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  • Taking A Moral Inventory - Making The Most Of Transition Series

    Contributed by Greg Buchner on Apr 26, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    God can only help us when we are perfectly honest with who we are, what we’ve done, and our need for Him.

    “Taking A Moral Inventory” Making the Most of Transition Psalm 139:1-6, 23-24 (quotes taken from the NKJV unless noted) Wakelee Church ~ April 24, 2005 Theme: God can only help us when we are perfectly honest with him. Introduction – Insomnia, Incomplete Repentance, and more

  • 12 Steps To Recovery Part 4 Series

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Feb 17, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Step four focuses on our taking an moral inventory of ourselves.

    Twelve Steps To Recovery Part 4 Scripture: Nehemiah 9:34-38; 2 Corinthians 7:8-11; Revelations 20:11-15 Introduction To date in this series we have discussed the first three steps in the twelve step process. We began by admitting that we were powerless over our dependencies and that more

  • Taking Inventory

    Contributed by Ron Hietsch on Jun 3, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    In step 4 we make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

    Text: Lamentations 3:40 Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord At a very young age I was first exposed to the drudgery of taking an annual inventory. First at the more

  • Step Four - Time To Get Real Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Jan 8, 2020

    Step Four is the stethoscope for what really ails us. The next steps are the cure. So are you ready to do your inventory?

    The reality is all people have a problem with really getting honest. Honest with others and honest with ourselves. It’s probably the reason God has so much to say about in His Big Book the bible. Here are just a few quotes about taking an inventory from the Bible… (See sheet) In addition to more

  • Taking Inventory Series

    Contributed by Andy Stanley on Mar 16, 2012
    based on 8 ratings

    Recovery begins when a group of people, especially the church, those of us who say forgiveness is just waiting on the other side of personal transparency, lead the way.

    Find additional Free Resources for This Sermon Series: Well, if you weren’t here last week we’re in Part Two of a series. And if you’re new to our church, we basically take messages or ideas and talk about them until we run out of more

  • Christian 12 Steps

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on May 8, 2014

    Recently I had a witnessing opportunity with an alcoholic who wanted nothing to do with Jesus but was devoted to the "god as we understand him" promoted in the 12 step program. This is a closer look at those steps and how they compare to Scripture.

    Recount the interaction between the alcoholic and me at the dinner we were catering with Barb in Collins Center. He was drunk He did not want to hear about Jesus He kept referring to "god as I understand him" 12 Steps of AA (written in the past tense for some reason) 1) "We admitted we more

  • "Snap The Chains"

    Contributed by Allan Kircher on May 31, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    The Shadow Christian, as we will call him, was a cranky guy. He did not smile easily, and when he did, the smile often had a cruel edge to it, coming at someone’s expense.

    Refining Christian Maturity Pastor Allan Kircher “Snap the chains” “They cried to the Lord in their troubles, and he rescued them! He led them from the darkness and shadow of death and snapped their chains” (Psalm 107:13-14, TLB). Are you crying out to the Lord this more

  • Forgive Us Our Trespasses, As We Forgive Those Who Trespass Against Us Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on May 12, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    There is great power in being freed from our sin through confession and forgiveness, and in forgiving those who have sinned against us.

    Matthew 6:9-15, 18:21-35 “Forgive Us Our Sins as We Forgive Those Who Have Sinned Against Us” INTRODUCTION We have heard the old saying, “Confession is good for the soul,” but for the most part, we try to ignore its message as it applies to our daily lives. We do not want to go in to more

  • Why Mom Made You Say I'm Sorry - Making The Most Of Transition Series Series

    Contributed by Greg Buchner on May 9, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    A Mother’s day sermon that says when we take the honest look at ourselves, are willing to forgive, and are willing to attempt reconciliation…then we are being the people God has called us to be and doing those things mom taught us.

    “Why Mom Made You Say I’m Sorry” Making the Most of Transition Matthew 5:21-24 & Ephesians 4:25-32 (quotes taken from the NKJV unless noted) Wakelee Church ~ Mother’s Day ~ May 8, 2005 Theme: When we take the honest look at ourselves, are willing to forgive, and are willing to attempt more

  • An Accurate Measurement

    Contributed by Jason Duncan on Oct 30, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    People often measure righteousness and morality by comparing themselves to others. This sermon discusses a more accurate way to measure righteousness.

    *Scripture references from Luke are from "The Message". Scripture reference from James is from the NIV. We are going to take a silent moral inventory this morning. We are going to take a look at several pictures of famous figures and – as you see each picture – I want you to think about this more

  • Twelve Steps To A New Life Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Aug 31, 2019

    The truth is that everyone needs hope because everyone struggles. Everyone is in recovery from the mistakes, troubles, problems, and mess-ups of their own lives. Romans 3:23 For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.

    TWELVE STEPS TO A NEW LIFE Introduction On July 1st of this year Los Angeles Angels player Tyler Skaggs was found dead in his hotel room. In his system were the opioids fentanyl and oxycodone along with alcohol. Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid similar to morphine but 50 to 100 times more more

  • Introduction And Overview Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Mar 13, 2014

    Becoming a Person of Prayer Introduction and Overview

    Becoming a Person of Prayer Introduction and Overview Matthew 6:9-15; Luke 11:1-4 November 7, 2010 As I talk to most people about their spiritual lives, prayer is a major frustration. Because of this and the fact that we have lots of new people who have come to the Lord or have come back more

  • The Connection Between Faith And Depression

    Contributed by Robert Glass on Apr 5, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    A examination of the relationship between Faith in God and Mental Depression.

    Faith and Depression Robert A. Glass Scientists tell us that there are umpteen gazillion snowflakes that fall on the earth. And, each one of those snow flakes are different, yet all are made of snow. These are ALSO umpteen gazillion reasons for depression, and each reason can be radically more

  • What Counts Is Your Life. Is It Green And Blossoming?

    Contributed by Colin Thornby on Dec 5, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Real change and growth means working with God to allow God to change your life, which requires acknowledging brokenness and sin.

    John the Baptist tells it like it is. God’s kingdom is here and now, and you need to change your life. You’ll remember that we’re looking at Matthew’s Gospel through the lens of the question ‘how do we deal with change?’. This reading is all about change. more

  • Tax Collector And The Pharisee: Very Concise

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Oct 9, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 30th Sunday, Cycle C

    Narada, the Indian sage, was a devotee of God, and thought that no one loved God more than he. His self-righteousness began to lead him towards pride and arrogance. The Lord read his heart and said, “Narada, go to this town on the banks of the Ganges for a devotee of mine dwells there. Living more