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  • Persecution - Then & Now

    Contributed by Donna Kazenske on Sep 7, 2002
    based on 94 ratings
     | 6,819 views

    It’s been estimated that more Christians have been martyred in the 20th Century than in all the prior 1,900 years combined. More than 200 million Christians in over 60 nations face persecution each day, 60% of these are children.

    By: Donna J. Kazenske I recently had the wonderful privilege of teaching a workshop on persecution at a Christian Training Conference in IIlinois. To my surprise, about 40 people attended the workshop. I was so blessed to be able to share this vital message with the body of Christ. ...read more

  • A Tale Of Seven Churches: Intro Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Feb 13, 2003
    based on 33 ratings
     | 4,335 views

    This is the first of eight sermons dealing with the Seven Churches of the Revelation

    One letter, seven churches. Most of us are familiar with the Revelation of John, the last book in the New Testament, or at least we think we are. We’ve breezed through it pausing on the sensational bits, dragons, beasts with seven heads and ten horns and locust the size of Volkswagens. But for ...read more

  • Little Things In The Christmas Story

    Contributed by Ronnie Thrower on Nov 21, 2001
    based on 283 ratings
     | 7,381 views

    Christmas is so big - that we lose sight of the small things used to accomplish Christ birth. So Christians ought to make themselves insignificant for Christmas. Why?

    Little Things In The Christmas Story Text. Luke 2:10-14 Introduction: 1. Christmas is the - a. Largest single event of the year. (Incomparable) b. Largest expense of the year. Gifts, Travel, Telephone, Trees) c. Largest expectation of the year. Relatives, ...read more

  • Joy For The Journey Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Feb 1, 2001
    based on 496 ratings
     | 30,227 views

    Four factors we need in order to have genuine joy in the spiritual journey.

    In 1492 Christopher Columbus set out for the Orient and ended up in the Caribbean. Some people have said that Columbus set a pattern that’s continued for the last 500 years…that men still won’t stop and ask for directions. For many of us guys, being someplace we’ve never been before is a ...read more

  • The Transformation Of The Twelve, Part Two Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on May 17, 2002
    based on 69 ratings
     | 2,554 views

    The Apostles were very human men, just like us. And just as Jesus took these diamonds in the rough and polished them into gems, so God wants us to reach our spiritual potential by spending time with Jesus.

    The Transformation of the Twelve, Part Two (Matt. 10:2-3) Main Idea: The Apostles were very human men, just like us. And just as Jesus took these diamonds in the rough and polished them into gems, so God wants us to reach our spiritual potential by spending time with Jesus. I. John, ...read more

  • The Preciousness Of Death

    Contributed by Sonny Thomas, Sr. on May 1, 2002
    based on 328 ratings
     | 52,918 views

    Although difficult for us to cope with, the death of a saint is precious to God.

    "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints." This seems like an odd verse. Why would death be precious to God? Wasn’t it the entrance of sin into the world that brought forth the curse of death? Certainly God abhors sin, and I would be willing to say that ...read more

  • What To Do On Sunday

    Contributed by Jerry Falwell on May 15, 2002
    based on 135 ratings
     | 3,504 views

    The Apostle John becomes our example of what to do on Sunday.

    WHAT TO DO ON SUNDAY By Jerry Falwell I. INTRODUCTION The Book of Revelation was written on Sunday. The writer John said, “I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day, and I heard behind me a great voice, as a trumpet” (1:10). The Apostle John becomes our example of what to do on Sunday. We ...read more

  • Introduction To The Book Of Revelation Series

    Contributed by Tim Byrd on Oct 18, 2002
    based on 235 ratings
     | 17,956 views

    Introduction into a study of the book of Revelation

    Week 1 Revelation “Introduction” I go into this study with much anxiety. As I said last week I do not intend to debate this study. I will try to give as much information and background as I can as we go through this wonderful book. The theme of the Book of Revelation is not the seven ...read more

  • The Work Of The Holy Spirit And Church Revitalization Series

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Jul 12, 2002
    based on 244 ratings
     | 13,499 views

    Church Growth is the Supernatual Work of the Holy Spirit

    The Holy Spirit and Church Revitalization Dr. Ray W. Ellis The work of the Holy Spirit is vital to the revitalization of a local church. The entire process of revitalization is based on seeking spiritual health prayer and the energizing work of the Holy Spirit. Without the presence of the Holy ...read more

  • The Truth About Jesus

    Contributed by Jeff Hughes on Mar 14, 2003
    based on 38 ratings
     | 2,186 views

    An Intro to 1st John

    The Truth About Jesus Christ 1st John 1:1-4 Jeff Hughes I. Introduction a. It is widely held by most scholars that the Apostle John wrote the book of 1st John while pastoring the church at Ephesus, somewhere around 85 to 90 AD, before he wrote Revelation and Second and third John, but after ...read more

  • Worthy Is The Lamb!

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jun 28, 2002
    based on 187 ratings
     | 12,695 views

    I think that for a majority of Christians the Book of Revelation is one of the most neglected books in all the Bible. It has a message for Christians today, & yet many never even open it.

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH, BROWNSVILLE, TX I am going to read the 5th chapter of Revelation in its entirety. It is short, & yet it is such a majestic chapter that there is no place conveniently to stop. (READ Rev. 5.) A. I think that for the great majority of ...read more

  • The Devil Made Me Do It! Series

    Contributed by David Lansdown on Jul 14, 2002
    based on 47 ratings
     | 3,355 views

    Looking at the account of Ananias and Sapphira in four sections: 1. The Sin of Ananias and Sapphira, 2. The Courage of the Apostle Peter, 3. The Judgment of God, and 4. The Reaction of the people.

    THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT! Acts 5:1-11 INTRODUCTION That great preacher of old, Spurgeon said – and I quote, ‘Mark Antony once yoked two lions together and drove them through the streets of Rome, but no human skill can ever yoke together the Lion of the Tribe of Judah and the Lion of the Pit.’ ...read more

  • The Touch Of Courage Series

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Sep 16, 2002
    based on 91 ratings
     | 5,908 views

    Second sermon in series about those who experienced the touch of Jesus and what it means to us.

    Peter, James and John were frightened by the Transfiguration. Something was happening that they didn’t fully understand. In order to calm them, Jesus touched them. (v. 7) This story teaches us at least three reasons we all need the Master’s touch of courage. For one thing, these men would ...read more

  • Judgmentseat Of Christ

    Contributed by Pieter Botes on Mar 1, 2003
    based on 12 ratings
     | 1,833 views

    As a young medical Doctor I had to testify in a murder trail, as I have done the autopsy on the victim. It was my very first time in a courtroom, and that the High Court of all places

    Acts:26:19-20 Intro: As a young medical Doctor I had to testify in a murder trail, as I have done the autopsy on the victim. It was my very first time in a courtroom, and that the High Court of all places, and I knew that the honourable Judge H W O Klopper, who used to be president of the World ...read more

  • Becoming A Servant Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 26, 2003
    based on 384 ratings
     | 75,795 views

    In contrast to our self-seeking ways, Jesus is the personification of servanthood. Just as He came to serve and not to be served, we’re expected to do the same. Becoming a servant means that we swim against the cultural current and follow the model of t

    Becoming a Servant Q. What do you call a chicken crossing the road? A. Poultry in motion. Q. What do you call a boomerang that doesn’t work? A. A stick. Q. What do you call four bullfighters in quicksand? A. Quatro sinko. Q. Where ...read more