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  • Foreign Language

    Contributed by Brannon Revel on Jan 30, 2003
    based on 69 ratings
     | 3,421 views

    Tower of Babel narrative gives us a good idea of what should be foreign language to believers today.

    Foreign Language Genesis 11:1-9 Intro: Say a few words in another language. Why do we have so many languages today? Why do we have to take Spanish, German, French, Greek, Hebrew? Why can’t we all just speak one language? In our text today we are going to see how it ...read more

  • The Language Of Prayer

    Contributed by Craige Lebreton on Feb 23, 2006
    based on 5 ratings
     | 977 views

    Thoughts on the Model prayer from the langauge of Aramaic

    “The Language of Prayer” (Pastor Craige LeBreton) A few weeks ago…I had a discussion with my pastor… We were discussing prayer…we were talking about its necessity… And it’s power…we were talking about the misunderstanding… of those who pray…how they pray…and what…they pray for… and ...read more

  • Adult Language Series

    Contributed by James Mccullen on May 7, 2005
    based on 4 ratings
     | 903 views

    This sermon expounds the truths from this passage of scripture. It shoots an arrow at the use of our tongues. It speaks to the professor’s tongue, the tongue of the populace, and the problem tongue.

    ADULT LANGUAGE James 3:1-12 {1} Let not many of you become teachers, my brethren, knowing that as such we shall incur a stricter judgment. {2} For we all stumble in many ways. If anyone does not stumble in what he says, he is a perfect man, able to bridle the whole body as well. {3} ...read more

  • Language Of Faith

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Jan 2, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 2,136 views

    Language of faith I believe that God wants us to be positive in our speech. When you meet a people on the street and say that they look terrible, what happens? They are not pleased and may feel depressed. If you can say something positive to them they f

    Language of faith I. I believe that God wants us to be positive in our speech. When you meet a people on the street and say that they look terrible, what happens? They are not pleased and may feel depressed. If you can say something positive to them they feel much better. I believe it is the ...read more

  • Body Language

    Contributed by Tammy Garrison on Nov 13, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 3,308 views

    The nonverbal communication that we are Christians comes in the form of service that we do for others.

    Bonnie Brechill tells a story about her 5 year old daughter Crystal, who recently met an Amish girl her age. Within minutes they were off, hand-in-hand, to play. “I caught glimpses of them chattering and giggling,” Bonnie says. “Even though Sylvia, the Amish girl, spoke a Pennsylvania Dutch ...read more

  • Harvest Language

    Contributed by Bernard Dawson on Oct 6, 2002
    based on 24 ratings
     | 1,057 views

    A comparison between agricultural harvest and the fruitfulness of a Christian.

    HARVEST LANGUAGE Scripture: John 15:1-8 Today is Harvest Festival and we are giving food gifts to celebrate the harvest. None of us is presently living on a farm but we are familiar with the terminology and concept of harvest. We know that some plants can be harvested the year they are ...read more

  • The Language Of The Family Series

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Aug 3, 2004
    based on 6 ratings
     | 1,461 views

    2nd in a 5 part series applying Biblical answers to family concerns. Using the 10 commandments as the Biblical basis.

    "THE LANGUAGE OF THE FAMILY" EXODUS 20:7; MATTHEW 12:33-37 INTRODUCTION: Paul Dickson has written a book entitled, What’s In A Name? In that book he shares some of the most unusual names he’s come across. How would you like to have any of these for your name? Cletus Clodfelter, Rotten ...read more

  • Tears Are A Language That God Understands

    Contributed by Michael Dephillips on Feb 7, 2003
    based on 94 ratings
     | 15,582 views

    God is concerned for his children and is moved by their broken hearts

    Tears are a language that God understands John 11:32-44 One day when I was a fourteen year old teenager, I came across a letter in a Bible that my grandmother had on her bookshelf that was written and mailed from Morocco Africa in March of 1965. It was a letter from my 22 year old daddy ...read more

  • Sign Language Of Love

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Sep 20, 2007
    based on 24 ratings
     | 5,924 views

    Jesus doesn’t just talk the talk but walks the walk. He shows how much he cares.

    Do any of you know someone who is deaf or mute? Have you ever encountered someone with whom you couldn’t communicate? Have you ever met anyone who spoke a different language? What were your reactions? How did you feel? Inadequate? Inept? Incompetent? Last summer while I was employed at the ...read more

  • 5 Love Languages Series

    Contributed by Chris Foster on Jun 15, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 14,235 views

    Have you ever tried to talk to someone who didn’t speak english? Why do we raise our voice and use sign language, that person in not deaf, they speak a different language. Dr. Gary Champman says there are 5 different love languages. This is a two week s

    5 Love languages Part 1 What happens to love after the wedding Someone said, “Love is a dream and marriage is the alarm clock.” *Definitions for men Just about every magazine published regularly has articles on how to keep love alive 101 ways to keep your marriage ...read more

  • The Weakest Word In The English Language

    Contributed by Robert Nixon on Feb 7, 2006
    based on 5 ratings
     | 1,402 views

    The weakest word in the English lanquage is "if". If only.....If only keeps us living in the past. The strongest word in the English language is "If". If you believe you will see the glory of God.

    THE WEAKEST WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION: TEXT: John 11:17-35. What is the weakest word in the English language in the context of helping people? It is the word “if”. “If only......” (V.21 and 22). “If only....” is the weakest word in the English language because it hinders or ...read more

  • Whoops Not God's Language

    Contributed by Ian Johnson on May 3, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 853 views

    There is no Whoops in Gods word. Nothing that happens is a whoops in Gods eyes. Every situation is redeemable. Äll things work together for good for those who love God”

    Whoops! Not heavenly language there is no Whoops in Gods word. Nothing that happens is a whoops in Gods eyes. Every situation is redeemable. Äll things work together for good for those who love God” There is no Second Best in Gods house. Some would suggest the situation that arose between ...read more

  • God's Love Language Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Feb 2, 2009
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,395 views

    How do we express love to God?

    God’s Love Language February 1, 2009 Rules and Relationship John 14:15-24 Review You are not “saved” by behaving, but by believing You are not given the Spirit and the gifts of the Spirit because you behave well, but because you Believer in Jesus. You are Free from the ...read more

  • Learn The True Language Of Love

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on May 11, 2001
    based on 100 ratings
     | 2,899 views

    What it means when God says he loves you and you love God - how agape love is and acts.

    May 13, 2001 Romans 12:9-10 Agape is not superficial. It is shown by hating evil and binding yourself to the good, by tenderly loving each other with a brotherly love. Richie Cunningham had been watching her walk by his house for days. Every day a certain neighbor gal walked by, the ...read more

  • Understanding Spiritual Language Series

    Contributed by Marty Baker on May 9, 2002
    based on 65 ratings
     | 1,645 views

    Focuses on receiving the Holy Spirit with an evidence of tongues. It began with an interview with an SBC Minister who is not Pentecostal. The message was delivered in a Wednesday Prayer Meeting.

    Spiritual Resolutions Understanding Spiritual Language Dr. Marty Baker / May 8, 2002 Last week the message focused on understanding the power gifts of the Holy Spirit. From the emails, phone calls and comments that I received since that message, it is apparent that there is a great interest ...read more