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  • New Testament Anointing

    Contributed by Bharat Raaya on Oct 12, 2015

    Saul and David depicts two testaments. Saul stands for Old Testament and David for New Testament. Their anointing differed and so was their race to the final destination.

    New Testament anointing 1Samuel 10:1,16:1-13 Prophet Samuel had the privilege of anointing the first two kings of Israel. In 1 Sam.10:1, we see that Samuel took a flask of oil to anoint Saul. But in 1 Sam 16:13 he took a horn of oil to anoint David. Does the FLASK and the HORN ring a bell in more

  • Why The Old Testament Matters Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Aug 14, 2022

    Hope is enhanced when I understand the back of the Book in light of the front of the Book.

    NOTE: This is a manuscript, and not a transcript of this message. The actual presentation of the message differed from the manuscript through the leading of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, it is possible, and even likely that there is material in this manuscript that was not included in the live more

  • A New Testament Church

    Contributed by Pastor/Author: Terry Sisney on Sep 21, 2007
    based on 29 ratings

    This sermons looks at a biblical definition of a new testament church.

    “A NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH” “Is a Spirit Filled Church” A New Testament church is a church filled with Power. Pentecost marked the introduction of the new testament of the Lord Jesus Christ. The New Testament = Life lived in the power of the spirit. = Having the inner power more

  • In The Beginning Series

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jan 8, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Where do you see Jesus in the Old Testament? He’s everywhere! Take the blinders off and just look!

    This year we are reading through the Bible together, looking for Jesus Christ in the text. For a reading schedule through the Bible chronologically, please go to our web site: The Bible opens with these words: In the beginning God more

  • A Praying Church--Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Roger Thomas on Jun 6, 2004
    based on 14 ratings

    A review of the praying practices of the New Testament Church that make the first Christians a spiritual force to be reckoned with.

    A Praying Church—Part II Various Texts from Acts (Acts 1:12-14) Dr. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO Max Lucado, Church of Christ preacher in San Antonio, TX and popular Christian writer has this comment about prayer. “Prayer only makes sense when you have more

  • "the Old Testament And The New Testament Christians"

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Mar 27, 2022

    In this sermon I want you to think about two things:

    (1) What benefit is the Old Testament to the Christian today? (2) Are Christians today under the Old Testament covenant? No; Christians today are not under the Old Testament covenant. God entered into the Old Covenant with the Israelites at Mt. Horeb (Sinai) – Look at Deut. 5:1-2. We read, more

  • Is The New Testament Reliable Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Apr 2, 2004
    based on 27 ratings

    The New Testament is the best source of historical information from the time period of Jesus and it stands the test of scutiny. Therefore it is not only reliable it is the most reliable document of its kind!

    Is the New Testament a reliable source of information? The four gospels (Matthew, mark, Luke and John) give us a biography for the life of Jesus and they provide us with a wealth of information. One statement that I heard just recently is that the gospels were written as a way to communicate faith more

  • New Testament Teaching With Roots In Zechariah

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 65 ratings

    Find many fasicinating New Testament truths couched within Zechariah regarding both the first and second comings of Christ and His present ministry in heaven as our intercessor.

    So many dear and central New Testament doctrines are contained in the Old Testament. The Old Testament is the New concealed, the New Testament is the Old revealed. Unlike many topical sermons which pull verses out of context, we have here foundations of familiar New Testament verses. It is more

  • The New Testament Series

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Aug 21, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    New Testament: A brief survey of the New Testament including brief descriptions of each major grouping of books. The goal is to encourage greater use of the Bible.

    [Start the sermon after the presentation of the video, The Bible, from]. What did you think of the video? I think that the video truly unearths realities that we are often hesitant to speak about. I also think that we have to admit that there really is that sort of either more

  • The New Testament Challenge Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Jan 11, 2009
    based on 50 ratings

    The first sermon detailing how to be successful in completing the New Testament Challenge

    This Sermon and Series based upon a series by Nelson Searcy and the Journey Church The New Testament Challenge Slide This is an exciting time at Hickory Creek God has done some amazing things last year and I am looking forward to some of the amazing things He is going to do this year. One thing more

  • Can I Trust The Old Testament? Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jan 27, 2016

    There are many parts of the Old Testament that are confusing and difficult to understand. This sermon looks at how to understand the Old Testament based on what we know about Christ.

    I believe it’s fair to say that the biggest story in the news over the last six months to a year is “ISIS.” Whether it’s the growing influence of ISIS in the Middle East as they establish and maintain a greater geographical foothold, or the threat of ISIS in the western more

  • Should A Christian Keep The Law? (Pt. 2) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Aug 31, 2021

    Why do Christians seem to keep all Ten Commandments except the Sabbath? This message addresses the difference in the way New Testament deals with Old Testament moral versus ceremonial laws.

    We are answering the question: Should a Christian Keep the Law? The biblical answer is yes and no. We should keep the moral commandments that are rooted in the immutable nature of God. God is holy. God is a moral being who holds people morally accountable. God does not change. So, the moral more

  • Should A Christian Keep The Law? (Pt. 1) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Aug 31, 2021

    Many Christians are confused as to why Christians keep part of the Old Testament commandments but don't keep others. This series of two messages helps them find answers to their questions.

    Today we will tackle the question: Should a Christian Keep the Law? The answer to that question significantly affects the way we live our Christian lives. If I read the Bible with a legalistic mindset, I will live under the bondage of the law—a perpetual effort to measure up and always coming more

  • The Church Of The New Testament - Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Feb 5, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    Part 1 - Introduction to a 13-part series on the origin, functioning, authority, and problems of the church of the first century; and the question of whether--or in what ways--we are to be like the earliest Christians.

    This 13-part series of classes has been many years in the making. About 25 years ago I began in earnest to examine the features, character and characteristics of the church as it existed in its earliest years. As I sometimes do, I kept my notes all along the way, and this series of classes is to a more

  • Has God Changed?

    Contributed by Danny Mccormick on Mar 28, 2003
    based on 7 ratings

    Are there two Gods in the Bible, one from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament?

    Has God Changed? I was visiting a bible study newsgroup the other day and came across the header ‘Does God Change?’ That is a good question. Many people may come up with many different initial answers. Seemingly, contradictory scriptural references abound within the Bible. Can we find an answer to more