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  • I Am Kept

    Contributed by La Juana Morris on Oct 6, 2004
    based on 39 ratings

    Subject: There is no necessity to look for help elsewhere. Proposition: Allow God to be your provider.

    When one deliberates upon the attributes of someone who is kept, negative thoughts oft times come to mind. A woman, who professes to be "kept", would be observed in unflattering manner most of which cannot be repeated in mixed company. A male who proclaimed to be "kept" would be labeled as a more

  • Unity And Diversity In The Church Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Apr 28, 2003
    based on 395 ratings

    So how can a diverse body like the church achieve the sort of unity that God desires? By growing up. By becoming more like Christ as we grow into him. So speak the truth in love, and grow into Christ who is our head, Do your part in bringing the church to

    Paul has spent the first three chapters of this letter explaining the mystery of God’s eternal purpose for the world as it’s being worked out in history. He’s given us all the theory, he’s even given us the prayer he prays for his converts, and now he goes on to speak about the practicalities of more

  • Being Kept By God Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Aug 5, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    God is a capable, caring and constant Keeper.

    This week I read about a cartoon that appeared in newspaper several years ago. The first panel showed a man entering a gas station. In the background were his car packed for vacation, his flustered wife fuming, and his children bickering. The man said to the gas station attendant, “I am a more

  • What About Me?

    Contributed by Shawn Miller on Mar 21, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon about Christian service and dying to self and living for Jesus.

    What about me? Living the selfless life Introduction: Today we begin our march to the cross. Next Sunday will be Palm Sunday and then of course Easter Sunday, the following week. This message is not filled with eloquence or syrupy words, but if you take it to heart, you won't hear another more

  • A Song For The Journey

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Mar 3, 2018
    based on 5 ratings

    The pilgrimage of life may - or even must - lead by the way of the Cross: but the destination is assured.

    A SONG FOR THE JOURNEY Psalm 121 This is a “song of ascent” - quite possibly sung by pilgrims on their way up to Jerusalem for one of the festivals. It would be an appropriate Psalm for returning exiles, too, when faced with the dangers of a thousand mile journey back across the wilderness more