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  • How To Approach Decision Making Series

    Contributed by David Elvery on Jan 8, 2006
    based on 25 ratings

    Looking at how Jesus made decisions

    Making Good Decisions - Luke 6:12-15 Gladstone Baptist Church - 14/11/04 What do you do when you are facing a large decision? It may be a decision about your career. Do I pursue a promotion or not? Should I look for another Job? Should I get a job? For you students, maybe you have to more

  • Simon The Zealot Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    Under different circumstances Simon would run a blade through Matthew, and Matthew would live in fear of Simon, but Jesus makes them partners in the Gospel. A left-winger and a right-winger united in Christ.

    We want to look at an Apostle of whom we would know nothing if the New Testament did not tell us of his political affiliation before he became a believer. If a man was called Simon the Democrat or Simon the Republican, you would not be able to draw many conclusions about him because these terms more

  • An Unexamined Belief Is Not Worth Having

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Apr 25, 2019

    Jesus instructs us to have faith and believe, but how do we do that with our doubts?

    Today’s gospel reading is one of the best-known Eastertide gospels – that of ‘Doubting Thomas’. We almost never hear the name of this disciple without the label of ‘Doubting’. Most people, no matter how non-religious, have heard about ‘Doubting Thomas’. You may be interested to know that in the more

  • Jesus On Teams Series

    Contributed by Todd Stiles on Dec 13, 2006

    What does it take to have an impact like Jesus -- impact on others and with others? Find out the biblical componenents to teams in this message from Luke 6.

    “Jesus on Teams” (Luke 6:12-16) R Files Video opens… TRANS: That’s the story of how one person has been changed by Jesus! Yes, Dennis has an R File (show file and give to Dennis) … his life has been changed by the resurrection and he will forevermore be a different man. You know, Dennis, more

  • Time For Change

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Jul 17, 2006
    based on 55 ratings

    What Jesus did called for change, not reform.

    Luke 6:12-26 Time for Change Woodlawn Baptist Church July 16, 2006 Introduction The story is told of a group of men who had been sailing in the Atlantic Ocean when they came too close to shore and crashed against the rocks. Out of concern for other sailors in similar conditions, the more

  • Slowing Down Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jul 28, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    A balanced life can open us to experience the abundant life that God has promised to us. Slowing down is one step in achieving and maintaining a balanced life.

    DISCOVER BALANCE JULY 23, 2006 Luke 6:12-19 “Slowing Down” INTRODUCTION We begin a new series of sermons today—“Discover Balance.” For the rest of the summer, we will be examining the topic of how we achieve and maintain balance in our lives. Today we will talk about slowing down. In more

  • James- Least Known Of The Apostles Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Sep 13, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 9th sermon in the "Getting Acquainted With The 12 Apostles" series.

    Series: Getting Acquainted With The 12 Apostles [#9] JAMES- LEAST KNOWN OF THE APOSTLES Luke 6:15 Introduction: There are 3 men named James in the New Testament- James, the son of Alphaeus; James, the brother of John; and James, the brother of Jesus and a leader in the early Church. We know more

  • Twelve Ordinary Men

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Jan 6, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    No one would have labeled this group "Most Likely To Succeed" in their High School Year Book. It is likely that even some of the disciples would not have chosen each other to be members of the group. We would not have selected any of them to lead ministries here in our Church.

    TITLE: TWELVE ORDINARY MEN SCRIPTURE: ST. LUKE 6:12-16 (There is no claim as to originality as many sources were drawn from for the development of this message. I have adapted to my style and transitions in support of the theses statement of this message) This morning we begin our walk through more

  • Canonized Or Not, All Are Called To Be Saints Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 7, 2019

    The slavery to sin that we all labor under for some part of our lives is destroyed by the infinite loving power of Christ.

    Tuesday of 23rd week in course 2019 St. Agnes Tsao-Kou Ying We don’t become disciples of Jesus Christ on our own volition. We must be called to follow Christ. Some teachers have misunderstood this to mean that some are called and others are not called, and therefore are damned to perdition by more

  • Wired To Explode Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jun 26, 2006

    How is your life wired? Jesus paints a picture of God\’s character to show us how differently we are wired and how much we are in need of a Savior.

    A few years ago I thought I was pretty smart. We were putting in a hot tub and some people said - you should have it installed by a professional. "I don’t need no professional!" I responded. Well, we got the thing in okay- after hefting it sideways and rolling it on some very flimsy hand trucks or more

  • True Disciples Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Oct 31, 2011

    A disciple is simply a pupil not necessarily a true disciple of Christ even though they follow Christ.

    When someone says they are Christian, what do you think they mean?? There are too many definitions of Christianity out there. Which one is right? Let me ask this important question: What is the main root word of the word “Christian”?? Since the main root of the word Christian is Christ, the more

  • Betraying Hands Series

    Contributed by John Harvey on Mar 2, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    During the Easter series we will focus on the hands of the people involved. We will begin with Judas. At his hands, Christ was betrayed.

  • How Did Jesus Select His First Disciples?

    Contributed by Doug Morrell on Apr 12, 2005
    based on 54 ratings

    How you can select disciples for the long haul, who produce into the fourth generation, and will preserve the gospel without alteration or addition.

  • Do Not Be Afraid

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jul 26, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon for the ninth Sunday after Pentecost, Year B

    Do Not Be Afraid / John 6: 14 - 21 Intro: One day a very small, sickly-looking man with thick glasses rode into a western town on the stagecoach. He was hired to be the new bartender for the town saloon. He was warned by his new boss, “Remember, drop everything and run for your life if more

  • Be Brave, Like "Doubting Thomas”

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jul 12, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    often maligned, we should be more like 'Doubting Thomas'