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  • Life Elevated

    Contributed by Daniel Haas on Aug 7, 2009
     | 3,238 views

    The whole idea of Christ elevated is totally incomprehensible, or if you will: heavenly / for those of us who are able to understand Latin: celestial.

    Life elevated Let me show you the two standard issue License Plates of our state, both of which feature the slogan: Life Elevated Depending on whether you are the winter or summer type you either pick the Arches or the Greatest Snow on Earth. I pick the Snow. Either of them refer to the strengths ...read more

  • Rejoice Always

    Contributed by Carla Powell on Jan 8, 2003
    based on 47 ratings
     | 6,648 views

    Sermon highlights joy in the midst of pain, defines the Latin word Gaudete. Reflection on the difference between joy and happiness.

    Grace be to you and peace from the One who was, and is, and is to come. Amen. Today is the third Sunday in Advent, which was historically called Gaudete Sunday, from the Latin word for ‘rejoice’. Gaudete Sunday is the Sunday, if we had a pink candle in our Advent wreath, that we would light ...read more

  • Binding The Strong Man

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 4, 2018
     | 2,046 views

    The original Latin “addictus” means “one who has been given up or made over as servant to his creditor.”

  • The Ode Of Mary

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Dec 20, 2018
     | 1,498 views

    What do mercy, helping the poor and feeding the hungry have to do with celebrating the birth of Jesus? Let’s discuss the Ode of Mary, the Latin Magificat, the Greek Megalynalion in Luke 1:39-55.

    What do mercy, helping the poor and feeding the hungry have to do with celebrating the birth of Jesus? Let’s discuss the Ode of Mary, the Latin Magificat, the Greek Megalynalion in Luke 1:39-55. Luke includes three canticles or songs, written like Psalms, Mary’s Song, Zechariah’s Song, and ...read more

  • From The Cross

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Apr 8, 2007
     | 924 views

    - EXCRUCIATE: to cause great agony, torment - Latin : ex : out of, from cruciate: cross "from the cross" -Following OT prophecy to it’s fulfillment in the NT

    Lk 23:55-24:8 1 Cor. 15:1-8, 12-22 Gen 1:3 - If the light is It is because God said ‘Let there be light.’ so sad soul, take comfort, nor forget That sunrise never failed us yet. - There is darkness before the sunrise - EXCRUCIATE: to cause great agony, torment - Latin : ex : out of, from ...read more

  • Unwrapping The Christmas Mystery

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Dec 9, 2012
     | 2,272 views

    - Christmas is more about communion - The “Christ mass” - Christ – “the anointed one”- Mass – Latin “Dismissal”

    Luke 21:29–30 (AV) 29 And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree, and all the trees; 30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand. - You know summer is coming when the fig tree sprouts. - You know that Christmas is coming ...read more

  • To Breath With God

    Contributed by Carl Greene on Feb 16, 2009
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,950 views

    Preached on Transfiguration Sunday 09. Looks at the transfiguration in a different way. An invitation to "conspire" or "breath"with God. See following definition... (Conspire...Middle English, from Anglo-French conspirer, from Latin conspirare to be in ha

  • Nativity Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 12, 2016
     | 3,495 views

    The word, "nativity" comes from the Latin word meaning, "to be born". But on that day it wasn't just about who was born, but also what was born. There were four things that came with the arrival of Jesus. Today we'll look at the first two-hope and peace.

    NATIVITY INTRODUCTION: The word, "nativity" comes from the Latin word meaning, "to be born". And if I were to ask you, who was born you would all answer, "Jesus". But on that blessed day it wasn't just about who was born, but also what was born. I'll be talking about four things that came with ...read more

  • Nativity (Part Two)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 19, 2016
     | 1,964 views

    The word, "nativity" comes from the Latin word meaning, "to be born". But Christmas isn't just about who was born, but also what was born. Last week we looked at how hope and peace were born when Jesus was born. Today we'll look at love and joy.

    NATIVITY (Part Two) INTRODUCTION: The word, "nativity" comes from the Latin word meaning, "to be born". But Christmas isn't just about who was born, but also what was born. Last week we looked at how hope and peace were born when Jesus was born. Today we'll look at love and joy. RECAP: Our ...read more

  • Happy Are The Spiritual Beggars Series

    Contributed by Sean Harder on Jan 21, 2011
     | 2,412 views

    Today we enter a famous section of the Bible commonly known as Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. This particular beginning section is known as the “beatitudes” from the Latin word for “blessed”. I think it also means beautiful attitudes.

    Today we enter a famous section of the Bible commonly known as Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. This particular beginning section is known as the “beatitudes” from the Latin word for “blessed”. I think it also means beautiful attitudes. And I am quite certain this may be ...read more

  • The Ultimate Melting Pot Series

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 25, 2011
     | 3,227 views

    That crowd gathered around the throne is made up of African saints drumming and dancing, Lutherans singing Bach and Handel, medieval monks chanting plainsong, Latin American Pentecostals with shouts of triumph, messianic Jews dancing the hora, Southern Ba

    There’s been some great stuff in the news over the last couple of weeks... We’ve seen our POW’s coming home and being greeted with almost hysterical adulation... many of our troops are on the way home as well. The bloodbath that many feared didn’t happen, and much though we ...read more

  • Knowledge Is Power

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Nov 15, 2020
     | 1,883 views

    scientia potentia est is a Latin saying meaning knowledge is power. While this can be true in an academic sense, the idea that knowledge is power is also true in a spiritual sense. Let's get into 2nd Peter and see what having spiritual knowledge enables us to do.

    KNOWLEDGE IS POWER 2nd Peter 1:1-3 When I was preparing the Sunday School lesson for last week, I had 2 Peter 1:3-4 as part of an answer to one of the questions. But as I looked over the whole passage I saw there was a lot there to tap into so I decided to develop it into a sermon series. ...read more

  • Seizing God’s Opportunities

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Aug 22, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 11,923 views

    This sermon is taken from the Latin expression, "Carpe Diem," or "Seize the Day." It's about seizing those opportunities God gives to us. It extracts nuggets of information about Jonathan's victory over the Philistines found in 1 Samuel 14. (This sermon has been updated)

    Seizing God’s Opportunities 1 Samuel 14:1-15 John Wycliffe lived 200 years before the Protestant Reformation, which ushered in a belief system that moved the church away from Roman Catholicism, and towards a belief in God and the Scriptures as the source of divine revelation. Wycliffe, and ...read more

  • The Treasure Inside

    Contributed by Dean Morgan on Oct 12, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 9,700 views

    Did you know that the word stress comes from a Latin word that means to be drawn tight? Is anybody here uptight about anything? How many times do you hear someone ask, “how are you doing” and they answer, “I’m all stressed out.” You hear that all of th

  • Peculiar People Day Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 17, 2016
    based on 15 ratings
     | 24,282 views

    The KJV uses the word "peculiar" 7 times - but it didn't mean "odd" or "bizarre" - it meant a treasured "possession". But what does that mean to us and how should that effect our daily lives as Christians?

    (I opened by reading Titus 2:11-14 from the KJV) OPEN: Last Sunday (January 10th) was “Peculiar People Day”. Nobody knows who came up with the idea of making that a special day (somebody thinks it might have been the greeting card companies) but the whole idea of this Peculiar People ...read more