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  • "Having A Heart Condition"

    Contributed by Quintin Morrow on Jul 8, 2002
    based on 65 ratings
     | 4,970 views

    A message on the utter inadequecy of a righteousness that only goes skin-deep.

    “Having a Heart Condition” Matt. 5:20-26 July 7, 2002 The Rev’d Quintin Morrow St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Fort Worth, Texas www.st-andrew.com In 1506 Leonardo Da Vinci painted perhaps the most valuable, famous, and easily-recognizable portrait in the world on a piece of pine wood: The Mona ...read more

  • Where You'll Find Grace

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Aug 25, 2002
    based on 596 ratings
     | 155,702 views

    Rediscover just how amazing God’s grace is in our lives as David demonstrates it for us.

    Where You’ll Find Grace 2 Samuel 9 INTRO: 1. Mephibosheth would never forget that day. Word quickly spread through the countryside, “King Saul and Prince Jonathan are dead and David is now King.” At the house of Jonathan this not only brought grief but panic as well. In that day it was customary ...read more

  • The Detriment Of A Grudge

    Contributed by Jeffery Richards on Aug 27, 2001
    based on 78 ratings
     | 6,179 views

    What did Jesus mean when He said if we call someone a fool we would be in danger of the judgment? This sermon explores that question and many others.

    The Detriment of a Grudge Matt 5:21-48 Man, what a passage. This is a series of "you have heard", "but I tell you" statements that strike at the heart of Christianity. Remember in the last few weeks we have talked about how that Jesus knew the need to teach that the inner condition of the Heart ...read more

  • Jesus On Anger Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Feb 20, 2002
    based on 111 ratings
     | 14,752 views

    What does Jesus have to say about anger?

    INTRODUCTION  After spending 3-1/2 hours enduring the long lines, surly clerks and insane regulations at the Department of Motor Vehicles, I stopped at a toy store to pick up a gift for my son. I brought my selection - a baseball bat - to the cash register. "Cash or charge?" the clerk ...read more

  • Un Retrato De Fe Persistente

    Contributed by Adrián Olivas on Apr 23, 2002
    based on 38 ratings
     | 3,588 views

    Una madre cananea nos muestra la importancia de la compasión, fe, humildad y persistencia

    Un retrato de fe persistente Mateo 15:21-28 Una madre cananea nos muestra la importancia de la compasión, fe, humildad y persistencia 1. Era un prospecto inconcebible (ver. 22) A. Por su nacionalidad B. Por su problema 2. Enfrentaba obstáculos inesperados (ver. 23, 24) A. El silencio de ...read more

  • Survivor: Dealing With Conflict On Your Team Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Feb 4, 2001
    based on 329 ratings
     | 8,608 views

    Part One of Three Part Survivor Series on dealing with conflict. Several Illustrations and points came from a sermon or sermons on Conflict by Blaine Fairchild on Sermon Central.

    Dealing With Conflict If you watched Survivor this last Sunday night you know that there was some conflict on the team that lost the first contest. As a result Debb was kicked off the team. In her view she was one of the best prepared people involved. She had prepared extensively and knew (at ...read more

  • Playing The Fool Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 48 ratings
     | 6,016 views

    Words do hurt when they come from our unresolved anger. That anger is about our own issues, it requires accountability when it hurts others, it separates us from God when it is deliberate. Reconciliation is a priority.

    Words have power. The things we say to one another have power. Kids may deal with smart-mouths in the schoolyard by chanting, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.” But that’s rubbish! Don’t you believe it. Names do hurt. Words hurt. The things we say to each ...read more

  • Anger Series

    Contributed by Troy Mason on Apr 20, 2001
    based on 35 ratings
     | 5,282 views

    This is what Jesus teaches about anger and how to deal with it.

    Anger Matthew 5:21-26, 38-48 INTRODUCTION: Does being angry condemn you to hell as these verses indicate? I. Jesus’ interpretation of the Sixth Commandment A. Pharisees and Scribes had taught that only outright murder was forbidden by the commandment. B. Sinful anger builds through 3 stages 1. ...read more

  • The Danger Of Anger Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Sep 10, 2001
    based on 21 ratings
     | 6,204 views

    Danger in itself is not wrong. But there are temnptations we face to deal with our anger unhelpfully.

    I want to talk today about the danger of anger; or more accurately about the temptation to let our anger consume us. Now let’s face it, every one of us will experience anger from time to time, some more than others. Some of us are probably more prone to anger due to our emotional makeup, but all of ...read more

  • What Are Some Of The Reasons We Should Be Reconciled To One Another?

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 51 ratings
     | 11,281 views

    Failure to be reconciled with our brothers and sisters is an indication of something wrong with our relationship with God. JOhn wrote, "If anyone says He loves God but doesn’t love his brother who he can see cannot say He loves God who he does not see." (

    What Are Some of the Reasons We Should be Reconciled to One Another? ILlustration: So many people are angry with each other in America. More than 50% marriages end because of "Irreconcilable differences." Is that phrase and concept Biblical? Jesus said, "Be reconciled." Few of us understand ...read more

  • Murder In The Sanctuary

    Contributed by Duke Jeffries on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 25 ratings
     | 3,297 views

    A. INTRODUCTION 1.

    A. INTRODUCTION 1. Today we will consider the first of "Six Antitheses" to pharisaical understandings of certain deuteronomical laws presented by Jesus during what is called the Sermon on the Mount. The subject is the Sixth Commandment. 2. Each of the six sections in Matthew 5:21-48 is set apart ...read more

  • But I Say Unto You . . .

    Contributed by James Wilson on Nov 21, 2000
    based on 26 ratings
     | 3,675 views

    Jesus fulfilled the law.

    Restored! John 9:1-7 There are a few things I am good at, but many things I'm bad at. Still other things I'm absolutely terrible at. Among them, I am a terrible patient. Other than a couple of childhood illnesses, I hadn't been sick a day in my life until a doctor diagnosed me with thyroid ...read more

  • Is There A Murderer In Your Mind? Series

    Contributed by Michael Stover on Apr 28, 2001
    based on 50 ratings
     | 2,170 views

    Our anger can create destructive tendencies. Jesus wants us to handle it properly.

    I. A False Interpretation (21-22a) A. Observing the Law Outwardly 1. Jewish leaders had reduced 6th commandment to only an act 2. Only judgment feared was from courts of earth B. Neglecting the Law Inwardly 1. Jesus said 6th commandment deals w/matters of the heart 2. “To be unjustly angry and ...read more

  • Why Jesus Warned People Against Being Flavorless

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 29 ratings
     | 2,726 views

    Jesus cautioned people against being "good for nothing" because He wanted them to make an impact on their communities. Jesus said, "You are the salt of the earth, but if the salt loses its saltiness; how can it be made salty again?

    Why Jesus Warned People Against Being Flavorless Illustration;Did you hear about the clever salesman who closed hundreds of sales with this line: "Let me show you something several of your neighbors said you couldn’t afford." Source Unknown. Let us present Christ as one who offers something no ...read more

  • A Pastoral Response To The Bombing In Bali Series

    Contributed by Cameron Horsburgh on Oct 19, 2002
    based on 18 ratings
     | 2,059 views

    The terrorist attack in Bali came a week before I was to preach on the subject of murder, and a National Day of Mourning was declared for that Sunday. God does work in mysterious ways...

    Over the last few weeks God has been showing me how his timing is always perfect. I became more convinced of this when I realised what sermon I had planned to preach today. In view of the events of the last week today’s passage seems to be the most appropriate in the Bible. The bombing in Bali ...read more