¡¦s parents¡¨ INTRODUCTION Radio personality Paul Harvey tells the story of how Eskimos kill wolves. First, the Eskimo coats his knife blade with animal blood and allows it to freeze. Then he adds another layer of blood, and another, until the blade more

  • The Retrogression Of Sampson.

    Contributed by Melvin Shelton on Apr 8, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    his weakness overcame his strength

    The weak strong man. (1) The retrogression of Sampson. Judges 13: 1. 04/10/05 I want to start a series of sermons on the man Sampson. I am calling it the weak strong man. I believe we can learn a lot as we look into his life and see his ups and downs. I will start out by introducing Samson more

  • A Lesson In "Child Care" Series

    Contributed by Dr. Baby Ruth Hablo on Jan 22, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    (Devotional Series 7/50) In many ways, Manoah’s child was a "special case." But we Christians can learn a lot here about bringing up a children.

    A LESSON IN "CHILD CARE" Judges 13:1-14 Devotional Series In many ways, Manoah’s child was a "special case." But we Christians can learn a lot here about bringing up a children. I. First Principle The child is a gift from God! Nowadays we know all about "How babies areborn"! But verse 3 looks more

  • The Home And The Child Series

    Contributed by Dr. Baby Ruth Hablo on Jan 22, 2005
    based on 26 ratings

    (Devotional Series 8/50)What a home for the child to grow up in! In this study, we can learn something about the portrait of God-centered home and child.

    THE HOME AND THE CHILD Judges 13:15-25 Devotional Series I. Portrait of God-centered home. What a home for the child to grow up in! Imagine: A. Its Unity - the whole story shows the lovely spirit existed between Manoah and his wife; they discussed everything together and served the Lord more

  • Carisma Sin Caracter

    Contributed by Amat Fernandez on May 30, 2003
    based on 194 ratings

    La uncion no lleva el caracter sino el caracter lleva la uncion. Debemos despertar del sueño de Sanson y hacer la obra de Dios en santidad.

    Carisma sin Caracter Pastor Amat Fernandez Lectura: Jueces 13:4-5 «pues concebirás y darás a luz un hijo. No pasará navaja sobre su cabeza, porque el niño será nazareo para Dios desde su nacimiento, y comenzará a salvar a Israel de manos de los filisteos». Introduccion: 1.El caracter lleva la more

  • "Sampson: Sidelined By Sin" Pt 1 By Dr. Winson Butler

    Contributed by Winson Butler on Jul 27, 2004
    based on 14 ratings

    A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn no other way! Sin is the same way. When it sidelines us we discover how it breaks our fellowship with God. We see this in the life of Sampson. Let’s study it together!

    Introduction "Out of bounds" That’s what every referee says when your foot crossses the little unforbidden white line. The sad thing is, when this occurs, not only are we, the player out of bounds but the whole team, the coach and the fans are too! Often times, others are penalized because of our more