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  • Building The City Of God In The City Of Man Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Nov 18, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Nehemiah is often used to encouarge congregations to build a building. What Nehemiah did was encourage the remnant to rebuild the people and the walls of the city.

    Intro: Nehemiah has always been used by pastors/teachers to encourage church congregations to build new facilities and buildings. I believe that a major portion of what is going on in Nehemiah is missed if we focus on building physically and miss out on building spiritually. Jesus said in more

  • We Must Be God’s Light

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Sep 17, 2012
    based on 10 ratings

    There is a world living in darkness that needs to see that light on a hill, that needs to hear the word of life - to hear that they can be born again into an inheritance that can never spoil, fade or pass away. (PowerPoints available - #149)

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (The Powerpoints used with this message are available at no charge. Just email me at and request #149.) A. Eleven years ago this past week the skies of New York, more

  • The Ride Home Series

    Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Nov 15, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Life is about a journey; a journey toward God, toward Home, toward Heaven. If we are not focused on that, life is just one long, bumpy ride to nowhere.

    Travelling ¡V always longer going than returning. Excited to go but even more thrilled to return home! Life is about a journey ¡V a journey toward God, toward Home, toward Heaven. If we¡¦re not focused on that, life is just one long, bumpy ride to nowhere. Along the journey we need to more

  • "God Cares About You"

    Contributed by John Colbert on Aug 4, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    The sermons that I have listed are 30 to 40 minute sermons. I have only listed the points and a couple of comments under each point of each sermon to give the preacher a remembrance which the Holy Spirit can lead on and speak through the man of God.

    "God cares about you" Psalm 55:22, Cast thy burden upon the LORD, and he shall sustain thee: he shall never suffer the righteous to be moved. Today many of us who claim to be Christians are living our lives as if there is no God. It seems like many of us are doing and enjoying the same more

  • Attentive To The Swirls

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Feb 26, 2013

    Because God speaks in a variety of ways, it is important that we pay attention to the variety of ways that God is speaking to us through our life circumstances, scripture, prayer, etc.

    Intro: In my experience, a significant part of living as a child of God is being attentive to life. It is in listening carefully and prayerfully to all the various sounds going on inside and around, to all the various voices and calls, to all the various situations and circumstances, to the more

  • Turning Your World Upside Down

    Contributed by Tj Tipton on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 193 ratings

    How to let the Holy Spirit use you to change the world for Jesus

    Turning Our World Upside Down Charles H. Spurgeon in training young ministers said to his students, "When you talk about heaven let your face light up with a heavenly glory. When you tell about hell, your everyday face will do. Mat 11:12 And from the days of John the Baptist until now the more

  • Salt And Light

    Contributed by Marc Bertrand on Nov 5, 2004
    based on 4 ratings

    A focus on salt as a distinctive flavour and a preserving agent as a metaphor for Christian distinctiveness in a pluralistic world.

    Intro: We are taught by Jesus in this passage that we are to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. But what do these words mean? It is important that we understand our purpose in this world and so we should endeavour to understand these metaphors that Jesus uses, that we might more

  • Gritty Salt And Bright Lights In Your Community

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Feb 9, 2011

    A short talk encouraging believers to be conservers and preservers in our community, bright lights together, speaking, acting and serving, but never watering down the commands of Jesus.

    Salt: Imagine a world without electricity, without a fridge, without a freezer, and without the Iceland shop on our High Street. Imagine photographs or film of a ship at sea hauling in nets bulging with wriggling, writhing fish. Imagine the fish being packed for the journey back home, packed with more

  • The Purpose Of The Exodus Is Worship Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 11, 2010

    Liturgy is play of a special kind, the play of a child dependent on God; the purpose of being led out of slavery is right worship as God wants it, for our good.

    September 13, 2010 The Spirit of the Liturgy Memorial of S. John Chrysostom Jesus came to gather together the dispersed tribes of Israel, and not Israel only, but the whole world. This is why St. Paul was so insistent that there be no factions at the celebration of the Eucharist. In the more

  • Faith Knows

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on May 5, 2002
    based on 8 ratings

    As we walk with the Lord, we learn FAITH KNOWS three things.

    FAITH KNOWS By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. TEXT: Romans 8:28 And WE KNOW THAT ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER... 1Tim. 2:1 Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, 2 for kings and all who are in more

  • Our Call To Take A Stand

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Jul 24, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Examines the importance of Christians living uniquely different lives from those in the world. Suitable for Memorial Day.

    OUR CALL TO TAKE A STAND Standing on a small platform, a reader calls out names, “Michael Hyde. Donald Jackson. Jose Munoz.” The names being read were those engraved on “The Wall.” No one calls it anything else. It was once highly controversial. This was not a statue, no soldier on more

  • Matthew 5 - Part 10 - Too Much Salt Is Bad For Your Health! Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Dec 30, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    Too much salt is bad for you! Christians are like salt. The world can only take us in small doses. The Bible says it’s not that too much salt is bad for you but that salt mixed with too much dirt loses it’s flavour and is of no use.

    Matthew 5 - Part 10 - Too much salt is bad for your health! I use a saline solution for my contact lenses. It has the same salty consistency as my tears have. Without it I could not clean my lenses and putting them in would be difficult. I’m told that too much salt is bad for you. The Bible more

  • Come And See

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jan 15, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    A lesson left for us by John the Baptist

    Intro What are we here for? What is the purpose of the church? Goal Let’s understand how important pointing to Jesus is. Plan We will look at John 1:29-42 and John the Baptist’s example of pointing to the Lamb of God. John 1:29 The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and more

  • Reformation

    Contributed by Richard L. Brown on Oct 29, 2016
    based on 2 ratings

    This sermon takes a brief look at the errors of the Church that gave birth to the Reformation and puts forth an argument for the need of a new reformation.

    Luke 18:35-43 (New International Version) A Blind Beggar Receives His Sight 35 As Jesus approached Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the roadside begging. 36When he heard the crowd going by, he asked what was happening. 37 They told him, "Jesus of Nazareth is passing by." 38 He called more

  • The Few, The Proud, The Chosen

    Contributed by Eric Bates on Jul 26, 2002
    based on 66 ratings

    This sermon on re-finding our place in the vineyard is set to be publshed in the Adventist Review on a future date.

    The greatest stress I ever faced in my “career” as a student was standing in a line on the polished gym floor with my classmates. Opposite the line were my two most athletically gifted peers chosen by Coach to select the kickball teams. The wait was agonizing as each “team captain” analyzed each more