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  • Pride Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Sep 5, 2001
    based on 59 ratings

    This is the third in a series of four dealing with various temptations.

    The Temptations: Pride 3 of 4 Mark 10:35-41 September 9, 2001 F.B.C. Chester, Illinois Mike Fogerson, Speaker 1. Introduction A. The lion was proud of his mastery of the animal kingdom. One day he decided to make sure all the other animals knew he was the king of the jungle. He was more

  • Everybody Gets To Be A Deacon Series

    Contributed by Paul Newell on Aug 28, 2001
    based on 54 ratings

    I Will Serve The Ministry Of My Church. God has called every believer to serve in the church.

    Everybody Gets To Be A Deacon Mark 10:43-45 Covenant – Part Three Intro: Several years ago a young wife and her husband stopped me at the back of the church. “I want my husband to be a Deacon,” she proclaimed, “what does he need to do?” I knew what she was asking; she wanted to know what it more

  • God's Strategy For Being #1 Series

    Contributed by Lynn Floyd on Oct 25, 2001
    based on 86 ratings

    I talk about God’s strategy for being #1 which is humility.

    God’s Strategy For Being #1: Humility Illustration: A coach and his recruiter were talking about the upcoming football season. The recruiter asked, “What kind of players are you looking for this year coach?” The coach replied, “you know the player who gets knocked down and doesn’t get up?” The more

  • Serving God Series

    Contributed by Norman Mc Leod on Aug 13, 2001
    based on 19 ratings

    A bible study on serving God.

    Part 1 (Qualities of Leadership) Serving God Mark 10: 42-45 by Norman Mc Leod August 14, 2001 Introduction: This same situation that Jesus teaches James and John along with the ten in our text, exists today as it did then. As ministers (servants) in the body of Christ, we have to be careful more

  • @thecross Series

    Contributed by Robert Simmons on Feb 26, 2002
    based on 18 ratings

    The cross, the center of Christianity, spans the divide of history and the bridge between fallen man and a holy God.

    I. INTRODUCTION The focus of our preaching must be on the cross of Christ. There are many ideas, philosophies, or political opinions that the enemy would like to have us focus our preaching on. But it is imperative that the "foolishness of the cross" be central to all that we declare. The more

  • Partaking Of The Cup

    Contributed by David Swensen on Feb 17, 2002
    based on 66 ratings

    In our hurting, sinful world there is a great need for believers to sacrificially put themselves out in service to the Lord. Learn more by reading todays message.

    After having given their lives to Christ, Robert and Dorothy Hoppe wanted to serve Him. When they finished their studies at the Wycliffe Institute of Linguistics they felt called to serve the Malayo people in Columbia, South America where they would translate the Word of God into their more

  • Who You Give God Your Lunch?

    Contributed by Jeffery Karnes on Nov 25, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    A semon about having faith that what you give to God (money, time, talents, etc....) will be used to glorify his kingdom

    Would you give God your lunch? John 6:1-13 I am going to talk about giving this morning. Now don’t get up and walk out, I know a brand new youth pastor giving his first sermon in church doesn’t need to start telling the congregation how they need to give more money, so that is not what I am going more

  • Why 'good' Friday?

    Contributed by Rodney Killam on Apr 17, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    Why is Good Friday called good? Our answer to that question is determined by how we see that day’s event -- with worldy, physical eyes or Christian, spiritual eyes?

    A Good Friday Communion Service Meditation [Sermon Intro] Why Good Friday? Why do we call this Friday, good? This is the day that we see Christ dying on the cross. A day of remembrance like this would be more appropriately termed Mourning Friday, for that is what the disciples were doing -- more

  • Real Presence Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Feb 13, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    The power of the Lord’s Last Supper is lost on many of us because we fail to understand Jesus’ use of the word Cup; this sermon reveals how the Disciples understood Jesus saying "This is my body" and "Drink this to commemorate me."

    REAL PRESENCE OF JESUS CHRIST AT EUCHARIST UNDERSTOOD AS OATH, SACRAMENTUM. It is impossible in a short space to convey all that should be said on this subject. It would be easy, for me to be misunderstood, because I can only express part of my understanding of this subject in a short space. So more

  • Ambitious In The Kingdom? Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Oct 16, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    Power, position and prestige - where do they belong in a Christian’s vocabulary?

    Briningham 19-10-03 Mk 10:35-45 - Christian leadership Power, Prestige and Position, where do they belong in a Christian’s vocabulary? Today’s Gospel reading is all about these topic. James and John were trying to use their influence to get into the top positions in more

  • "It's Not About Moving On Up"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Oct 17, 2003
    based on 134 ratings

    The call, responsibilities and blessings of discipleship.

    Mark 10:35-45 “It’s Not About Moving On Up” By: Rev. Kenneth Emerson Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA I was talking with a colleague of mine this past week about the United Methodist appointive system. We both agreed that, in our opinions, more

  • Getting Warm With Your Giving Series

    Contributed by Brian Moon on Sep 11, 2002
    based on 23 ratings

    Part 3 of the series "The Cure for the Common Cold" that is dealing with our ability to keep our passion and fire for God. This message deals with giving of ourselves.

    “The Cure for the Common Cold” part 3 (Getting warm with your giving) Brian A. Moon Story – This is only our 5th week of existence and we have already had over 60 different people come through our doors, and most of them have all had the same thing to say, “Wow, that was different, it was pretty more

  • How To Bring About Change

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Apr 7, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    Jesus realized that His job was not to change everything and everyone in society. He also understood that His primary job was not to bring about social, political or economic changes in his community. (Mark 10:45) "For even the Son of Man did not come to

    Quote: Some people will change when they see the light. Others change only when they feel the heat. Traditional. Quote: Everything continues in a state of rest unless it is compelled to change by forces impressed upon it. Issac Newton, First Law of Motion. Quote: Cornford’s Law: Nothing is more

  • Making A Difference

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 12, 2002
    based on 374 ratings

    How can we make a difference as Christians? Is warming a church pew the best I can do?

    OPEN: Several years back the Merv Griffin Show had a guest that was a body builder. During the interview, Merv asked, “Why do you develop those particular muscles?” The body builder simply stepped forward and flexed a series of muscles from chest to calf. The audience applauded. “What do you more

  • I Will Serve The Ministry Of Our Church Series

    Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Jan 13, 2004
    based on 61 ratings

    The vision of this sermon is to move people out of the pews and into service.

    Membership Covenant I Will Serve the Ministry of Our Church Mark 10:45 January 25, 2004 Intro: A. [Wrong Side of the Boat] People who refuse to get involved in problems of their community are like the two shipwrecked men in a lifeboat. From their end of the boat, the pair watched as those at the more