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  • Love Yourself

    Contributed by Steve Gladwell on Oct 20, 2002
    based on 45 ratings
     | 3,854 views

    Why should we love ourselves? Are we worth loving?

    As yourself! How many of you remember the stories about Narnia? I have learnt about them again fairly recently as my son has become interested in the series. We are reading the Magicians Nephew together at the moment, and Thomas has recently been watching the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe on ...read more

  • Love Yourself Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Oct 15, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 10,438 views

    We cannot obey Jesus' command to "love your neighbor as yourself" until we learn how to love ourselves properly.

    Introduction: A. I want to begin with two thought provoking questions: 1. Question #1: Do you love yourself? 2. Question #2: Should you love yourself? B. Do you remember Whitney Houston’s number one hit song called “Greatest Love of All”? 1. The chorus went like this: ...read more

  • Learning To Love Yourself

    Contributed by Bruce Willis on Aug 11, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 21,678 views

    This sermon from the Greatest Commandment passage seeks to help those with a low self-esteem to learn to love themselves on the basis of the truth of God’s Word and God’s Love.

    There’s a song by John Stallings that reminds me of the message this morning. It speaks about the bottom line principle that will enable you to love yourself. The song is entitled, “Learning To Lean.” The greatest commandment passage has within it the most posing challenge for you and for me; ...read more

  • Do You Love Yourself? Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Aug 7, 2014
     | 2,300 views

    We are to love. We are to love our neighbor. We are to love our neighbor as we love OURSELVES.

    1. Matthew 7.12 a. Why "Golden Rule"? In AD 222-235 Roman Emperor Alexander Severus adopted the golden rule as his motto, and displayed it on public buildings, and promotes peace among religions. Some say the golden rule is called golden because Severus wrote it on his wall in gold. b. It is ...read more

  • A Little Humility -- For Heaven's Sake

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Oct 30, 2011
    based on 44 ratings
     | 12,871 views

    Contrasting the Gospel to the cultural gospel of loving yourself.

    My daughter was a little upset when I called her last week. She had gone to the traditional service at her church in Tennessee, instead of the contemporary service they usually attend. The senior pastor who is proficient in both Hebrew and Greek, and taught at the seminary level, preached on ...read more

  • Love Your Neighbor As Yourself Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Dec 11, 2003
    based on 57 ratings
     | 29,043 views

    Before you can love your neighbor as yourself, you must first love yourself.

    The Greatest Commandment Series David Owens Sermon #3: “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself” (Pt. 1) 10/5/03 Text: Mark 12:28-34 Introduction: A. I want to begin this morning with the words to a song that was a big hit for Whitney Houston around ten years ago. “I believe the children are our ...read more

  • Turn Or Burn Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 25, 2002
    based on 69 ratings
     | 8,577 views

    The significance of repentance is particularly important when we consider how we usually handle our weaknesses

    OPEN: “Johnnie,” asked the kindergarten teacher, “is the world round?” “No, ma’am,” was the reply. “It isn’t!” Exclaimed the teacher. “Then I suppose it’s flat?” “No, ma’am.” “Well,” said the teacher with a smile, “if the world isn’t round and it isn’t flat, then what is it?” “My dad says ...read more

  • The Greatest Commandments

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Sep 4, 2015
     | 2,889 views

    Jesus says that the greatest commandments were to love God with all your heart and to love others as much as you love yourself. How you doing with that?

    The Greatest commandments Matthew 22:34-22:37 Introduction- Turn to Matthew 22:34-37 Matthew 22 is the discussing of the two greatest Commandments that Jesus spoke to His believers. Before He does that, He has a conversation with the Sadducees. The Sadducees believed that there was ...read more

  • Jesus' Life Management Map

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Apr 18, 2005
    based on 12 ratings
     | 1,283 views

    A sermon on the Great Commandment; 1. Love the Lord. 2. Love yourself. 3. Love others. (Portions taken from an article by Lucinda Norman in Lookout Magazine http://www.lookoutmag.com)

    Sermon for 4/17/2005 Mark 12:30-31 Jesus’ Life- Management Map Introduction: When I was in high school, the #1 thing that I enjoyed was Bible Bowl. My life management map would have been Bible Bowl at the top, and school and other things below this. When Crystal was in high school, the #1 ...read more

  • Love, Is One Powerful 4 Letter Word!

    Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Sep 15, 2013
    based on 7 ratings
     | 49,587 views

    How will we win our friends, family and neighbors to the Lord? Not by telling them what they need to do things differently in their lives, But by the doing what Jesus said to do, Love others as well as you love yourself!

    Love, is one powerful 4 letter word! 1st John 4:7-10 MSG. 7-10. My beloved friends, let us continue to love each other since love comes from God. Everyone who loves is born of God and experiences a relationship with God. The person who refuses to love doesn’t know the first thing about ...read more

  • It's Really Me, Really

    Contributed by Roy Probus on May 17, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,793 views

    We must first love ourselves before we can love others. Looking at our friends should help us define who we are but not at the expense of ourselves.

    Nornan, what a mess. Jim burns tells a story of a friend of his named Norman. Some of you know someone like him. Norman was the type of person to change fads and friends very quickly. During his high school years, Norman was a: i. Surfer ii. Punk rocker iii. Football team manager iv. Cross ...read more

  • Two

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Jul 5, 2013
     | 1,969 views

    Jesus, with pinpoint, laser-like clarity cuts through all the red tape and fine print and says there are two pinnacle principles that serve as the hinge pins on which the kingdom swings.

    Two I. Introduction Do you ever think about the type of person Jesus was? I am talking about personality wise. When we think about each other that is what we do . . . mild, direct, intense, aloof, or warm. But when we think about Jesus we often stop at thinking about who He was and not what He ...read more

  • Dad In The Mirror

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Jun 18, 2015
    based on 3 ratings
     | 6,693 views

    It seems dads get beat up a lot for failing to be the perfect father. We forget that dads are fallen men like all others. This message is designed to encourage dads and others in their daily walk.

    The kids wanted a hamster really bad. They pleaded with their mom, making all kind of promises. One promise was to care for the hamster. Finally, mom agreed and got them a hamster. They named him “Danny.” Within two months, Mom had the responsibility of Danny’s care. Despite her ...read more

  • Have A Merry Christmas! Series

    Contributed by Jeff Armbrester on Dec 22, 2004
    based on 16 ratings
     | 3,887 views

    The theme will be relationships. This worship experience will focus on our relationships with family and friends. The challenge will be to move from merely going through the activities of Christmas with our family and friends to knowing those we love on a

    Last week we learned that the spirit of Christmas is relationships, beginning with our relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Today we see that to have a merry Christmas involves relationships with people. It seems that God screams this message to us every year through the writers of ...read more

  • Four Steps To Loving Your Enemy

    Contributed by Robert Rose on Sep 13, 2005
    based on 19 ratings
     | 5,477 views

    This sermon helps us to understand the command "Love Your Neighbor" and how to Love the unlovable.

    Matthew 22:34 When the Pharisees heard that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees, they gathered together. 35 One of them, an expert in Moses’ Teachings, tested Jesus by asking, 36 "Teacher, which commandment is the greatest in Moses’ Teachings?" 37 Jesus answered him, "’Love the Lord your God with all ...read more