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  • Spiritually Oblivious Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Aug 19, 2008
    based on 6 ratings
     | 4,476 views

    A spiritual experience is not faith, having God speak to you is not faith, Knowing about God is not faith, doing what God says is not faith - faith is based upon relationship - Balaam is a Spiritual Counterfeit.

    You may have read in the paper that counterfeit bills have been turning up here and there around town. What you may have not heard about, is the amateur counterfeiter that was operating here in town. It turns out that this armature counterfeiter accidentally printed a large amount of 21 dollar ...read more

  • Delegate And All For God's Glory Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jul 16, 2018
     | 459 views

    Moses took on too much responsibilty and was oblivious to the problem!

    Last week we noted how Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, grew in his faith by listening to what God had done and what God is doing through the Hebrews. Jethro was so excited about God that he joined the Hebrews in the dessert to be closer with God! Jethro loved God. We read in Exodus 18:11-12 how ...read more

  • Behold The Father's Love

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Nov 15, 2004
    based on 11 ratings
     | 1,178 views

    Behold the Father’s Love 1) For the obvious sinner 2) For the oblivious sinner

    Do your parents have favourites? Do they love your older or younger sibling more than you? It feels that way some times doesn’t it? Especially when your parents let your older sibling do more things than you, or let the younger ones get away with things they never let you get away with. How about ...read more

  • The Intentional Life Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 7, 2005
    based on 8 ratings
     | 1,874 views

    God demands that the Christian live his or her life with intentionality, not by the default setting of obliviousness.

    The Intentional Life (Philippians 4:8-9) 1. The two greatest leaders of the Reformation were Luther and Calvin. 2. Luther was a fun loving guy; he loved to dance, sing popular songs, and enjoy fun for the sake of fun. He took a song they sung in the bars, wrote Christians words to it, and ...read more

  • Prophecy Of Apostasy Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Jul 7, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 2,856 views

    APOSTASY RESULTS FROM THE POWERFUL DEMONIC DECEPTION PROMOTED BY FALSE TEACHERS WHO ARE: - OBLIVIOUS TO MORAL DISTINCTIONS AND - LEGALISTIC IN COMMANDING FALSE ASCETIC PRACTICES

    BIG IDEA: APOSTASY RESULTS FROM THE POWERFUL DEMONIC DECEPTION PROMOTED BY FALSE TEACHERS WHO ARE: - OBLIVIOUS TO MORAL DISTINCTIONS AND - LEGALISTIC IN COMMANDING FALSE ASCETIC PRACTICES I. APOSTASY IS ALL AROUND US AND INCREASING A. Inevitability of Apostasy -- Don’t be Surprised by ...read more

  • Purpose Is Determined By Perspective Series

    Contributed by Robert Higgins on May 14, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,707 views

    Living with an Eternal Perspective changes how we live. When we are oblivious to the end of our lives and to the shortness of our days, we live as if there is no tomorrow.

    PDL: Your Purpose is Determined by Your Perspective 1. Introduction: a. Review i. Last week we looked at “why you need a purpose in life.” We examined some of the principles for having a purpose. ii. .Things like 1. “we cannot understand or attain our purpose in life ...read more

  • So Near And Yet So Far

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Sep 14, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,254 views

    We will never be as close to Christ as we could be or think we are if we are oblivious to today’s issues or build monuments to past achievements.

    We can be close to something, and yet miss it. We can be almost on target, almost where we want to .be, and yet, if we’re not exactly where we ought to be, we miss it. So near and yet so far. A couple of years ago, when my wife and I were touring England, we were in Victoria Station, one of the ...read more

  • Sign, Sign, Everywhere A Sign

    Contributed by Troy Horne on Sep 22, 2006
    based on 3 ratings
     | 969 views

    The irony that those who should have recognized the signs of Christ’s arrival were completely oblivious while "foreigners" recognized them.

    Mt. 2:1-12 ”Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign” I want to begin by asking a question. How many wise men were there? Anybody venture a guess? We typically say three, don’t we? The truth is we don’t know exactly how many there were. But we tend to say three because there were three gifts that ...read more

  • Beyond The Sunday Face

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on May 15, 2002
    based on 85 ratings
     | 1,729 views

    There is such falseness in American churches today. Most relationships are merely a façade. In this “throw-away society” the Church lacks transparency, “realness”. As a result we have become oblivious to the needs of others.

    Beyond the Sunday Face · Some will not like this sermon today. · Some will you be mad at me for preaching this. · The Holy Spirit is going to challenge everyone of us. · There is such falseness in American churches today. · Most relationships are merely a façade. · In this “throw-away ...read more

  • The Complacency Of The Manger

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Dec 16, 2005
    based on 112 ratings
     | 6,259 views

    We can get complacent when driving the same route every day and become oblivious to the dangers - and Christians can become so used to the manger we get complacent with the meaning of it.

    I heard the story once of a great Cherokee wood carver. He took logs and sat them on a stump outside his back door and sat in front of that log sometimes for hours just staring at it. Finally, he would pick up his carving tools and start carving the most beautiful of things out of the wood. ...read more

  • Evil Men In The Hands Of A Good God Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Oct 3, 2017
     | 2,228 views

    In the midst of evil, God is watching. He is not oblivious. God's decree directs history. He will judge evil and sin. His light still shines through His faithful prophets.

    1 Kings 15-16 Evil Men in the Hands of a Good God ES 1 Oct 17 1828 We are going to touch on 1 Kings 15 today. Now that we have two kingdoms – ISRAEL and JUDAH, the author swings from one to another, telling us about the reigns of the Kings in both Kingdoms. • Following the account of King ...read more

  • Death Valley Days

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Mar 10, 2001
    based on 67 ratings
     | 1,807 views

    Ties together Israel’s disobedience during the Exodus, people’s failure to recognize Jesus when he came, and our own obliviousness to the warning signs around us. Lesson: Hardships aren’t for punishnment, it’s to point us to God.

    Have any of you ever watched a movie or a TV show about a wagon train? You know, a column of Conestoga wagons, what they called prairie schooners, with the rounded canvas tent-tops? When I was young Westerns were the commonest sort of show, and everyone knew the conventions: The square-jawed ...read more

  • Follow The Way

    Contributed by David Lewis on Dec 20, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 958 views

    Evangelistic sermon on a Nativity Sunday

    We have seen this morning that Jesus is the way, and that we should seek to follow the way. Whenever you go on a journey, the first thing to decide is where you are going! The disciples asked Jesus, “We do not know where you are going, and how can we know the way?” Jesus was talking about ...read more

  • Daylight, The Saving Time Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Sep 17, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 3,350 views

    Those of us who are in Christ have great privileges, like a heads-up knowledge of end time events; nonetheless, with great privilege comes great responsibility.

    Daylight, The Saving Time I Thessalonians 5:5-11 1. Some people have it all wrong. 2. A man flew into Chicago & hired a taxi to take him downtown. As he was riding along they came to a red light & the driver went right on through the red light. The man said, "Hey, the light was red. ...read more

  • Saved From What?

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Mar 9, 2009
    based on 14 ratings
     | 1,461 views

    Paul gives us a couple of shocking truths that greatly impact our lives. He tells us from what we are saved and what to do when we are suffering. Absolutely shocking but totally life-changing!

    -We talk in the Christian church, especially the protestant church, about salvation -However, I don’t think that we really know what we are talking about sometimes -Salvation means that we were in danger -What was the cause of our danger? -Or maybe better yet, from what did Jesus save us? ...read more