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  • The Coats That Changed His Course

    Contributed by Esther Collins on Oct 9, 2020
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    This sermon is based on the life of Joseph, and on the coats that he wore. It also has a comparison with Jesus. It talks about the righteousness that God offers us through Jesus Christ.

    The Coats that Changed His Course Jacob had twelve sons who became the twelve patriarchs of Israel. In this message we will study the life of Joseph (as recorded in Genesis 37-41), who was the eleventh born son of Jacob. Whenever we think of Joseph, the one image that would come to our minds is more

  • Back To Online School

    Contributed by Rev. Duraimony Dickson on Aug 15, 2020
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    Grow in favor with man and relationships through God’s love, which He gave you. Let us grow in wisdom, and stature, and favor with God and man this year.

    Back to Online School “And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men”. - Luke 2:52 Dear parents and kids: This is the first time in our life where our school children will be going to school online, and it is completely different. Our church children are planning to more

  • Do You Know Your Father's Business?

    Contributed by Randy Breedlove on Jun 22, 2020

    What is the purpose of the Church? This sermon proposes that the church is to be about our Father's business of gathering for worship regularly, witnessing and growing his church.

    ‘Do you know your Father’s Business’ Luke 2:43-52, Proverbs 11:30, Ephesians 4:2 June 16, 2019, 2018 –AM Mexia Baptist Church 1. If you are about your Father’s business, you come to the Father’s house. Luke 2:46-47 2. Our Father’s business is seeking to win the lost. Proverbs 11:30 3. Our more

  • Mary, The Mother Of Jesus

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jun 22, 2020
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    In this sermon, the preacher focuses on the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. He believes that after Jesus Christ, Mary is the principal person in the history of salvation. He explains that it was pure love-in-faith which brought about Mary's motherhood to Jesus.

    Reflection Mary, the Mother of Jesus Why did God choose Mary? What was His reason for giving this particular place in His plan of salvation? This question can time to time arise in us when we think of Mary the Mother of Jesus. Christianity is not simply a religion. First and foremost, more

  • My Month Of Building My Home (Part 2)

    Contributed by Pastor Amos Dele Dada on Jun 10, 2020

    It is with great delight and joy I welcome you to this great month. Our month of building our home. The issue of the home is very critical and delights me greatly what about you? We all have a home, the only difference is in functionality or dysfunctionality.

    MY MONTH OF BUILDING MY HOME (PART 2) Continued from Part 1 It is with great delight and joy I welcome you to this great month. Our month of building our home. The issue of the home is very critical and delights me greatly what about you? We all have a home, the only difference is in functionality more

  • His Father's Business

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Mar 26, 2020

    Even for Mary, Joseph and Jesus there were some messy family days. But that may be a necessary, healthy part of letting our teens grow up.

    Have you ever found yourself in the situation where someone really impresses you, and you ask yourself, “I wonder what that person was like as a child?” You might be impressed with them for good things, or bad things. But you wonder about their childhood. For centuries Jesus has impressed more

  • Jesus Was Baptized "to Fulfill All Righteousness" Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 12, 2020

    We might make the mistake of thinking that Jesus stopped growing in the Spirit at His baptism.

    The Baptism of the Lord Jesus Christ 2020 In today’s Gospel the words of John the Baptist could just as well have begun “Jesus, this makes no sense!” He rightly senses at the Jordan River, as he did three months before he was born, when Mary visited his mother Elizabeth, that he is in the presence more

  • Growing With Jesus This Year

    Contributed by J Bernard Taylor on Dec 28, 2019

    Christmas is Over. The baby is out of the manger. Luke 2:52 says Jesus grew in wisdom, stature, and in favor with God and man. How can we grow as Jesus did?

    GROWING WITH JESUS THIS YEAR Introduction Christmas is over. We and the shepherds have paid tribute to the newborn baby. We have opened our presents. Some of us have taken down the Christmas tree and other ornaments. Already things are getting back to normal. We are looking forward to more

  • Jesus Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 27, 2019
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    The growth of Jesus in Luke 2:52 teaches us how to grow this coming year.

    Scripture This Christmas I am taking a brief look at the three key human persons in “The Christmas Family”: Joseph, Mary, and Jesus. Last Sunday we looked at Joseph. On Christmas Eve we looked at Mary. And today we will look at Jesus. When Jesus was twelve years old, his parents, Joseph and Mary, more

  • Lost In The Shuffle

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Dec 2, 2019
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    This morning we are going to follow Mary and Joseph’s dilemma and think about how we too might lose sight of Christ, how Jesus can become LOST IN THE SHUFFLE of our busy lives, especially during this Christmas Season.

    TITLE: LOST IN THE SHUFFLE SCRIPTURE: ST. LUKE 2:41-52 I am excited this morning to begin our Advent series. I look forward to and love this time of year and bring messages leading up to the greatest announcement the world has ever heard. I hear so many preachers say they no longer do an more

  • Getting To Know God - Part 8 - God’s Family Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Nov 20, 2019

    The Lord God is a family God. This is a look at the "Three Families of God", what they mean to us and how we can become a member of the family.

    Getting To Know God - Part 8 - God’s Family Please stand as we read our newest memory Scripture together … Jude 1:24-25 “To Him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before His glorious presence without fault and with great joy – “To the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, more

  • M3 – Mature Disciples 2 Matthew 28:19-20 Series

    Contributed by Joseph Rodgers on Apr 11, 2019
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    To MAKE a disciple begins w/ connecting someone to Christ through salvation and then connecting them to His church for ministry care and concern.

    Over the last few weeks I’ve been sharing w/ you my heart as it pertains to God’s call on our lives to make disciples of all nations. And if you remember, a disciple is more than a convert, but a person who’s been saved and is now in the process of becoming just like Jesus. In Matthew 28:19-20 – more

  • Grow Like Jesus Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Jan 24, 2019

    If we want this new year to be different we need to clarify what we really value in life and we need to determine to grow like Jesus

    Grow Like Jesus #ThisYearCanBeDifferent WELL – welcome to 2019, I’m glad you made it! NOW THIS MORNING – we are kicking off a 4 week series, that I am calling… ‘This Year Can Be Different.’ 1/6 – Grow Like Jesus 1/13 – These Three Things 1/20 – What Does It Matter 1/27 – Redeem The more

  • Jerusalem Alone Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Jan 8, 2019
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    The story of a 12 year-old boy left behind in Jerusalem by his parents? Sound familiar? Almost sounds like a Christmas classic movie! Not exactly. This is the story of the Son of God, knowing who he was and why he was here.

    As I read through the account from Luke 2 which you heard this morning of how Jesus was left behind by his parents in Jerusalem, I couldn’t help but think of what has become classic Christmas movie, “Home Alone.” If you’re not familiar with the movie, it’s about a boy around the age of 10-12 more

  • Code Adam

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jan 2, 2019

    Code Adam is a program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, a nonprofit co-founded by Adam’s parents, John and Revé Walsh.

    Code Adam Luke 2: 41 – 52 Intro: Code Adam was created in memory of 6-year-old Adam Walsh, who was tragically abducted from a Florida department store and found later murdered. Code Adam is a program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, a nonprofit co-founded by Adam’s more