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  • Don't Kill My Baby

    Contributed by Travis L. Billings on Dec 11, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    When we enter into a Spirit of Praise, God will birth in us a vision and answers to what our questions are. When this happens, people will either leave us or support us. There is no in between.

    Don’t Kill My Baby Joel 2:28 "And afterward, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. Matt 1:18-21, 24 (20) Geneva Version 1599 18 now the birth of Jesus Christ was thus, when as his more

  • Mapping Fault Lines In America - Memorial Day - Independence Day Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on May 18, 2004
    based on 358 ratings

    Who is to blame?: CORRUPT POLITICIANS, COMPROMISING PREACHERS, COMPLACEMENT PEOPLE. Link included to Formatted Text and Powerpoint.

    Mapping Fault Lines in America Micah 3:1-12 I love America, and make no apology for doing so. I enjoy her freedoms, especially in being free to worship the true and living God. I would like to continue living here if at all possible. I still more

  • Good News For Sale

    Contributed by Danny Nance on Mar 21, 2008
    based on 9 ratings

    A warning against false words and lives.

    GOOD NEWS FOR SALE! Micah 3:5-12 At shopping malls throughtout the country there are shops can literally put you on the cover of your favorite magazine. Through photography and computer technology, they can superimpose your face on the figure of your dreams. That’s right, you can be on Time, more

  • Leadership Without A Voice Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Sep 24, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    This is the last of the ’Without" sermon series, dealing with the church remaining true to the gospel and not conforming to the world. As Christians we must ensure that the Voice of the church is clear, consistent, and conforming today.

    Leadership without a Voice Micah 3:1-6, 12 Intro Today we finish up our sermon series on the topic of “Without.” We have taken a look at multiple areas of the church that the world has done its best to influence. Today I want us to now take a look at the stand point of leadership, and more more

  • Deny Ungodliness And Pursue Godliness! Series

    Contributed by Shaila Touchton on Jul 22, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    Unrepentant, non believers and rebellious person continues to live in sin reject correction and they do not want their evil deeds to come to light because their works are evil and they live in comfortable sinful lifestyle.

    Unrepentant, non-believers and the rebellious person continues to live in sin reject correction and they do not want their evil deeds to come to light because their works are evil and they live in a comfortable sinful lifestyle. They are always looking for ways to mock and attack believers and more

  • A Remnant Saved

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Dec 5, 2014
    based on 9 ratings

    A remnant saved - out of the midst of a scheming people and their leaders.

    1. DREAMING UP SCHEMES. Micah 2:1-11. The specific sins which will bring judgment upon Jerusalem are now outlined. It resonates even today with those who are familiar with the ways of commercial cities. There is the coveting of fields, and their seizure, separating a man from God's more

  • Micah - God's Lawyer Series

    Contributed by Paul Basehore on Nov 11, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    When you sin, don’t wallow in self-pity and make these absurd promises to God that you know you can’t keep. Just be honest with God -- admit that you've sinned -- and go back to following Him. That’s all he wants.

  • Christ Of Salvation Series

    Contributed by John Bright on Mar 22, 2021

    Working through the Gospel of Luke using consecutive expository preaching. Luke 1:67-75 This sermon fell on the Fourth Sunday of Advent