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  • What The Master Needs

    Contributed by Bruce Goettsche on Mar 18, 2002
    based on 407 ratings
     | 20,136 views

    Palm Sunday

    "What the Master Needs" Luke 19:28-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Bruce Goettsche (4/16/2000) The story of our Lord’s entry into Jerusalem is a familiar one for most church people. They have heard this story Year after year. But the great thing about God’s Word is that even the most ...read more

  • Money-When Will We Ever Have Enough

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 9, 2001
    based on 53 ratings
     | 5,768 views

    This Sermon Deals With Stewardship. It Asks Us To Evaluate How Much Is Really Enough. Is There Any Amount Of Money That Will Truly Make Us Content.

    Money- When Will We Ever Have Enough 5/2/99 Ecclesiastes 4:4-8 1 Timothy 6:17-19 A rich man wanted to make sure he had enough money with him in order to go to heaven. He learned that he would die in a few days. He called his three friends: a doctor, preacher, and lawyer to his ...read more

  • The First Word , Father, Forgive Them; For They Know Not What They Do.

    Contributed by Dr. Stafford Miller on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 164 ratings
     | 26,037 views

    While on the cross, Jesus made seven utterances and the first word of " fire " of those statements was " Father forgive them for they know not what they do.

    (I wish to thank God for the inspirational writing of A. W. Pink’s book, The Seven Sayings of the Savior on the Cross, which guided me in the writing of this sermon.) The First word of Christ....... Father forgive them for they know not what they do.. Text....Luke 23: ...read more

  • Faith & Works

    Contributed by John Stevenson on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 307 ratings
     | 80,504 views

    I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul. So go the words of W. E. Henley in hi

    I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul. So go the words of W. E. Henley in his well-known Invictus. There is something intensely individualistic and ego-affirming in the idea that you make your own way. We would all like to think that we can pull ourselves up by our own ...read more

  • Mercy: "The Way To Happiness” Series

    Contributed by David Yarbrough on Feb 4, 2002
    based on 90 ratings
     | 7,359 views

    Many Christians are not happy because they are missing this one beatitude in their life.

    Imagine if you would a fork in the road. To the right the road is named “Merciful Avenue” and it leads to happiness. To the left the road is named “Cruelty Avenue” and it leads to misery. Illustration: Happiness - A fascinating study on the principle of the Golden Rule was conducted by ...read more

  • God Offers The Ultimate Credit Advance

    Contributed by Edward Frey on Feb 21, 2002
    based on 149 ratings
     | 6,682 views

    We are justified by faith, not by works. God’s grace is freely credited to us.

    It’s been said that more Americans are in debt these days than ever before. Many blame credit cards as the culprit. It is easier than ever for people to spend and it’s easier than ever to put off paying the bill. “Buy now! Pay later!” That seems to be the basis of our economy these ...read more

  • The Purposes Of Storms

    Contributed by David Wilson on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 343 ratings
     | 19,031 views

    Those storms in our lives don’t always come from our sin-- in fact, following Christ will lead us directly into the eye of the storm.

    1. ALL PROBLEMS IN LIFE ARE NOT RELATED TO SIN! The Jews believed strongly that if something bad happened to someone, they had done some sort of sin. If a person was stricken with an illness it reflected on some sort of sin. If he suffered financial loss, it was sin-related.. If his children ...read more

  • Refocusing Our Priorities Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Mar 11, 2002
    based on 261 ratings
     | 36,323 views

    The diagnosis, consequence and solution to misplaced priorities coinciding with an all church focus of stewardship.

    In the Jules Verne novel The Mysterious Island, the author tells the story about five men who escape from a prison by hijacking a hot air balloon (www.PreachingToday.com). As the balloon rises into the air, the wind blows it toward the ocean. As the hours pass, the surface of the ocean draws closer ...read more

  • When You Eat And Are Satisfied

    Contributed by Roddy Chestnut on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 104 ratings
     | 6,157 views

    Thesis: Praising God in prosperity reminds us of our constant dependence on him. Intro.: 1. Illust. Remember old TV show, "The Jeffersons"? About an upwardly mobile family in NYC. Dry-cleaning business. Had come a long way--"Finally got a piece of the pie." Episode where Geo. Jefferson ...read more

  • 5 Lent A

    Contributed by Roger Haugen on Mar 15, 2002
    based on 201 ratings
     | 11,810 views

    It is in facing the reality of death that we know that God is not bound by death and neither are we.

    Fifth Sunday of Lent John 11:1-41 17 March 2002 Rev. Roger Haugen Turn off the sun. Drain out the sea. Let the moon fall from the sky, because our wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great-grandmother is gone. So begins a recent obituary in the Star Phoenix newspaper. This is the cry of ...read more

  • God's Word For Good Dads

    Contributed by Jd Traylor on May 13, 2001
    based on 101 ratings
     | 3,875 views

    How to be a godly father

    HANOVER BAPTIST CHURCH JUNE 18, 2000 J.D. Traylor, Pastor “God’s Word for Good Dads” ...read more

  • Perseverance And Prayer

    Contributed by Alan Perkins on Feb 10, 2002
    based on 134 ratings
     | 15,624 views

    God values perseverance very highly. Why?

    You and I live in an era of unprecedented speed. Technologically, the pace of change is almost beyond comprehension. A rule of thumb called "Moore’s Law" states that the speed of computer chips doubles every 18-24 months. My first PC, which I purchased in 1985 to write papers for seminary, was ...read more

  • Walking That Extra Mile: A Slightly Different Twist On Matthew 5:38-48 Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 1, 2002
    based on 201 ratings
     | 24,349 views

    The Sermon on the Mount appears to contradict so many other Scriptures unless viewed through the eyes of first century Judaism. No need to strain and squeeze to harmonize Jesus teachings here with His other teachings, the OT, or the rest of the NT. The

    Walking That Extra Mile: A Slightly Different Twist on Matthew 5:38-48 Note: If you are interested in more information about interpreting the Sermon on the Mount, please consider my book, "The Midrash Key" (by Ed Vasicek) available through Amazon.com Here is a LENGTHY introduction for the ...read more

  • Turning Your Priorities Into Action Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Mar 25, 2002
    based on 70 ratings
     | 9,265 views

    Three principles for translating our priorities into action in our lives. Part of a giving campaign series.

    Today is a very important and exciting day in the life of our congregation. First of all this is the weekend of Palm Sunday. Palm Sunday marks the start of what Christians down through the ages have called holy week. Holy week is the last week of Jesus Christ’s life before his resurrection from the ...read more

  • Gimmee, Gimmee

    Contributed by John Beehler on Aug 4, 2001
    based on 285 ratings
     | 12,892 views

    We always want more - of the wrong things.

    Gimmee, Gimmee Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray my Cuisinart to keep. I pray my stocks are on the rise, and that my analyst is wise. That all the wine I sip is white, and that my hot tub’s watertight. That racquetball won’t get too tough, that all my sushi’s fresh enough. I ...read more