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  • Casting The Net

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Apr 30, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    Using one of Jesus’ parables, the sermon is designed to encourage Christians to witness.

    INTRODUCTION A. John Powell tells of watching his Theology of Faith class come in. 1. Tommy had long hair and he wrote him off as very strange. 2. Tommy was an atheist (objected to a God who loved unconditionally). 3. After turning in final exam, “Do you think I’ll find God?” “No.” 4. “Oh, I more

  • Parable Of The Net Series

    Contributed by Gary Regazzoli on Jun 5, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    Part of the series on the Parables of Jesus - Parable of the Net

    Parable of the Net – 7 When I was a kid growing up in North Queensland we had this holiday house on the beach at a place called Cardwell • We would spend most weekends up there playing on the beach, swimming, fishing, beach nut tree fights • The area had islands, rivers and mangrove swamps so it more

  • Without A Net Series

    Contributed by Steve Lucas on Jul 30, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    Faith is best understood in the context of attempting great things for God.

    I am really excited to be starting a brand new series. It is called, "Stepping Out in Faith." What you read just a moment ago were some quotes from our founding fathers. And what we see in their lives is that they were men of faith. They were believers, by and large. Not everyone, and not everyone more

  • Mending The Nets

    Contributed by Johnny Knight on Aug 11, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    Though they had worked and day and were tired, Peter & John were mending their nets, for another day of fishing yet to come.

    MENDING THE NETS Text: Luke 5:1-11 Place: The Sea of Galilee Setting: On the shore near fishermen who were washing and (Matthew 4:21 mending) their nets. There is a crowd of people surrounding Jesus trying to hear what He was saying. He sees Peter & Andrew’s two boats newly brought more

  • Cloth Tearer Or Net Mender?

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 14, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    We all know that division causes problems - but where does it really come from? Paul gives us insights and warnings that any one of us could be the cause of division in our church. Find out the qualities of a good and bad leader.

    For an audio copy of this message, go to: 10 I appeal to you, brothers, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another so that there may be no divisions among you and that you may be perfectly united in mind and thought. First off, I like more

  • Dealing With Full Nets

    Contributed by Mike Kern on Jan 27, 2002
    based on 62 ratings

    Are we ready for the catch God would send our way?

    DEALING WITH FULL NETS by Mike Kern Matt 4:18-22; Luke 5:4-11; John 21:1-14 Intro We went out recently to catch crawdads. I took along my fishing net to make it easier. However, the first few crawdads I caught seemed to disappear before I got them back to shore and I couldn’t understand more

  • Advent And Casting The Nets

    Contributed by John Gullick on Dec 20, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    A sermon that reminds us of the importance of Christmas and the responsibility of the Christian to be "fishers of men"

    Cast your nets on the other side. Today is the fourth and last Sunday of Advent. Next time that we meet it will be Christmas. One of the things that we realize about Christmas is that it is something that totally changes the world. We celebrate the birth of Jesus because his birth literally more

  • Leaving Your Nets

    Contributed by Bobby Cagle on Dec 12, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    This message is an exciting message that is designed to "Fire-Up" the Saints, and motivate them to forsake all for the cause of Christ.

    Leaving Your Nets (Math 4:18-23)(1Kings 19:19-21) Christ, being led by the Spirit into the wilderness, fasted for forty days; where he is then tempted by the devil; overcomes him by the word of God, and is ministered to by angels. He dwells at Capernaum, and fulfills a prophecy of Isaiah, by more

  • Net Breaking Experience

    Contributed by Camillus De Almeida on Feb 23, 2004
    based on 14 ratings

    The Lord wants you to have a "Net Breaking" Experience rather than a "Neck Breaking" Experience!

    FIVE KEYS TO A NET BREAKING EXPERIENCE Are you having a “neck breaking” experience? “We have toiled all night but caught nothing” Lk. 5: 5; Jn. 21: 3 Do you want a “net breaking” experience”? “When they had done so, they caught such a large number of fish that their nets began to break.” more

  • The Stories Of The Kingdom: The Parable Of The Net Series

    Contributed by Daniel Richter on Oct 10, 2006

    A story of the way the Kingdom works.

    The Stories of the Kingdom: The Parable of the Net Sunday, August 6th, 2006 Beartown Road Alliance Church Intro: How many of you like to fish? Now, I would assume, that every one of you that raised your hand has one thing in common besides liking to fish, you all have a good fishing story. more

  • Picture This! The Net Effect Series

    Contributed by John Braland on Apr 3, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Over and over and over Jesus says: The kingdom of heaven is like… Then he goes on to explain it. Before we wrap up this series we need to take a look at one more parable and it’s found in Matthew 13:47-53. This parable amplifies what has already been s

    Over the past four weeks we have been looking at word pictures that Jesus painted for us. Do you see the pictures? The kingdom of heaven is like a farmer who went out in his field to scatter his seed. Some fell on the path, some fell among the rocks, some grew up with the weeds, and some were more

  • Parable Of The Drag-Net Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Jan 25, 2007
    based on 94 ratings

    We live in the days of ’invitation’, but there is coming a day of ’separation’ as God examines all those pulled up in the net. Link included to entire series with formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint Templates.

    Parable of the Drag-Net Matthew 13:47-50 Of all of Jesus’ parables He has now given to His disciples, I’m sure this is the one they could relate to the best because it uses an illustration from the fishing world, and most of these guys had more

  • Cast Your Net Into Deeper Water

    Contributed by Monte Robinson on Jul 20, 2003
    based on 140 ratings

    Challenge your congregation to see God work in their lives by persevering, because when God does work in our lives, it empowers us to walk away from this life and follow the Son.

    Let’s read Luke 5: 1-11 Pray Ill. Jake and the rain. I. Background A. This is the description of the first disciples being chosen by Jesus by the Lake of Gennesaret—Christians commonly refer to this lake as the Sea of Galilee. B. Some believe that this may have been a first encounter of Jesus more

  • Cast Your Net On The Other Side

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Oct 23, 2005
    based on 329 ratings

    1. It is important to listen to Jesus and obey him. 2. We meet God when we come to the end of our resources. 3. You have to put your net in where the fish are.

    The setting of today’s scripture takes place on the Sea of Tiberias (the Roman name for the Sea of Galilee). The disciples are in a depressed mood because of the horrific events leading to, and culminating in, the death of Jesus. They have gone to Galilee and returned to what they knew best: more

  • Revival -- If? Let Down The Nets

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Aug 4, 2007
    based on 12 ratings

    Let Down the Nets There are things that must be done before revival can come. Here is one of the most important! Relationships, both with God and people.

    Revival -- If? Let Down the Nets If all the sleeping folk will wake up, If all the lukewarm folk will fire up, If all the dishonest folk will confess up, If all the disgruntled folk will cheer up, If all the depressed folk will cheer up, If all the estranged folk will more