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  • The Intimate Savior

    Contributed by John Knight on Apr 14, 2003
    based on 94 ratings

    Christ comes as the intimate savior willing to ’get His hands dirty’ for the sake of saving a lost, hurting, and dying world.

    The Intimate Savior Mark 1:40-45 Introduction: illustration of uncleanness (Trying to get Shelley dirty after working) I. Leper What it means to be a leper diseased -any number of skin diseases -affects skin, but goes deeper; exposing raw flesh feared-fear of more

  • Having The Children Of Your Dreams

    Contributed by Don Hawks on Jun 19, 2002
    based on 22 ratings

    A father’s Day Sermon -- How to be a blessing to your children in order that they may be a blessing to you. Based on Smalley and Trent’s book--The Gift of the Blessing

    Having The Children Of Your Dreams A Fathers’ Day Lesson Pastor Don Hawks (Based on a sermon by Joel Smith on Sermon to Have the Children of Your Dreams) June 16, 2002 Bethany Church THE STORY IS TOLD OF A FATHER OF 5 WHO CAME HOME WITH A TOY, HE SUMMONED HIS CHILDREN more

  • Do You Truly Love Me?

    Contributed by Colin Coombs on Oct 12, 2005
    based on 31 ratings

    The Lord helped Peter to full restoration, and gave a fresh challenge.

    DO YOU TRULY LOVE ME? John 21:15 – 19 NIV. When they had finished eating, Jesus said to Simon Peter, "Simon son of John, do you truly love me more than these?" "Yes, Lord," he said, "you know that I love you." Jesus said, "Feed my lambs." 16 Again Jesus said, "Simon son of John, do you more

  • What's Gratitude Got To Do With It?

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Aug 6, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    This is on gratitude. We followed up with communion. The asterisks in the text were related to click through PowerPoint slides.

    There were many things you didn’t want to be in Jesus’ time two of them were a leper or a Samaritan. Brief synopsis of leprosy (not meant to gross you out): loss of feeling/nerve endings that cause sores. Samaritans were considered half-breeds. A funny thing happened when a Samaritan more

  • 6 Epiphany, Year B

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Feb 10, 2003
    based on 35 ratings

    The healing ministry of Jesus reaches out and spreads to all kinds of people--including outcasts like lepers.

    Sermon for 6 Epiphany Yr B, 16/02/2003 Based on Mk 1:40-45 Grace Lutheran Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta By Pastor Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson “Honey, the post office called,” Jim’s wife told him when he arrived home from work. “They want you to go down and talk to them.” “Okay,” Jim answered. more

  • It's Alright To Cry!

    Contributed by Eric Sellgren on Nov 17, 2003
    based on 46 ratings

    Jesus calls us to a Ministry of Compassion. (To replace the Sermon which vanished from this site a few weeks ago!)

    Some years ago a friend of mine went forward at a Meeting for the laying on of hands for Baptism in the Spirit. That evening God touched her very powerfully but not in a way that she had expected. What happened was HER NOSE STOPPED RUNNING! Let me explain: For years she had been plagued with a more

  • The Good Samaritan Series

    Contributed by Eric Carey-Holt on Feb 19, 2003
    based on 198 ratings

    The first person to which we are introduced is the poor traveller. He had taken the road from Jerusalem to Jericho, which was notoriously dangerous. It descended nearly 3,300 feet in 17 miles, running through narrow passes at points.

    SERMON—THE GOOD SAMARITAN—Luke 10: 25-37 The Good Samaritan. Familiar story. One researcher found in a survey that 49% of the people interviewed said they would be able to tell the story of the Good Samaritan if asked to do so, 45% said they would not be able to, and 6% were unsure whether they more

  • Tips From The Great Commission

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 79 ratings

    The Art and Science of Disciplemaking. How to overcome the tendency to just be a spectator Christian.

    The Art and Science of Disciple-Making Most Christians are content to be spectators instead of becoming obedient disciple-makers. True blessings, power and fulfillment is found in being a multiplying disciple-maker. Let us see how we can think, do and become what the Lord’s will for our life more

  • If You Will

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Feb 6, 2006
    based on 51 ratings

    A sermon for the 6th Sunday after the Epiphany Making a leper clean

    6th Sunday after Epiphany Mark 1:40-45 Sermon "If You Will"  40 ¶ And a leper came to him beseeching him, and kneeling said to him, “If you will, you can make me clean.”  41 Moved with pity, he stretched out his hand and touched him, and said to him, “I will; be clean.”  42 And more

  • The Way Down

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jul 3, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    In one of the saddest chapters of the Bible, Israel first neglects, then abandons their relationship with Yahweh. Through it all, though He remains faithful to them and stands ready to help when they cry out, just like with us.

    I was 16 years old. It was my first "real" job after working as a newspaper delivery person for many years. I worked for a dry cleaner establishment that (I found out later) was about to go under. My job was to deliver cleaned drapes to customers. I was given the keys to an old van and told to take more

  • He Still Can & He Still Will!

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Jul 28, 2005
    based on 26 ratings

    We rely on ourselves for everything - to the exclusion of God. It shocks us when we come to the reality that God not only is still "able" to help us .... but that He still "wants" to help us!

    Now, first let me tell you that I used to be a very faithful viewer to the original Mickey Mouse Club. I used to watch it every day. I knew all of them by name and I really enjoyed that program. Of course, I was only about 8 years old at the time, too. Have you ever heard the expression, more

  • Getting Ready For The Harvest

    Contributed by Lynn Floyd on Aug 9, 2002
    based on 76 ratings

    I talk about the reality of a great harvest of lost people coming to Christ--but it will take some effort on our part.

    Getting Ready for the Harvest August 10, 2002 As we approach our two-year anniversary I couldn’t help but praise God for what he has been doing here at NCC. I looked back through our records and was reminded about how lives have been touched here. Did you know since September 2000 to now we more

  • Love Me Nots Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Feb 21, 2011
    based on 65 ratings

    When we were children, many of used to pick a flower and then pluck its petals saying "She loves me, she loves me not." Some of the petals were "love me" petals, and the rest were "love me nots". What "love me nots" do we find in I Corinthians 13?

    A high School senior was asking his father's advice on how to woo the girl of his dreams. And his dad said "Well son, when you take her out for pizza tonight and you're sitting across the table from her, take her hand in yours gaze longingly into her eyes and softly say 'Wow, you have a face more

  • Joseph The Favoured Son Series

    Contributed by Robert Robb on Feb 16, 2001
    based on 53 ratings

    Favouritism bred jealousy and hatred in a family

    Limavady Reformed Presbyterian Church Studies in The Life of Joseph Study 2 Introduction We began a series of studies last week on the life of Joseph by looking together at his family background. And what a family background it proved to be. We hear a lot today about dysfunctional more

  • Blind To The Truth

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 11, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    Spiritual blindness

    Blind people have done some amazing things. During one of the recent Olympic games there were blind skiers. They trained going down hill along with a sighted skier who called to them when to turn right or left. There are blind men who have conquered steep mountain heights. Fanny Crosby wrote more