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  • Obedient Observer Observes Orthodoxy Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Dec 27, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    The Holy Family goes to the Temple for the presentation of Jesus and finds two saints who preach two powerful messages concerning the Baby and the family.

    LUKE 2:21-40 OBEDIENT OBSERVER OBSERVES ORTHODOXY I. HIS OBEDIENCE: A. Obligatory. B. Offering. C. Optimism. II. HIS OBSERVATIONS: A. Obsequious B. Occupant. C. Orations. III. HIS ONUSES: A. Obfuscating. B. Ominous. C. Optimistic. I come now to my more

  • Observing The Ordinances

    Contributed by Billy Kryger on Feb 20, 2003
    based on 39 ratings

    This message deals with both Communion and Baptism.

    INTRODUCTION We believe, as a New Testament Church, that there are two ordinances that God gave to the Church to observe. Both of them are mentioned in the text today as being practiced by the first Church at Jerusalem. They are baptism (41) and the Lord’s Supper (42, 46). Likewise we are more

  • Observations On Obedience

    Contributed by Donnie Martin on May 27, 2004
    based on 38 ratings

    God?s requirement of obedience is not something He does to us, but something He does for us. Though today?s world may see living without rules as a dream, it would only result in destruction.

    Observations On Obedience Text: Deut.6: 24 Intro: Obedience is not a topic dealt with too often these days. We hear a lot about options, but not much about obedience. The former term implies no set standard to follow, while the latter implies the existence of some absolutes. The more

  • Resurrection Observations

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Apr 8, 2004
    based on 20 ratings

    This is not the typical Easter sermon. It is specific to our church and where we are. It looks at some different implications of the events surrounding the resurrection.

    This is a slightly different Easter message than you may be used to. It’s not typical. There are some observations that are appropriate for where we are as a church and where we’re headed. Read Luke 24:1-12. Many of us have read or heard this passage a million times. We heard a number of more

  • Observing The Scripture Series

    Contributed by Neal Gray on Jan 12, 2002
    based on 48 ratings

    We can hear God through His Word. But, like learning the basics of how to read; we must learn the basics of how to hear what God is saying. The first major step is to osbserve what God says through the Scripture.

    "Hearing God Through Bible Study" This Lesson: Reading the Bible, and Observing What the Scripture Says Author: Dr. Neal Gray Purpose: We can hear God through His Word. But, like learning the basics of how to read; we must learn the basics of how to hear what God is saying. The first major more

  • Observe The Sabbath Series

    Contributed by Errol Joseph on Jul 16, 2001
    based on 146 ratings

    An Exposition of the Fourth Commandment With Emphasis on its Current Application

    BODY I. The Fourth Commandment is based on God’s grace A. (Psalm 84:11; Prov. 3:34; Acts 14:26; Rom. 5:15; I Cor. 3:10; Gal. 2:21; Eph. 3:7) B. It was for the benefit of people (Mark 2:27) II. The Sabbath Principle was Built into Creation A. (Gen. 2:1-3; Exod. 20:11) III. The more

  • Observations Gleaned

    Contributed by James Groce on Aug 20, 2002
    based on 41 ratings

    Revelation 22:6, "And he said to me, ’These words are faithful and true’; and the Lord, the God of the spirits of the prophets, sent His angel to show to His bond-servants the things which must shortly (táchos) take place."

    Observations Gleaned From Reading Partial Preterism After reading over some of the comments and teachings of the individuals that profess belief in a “partial preterism” theory I sense they have created a dilemma in their teachings. I see no other way around the fact that even though they more

  • Observing Nature Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Aug 30, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    In Jesus’ encounter with the Greek seekers, we see the Nature of the Savior, The Nature of Suffering and the Nature of the Servant.

    20Now there were certain Greeks among those who came up to worship at the feast. * These are believed to be Jews living in Greece, visiting Jerusalem for the Passover Feast. * Philip is a Greek name. He probably spoke fluent Greek. 21 Then they came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida of more

  • Observations On Impatience

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Dec 2, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Everywhere I look today I see it. Driving in to church this Wednesday I had a truck tailgate me all the way. I was doing the speed limit, even when I sped up the truck resumed the tailgating. I finally slowed down and the driver gave me a hand gesture. I

    Observations on Impatience/Anxious Fear Daniel 2:1-7 Philippians 4:4-7 We have all seen it at some point. We are in the grocery store and our ears are drawn to the shrill screams of a child having a full blown tantrum in the cookie isle. Arms are flailing, feet kicking and head more

  • General Observations Series

    Contributed by Johnny A. Palmer Jr. on Dec 16, 2011

    We have looked at the Savior now the salvation.

    I. The Source of salvation. It is all of God! We have seen this in the first section of our study on the Savior. Every aspect of salvation is a work of God and all man can do is to believe and receive. This is what makes salvation an absolute certainty. Salvation is not something man must Do more

  • Observations For Change

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Nov 4, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Change is hard, no one really likes to change. We have to decide if we want change and will take steps to accomplish the task.

    Observations for Change John 5:1-5:9 Introduction- This sermon was gleaned from ideas from SermonCentral and the Bible This morning I want you to turn to John 5:1-5:8. As you are turning there, I want to tell you of a book I read about 10 years ago. It was called “Who moved my more

  • Why We Observe Christmas

    Contributed by Roger Griffith on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 31 ratings

    Do not judge or criticize others for an honest, worshipful, loving, and giving attitude about the Christmas holidays.

    WHY WE OBSERVE CHRISTMAS TEXT: Romans 14:5-6 INTRODUCTION: Some Christians are touchy, sensitive, and full of objections about Christmas. To you I say (in the words of Scripture): If you regard the day, regard it unto the Lord. If you do not regard the day, then BE SURE YOU ARE CHRISTIAN more

  • Part 1- God Is Observing Series

    Contributed by David Seeley on Sep 10, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    What is God doing right now? Not this year, or this week, but at this very moment. How does He occupy His time?

    A Day in the Life of God What is God doing today? Part 1—God is observing I. The Eyes of the Lord A. God is looking for ways to display His strength today in the lives of those who are righteous. 2Ch 16:9 For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to shew more

  • Observations From A Walk On The Water Series

    Contributed by Russell Rhodes on Sep 1, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    The are several observations that we can see about this miracle

    Observations from a Walk on the Water Matthew 14:22-33 (Mark 6:45-52, John 6:15-21) Miracles # 20 I. If Jesus needed to take time to pray, then we need to take time to pray. II. If Jesus is not with us then we are going to be tossed around in the storms of life. III. We need to have more

  • Why We Observe Christmas

    Contributed by Bo Dunford on Dec 19, 2002
    based on 13 ratings

    What Christmas is all about!

    ROM.14:5-6 "WHY WE OBSERVE CHRISTMAS" * Some Christians are touchy, sensitive, and full of objections about Christmas. A) To you I say (in the Words of Scripture), if you regard the day, regard it unto the Lord! * If you do not regard the day, then be sure you are Christian about it! * Do not more