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  • Funeral Message Unbeliever - Mean And Nasty

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Jun 17, 2009
    based on 14 ratings

    "You can’t say anything nice about Helen - everyone will know you are lying", was the first thing the family said as we sat down to discuss the funeral.

    (Note to reader: This was one of the most unusual graveside ceremonies I have ever attempted. There was a very large group at this graveside funeral, and most who were there were there not because they loved the deceased, but because she had ruined them. Bitter people. It turns out, just saying it more

  • The Lord Is With You

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jul 12, 2015
    based on 12 ratings

    In this passage, it almost seems like Peter is heavily focused on persecution of the Christians he's writing to... and then he just switches gears and talks about something totally unrelated. It seems that way, but it's not.

    OPENING: When I asked you to turn to I Peter 3:13 this morning, did you realize that about 800 years ago… you couldn’t have done that? Do you know WHY you couldn’t have turned to I Peter 3 back then? Because there were no chapter divisions. That didn’t happen until 1227, more

  • The Most Dangerous Thing In The World

    Contributed by David Elvery on Nov 27, 2005
    based on 72 ratings

    Looking at the tongue and the damage it can do - Children’s Service

    The Most Dangerous Thing in the World – James 3:3-12 Gladstone Baptist Church Children’s Service – 21/11/04 Boys and Girls, today I think that I have done something either really brave or something really silly. In this box, is one of the most dangerous things in the whole world <holding a more

  • Leftovers Series

    Contributed by William Nowak on Apr 14, 2002
    based on 77 ratings

    Peter gives us a new recipe for living--now he tells us what to do with the "leftovers" of our old life.

    I Peter 2:1-3 “Leftovers” Intro—As we’ve looked at the first chapter of First Peter over the last several weeks, you might say that Peter has been giving us a recipe for spiritual growth...In Chapter 1, verses 3-12, he’s told us to remember what God has given to each of us that has accepted more

  • Survivor 9: How To Stay Fed Series

    Contributed by Geoff Baggett on Nov 11, 2002
    based on 46 ratings

    This is the ninth message in my SURVIVOR series, focusing upon staying spiritually healthy by utilizing a balanced spiritual diet (11-10-02).

    Preparation Prepare a fill-in-the-blank sheet for worship which contains the message outline. Also, on the back of the sheet, include a section which says “A Believer’s Menu.” List the following items: Malice, Deceit, Hypocrisy, Envy, Slander, God’s Word, Prayer, Fellowship, Worship, Bible more

  • A Time To Stand And A Time To Negotiate Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 2, 2005
    based on 12 ratings

    Fools respond to all situations in the same way; solid Christians adjust.

    A Time to Stand and A Time to Negotiate (Philippians 4:1-3) 1. Sometimes compromise is a virtue: A New York family bought a ranch out West where they intended to raise cattle. Friends visited and asked if the ranch had a name. "Well," said the would-be cattleman, "I wanted to name it more

  • Pressed To Be Blessed

    Contributed by Derrick Watson on Apr 3, 2002
    based on 44 ratings

    Sometimes God allows us to go through some things to bring us to our point of blessing.

    “Pressed To Be Blessed” Philippians 1:21; 2:5; 3:13-14 1. My bro and my sis, this book was written to the church in Philippi by the apostle Paul while imprisoned in Rome. His purpose for writing this epistle was to encourage the church at Philippi to continue to spiritually grow in Christian more

  • You Are Never A Failure Until You Quit.

    Contributed by Melvin Shelton on Aug 16, 2003
    based on 25 ratings

    Well, the Bible says the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace and then the next quality is long-suffering. The word long-suffering means patience.

    YOU ARE NEVER A FAILURE UNTIL YOU QUIT. Galatians 5:22, James 1:3 08/17/03 I want to start by asking you a question? Are you a patient person. Some of you are saying Oh no, this is going to be one of them sermons. Well, let me ask you again, are you a patient person? Maybe I ought to ask your more

  • Giving Just For Jesus

    Contributed by Brian Garner on Mar 11, 2003
    based on 60 ratings

    We must be willing to joyfully give our all to the Lord.

    Jesus asks an awful lot of His followers. He asked His disciples to give up their businesses and their homes to follow Him around the countryside for three years. He asked a rich young ruler to sell everything, give the money to the poor, and follow Him. He asks us to take up our cross and more

  • I Want To See The Manager Of The Manger! Series

    Contributed by Bob Aubuchon on Dec 17, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Making Sense of Christmas

    Buyers beware! Oh, shoppers beware of the increasingly complicated and restrictive return policies that have been set into place for the great after Christmas exchange! It is true. You can about read about it on “” (link) There is a “blacklist” of “serial returners” that more

  • "Living In The Middle"

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 7, 2002
    based on 43 ratings

    When we face hardship we need to realize we’re in the middle of a story authored by God

    "Living in the Middle" I try to take some time from my professional reading to relax with a good novel. I love to read and to talk about books. When I was a hospital chaplain I found it interesting to see what patients were reading on the wards. I figured if they had a James Mitchener novel, more

  • Can You Fall Down So Far You Can't Get Up? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 3, 2014
    based on 74 ratings

    Can you fall down so far you can't get up? Judas did. Are there people in the church today who are like Judas? Is it possible we could be like him? And if so, how would we avoid becoming like him in our lives?

    OPEN: A tourist was visiting a famous landmark on the ocean and he’d walked out on a pier to see the ocean better. But as he looked over the edge of the pier he was disturbed by how deep the water seemed to be. As he was thinking about how deep the water must be at this point, he noticed an more

  • The Rejection Crew: Ahithophel And Judas

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 39 ratings

    What makes a trusted person turn against his or her friend? Divorces that come out of nowhere, friendships dissolved, church splits...Today, we’re going to look at parallels between Ahithophel and Judas; we’ll note some similiarites & differences, and th

    Intro 1. Civil war is a nasty thing, often polarizing people: Robert E. Lee asked by Lincoln to head up Union troops....against slavery, but loyal to South... 2. Israel experienced several "Civil Wars" that divided the nation... 3. But when David’s son, Absalom, rebelled against him, that more

  • My Death

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Jul 19, 2001
    based on 257 ratings

    What has to happen to our old life when Jesus becomes our Savior?

    Sunday Morning July 22, 2001 Bel Aire Baptist Church, Hobbs, NM MY DEATH GALATIANS 2:20 Introduction: 1. I imagine you look at this sermon title and think, “he has definitely lost it”. 2. I want to tell you this morning that I have died before and that my death was a good thing. 3. The more

  • I Am Most Thankful For... Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Nov 13, 2002
    based on 79 ratings

    This is the 2nd sermon in the series "Church On The Rocks" and is also a Thanksgiving sermon. This sermon looks at what I am most thankful for.

    Sunday Morning November 24, 2002 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: “Church On The Rocks” [#2](Thanksgiving) I AM MOST THANKFUL FOR… 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 Introduction: 1. On this Sunday before Thanksgiving I want to ask you this question, “What are you the most thankful for?” 2. I more