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  • Breaking Chains PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Encourage us to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to prioritize His Kingdom above all else in our lives.

    Good morning, Church family! Today we're going to dive deep into a scripture that calls us to examine our hearts and priorities. Our focus is Mark 12:30, which says, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength." This verse is more

  • The Purpose Of The Church And Humanity PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Good morning, church family! Today, we're going to dive into some powerful scripture from Colossians 1:18, Ephesians 1:22-23, and Mark 12:30-31, and we're going to be talking all about the Church - God's divine plan for humanity, the purpose of the Church in making disciples, and the profound truth more

  • The Answer To Self-Esteem Series

    Contributed by Travis Smalley on Nov 20, 2000
    based on 115 ratings

    We must have a healthy love for ourself if we are going to live a full and productive life.

    Discovering the Power of Love (The Answer to Self-Esteem) How Do I Love Myself Introduction: In the Pan American games diver Greg Lougnis was asked "How do you cope with stress?" He said "When I get up on the platform the second before I dive I say to myself ‘Even if I blow this dive my mother more

  • The Great Commandment

    Contributed by Andy Atkins on Jan 4, 2001
    based on 90 ratings

    A clear answer to the question, "What Would Jesus Do?"

    Mark 12:28-31 The Great Commandment INTRODUCTION: Charles Sheldon’s classic, In His Steps has achieved its greatest fame in the last few years. The novel about one church’s decision to live by the question, “What would Jesus do?” has inspired sequels, merchandise, clothing, and every more

  • Propelled By Passion

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Jan 15, 2001
    based on 191 ratings

    Passion is the driving force in the life of the church and the life of a Christian.

    Propelled by Passion Mark 12:28-34 June 1999 Introduction I. W.E. Sangster A. Interviewing ministerial candidates 1. Interview process: Group of individuals interviewed ministry applicants, Sangster was a part of this group, this was a large task in the Methodist church 2. One specific pastoral more

  • All Or Nothing PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Oct 18, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explore the essence of Christianity through understanding the greatest commandment, the cost of discipleship, and the reward of commitment, emphasizing that true faith requires obedience and living out our beliefs daily.

    Good morning, family! Today we’re exploring The Greatest Commandment, The Cost of Discipleship, and The Reward of Commitment. The words of A.W. Tozer ring true when he says, "True faith commits us to obedience." It's not just about saying we believe, it's about living it out, every single day. Now more

  • All In Series: The Power Of A Committed Soul PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Oct 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores loving God wholly by understanding our soul's state, identifying its sustenance source, and surrendering it completely to God.

    Warm greetings, beloved. As we gather today in the fellowship of faith, let us turn our hearts and minds to a passage of scripture that calls us to a profound and personal relationship with our Creator. It is a passage that beckons us to a deeper understanding of our own souls and our relationship more

  • Taking Up Stakes

    Contributed by Greg Bryan on Nov 19, 2004
    based on 9 ratings

    In order for each of us to move toward becoming the person God created us to be and fulfill the purpose He created us to fulfill, we must pull some stakes and refuse to let limitations define us.

    Taking Up Stakes Living without limits for God’s glory ILL- Elephant Intro I tried to look brave, but inside, I was shaking in my sneakers as we stood within five feet of a six-ton elephant tethered outside the circus tent. I had seen elephants at the zoo before, behind iron bars, but this was more

  • How To Speak God's Love Language!

    Contributed by Jess Bousa on Jan 26, 2006
    based on 47 ratings

    Learning how to give God all your heart, soul, mind and strength, not only speaks God’s love language of lifestyle worship, but also makes it easier to love people.

    An author by the name of Dr. Gary Chapman wrote a book called the five love languages. After 30 years of counseling married couples, he came to the conclusion that each person has their own love language. The five love languages are words of affirmation, acts of service, quality time, receiving more

  • A Life-Changing Resolution

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Jan 21, 2006
    based on 114 ratings

    Message about committing to taking practical steps to love God more and serve him better.

    A Life-Changing Resolution Mark 12:28-34 January 1, 2006 Introduction How many of you here have made some resolutions for this year? It’s okay, you can be honest! Here are a few less-serious resolutions: "I have resolved not to do drugs anymore, because I get the same effect just standing up more

  • The Greatest Commandments Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Mar 12, 2006
    based on 17 ratings

    Love God and love your neighbour, and you’ll likely get the rest right too.

    Mark 12:28-34 March 5, 2006 (first of Lent) The Greatest Commandments Apprenticing Under the Master Through Lent, we are going to conclude the series in Mark that I’ve titled “Apprenticing Under the Master.” We’ve tried to look at Jesus’ life like an apprentice would look at the work of a more

  • The Greatest Commandment

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Aug 3, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    With all the commandments that God has given us, Jesus explicitly pointed out two that were the greatest for us to follow.

    THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT Mark 12:28-31 A. Why these two commandments, over all the others. • If we love the Lord as we should, we will not sin against Him. o He will be our top priority and everything else will fall into place o When our love for the Lord falters, then we will be living a life more

  • All You Have To Do Is

    Contributed by Chanon Mullens on Oct 21, 2005

    Telling the Truth to Those Who Seek The Lord

    So many times in our churches people come forward in accepting the Lord and our stance is always the same, “All you have to do is…” Yes, it is true, all we have to do to be saved is accept that Jesus Christ was born of a virgin, died in a perfect state, and was resurrected 3 days after he was more

  • Which Is The Greatest Commandment?

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Oct 24, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    Pentecost 23(B) - Believers ask which is the greatest commandment learning to listen first and then also learning that love fulfills God’s law.

    WHICH COMMANDMENT IS THE GREATEST? Mark 12:28-34 - October 23, 2005 - Pentecost 23 Dear Fellow-Redeemed and Saints in the Lord: Inquiring minds want to know. Our minds and the minds of the rest of mankind are very inquisi-tive. We spend a lot of our life learning. The things that we don’t know more

  • Restoring Levees Of Love Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Sep 10, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    Using the Great Commandment of loving God and loving others, this sermon concludes with 8 theological insights related to Hurricane Katrina.

    Restoring Levees of Love Mark 12:28-34 Rev. Brian Bill 9/11/05 Today is the four-year anniversary of 9/11 and once again our country has been rocked by events beyond our control as we’ve seen cities stagger and people uprooted. Columnist Kathleen Parker writes: “What can you say about horror? more