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  • The Sermon On The Mount (Part Ten) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Nov 4, 2019

    Today we deal with another sensitive subject-divorce. Jesus needed to clarify some things about this topic. Let's see what we can learn about it.

    THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT (part ten) Matthew 5:31-32 I don't follow country music but there was a singer back in the 70's-Tammy Wynette. Interestingly, two of her best known songs were, Stand By Your Man and D-I-V-O-R-C-E! What does that tell you? Based on a 2008 survey, one of every three more

  • Marriage, Divorce And Remarriage Survey

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Jan 14, 2019
    based on 3 ratings

    This survey is given to allow you to evaluate your knowledge and understanding regarding the marriage, divorce and remarriage question. This survey answers the question: Does divorce for the "exception" or for any reason; keep a person from becoming a member, of the Kingdom of God?

    Instruction: After reading the scriptures, answer the questions for consideration. Select a “Yes” or “No” for each of the 25 questions. This survey has a 50% failure rate by participants, that attend the Leadership Training Seminar (LTS). You might want to learn WHY! Let's all grow in grace and more

  • Parables Of The Unjust Steward, Rich Man And Lazarus Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 25, 2017

    Some people think that anyone Jesus mentions in a parable is a hero or an example of a noble character. If that’s what you think, then be prepared for a shock, because two of these men are really bad characters.

    Perea Parables of the Unjust Steward, Rich Man and Lazarus Luke 16:1-31 Parable of the Unjust Stewart This parable has been greatly misunderstood, and one of the reasons is because it looks as though our Lord is commending a crook. The steward is a full-blown crook. Some people more

  • Foundational Guidance (Part 3) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jul 18, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Christians sometimes wonder why they experience trials and corrections while the ungodly seem to prosper. This is examined in the light of Psalm 73.

    Psalm 73 3/20/16 Intro For the last two weeks we have talked about “Foundational Guidance,” those things we do regardless of circumstances, “come what may.” We took our first message from Micah 6:8 where God tells us to (1) do justly (2) to love mercy (3) and walk humbly with your God. Last more

  • I Must Need Go Through Samaria

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Nov 26, 2016
    based on 19 ratings

    This lesson discusses the Lord's visit to the city of Samaria to correct three problems: social, spousal and spiritual. These problems face many of our cities today. It also explains some evangelical compromises; with political officials, for legislative favors.

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. To Correct the Social Problems of Samaria 2. To Correct the Spousal Problems of Samaria 3. To Correct the Spiritual Problems of Samaria Remarks. 1. In the lesson today we will be discussing the theme: "I Must Need Go through Samaria." This is an important more

  • Who Is At Your Gate Series

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Sep 8, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    This message is about reaching out to those who lie outside of our gates - be they Lazarus or the Rich Man. As Jesus reached out so too should the Body of Christ. May it be ever be so true today!

    Scripture: Luke 16:14-31 along with Psalms 146 and Jeremiah 32:1-15 Title: Who Is At Your Gate? This message is about reaching out to those who lie outside of our gate - be they Lazarus or the Rich Man. As Jesus reached out so too does the Body of Christ. May it be so today! more

  • Marriage, Divorce And Remarriage

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Aug 10, 2015
    based on 21 ratings

    To present sound teaching on marriage, divorce and remarriage. Marriage is honorable in all; and he that findeth a wife, findeth a good thing. This lesson refutes the notion a baptized believer; must return to their former spouse, as fruits of repentance.

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Christ’s Discourse on “Marriage” 2. Christ’s Discourse on “Divorce” 3. Christ’s Discourse on “Remarriage” Remarks. 1. In this lesson we will be discussing “marriage, divorce and remarriage.” This is one of the most misunderstood and debated topic in the Christian faith. more

  • A Celebration Of Giving Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Jun 26, 2015

    The first of 3 sermons that formed our Stewardship (Giving) Campaign for 2015, this sermon starts by celebrating the huge amounts of God-inspired generosity that are already going on in our church.

    So - I have two sermons here, and i wonder which one you would like me to preach? Here I have a really creative one (hold it up) - I promise you none of you will ever have heard a sermon on giving like this. The other one (hold it up) it is a bit more boring and ordinary. Which would you more

  • Marriage, Divorce, And Remarriage Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 25, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    I would like to set before you some biblical principles and practical implications of marriage, divorce, and remarriage.

    Scripture Luke 16 primarily deals with the topic of possessions. However, in the middle of chapter 16 Jesus made a statement about divorce and remarriage as an illustration of the ongoing applicability of the moral law of God. I mentioned last time that I would like to take the opportunity to more

  • The Law And The Kingdom Of God Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 17, 2015

    The analysis of the response of Jesus to the Pharisees' ridicule in Luke 16:14-18 teaches about their misunderstanding of possessions, the kingdom of God, and the law.

    Scripture Luke 16 primarily deals with the topic of possessions. There are three sections in the chapter. The first section is the parable of the dishonest manager (16:1-13). Jesus responds to the ridicule of the Pharisees in the second section (16:14-18). And the third section is about the rich more

  • Hell And Being A Disciple Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on May 11, 2014

    So what difference does it make? If Hell is real, what difference not only does it make in how you live your life today but what difference does it make in being a disciple of Jesus

    Hell and Being a Disciple Luke 16: 19-31 Dan Kimball writes, “I am passionate about hell. That sounds odd – but I am not passionate about hell itself, but passionate about studying what it is because of the seriousness of what it is. I am passionate about it as I don’t want more

  • Living Generously Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Feb 13, 2014

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: Living Generously

  • The Good Example Of A Crook

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 28, 2013

    Sadly, Christians are some of the most gullible, naïve folks around. Almost every week you read another story about how some trusting Christian was bamboozled by a scam where he gave away his life’s savings in some “sure-fire investment.”

    12-13-04 THE GOOD EXAMPLE OF A CROOK Luke 16:1-16:18 INTRODUCTION The recent accounting scandals involving more

  • A Gracious Master / The Meaning Behind The Parable Of The Unjust Manager

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Sep 22, 2013
    based on 50 ratings

    This parable is deeply embedded in Middle Eastern tradition and culture, and it is to that culture that interpreters should turn.

  • The Rich Man And Lazarus

    Contributed by Clay Gentry on Aug 4, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    A deep exploration into Luke 16:14-30 with emphases on understanding the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus in context.

    In these tough economic times, panhandling is a common scene. Visit any sizable city and it seems there is someone on every corner asking for money. No doubt, a few desperately need help; nevertheless the majority of panhandlers are taking advantage of the generosity of others. It is enough to make more