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  • Identical Messages

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Feb 3, 2021

    Why did John the Baptist and Jesus preach the same message?

    1. Message of the King 1930 King George was to address the opening session of the Naval Conference in London. Radio was in its infancy, but through this media the king’s message was to be carried around the world. Just before the king was to go on the air, Walter Vivian, a young engineer of the more

  • "am I Truly Jesus Focused"

    Contributed by Brad King on Dec 28, 2020
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    It is easy to assert that it is all about Jesus. Sometimes we believe that our focus is sincerely upon the person and work of Christ. But, is it? John the Baptist was Jesus focused, but when are we? Matthew 3:1-17 provides five moments when we are Jesus focused.

    1. We are focusing on Jesus when we call people to repentance. Mt. 3:1-2; Mt. 4:17 2. We are focusing on Jesus when we clarify his identity. Mt. 3:3; Is. 40:3; Mt. 16:13 3. We are focusing on Jesus when we complete our God given tasks. Mt. 3:4-6 4. We are focusing on Jesus when we more

  • Preparing Your Heart For Jesus Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Dec 17, 2020

    What does true repentance look like? This message is based on John's ministry against a backdrop of political turmoil and religious oppression.

    Introduction We’ve spent the last few months leading up to Christmas and the birth of Christ talking about how the world was being prepared by God religiously and geopolitically for the arrival of Christ. We saw prophetic fulfillment and covenantal fulfillment through the coming of Jesus Christ, more

  • Advent Series

    Contributed by Mathew Philip on Dec 10, 2020
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    The season of advent anticipates the coming of Christ from three different perspectives. Messiah coming into history, Messiah coming into our hearts and lives; and it alerts for His second coming as the King. Advent has past, present and future in itself.

    In the Christian calendar, the new year starts on the fourth Sunday before Christmas day (December 25). It is called the advent Sunday and the season of advent is for four weeks that ends on Christmas eve. It is a season observed as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of more

  • John The Baptist Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Dec 4, 2020

    A look at various characters in the Christmas story. This week we look at John the Baptist

    John the Baptist December 5, 2020 Have you ever received a Christmas card or bought cards and the picture on the front is magnificent? Maybe it’s a picture of the Shepherds and the angels; or it’s the wise men; maybe it’s Mary, Jesus and Joseph; or a simple star piercing the darkness over the more

  • The Kingdom Of God Is Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Nov 15, 2020

    What the kingdom of God is and is not.

    Title: The Kingdom of God is Near – What is the kingdom of God? Theme: Understanding what the true Kingdom of God is. Text: Matthew 3:1 – 2, Mark 1:14 - 15 Note: Some of this message is from the note of: The Kingdom of God is Near by Sermon Central Introduction: John preached the Kingdom of more

  • Are You Going God's Way? Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Oct 6, 2020

    If we want to go God's way in life, we have to: 1. Recognize the importance of repentance (vs. 1-2, 7). 2. Examine the essentials of life (vs. 2-6). 3. Focus on a fruitful life (vs. 5-9). 4. Trust Jesus to turn our lives around (vs. 10-12).

    Are You Going God's Way? The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 3:1-12 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - January 7, 2018 (Revised October 6, 2020) MESSAGE: *One time I heard Bill Stafford preach at a conference in Jacksonville, Florida. Bill was talking about being stubborn, and he more

  • What It Means To Repent

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Sep 27, 2020

    This message is about Repentrance - what it means in Scripture and how it starts with the heart versus the mouth. True repentance is not just saying you're sorry , it's actually being sorry and willing to stop and change.

    What It Means To Repent Scripture: Matthew 3:1-2; 4:17; Mark 6:12; Acts 2:38; 3:19 Second Chronicles 7:14 says, “If My people, who are called by My name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their more

  • Take A Bath In The Holy Spirit And Be Clean.

    Contributed by Roy Fowler on Sep 26, 2020

    Be justified and cleaned by the Holy Spirit and Fire.

    Sermon Title: Take a bath. Scripture Text: Matthew 3: 10-12 10 The axe lies ready at the root of the trees, and every tree that does not produce good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire. 11 more

  • The Value Of Warnings Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Aug 9, 2020
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    Message demonstrates the proliferation of warnings in Scripture and addresses the value of such warnings. It is tempting to avoid giving warnings. However, people can benefit from them when given in the right spirit.

    We are in a study of Philippians and our text today is found in chapter 3, verses 1-7. Follow with me as we read from the New International Version. “Further, my brothers and sisters, rejoice in the Lord! It is no trouble for me to write the same things to you again, and it is a safeguard for more

  • A Special Message: Our Only Hope

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Jul 22, 2020
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    This special message is about how the church is to respond to this current worldwide pandemic, racial violence, and economic devastation. It is truly our only hope if we are going to survive.

    A Special Message Our Only Hope by Pastor Dennis Lee ** Watch at also at: Who would have ever thought that in such a short amount of time, a couple of months to be exact, that we could have experienced such devastation and loss, not only here in America, with our loss more

  • Foundational Transition From Coronavirus And Lawlessness Series

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Jun 7, 2020
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    There is a foundational truth which must be proclaimed, repentance, if we desrie to enjoy God's intervention in pestilence and lawlessnes.

    Foundational Transition from Coronavirus and Lawlessness The Necessity of Repentances There are conflicting statements being made over a prophecy spoken by pastor/evangelist David Wilkerson, of which has not been confirmed by Times Square Church, the church he founded in 1987. They cannot more

  • Pause And Take Inventory

    Contributed by Lola Olanrewaju on Apr 7, 2020
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    It is easy to get caught up in the busyness of life and forget about our first love, Jesus Christ. We need to pause, examine our life and return to Him, because the end is near, and He is coming soon.

    Inventory is an integral part of any business. People takes inventory to uncover theft, minimise loss, find flaws in sales strategies, evaluate product performance and get rid of out of date items. Most businesses take inventory of their stock at least once in a year to improve the business and more

  • Identify The Root

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Mar 11, 2020

    It is sad a dandelion can have ten feet deep roots. Cut the yellow flower of and the plant still thrives. To mature we must identify the root of the problem. Our enemy will hide his true purposes. Get smart, go to the root system.

    IDENTIFY THE ROOTS By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. **Root: the underground part of a plant, absorption, aeration, food storage. The anchor, support, the origin, source, underlying, core, to help develop, to fix, essence. OFTEN SPIRITUAL PROBLEMS EXIST BECAUSE WE CAN NOT RECOGNIZE more

  • God's Mantelpiece

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Jan 19, 2020
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    A sermon on how much God adores us - with a few references to some slightly controversial topics. Preached on the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany 2020 at St Barnabas Northolt

    .................................. I log into Facebook and there on some one’s status is a grainy black and white photo of a baby - the ultrasound that announces that their new arrival is on it’s way. And many people will keep that ultrasound up with their other photos on the mantelpiece - the more