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  • No Loopholes

    Contributed by Richard Jones on Nov 3, 2000
    based on 112 ratings

    Our response to God needs to be total.

    No Loopholes, We are called to be fools for Christ's sake Matthew 10:1 "Then He summoned His twelve disciples and gave them authority to expel unclean spirits and to cure sickness and disease of every kind" Everything in life that has meaning and value is rooted in God's Grace. Paul more

  • Looking For Loopholes Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Sep 6, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    One of the ways we can be a bad Christian is by not keeping our word.

    INTRODUCTION • SLIDE #1 • There are so many traps out there for us to fall into aren’t there. • We have been spending the past 4 weeks looking at 8 ways we can be a bad Christian. • I believe that the value of this series is that we can look at some of the mistakes of the past and learn from more

  • Close The Loophole! Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Oct 1, 2012

    We should live such lives of integrity that we do not need to take oaths. Our speech should be real, true, and genuine.

    1. In a Reader’s Digest survey of 2,624 readers in January 2004: • Switched price tags to get a lower price: 12% • Cheated on their tax return: 17% • Misstated facts on a resume/job application: 18% • Lied to their spouse about their relationship with another more

  • Looking For Loopholes

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Aug 12, 2015

    We must not look for ways to get around what God wants us to do.

    Looking for Loopholes August 9, 2015 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We must not look for ways to get around what God wants us to do. Focus Passage: Luke 10:25-29 Supplemental Passage: Therefore, to one who knows the right thing to do and more

  • Looking For Loopholes

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on May 11, 2018

    A study in the book of Leviticus 25: 1 – 55

    Leviticus 25: 1 – 55 Looking for loopholes 25 And the LORD spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai, saying, 2 “Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them: ‘When you come into the land which I give you, then the land shall keep a Sabbath to the LORD. 3 Six years you shall sow your field, and six more

  • Hometown - Pt. 2 - Loopholes! Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Apr 28, 2016

    Hometown. Comfortable confines. Known streets. Familiar sights. Our people. Our mission field? Our challenge? Our assignment?

Pt. 2 - Loopholes Introduction
 Apathy. The word is defined as and literally means "without feeling". Little or no concern. From the Greek it perhaps carries the most revealing and what should be the most frightening definition for us today . . . Without passion! We have more

  • It's Time To Unfold Your Deck Chair

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on May 19, 2017
    based on 27 ratings

    Lucy said, "On the great cruise ship of life, some people take their deck chairs to the bow. And some people take their deck chairs to the stern. Where do you put your deck chair, Charlie Brown?" Charlie replied "I can't even get my deck chair unfolded."

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service there are four Scripture readings prior to the Message or Homily. Today's assigned readings are: Acts 17:22-34; Psalm 66:7-18; 1 Peter 3:13-22 and John 14:15-21. In a "Peanuts" strip, ... Charlie Brown and Lucy were discussing ... theology. more

  • Divorce-Proof Marriages

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Nov 10, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    We look for loopholes like the Pharisees did, but Jesus' words are striking! He wasn't interested in getting us out of marriage, but keeping us in them!

    Passage: Matthew 19:1-12 Intro: Every person comes to this passage from a little different place. 1. divorced, not-divorced, considering marriage, friends or family who are divorced. 2. I did a lengthy project on this passage 30 years ago, and I did what most people do. 3. focused on more

  • Cutting Through The Legalese Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 17, 2003
    based on 50 ratings

    We look for loopholes in what God has called us to do, but the Bible calls us to a proactive lifestyle, it makes us face who we really are, and it calls us to accountability.

    Some of us love to take the simple and make it complex. Some of us thrive on taking perfectly obvious matters and making them as obscure as possible. My neighbor’s car has on it a bumper sticker that says, “Eschew obfuscation”. After about a half-hour with the dictionary, I found out that means, more

  • Divorce Proof Your Marriage Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 16, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    We divorce-proof our marriages when we stop looking for loopholes (or reasons to separate). Instead, we must look to the Lord, committing our selves first to Him then to our mates.

    Gary Thomas, in his book, Sacred Marriage, tells the story of a businessman who moved over slightly as a young man crowded into the airplane seat next to him. They both fastened their seat belts, and the businessman good-naturedly asked as to whether the young man was traveling on business or more

  • Falling From Grace Series

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jul 13, 2010

    Speaking on grace has seemed one sided…when you speak of unconditional forgiveness, limitless love, & boundless acceptance. It’s just screaming to be abused and misused... here are three loop-holes:

    Speaking on grace has seemed one sided…when you speak of unconditioned forgiveness and limitless love and boundless acceptance… * The scent of sandal arises when you tell sinners that; “No matter what, God loves you and can forgive you.” or that “No amount of effort and works impresses God more

  • Happily Ever After Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jul 9, 2013

    If you want to live happily ever after with your spouse, then don’t be looking for loopholes or reasons to split up. Instead, look to the Lord and then look only on your spouse. It's more important to BE the right person than to marry the right person.

    Ralph and Janice were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary, and Pastor Jones decided to take advantage of their longevity by using their story as a sermon illustration. He asked Ralph to come on stage and share some insight into how he managed to live with the same woman all those more

  • How Does An Elder Eld? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 12, 2010
    based on 65 ratings

    Titus and Timothy are both told to select appropriate men to lead the church as Elders. But what does God expect of these leaders and how can we (as the congregation) assist them in their role?

    OPEN: In one medical school, the students were complaining that they didn’t see why a class in Physics was necessary for them to be doctors. Finally one student actually challenged the teacher with that question. The teacher thought about that for a moment and then said “Well, we study Physics more

  • Neighborhater - Pt. 1 - There Goes The Neighborhood Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Sep 8, 2018

    Neighbors. There are good ones and then those we wished would move. Have we become Neighborhaters? Can’t we get along?

    There Goes The Neighborhood I. Introduction It is one of those fond and nostalgic memories. The sweaters. The shoe change. The trolley. The life lessons. Mr. Rogers’ mild manner often disguised the fact that he was dropping truth bombs on children. In fact, unknown to many until recently as a new more

  • God's Extreme Faithfulness Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Twitchell on Dec 7, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The story of Hagar and Ishmael provides a backdrop for a discussion of God’s faithfulness to His promises and to His people.

    Text: Genesis 21:1-21 Date: Sunday, June 23, 2002 Author: Rev. Jonathan K. Twitchell You and I live in a society in which it is common for people to look for loopholes. Lawyers look for loopholes in the legal system for the benefit of their clients. Insurance companies specialize in pages more