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  • The First Church Of The Potpourri

    Contributed by James May on Sep 9, 2004
    based on 48 ratings

    Jesus can take a dried up flower petal, a dead stick, and a bunch of useless material and give it new life to become a part of the Bride of Christ.

    The First Church of the Potpourri By Pastor Jim May Oh what a difference the Spirit of the Lord makes in the life of a man or woman who has come to know Him as their Lord and Savior! Victory Temple, we are a part of the Body of Christ, part of the Bride of Christ, washed in the Blood of more

  • Godly Contentment Is The Way To Go

    Contributed by Randall Timblin on Oct 30, 2017

    How can we achieve 'Godly Contentment' vs what the World has to offer in its stead.

    To be content means that one is Happy. Happiness is a state of one’s being when things around them are going as expected or well in the person’s opinion. It can be a sense of satisfaction or fulfillment, however fleeting. Our environment is temporal at most—always changing—fluid in nature. If more

  • Investing In Rotten Apples?

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Apr 4, 2002
    based on 30 ratings

    It is easy to spend our time racing down useless roads.

    I ponder today about CHASING RAINBOWS? SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW BLUEBIRDS FLY. BIRDS FLY OVER THE RAINBOW--- WHY THEN, OH WHY CAN’T I? Why do we wish to be some place else? To be someone else? Why can’t we find joy in daily living? We dream great visions of grandeur, that keep us from more

  • Working With Human Nature Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 13, 2012
    based on 2 ratings

    God created human beings to be social, reasoning creatures. His Word advises us about how to get along with others, how to relate to others, and how to live wisely and reasonably.

    Working With Human Nature (Proverbs 19:3-4, 6-7) 1. ABC News reported a strange story this week: Arthur Livingston, of Prosperity, S.C., may feel prosperous and alive, but his credit report says, "File not scored because subject is deceased." That’s because Livingston’s bank, Bank of America, more

  • Applying Wisdom To Anger Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 22, 2012

    How do you learn to tame anger? How should you relate to angry people? The one-word answer is “Wisdom.”

    Applying Wisdom to Anger (Proverbs 19:8, 10-13, 16,19,20) 1. I knew a guy in high school who was a friend of a friend. 2. He was a big guy, and he seemed nice enough, but he had an anger problem. 3. After we graduated, he got a part time job at McDonald’s. One day, he got so angry at his more

  • 4 Advent C

    Contributed by Roger Haugen on Sep 21, 2001
    based on 42 ratings

    "My Soul magnifies the Lord"

    Here we are on the fourth Sunday of Advent. The morning of Christmas Eve. It’s hard not sliding right into Christmas. Snow, the excitement, the baby to be born, the manger, the Shepherds -- the whole nine yards. Christmas as we have come to know and love and expect. Gifts under the tree, a feast -- more

  • Finding Focus

    Contributed by Joe Harding on Apr 19, 2001
    based on 36 ratings

    . As we look together at the life of Daniel, a Hebrew in exile in Babylon, we can see the exact debacle taking place there. But, the outcomes might be different for Daniel?

    FINDING FOCUS DANIEL 6: 1-16 NOVEMBER 26, 2000 INTRODUCTION: Important definitions:  CHAD: noun. The punch out portion of a punch style voting ballot.  DIMPLE: noun. A chad on a voting ballot that is bulging but not pierced, by a voter’s stylus.  PREGNANT CHAD: more

  • Surmised, Surprised, Stupefied Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Aug 7, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Christ had died-this they knew. However, there were three ladies who had the idea that if they could get to the tomb, early in the morning on the first day of the week, they would give Christ a proper burial, leave and be gone before anyone knew it.

    MARK 16:1-8 SURMISED, SURPRISED, STUPEFIED I.SURMISED: Mark 16:1-3 A. Seclusion. B Satisfaction. C. Shortcoming. II.SURPRISED: Mark 15:4-7 A. Situation. B. Sight. C. Salutation. III.STUPEFIED: more

  • Misfits Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Oct 1, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Parents, friends, classmates, soemone has asked you this question. It is the question that produces doubt, frustration, and sometimes even pain. “What are YOU good for?” These messages will help you discover, develop, and deploy your gfit!

    “What Are You Good For?” Part 1 - The Misfits So this morning I am beginning a new series that I have entitled “What Are YOU Good For?” This will speak to the very heart of becoming equipped. Over the next few weeks we are going to get very practical on how to find your place and to prepare more

  • A Somebody Becomes A Fugitive Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Nov 15, 2000
    based on 60 ratings

    A somebody can become a fugitive but they must remember to run to God because He is their safe refuge.

    A Somebody Becomes A Fugitive Series on the Life of David- Sermon 2 Thesis: A somebody can become a fugitive but they must remember to run to God because He is their safe refuge. Texts: I Samuel 18-22 Introduction: Have you ever been on top of the world? Life is going in your favor. more

  • Blessed Are The Meek Series

    Contributed by Alex Huggett on Jul 1, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Many people confuse meekness for weakness. But true meekness is strong, a gentleness of spirit and humility that comes from confidence in God.

    Matt 5.5 "Blessed are the meek for they will inherit the earth." As we go through these beatitudes we’re discovering that Jesus turns conventional wisdom on its head and presents those things the world despises as the way of the Kingdom. And this morning we’ve come to a beatitude that isn’t more

  • Davids Big Flaw

    Contributed by Alex Huggett on Sep 10, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    David was a successful man - a warrior, poet and king. Yet he had one major flaw that was almost his undoing - his children. This message contrasts David’s great success with his great heartache.

    One of my favourite Bible heroes is King David. I’m sure you’re all familiar with the story of David and Goliath, the boy who bested a giant. But there’s a lot more to David’s life than this story. In many ways he’s the kind of man that many of us guys would like to be. David was marked out for more

  • Lust And The Healing Judgment Of God Series

    Contributed by Lynwood Morriss on Sep 26, 2004
    based on 33 ratings

    When believers fall, God’s judgment brings repentance, healing and freedom.

    I. The Paths of Disaster 2 Sam.11:1-27 A. The Seduction of Career Dissatisfaction 2 Sam. 11:1 The TIME Kings go to War. Remember in Afganistan when the war was being contemplated. Did not want to go during the winter lest the army get bogged down. The time KINGS go to war. As God’s more

  • Just Wait Until The Men Come Back

    Contributed by Kevin Williams on Jun 27, 2007
    based on 18 ratings

    The role that men play in true worship is essential to the survival of the church.

    The city has been burned down to it’s very foundation. Once proud, solid structures had been reduced to fragile rubble. If you look around you can still see embers slowly burn what is left in the camp. If you lift your nose ever so slightly you can still smell the stench of smoke blowing in the more

  • God's Joy And Peace In Christ

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Dec 18, 2003
    based on 84 ratings

    Advent 3: We pause to celebrate and rejoice in anticipation of the wonderful ’Gift’ that God gives to us in the Christ Child.

    Dr. Seuss wrote a charming little story of a malcontent named the Grinch. This foul, green, slimy, grouchy character had no room in his heart for Christmas. Every year he worked himself into a rage because the Who’s, the little people that lived in Whoville, celebrated Christmas with a passion. more