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  • A Messiah Who Understands True Family Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Jul 15, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    When we give our lives to Christ, His family becomes our family.

    A Messiah Who Understands the True Family Text: Matt. 12:46-50 Introduction 1. Illustration: Rudyard Kipling once wrote about families, "all of us are we--and everyone else is they." A family shares things like dreams, hopes, possessions, memories, smiles, frowns, and gladness...A family more

  • God Wants Us To Make A Difference In Our Generation! Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Apr 16, 2022

    Four keys to a life that makes a difference for God: 1. The faith we must embrace (vs. 38-40). 2. The future we must face (vs. 41-42). 3. A fight we must win (vs. 43-45). 4. The family we must belong to (vs. 46-50).

    God Wants Us to Make a Difference in Our Generation! The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 12:38-50 Sermon by Rick Crandall (Prepared April 16, 2022) BACKGROUND: *Today we will finish our study of Matthew 12. By this time, Jesus had fulfilled many Old Testament prophecies, worked thousands of miracles, more

  • Are You A Part Of God's Forever Family? Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Aug 16, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus uses the example of His biological family to teach that we can be a part of another family, a spiritual family and how we can be a part of God’s forever family.

    INTRODUCTION Families have always mattered to God. Before He created the nation or the church, He created a family. Someone said families are like fudge candy—mostly sweet, but with a few nuts! We’re going to talk about being a part of God’s forever family today. Today is more

  • Cuando El Amor Se Hace Costumbre Series

    Contributed by Pastor: Jose Luis Dejoy on Jul 3, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Cuando comenzamos una actividad comercial, estudiantil sentimos gozo o en una relación amorosa, sentimos que cada beso nos hace volar, cada caricia nos hace suspirar. Pero pasa el tiempo y en algunos ni siquiera mucho tiempo cuando

    Cuando comenzamos una actividad comercial, estudiantil sentimos gozo o en una relación amorosa, sentimos que cada beso nos hace volar, cada caricia nos hace suspirar. Pero pasa el tiempo y en algunos ni siquiera mucho tiempo cuando empiezan los problemas, por el trabajo, las obligaciones, en more

  • Be A Family Man! Series

    Contributed by Chad Garrison on Mar 29, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    God calls each of us to the Adventure of Life He has set before us. Everyone has his or her own path, but we all have the same call. Today we examine the call to minister to our families.

    Choose Your Own Adventure! “Be a Family Man!” Today the Adventure that we are called to is “Be a Family Man!” That may sound like it’s aimed only at fathers, but Family Man has a better ring to it than “Family Person”. So when we say Family Man, we are more

  • Part 17 - Matthew 12:46-50 - Jesus Celebrates My Birthday! Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Nov 21, 2010
    based on 67 ratings

    I wonder if Jesus and His family celebrated His birthday. We will celebrate the BIRTH of Christ this Christmas as a family. He celebrates my NEW BIRTH (John 3:3) into His family. Luke 15:10 (NLT) says "...there is joy in the presence of God’s angels when

    Part 17 – Matthew 12:46-50 – JESUS CELEBRATES MY BIRTHDAY! My daughter, Rachel, is pregnant! Woo Hoo! Another little boy will soon be born into our family. What a gift! Christmas of course celebrates the gift God gave in the birth of a baby boy, our Saviour, Jesus. We gather around the more

  • Family Versus Ministry?

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Jul 27, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    We struggle with this sometimes; what should the priority be when we have both family and ministry obligations. Here is one solution.

    Passage: Matthew 12:46-50 Intro: We have all heard the stories. 1. a missionary who devotes his life to evangelism, but his own kids are lost. 2. the devoted pastor whose kids end up on drugs. Il) I had a professor at Seminary who, as a pastor, had never seen his high school more

  • His Mother And Brothers Seek An Audience Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Aug 4, 2017

    Jesus addressed the crowd, on this day, regarding subjects which drew the resentment of the Scribes and Pharisees. And while He was speaking, His mother, Mary, and His brothers arrived at the house where He was at.

    Harmony of the Gospels -AD 28- Capernaum Lesson: His Mother and Brothers Seek an Audience Matthew 12:46-50, Mark 3:31-35, Luke 8:19-21 -Matthew- Matt 12:46-50 (KJV) 46 While he yet talked to the people, behold, his mother and his brethren stood without, desiring to speak with more

  • Religion, Reformation, Or Relationship

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Nov 1, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    What matters is not what religion you are or cleaning up your act. What matters is your relationship with Christ.

    Religion, Reformation, or Relationship Matthew 12:34b-50 Traditionally, on New Year’s Day, many people make resolutions. About 85% of those made are for some form of self-improvement. While most of those who make resolutions are sincere, only 8% ever achieve their goal. How many times have you more

  • What's So Great About Being A Christian (Part Two)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Nov 12, 2018

    Last week I asked the question, 'what's so great about being a Christian'. I focused on the fact that a Christian is a child of God. And because I am a child of God, another thing that is so great about being a Christian is that Jesus is now my brother and my friend.

    WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT BEING A CHRISTIAN? (part two) Last week I asked the question, 'what's so great about being a Christian'. I focused on the fact that a Christian is a child of God. I mentioned we become a child of God through faith in Christ. Everyone is a creation of God but in order to more

  • Satanic Devices

    Contributed by Chuck Cochran on Oct 26, 2000
    based on 99 ratings

    Explains how Satan opperates.

    “Satan’s Devices” Mat. 12:22-50 1) His Devices are Merciless Ill. Job 2) His Devices are Motivated They are attacks on The Fruits of The Spirit. 3) His Devices bring about Madness or Miracles 3A) Madness leads to Panic 3B) Miracles leads to Praise Every Christian can more

  • Pre-Eminence Of Christ's Mission Series

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 8, 2001
    based on 13 ratings

    exposition on Matt ch 12

    THE PRE-EMINENCE OF HIS MISSION, MESSAGE AND MOTIVATION Matthew 12 v. 22 - 50 The pre-eminence of His mission V. 22 - "Then was brought unto him one possessed with a devil, blind and dumb; and he healed him." 1. His was a mission of power v. 22 "He healed him" 2. His was a mission of peril, more

  • The Family Of God Series

    Contributed by Tim Bond on Nov 18, 2002
    based on 139 ratings

    The church is called "The Family of God" because it is all about relationships, those with our Heavenly Father, and our brothers and sisters.

    Families are funny things, and I don’t mean funny in the sense of humorous. Families are a strange and wonderful and dangerous thing. The people that we love the deepest are probably part of our family. In a family unit there is the potential for the most fulfilling and closest relationships that more

  • E Pluribus Unum Series

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Jun 28, 2009

    To show the nature and diversity of Christ’s Church along with every person’s place within it.

    E PLURIBUS UNUM Matthew 12:46-50 (The fourth in a sermon series from Matthew 12 called “Words We Live By”)* Sermon Objective: To show the diversity of Christ’s Church & every person’s place within it. Supporting Scripture & documents: John 17:22-23; The Apostle’s Creed PREFACE We are more

  • It’s Time To Stop Pretending Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jan 3, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    We are more like the Pharisees than we would like to admit - hiding our true selves from others and from God and blaming external things for the consequences of our own behavior. But Jesus offers real hope if we will open up to Him in relationship.

    The act of projection involves blaming things outside of yourself for your problems. The act of denying personal responsibility means it is the fault of your spouse, your boss, the government, the weather, or even that tool you were using. The Pharisees were masters at projection, and as it turns more