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  • Den Of Iniquity Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jun 19, 2016
    based on 8 ratings

    Iniquity is sin at its worst. It is the a state where a person is so depraved that evil is normal. How do people get into that way of living and thinking? And how can they escape it?

    Open: Our sermon series over the next few weeks is called “Christianeze” – Christian words that the world around us may not understand. And today’s sermon is on Biblical word: “INIQUITY”. As I was preparing this sermon, one of the questions that came to mind ...read more

  • A Christians Responsibilities In Politics

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on Mar 23, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    What is the Christians responsibility in politics?

    Introduction: "Nothing that is morally wrong can be politically right." William E. Gladstone William E. Gladstone British Liberal Prime Minister, Statesman (1809-1888) I. Christians must be engaged - When the righteous increase, - We must be part of the process A) Lies Christians ...read more

  • Guidelines For Christianity: God's Gift Of Sex Series

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Mar 26, 2015

    Most people in our culture today don’t often associate the word "God" with the word "sex". We’re going to try to answer these questions. What does the seventh commandment actually address? Why is adultery wrong? What leads people to adultery?

    Today we’re gonna talk about sex. Now that I have your attention. . . God does not have a Commandment about worshipping Him in a temple or sanctuary. He planned to live in the body of His people. He wants to be glorified in your body and carry out His ministry through you. Here’s a ...read more

  • Part 3 - Family Birthmark Series

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on May 21, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The good choices members of God’s family make

    A dendrochronologist can look at a tree stump and tell us the life story of that tree. They can look at the rings and chart the tough years and the good growth years. Raising a family is not all that different from tending trees – it’s a lot of work, you don’t do it overnight, there are ...read more

  • The Christian And Government #1 - Understanding The Role Of Government Series

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on May 22, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    First in a 3-part series on how Christians should view and participate in governmental issues.

    The Christian and Government #1 - Understanding the Role of Government Romans 13:1-7 May 23, 2004 Introduction It was not my intention to talk about this whole issue of government at this point of the year. I was going to talk about it in October, a week or two before the elections in ...read more

  • What Does It Mean That Jesus Was A ‘ransom’ For Us? Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Dec 22, 2014

    A look at the correct understanding of "ransom" (it's not an extortion) and four key ideas that help us understand it.

    PAYING "RANSOM"? Does this mean that God gave into extortion? - 1 Timothy 2:6. - A ransom is a price paid for someone’s freedom. - It’s an easy idea to get off-track on if you don’t watch it. - How so? Sometimes a ransom is basically extortion. Someone kidnaps ...read more

  • Your Bodies Are Members Of Christ Series

    Contributed by David Baeder on Jun 9, 2009

    This is the ninth of a series of sermons based on scriptures where a rhetorical question beginning with the phrase "Do you not know. . ." is asked. This sermon deals with the rhetorical question asked in 1 Corinthians 6:12-18. "Do you not know that your

    Series: Do You Not Know? Sermon: Your Bodies Are Members of Christ Text: 1 Corinthians 6:12-18. Introduction: I hope that it does not seem that I am obsessed with sin or immorality. I hope that it does not seem that I am, like Santa Claus, “making a list and checking it twice, going to ...read more

  • Servitude Or Gratitude

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Apr 30, 2004
    based on 35 ratings

    Are Christians obligated to keep the law? What is the Christian’s relationship to the laws of God?

    SERVITUDE OR GRATITUDE THE CHRISTIAN’S RELATIONSHIP TO THE LAW ROMANS 7:1-6 Are the Ten Commandments binding on us today? Are Christians obligated to keep the law? Why make a big deal about modes of baptism or place an emphasis on tithing? Isn’t that simply legalism? Aren’t we under grace and ...read more

  • God's Good Gift Of Sex (The Seventh Commandment) Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jan 4, 2001
    based on 117 ratings

    Our sexuality is a good gift from God, to be treasured, protected and enjoyed in the covenant of marriage between a man and a woman.

    Most people in our culture today don’t often associate the word "God" with the word "sex". In fact, for most people, the only thing they think they know about God and sex is that God is against it. Often Christians are thought to be hung up about sex, accused of viewing the human body as dirty and ...read more

  • Sizing Up Sin

    Contributed by Scott Delashaw on Jan 18, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    I.What does the Word say about sin? II. What does the World say about sin? III. What do You say about sin?

    Sizing up Sin ( 1st John 1:1-6) * The most unpopular pulpit subject ..along w/Hell & Tithing. * Sin has become a “watch word” in today’s church…. Watch out using it or your church won’t grow!! * Appears over 800 ...read more

  • Obey God Rather Than Man

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 2, 2016

    We are latter day apostles. We get to follow the first apostles and speak the gospel to people who are gathered in places where anyone can come.

    Have you ever noticed that people aren’t always receptive to the Good News of the Gospel? We’re living in a world where it is increasingly forbidden to share the Good News with a desire to win converts. The situation is getting to the point where the only place where the Gospel can be ...read more

  • A Massage From The Book Of Hebrews

    Contributed by Joseph Wallis on Jan 23, 2002
    based on 91 ratings

    A sermon on the "Let us" phrases mentioned in the Book of Hebrews

    A MESSAGE FROM THE BOOK OF HEBREWS TEXT - Heb.4: 1, 11 - 16 INTRO. - The writer of the Book of Hebrews is in question. Some say it is Paul, others say Barnabas or Apollos. Any could be true or all could be wrong. The answer is of little matter since the book has been included in the canon ...read more

  • When Honesty Takes A Holiday

    Contributed by Charles Clary on Jan 7, 2002
    based on 98 ratings

    Someone has said, "Honesty is the best policy." This sermon will show that honesty is the only policy.

    Recently, a story broke in the media concerning George O’Leary, who had just been appointed as the new football coach at the University of Notre Dame. Some untrue statements were found in his resume that forced him to resign his new position. What a tragedy! The old-fashioned virtues of honesty ...read more

  • He Will Abundantly Pardon

    Contributed by Ricky Tuttle Thd on Mar 8, 2003
    based on 23 ratings

    What is true forgiveness?

    He Will Abundantly Pardon Isaiah 55: 1-9 7-7-2002 Bills Lake Baptist Chrch Newaygo Mi. Isn’t God good? - When you think you have it all figured out, God shows up and just touches you with a wonderful reminder of who God is. Isaiah 55:1 “Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the ...read more

  • Be Careful

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jul 14, 2006
    based on 29 ratings

    This sermon uses Herod as an example of how even in today’s world people give in to the pressure of the world instead of being careful to live as Christ commands.

    Mark 6: 14 – 29 – Be Careful Intro: My grandmother was fond of saying, “Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” --- I used to think she was quite a philosopher until in college I read William Shakespeare and discovered she wasn’t a philosopher. She was just quoting ...read more