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  • Forgiving The Unforgivable Series

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Feb 18, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus models forgiving the unforgivable as he prays for forgiveness from the cross. As we recognize that he is praying for us, and that we are no better off than those we need to forgive, we gain the power to draw on the Father's love to forgive others.

    Forgiving the Unforgivable Luke 23:32-37 * Seven Last Words from the Cross - Part 1 Today we begin a new seven-week series entitled, “Seven Last Words from the Cross.” If you read the crucifixion account in each of the four gospels, you find exactly seven statements or questions Jesus made in more

  • What's Achan You?

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Jul 16, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    We often hear, "How I live my life and the things I do is nobody's business but mine as long as I don't hurt anyone else." Nothing could be further from the truth." How you live matters more than you think.

  • Steps To Freedom In Christ

    Contributed by Ruel Camia on Feb 23, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    The Christian life is not a playground. It is a battleground. And our enemy is a crafty adversary. One of his greatest tools is to convince Christians that he is not a threat. He minimizes sin and its effect until even believers are so tangled in it that

    Steps to Freedom in Christ Text: 2 Cor 10:4-5 (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;) 5 Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every more

  • Three Fold Sin

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 10, 2011

    A sermon on Romans 1:18-32 and how this relates to our society today (Material adapted from Harold Vaughan "The Three Fold Sin of Society" from Herald of His Coming [] September 2003 issue)

    Introduction: God is a Being of Moral Perfection and His Character is the law of the universe. How unlike the gods of Greek mythology who lived on Mt. Olympus. The Greek gods were even more immoral than the people. Xenophanes, a 6th century BC Greek philosopher, complained about the immorality more

  • Vertical Fellowship Series

    Contributed by Stan Rodda on Mar 15, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    The title is self-explanatory.

    Vertical Fellowship! We are living in a lonely world John 13:34, 35 Fellowship- deep dark secrets, confession What’s wrong with fellowship in churches? We have tried to force fellowship with each other, not with God Fellowship programs We don’t need a program Let’s read 1 John 1:3-7 on more

  • He Ate, She Ate Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Oct 29, 2001
    based on 4 ratings

    This is installment 4 in my "Anchor Points" series.

    ¡§Anchor Points¡¨ ¡§She Ate, He Ate¡¨ Genesis 3 February 20, 2000 Anchor Point #4: ¡§The Entrance of sin has ruined man¡¨ By Way of Review: „h Anchor Point #1: ¡§God is here, and He has spoken.¡¨ „h Anchor Point #2: ¡§God has created all that is.¡¨ „h Anchor Point #3: ¡§God more

  • Facts For The Future

    Contributed by Donnie Martin on Jan 19, 2009
    based on 9 ratings

    Peter warned his readers that one day God will judge the world. In light of that fact, Christians are to possess a godly mindset and life. We must live with eternity in view.

    Facts For The Future Text: 2 Pet.3: 12 Theme: Peter admonished his readers to realize that... I. THE END IS NEAR 2 Pet.3: 10 “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with more

  • Lessons From The Life Of Saul

    Contributed by Maurice Brown on Jun 15, 2001
    based on 81 ratings

    We can lose our crown just as Saul did!

    Introduction A. Give us a King! - the demand of Israel in I Sam.8 1. Saul was their choice, and he became their conquering hero 2. But Saul later became the King who threw away his crown 3. The Bleating sheep on the slopes of Mt. Carmel more

  • Prayer And Forgiveness

    Contributed by Steven Boyns on Feb 4, 2006

    Today it is our assignment to examine one for the most important practices in the life of every Christian – that of prayer. Prayer is essential to knowing God and it’s essential for growing spiritually - prayer.

    A few weeks ago we began to examine one for the most important practices (one which should be paramount) in the life of every believing Christian – that of prayer. And prayer for the believer, as I’ve said before, is not an option, it’s an obligation. The very action of prayer should not be more

  • He Didn't Throw The Clay Away

    Contributed by Bo Dunford on Jan 25, 2006
    based on 96 ratings

    Thank God that He doesn’t give up on us and throw us away when we fall.

    JER.18:1-6 “HE DIDN’T THROW THE CLAY AWAY” A) God is revealed to us in the Bible in many different figures! * Supremely of course, God is the loving Heavenly Father ... He is also Creator of the worlds ....... * The Lord Of Hosts who leads the armies of Heaven, the King of Kings and Lord of more

  • The Potter's Hands

    Contributed by John Browning on Sep 9, 2007

    I’m always amazed of the plan God has for our lives. It also amazes me that when I fail or refuse to follow the plan that instead of pitching us out and starting over he reforms us in the image he sees fit.

    The Potter’s Hand By: Pastor JC Browning Jeremiah 18: 1 – 11 In this world of constant struggle it is often times of trial and temptation when we ask father where are you? Last week I spoke of the temptations we face. This week I’m going to start with a conversation between God and more

  • Christians Shouldn’t Judge Series

    Contributed by Jim Kilson on Apr 23, 2014

    Part 5 of 10 in a series dedicated to debunking commonly held myths that we think are in the Bible but really aren't, myths that can and often do have devastating effects on our faith.

    INTRODUCTION: Most people in this world know at least some of the Ten Commandments; even non-Christians can quote at least a few of them. And the favorite and most-often quoted out of all of them is “Thou Shall Not Judge.” Oh wait that’s not on the list? Strange, because to hear more

  • On The Escalator Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Aug 13, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    As our culture continues in a sinful, unrepentant state, sin escalates and becomes worse and worse.

    1. Wisdom from the Mishnah Avot 2:8 He [Hillel] used to say: The more flesh, the more worms; the more wives the more witchcraft; the more maidservants the more lewdness; the more manservants the more thievery. [However] the more Torah, the more more

  • What Ever Happened To Sin? Series

    Contributed by Frederic Whittier on May 16, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Sermon #2 Using Steve Deneff’s book "Whatever Became of Holiness" as a guide, we look at sin is, and how to truly repent.

    What Ever Happened to Sin? G.K. Chesterson once said the doctrine of original sin was the one belief that empirically validated by 3500 years of human history. But the doctrine of sin has fallen on hard times lately. Not because we have bettered ourselves, nor even because we have denied it, more

  • When Everything Seems Hopeless

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Jul 10, 2018

    What do you do when everything seems hopeless and you don't know what to do? The events in the life of Jehoshaphat provide encouragement when we face trials, trouble, and impossible situations.

    When Everything Seems Hopeless 2 Chronicles 20:1-29 Introduction: The story is told of a man named Brian Hice of Provo, Utah, who had a single day that takes the cake. First, his apartment became flooded from a broken pipe in the apartment above his. So, his manager told him to go rent a water more